How to Play Should've Said No

Taylor Swift on Red Tour 2013



Song Background

Should've Said No is a country song that was written in 2006 by Taylor Swift.

The song is an up-tempo in which the central character addresses a former lover named Sam who has cheated on her, telling him that he "should've said no" to the female who has taken her place in his life ("You should've said no/You should've gone home/You should've thought twice before you let it all go/You should've known that word 'bout what you did with her would get back to me"). Swift wrote the song when she was sixteen years old. For more information, visit wikipedia.org

Song Chord Chart

Em C D G D/F# Em C D x2

G                         D/F#             Em
It’s strange to think the songs we used to sing
                C             G           D/F# Em C
The smiles, the flowers, everything... is gone
G                 D
Yesterday I found out about you
Em            C               G       D/F# Em C
Even now just looking at you... feels wrong
Em                 C                       G
You say that you’d take it all back, given one chance
                  D               C       D
It was a moment of weakness and you said yes

                   Em                     C
You should’ve said no, you should’ve gone home
                      D                           G
You should’ve thought twice before you let it all go
    D/F#                Em                           C
You should’ve know that word, bout what you did with her
                  D
Would get back to me...
                     Em                         C            
And I should’ve been there, in the back of your mind
               D             G
I shouldn’t be asking myself why
    D/F#         Em             C              A
You shouldn’t be begging for forgiveness at my feet...
                   C                D
You should’ve said no, baby and you might still have me

Em C D G Em C D

G                D/F#
You can see that I’ve been crying
Em                C                     G    D/F# Em C
And baby you know all the right things... to say
    G      D/F#       Em      C
But do you honestly expect me to believe
G        D/F#        Em  C
We could ever be the same
Em                           C              G
You say that the past is the past, you need one chance
                  D               C       D
It was a moment of weakness and you said yes
 
                   Em                     C
You should’ve said no, you should’ve gone home
                      D                           G
You should’ve thought twice before you let it all go
    D/F#                Em                           C
You should’ve know that word, bout what you did with her
                  D
Would get back to me...
                     Em                         C            
And I should’ve been there, in the back of your mind
               D             G
I shouldn’t be asking myself why
    D/F#         Em             C              A
You shouldn’t be begging for forgiveness at my feet...
                   C                D
You should’ve said no, baby and you might still have me

Em C G D

Em         C                           A
I can’t resist… before you go, tell me this
      C      D
Was it worth it…
       C
Was she worth this…

Em C      D  G   D/F# Em C D
Nooooo no... no, no,  no,  no...

                   Em                     C
You should’ve said no, you should’ve gone home
                      D                           G
You should’ve thought twice before you let it all go
                        Em                           C
You should’ve know that word, bout what you did with her
                  D
Would get back to me...
                     Em                         C            
And I should’ve been there, in the back of your mind
               D/F#          G
I shouldn’t be asking myself why
    D/F#         Em             C              A
You shouldn’t be begging for forgiveness at my feet...
                   C                D
You should’ve said no, baby and you might still have me




Song Breakdown

4/4 Time Signature, Moderately Fast

L.H. / R.H.

Intro (2xs)

E/BE
C/CE
D/ADG
G/DGB
F#/DA
E/BE
C/CE
D/DF#A

Verse

G/BD
F#/AD
E/GD
C/EGC
G/G
F#/ADG
E/GBD
C/EGCD
G/BD
F#/AE
E/GB
C/EA
G/BD
F#/ADG
E/GBD
C/EGCD

Chorus

E/GBD
E/GBD
C/GCEG
G/BDG
D/DF#B
C/EGB
D/F#AD
E/GBE
C/GE
D/DF#A
G/DGB
F#/DA
E/GBE
C/CEG
D/ADG
E/BEA
C/GCE
D/DF#A
G/DGB
F#/DF#B
E/BEG
C/CEG
A/C#EA
C/GCE D/DF#A

Coda

G/BD
F#/ADA
E/BEGB
C/GCEG
G/BD
F#/AD
C/CEG
EE/EGB
CC/GCE
AA/C#EA
CC/CEB
DD/ADF#A
CC/CEGB
E/GBD
C/CEG
D/F#AD
G/DGB
F#/ADG
E/BEG
C/CEG
D/F#AD
E/GBE
C/GCE
D/DF#A
G/DGB
F#/DA
E/GBE
C/CEG
D/F#AD
G/DGB
F#/ADB
E/BEG
C/CEG
A/C#EA
C/GCE
D/DF#A
E/GBE

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