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You can play versatile instrument Typical Heartbreaker using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Kolohe Kai can also be played by that instruments.
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Typical Heartbreaker chords has rhythm and included in Love Town (2011) album.
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Typical Heartbreaker by Kolohe Kai Ukulele Chords

When I preview all the chords get messed up, the main progression is C,G,F,F. Just
listen to the song to see how it all fits

Chords: C,G,F,F

VERSE

I have seen so many instances
of a girl falling in love
with a man who only wants one thing
and this is not your ring
to him your just a fling
or a way have some fun

and he’ll leave you when hes done

CHORUS

ooohhhh woahh ooohhhh woahh
a typical heart breaker
ooohhhh woahh ooohhhh woahh
strictly a player
ooohhhh woahh ooohhhh woahh
a typical heart breaker
you’re too good to be fooled by any typical heartbreaker

VERSE TWO

When you look away
I see him
smiling at another girl
the same exact smile that he says
he only gives to you
but that’s just what he’ll do
throw you a rose or two
and you don’t see it’s fake
so I wrote this song for goodness sake

(Chorus)

(Bridge) x4
Yeahhh yeahhhh
Yeahhh yeahhhh

(Yeahhh yeahhhh) (2nd and 4th time)

(N.C.)
Girl will you please open your eyes
see that your man is full of lies
believe in your heart it’s true
that he is going to the same he did to you
to someone else I don’t think that it is fair
for him to even to dare
to break another sweetheart
just like you

CHORUS (2x)

OUTRO


You’re too good to be fooled by any typical, typical, typical heart breaker

I have seen so many instances
of a girl falling in love with a typical heart breaker

To play the most songs, including Typical Heartbreaker by Kolohe Kai by ukulele, the most important basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a ton of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.