Your Love Uke tab by The Outfield

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Intro/First Verse: E E, C#m C#m, B B

E E C#m C#m
Josie's on a vacation far away
B B
Come around and talk it over
E E C#m C#m
So many things that I want to say
B B
You know I like my girls a little bit older

A A C#m C#m B B
I just wanna use your love tonight
C#m C#m A A B B
I don't wanna lose your love tonight

(Second Verse same as first)
E E C#m C#m
I ain't got many friends left to talk to
B B
Nowhere to run when I'm in trouble
E E C#m C#m
You know I'd do anything for you
B B
Stay the night but keep it undercover

Chorus:
A A C#m C#m B B
I just wanna use your love tonight, whoa
C#m C#m A A B B
I don't wanna lose your love tonight

Bridge:
G G A A
Try to stop my hands from shakin'
G G A A
'Cause somethin' in my mind's not makin' sense
G G A A
It's been awhile since we were all alone
G G A A
I can't hide the way I'm feelin'

(3rd verse, repeat original progression)
As you're leaving, please, would you close the door?
And don't forget what I told you
Just 'cause you're right, that don't mean I'm wrong
Another shoulder to cry upon

Chorus repeats until end:
A A C#m C#m B B
I just wanna use your love tonight, yeah
C#m C#m A A B B
I don't wanna lose your love tonight

 

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About this song

"Your Love" is a song by The Outfield, a British pop rock/power pop power trio based in London. The group released their debut album, 'Play Deep', in 1985 through Columbia Records. The album reached #9 on the 'Billboard 200' list and then reached triple platinum in America. "Your Love" was their first single from the album. It reached #6 on the 'Billboard Hot 100' chart as well as #7 on the 'Mainstream Rock' chart, and it became their signature song.