Adam Sandler – Somebody Kill Me chords

This song is played in 4/4 with standard tuning, easy.

The verses are played with the power chords D, A and G.
These chords are played as eight notes with all down strokes.
The progression looks like this:

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Then the chorus uses the full chords D, A, and G D A Ge--2--|--0--|--3--|B--3--|--2--|--0--|G--2--|--2--|--0--|D--0--|--2--|--0--|A--0--|--0--|--2--|E--0--|--0--|--3--|
with the strumming pattern:
D A G|Down Down Up|Down Down Up|Down Down Up Up Down Up
Make your transition between chords on your up stroke and if you can't do the strumming patter for the G a straight "down up down up etc..." sound just fine. The song starts with the power chords played quietly and the chorus is played loud and sloppy. The intro is just the power chords that are played over the verse, you'll play this for eight measures (D, and A each take up one measure and G takes two). **Note that the chorus is the same structure (and have the same root notes)just with full chords** So play each measure in this order: |1-2-3-4|
|D A G G|So the song goes:
Into: D A G G D A G G Then the vocals come in. Verse One:
D A GYou don't know how much I need you.
D A GWhile you're near me I don't feel blue.
D A GAnd when we kiss I know you need me too.
D A GI can't believe I found a love that's so pure and true.
Chorus One:
D A GBut it all was b***s***.
D A GIt was a goddamn joke.
D A GAnd when I think of you Linda
D A GI hope you fucking choke.
Verse Two:
D A GI hope you're glad with what you've done to me.
D A GI lay in bed all day long feeling melancholy.
D A GYou left me here all alone, tears running constantly.
Chorus Two:
D A GOh somebody kill me please,
D A Gsomebody kill me please,
D A GI'm on my knees,
D A Gpretty pretty please kill me.
D A GI want to die.
D A GPut a bullet in my head.
If you want you can play your A chord like this:
*This is just what guitar pro told me, I noticed there are different variations. Use whichever chord sounds better to you or any other variation of any of the tabbed chords, you'll be the one playing it so make it your own. Another little note, the verses are sung staccato with the end of each line sung legato but again whatever floats your boat.
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