Just Uke tab by Radiohead (Baritone Chords)

12 Chords used in the song: Am, Ab, Eb, F, Bb, G, F#, C, D, E, C#, A

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Verse:
Am Am
can't get the stink off,
Ab Ab Eb Eb F F
he's been hanging round for days.
Am Am
comes like a comet,
Ab Ab Eb Eb Bb Bb
suckered you but not your friends.
Am Am
one day he'll get to you,
Ab Ab G G F# F# F F
teach you how to be a holy cow.

Chorus:
C C F# F# F F
you do it to yourself you do

and that's what really hurts is
C C F# F# F F
you do it to yourself just you,

you and no-one else

C C Eb Eb D D F F
you do it to yourself. x2

Verse:

Am Am
don't get my sympathy
Ab Ab Eb Eb F F
hanging out the 15th floor.
Am Am
you've changed the lock 3 times,
Ab Ab Eb Eb Bb Bb
he still comes reeling through the door.
Am Am
and soon he'll get to you,
Ab Ab G G Ab Ab F F
teach you how to get to purest hell.


Chorus:
C C F# F# F F
you do it to yourself you do

and that's what really hurts is
C C F# F# F F
you do it to yourself just you,

you and no-one else

C C Eb Eb D D F F
you do it to yourself. x2

Solo:
|E E D D|C# C# |E E D D|C# C# |Am Am |Ab Ab |Eb Eb Bb Bb|Am Am |Ab Ab |G G F# F#|F F |
C C F# F#|F F |C# C# F F|F F


Chorus:
C C F# F# F F
you do it to yourself you do

and that's what really hurts is
C C F# F# F F
you do it to yourself just you,

Coda Chords:

C C Bb Bb A A Eb Eb

 

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About this song

"Just" is a single by the English rock band Radiohead, released in 1995. It is the seventh track on their 1995 album The Bends. Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke wrote the song about a narcissistic friend of his, which on closer inspection is showcased by the imagery in the lyrics - a parallel to earlier My Iron Lung EP track "Lewis ". He also says that it was somewhat of a competition between him and Jonny Greenwood to see who could fit the most chords into a song.