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We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together by Taylor Swift
(Standard Tuning, no capo)

Instead of playing Cadd9, you can also use a Csus2 chord.
Just play whichever you think sounds better :)

Here's the tab for the picking part (thank you to yuji812 for telling me!) if you want to play it.
Otherwise, you can just use the chords below and strum it.

Q E. S S S S S S S S S E. S E. S S S S S S S S S
E||--3--------------------------|--3---------------------------||
B||--3----------------3---3-----|--3-----------------0---0-----||
G||--0--------0-----0-------0---|--2---------0-----0-------0---||
D||--2------------0-----------0-|--0-------------2-----------0-||
A||--3----x---------------------|------x-x---------------------||
E||-------x-----3---------------|------x-x-----0---------------||

Cadd9 G D Em7

Cadd9 G
I remember when we broke up the first time
D Em7 saying this is it I've had enough cause like
Cadd9 G we haven't seen each other in a month
D Em7 when you said you needed space what?

Cadd9 G
Then you come around again and say
D Em7 baby I miss you and I swear I'm gonna change
Cadd9 G
Trust me remember how that lasted for a day
D Em7
I say I hate you we break up you call me I love you

Cadd9 G D Em7
Ooh we called it off again last night
Cadd9 G D Em7 butooh this time I'm telling you I'm telling you

Cadd9 G D Em7 D/F#
We are never ever ever getting back together
Cadd9 G D Em7 D/F#
We are never ever ever getting back together
Cadd9 G D Em7 D/F#
You go talk to your friends talk to my friends talk to me
Cadd9 G D D but we are never ever ever ever getting back together
Cadd9 G D Em7 like ever



Cadd9 G
I'm really gonna miss you picking fights
D Em7 and me falling for it screaming that I'm right
Cadd9 G
And you hide away and find your peace of mind
D Em7 with some indie record that's much…...

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