Happily Ever After Chords/Tabs.

Happily Ever After chords He is We.

Here are the chords to “Happily Ever After via Ultimate-Guitar.

E tuning & capo on 2nd fret.
This was quick and easy to tab. People have been asking for this for a while, so here it
from my perspective. Keep in mind to try to accent the moving bass notes to bring out
changing chords, cause it can be easy to miss if you strum top-heavy.


 #1  #2  #3  #4  #5  #6
e|2   2   2   2   2   2
B|2   2   2   2   2   2
G|6   6   6   6   13  13
D|4   4   4   4   11  11
A|6   4   2   4   13  11
E|x   x   x   2   x   x

Let me [1]riddle you a ditty, it's just an [2]itty bitty, little [3]thing on my mind.[4]
About a [1]boy and a girl, trying to [2]take on the world one [3]kiss at a time.[4]
Now the [1]funny thing about, ain't a story with[2]out it, but the [3]story is mine[4].
And I [1]wish you could say[2], that it [3]ended just fine.[4]

[2]We all [1]want to know[3], how it ends.

[1]Oh, happily [3]ever after[4], wouldn't you know[2], wouldn't you know.
[1]Oh, skip to the [3]ending,[4] who'd like to know, I'd like[2] to know.
[1]Author of the [3]moment,[4] can you tell[2] me, [1]do I[3] end up, [4]do I [2]end up happy?

[1] [3] [3]

Inhale, breathe steady... (repeat verse)

[2]We all [1]want to know[3], how it ends.

Oh, happily ever after... (repeat chorus)

[5] [6] [3]

We [5]all have a [6]story to[3] tell.
[5]Whether we [6]whisper or[3] yell.
We [5]all have a [6]story, of [3]adolescence and all it's glory.
We [5]all have a [6]story to [3]tell.

Oh, happily ever after... (repeat chorus)

[5] [6] [3]

We [5]all have a [6]story to [3]tell. 4x & fade

Heres the higher, more melodic part during the ending and when she says "we all have a
to tell".


This is the high, more melodic part during the chorus and after is the bit during the
between chorus and verse.




7 thoughts on “Happily Ever After Chords/Tabs.”

  1. Can you post the chord letters (E, G7, etc.) with the lyrics (so we know when to play them)? The way above is a little confusing x

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.