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Love Song by Sara Bareilles – Ukulele Chords

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Love Song Ukulele Cords - Sara Bareilles

Love Song Ukulele Cords – Sara Bareilles. The chords used for this song are Gmin, Bb, Dmin, F, Amin, C, and G. Change the key of the song for FREE, as needed.

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Love Song Ukulele Cords – Sara Bareilles

VERSE 1:
GminHead under BbwaterAnd they Dmintell meTo breathe Feasy for a whileGminThe breathing gets Bbharder, even DminI know FthatGminMade room for Bbme, but it’s too soon to DminseeIf I’m Fhappy in your handsGminI‘m unusualBbly hard to hold Dminonto     F  
PRE 1:
GminBlank stares at F/Ablank pagesBbNo easy Cway to say thisGminYou mean well, F/Abut you make this Bbhard on me
CHORUS 1:
I’m not gonna write you a Gminlove song‘Cause you C7asked for it‘Cause you Fneed one, you BbseeI’m not gonna write you a Gminlove song‘Cause you C7tell me it’s make or F/Abreaking thisIf you’re Bbon your wayI’m not gonna Gminwrite you to AminstayIf Dminall      you have is leavin’I’ma Gneed a better reasonTo Bbwrite you a Clove song toGminday     Bb (Yeah) ToDminday,   F yeah
VERSE 2:
GminI learned the Bbhard wayThat they Dminall sayFThings you wanna hearGminMy heavy Bbheart sinks Dmindeep down FunderGminYou and your twisted BbwordsYour help just DminhurtsYou are Fnot what I thought you weGminreHelBblo   Dminto high and Fdry
PRE 2:
GminConvinced me Aminto please youBbMade me think Cthat I need this tooI’m Gmintrying Aminto let you Bbhear me as I am
CHORUS 2:
I’m not gonna write you a Gminlove song‘Cause you C7asked for it‘Cause you F/Aneed one, you BbseeI’m not gonna write you a Gminlove song‘Cause you C7tell me it’s make or Fbreaking thisIf you’re Bbon your wayI’m not gonna Gminwrite you to AminstayIf Dminall you have is leavin’I’ma Gneed a better reasonTo Bbwrite you a Clove song toDminday     
BRIDGE:
ProAminmise me Bb You’ll leave the Flight ConDminTo help me Aminsee     Bb    Daylight, my Fguide, CgoneDmin‘Cause I beliAmineve there’s a BbwayYou can Clove me because I say
CHORUS 3:
I’m not gonna write you a Gminlove song‘Cause you C7asked for it‘Cause you Fneed one, you BbseeI’m not gonna write you a Gminlove song‘Cause you C7tell me it’s make or Fbreaking thisIs Bbthat why you wanted a Gminlove song?‘Cause you Casked for it‘Cause you Bbneed one, you BbseeI’m not gonna write you a Gminlove song‘Cause you Ctell me it’s make or F/Abreaking thisIf you’re Bbon your wayI’m not gonna Gminwrite you to F/AstayIf your Bbheart is nowhere in itI don’t Cwant it for a minuteBabe, I’ll Dminwalk the seven seas when I Gbelieve thatThere’s a reason to Bbwrite you a Clove song toGminday     Bb  ToFday    Gmin            Bb        Dmin            F 
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Love Song History

“Love Song” by Sara Bareilles is a catchy and empowering pop anthem that propelled Bareilles to fame upon its release in 2007. Featured on her album “Little Voice,” the song stands out as a declaration of artistic independence and a refusal to conform to industry pressures. With its upbeat melody, piano-driven arrangement, and clever lyrics, “Love Song” captures the spirit of defiance and self-assurance, resonating with listeners who appreciate its message of staying true to oneself.

The backstory of “Love Song” is particularly intriguing. Bareilles wrote it in response to her record label’s demand for more marketable “love songs.” Instead of acquiescing, she penned this track as a witty rebuttal, asserting her creativity and pushing back against the pressures to fit a particular mold. The chorus, “I’m not gonna write you a love song ’cause you asked for it, ’cause you need one,” serves as both the heart of the song and a manifesto for personal integrity in the face of commercial demands.

Musically, “Love Song” blends elements of pop and soft rock with Bareilles’s signature piano accompaniment, which drives the song forward and underscores the strength of her vocals. This combination, along with the infectious chorus and relatable lyrics, helped the song achieve critical and commercial success. It became a hit on various charts around the world, further establishing Bareilles as a talented singer-songwriter.

“Love Song” received multiple award nominations, including Grammy nods, and has been featured in numerous television shows and commercials, cementing its place in pop culture. The song’s genre, primarily pop with a touch of singer-songwriter flair, showcases Bareilles’s ability to craft songs that are both catchy and substantive.

Overall, “Love Song” remains a standout track in Sara Bareilles’s discography, celebrated for its lyrical cleverness, melodic appeal, and the empowering message it conveys. It continues to inspire listeners to value authenticity and to express themselves freely, making it a timeless piece in the landscape of contemporary pop music.

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