a little more chords alessia cara

A Little More Chords

B: x24442;
F#: 244322;
E: 022100;
G#m: 466444;
Transpose up:



(VER)

B 
  There you are with your  
G#m 
college 
 
friends
B 
  You played in a  
E 
marching 
 
band
 
I can’t  
B 
help but wish I  
G#m 
knew you then
B 
  But I guess I know you  
E 
now
 
 
 
(PRE CHO)
 
 
It  
G#m 
looks as if I’ve stumbled right
F# 
Into the palm of your hand
 
 
 
(CHO)
 
 
Hey,  
B 
you
 
Hey, Mr.  
G#m 
Knock On My Door
 
I’m  
B 
sorry that I’ve been e
E 
motions 
 
galore
 
Am I  
B 
crazy for wanting a  
G#m 
little bit more?
 
A  
B 
little more of you
 
A  
E 
little more, a little more of  
B 
you
 
This feeling’s  
G#m 
hard to ignore
B 
  Please say you’ll  
E 
never get bored
 
Can you  
B 
blame me for wanting a  
G#m 
little bit more?
 
A  
B 
little more of you
 
A  
E 
little more, a little more of  
B 
you
 
 
 
(VER)
 
 
Say tha
G#m 
t it’s the same
B 
  Take a drill right  
E 
to my brain
 
Oh the  
B 
way you did just  
G#m 
yesterday
B 
  I guess I get it  
E 
now
 
 
 
(PRE CHO)
 
 
It  
G#m 
looks as if I’ve stumbled right
G#m 
Into the palm of your hand
 
 
 
(CHO)
 
 
Hey,  
B 
you
 
Hey, Mr.  
G#m 
Knock On My Door
 
I’m  
B 
sorry that I’ve been e
E 
motions 
 
galore
 
Am I  
B 
crazy for wanting a  
G#m 
little bit more?
 
A  
B 
little more of you
 
A  
E 
little more, a little more of  
B 
you
 
This feeling’s  
G#m 
hard to ignore
B 
  Please say you’ll  
E 
never get bored
 
Can you  
B 
blame me for wanting a  
G#m 
little bit more?
 
A  
B 
little more of you
 
A  
E 
little more, a little more of  
B 
you
 
 
 
(OUTRO)
 
B 
  Hey yeah, hey yeah, yeah
G#m 
 
B 
 
E 
 
(A little more of you)
B 
  Hey yeah, hey yeah, yeah
G#m 
 
B 
 
E 
B 
  Hey yeah, hey yeah, yeah
G#m 
 
B 
 
E 
B 
  Hey yeah, hey yeah, yeah
G#m 
 
B 
 
E 
 
A  
B 
little more of you
 
A  
E 
little more, a little more of  
B 
you

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A Little More is the 8th track for album “The Pain Of Growing” sung by Alessia Cara.
Song based on B scale and played with 4 chords. Use capo on 4th fret and play with G scale.

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