Who Am I Uke tab by Will Young

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Am AmG G
Sometimes you know you push me so hard
F F
I don't know how I feel
Am Am G G F F
You almost make me doubt I feel at all
Am Am G G
It's not as though I always listen
F F
But there's just so much I don't hear
Am Am G G F F
Maybe I'll never be what you want
Am Am G G
I know that all you're asking for
F F
Is a little place in my heart
Am Am GF
But I don't find it easy to give

Am Am G G
Maybe I get a little selfish sometimes
F F
Why shouldn't I?
Am AmG G
I used to say I love you
Em EmF F, G G,
But would it make a difference this time?



Chorus
F F G G CEm
And who am I to tell you, that I would never let you down
F F G G C C Em Em
That no-one else could love you half as much as I do now
F F G G C C Em EmF F
And who am I to tell you I'll always catch you when you fall
FF(stop)Am Am, G G, F F
Well I, I wouldn't be myself at all
Am Am, G G, F F
I wouldn't be myself at all, at all.

Am AmG G F F
I always find a reason why I didn't put you first
Am Am GF
It's not that complicated I know
Am Am G G F F(stop)
I really hate it when you shake your head like this ain't gonna work
Am Am G G Em EmF F, G G,
Maybe you'll never reap what you sow


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Am Am G G
I didn't want to do what everybody does
F F F F G G
And hide the truth to find we never knew a thing about love
Am AmG G
Cos this is real life, real love
Em Em
And knowing what it comes down too
F F G G
It just might be enough

 

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About this song

"Who Am I" is a popular song co-written by songwriter and ex-Brother Beyond musician Eg White, and singer Lucie Silvas. It was recorded by Will Young and featured on his third album, Keep On. The track was released as a single on 24 April 2006. The lyrics are about her Silvas' boyfriend's feelings. She wanted to write a song from a male point of view as she was used to writing songs from a female perspective, and wanted the song to be recorded by a male vocalist.