Vampire Weekend – Unbearably White (Chords)

Unbearably White Chords and Lyrics by Vampire Weekend

Artist : Vampire Weekend
Song : Unbearably White
Duration : 04:40
Album : Father of the Bride
Release Date : May 3, 2019
Genre : Pop/Rock
Styles : Alternative/Indie Rock, Indie Rock

[Intro] : Cdim  Bb  F   Eb  Cm   Gm   F   Eb (x2)

[Verse 1] : 
Cdim   Bb                   F    Eb
Baby I love you, but that's not enough
    Cm       Gm                F     Eb
And pulling away has been unbearably buff
  Cdim       Bb            F       Eb
I ran up the mountain, out of your sight
    Cm          Gm                 F     Eb
The snow on the peak was just unbearably white

Cdim   Bb   Cdim    Bb

    Cdim     Bb              F    Eb
The city was freezing, an elegant flow
    Cm          Gm               F     Eb
The wind at the doorway was unbearably cold
    Cdim          Bb              F       Eb
You walked to the bedroom and sat down to write
    Cm           Gm                F     Eb
The page in your notebook was unbearably white

[Chorus 1] : 
Cm                             Gm                   F
   There's an avalanche coming,  don't cover your eyes
Cm                                       Gm                   F
   It's what you thought that you wanted,  it's still a surprise
Cm                       Gm                   F
   It's hard on the body,  it's hard on the mind
D                          Gm
   To learn what kept us together, darling
Cm                   F
   Is what kept us alive

Cdim  Bb  F   Eb  Cm   Gm   F   Eb (x2)

[Verse 2] : 
Cm        Bb               F    Eb
Sooner or later, the story gets told
   Cm        Gm                 F     Eb
To tell it myself would be unbearably bold
Cm             Bb                F      Eb
Presented with darkness, we turn to the light
Cm            Gm                     F     Eb
Could've been smart, we're just unbearably bright

Cdim   Bb   Cdim    Bb

[Chorus 2] : 
Cm                             Gm                   F
   There's an avalanche coming,  don't cover your eyes
Cm                                       Gm                   F
   It's what you thought that you wanted,  it's still a surprise
Cm                       Gm                   F
   It's hard on the body,  it's hard on the mind
D                          Gm
   To learn what kept us together, darling
Cm                   F
   Is what kept us alive

F/A  Bb   F  Eb
Cm   Gm   F  Eb

[Bridge] : 
F/A       Bb        F    Eb
Call it a day, call it a night
Cm           Gm                 F     Eb
Careless and cold and just unbearably white

F/A       Bb        F    Eb
Call it a day, call it a night
Cm           Gm                 F     Eb
Careless and cold and just unbearably white (you-ooh)

F/A       Bb        F    Eb
Call it a day, call it a night
Cm           Gm                 F     Eb
Careless and cold and just unbearably white (you-ooh)

[Verse 3] : 
F/A    Bb                   F    Eb
Baby I love you, but that's not enough
    Cm       Gm                F     Eb
And pulling away has been unbearably buff (you-ooh)
  F/A        Bb            F       Eb
I ran up the mountain, out of your sight
    Cm          Gm                 F     Eb
The snow on the peak was just unbearably white (you-ooh)

[Outro] : 
F/A       Bb        F    Eb
Call it a day, call it a night
Cm           Gm                 F     Eb
Careless and cold and just unbearably white (you-ooh)
F/A       Bb        F    Eb
Call it a day, call it a night

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About Vampire Weekend

Vampire Weekend Profile, Song Lyrics and Chords
Vampire Weekend

Vampire Weekend is an American rock band from New York City, formed in 2006 and currently signed to Columbia Records. The band was formed by lead vocalist and guitarist Ezra Koenig, multi-instrumentalist Rostam Batmanglij, drummer Chris Tomson, and bassist Chris Baio. The band’s first album Vampire Weekend (2008)—which included the singles “Mansard Roof”, “A-Punk”, “Oxford Comma”, “Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa”, and “The Kids Don’t Stand a Chance”—was acclaimed by critics for its world music influences. Their following album, Contra (2010), was similarly acclaimed and garnered strong commercial success. Their third studio album, Modern Vampires of the City (2013), won the group a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album in 2014. Batmanglij departed the group in early 2016. The band’s fourth album, Father of the Bride, was released in 2019.

The band members met while enrolled at Columbia University, beginning with a rap collaboration between Koenig and Tomson named “L’Homme Run”. They bonded over a shared love of punk rock and African music. Koenig toured with The Dirty Projectors during a period of experimentation with African music, inspiring the band to incorporate world sounds into their earliest work.

The band chose the name “Vampire Weekend” from the title of a short film project Koenig worked on during the summer between freshman and sophomore years in college. While home for the summer, Koenig watched a 1980s vampire film (The Lost Boys) and was inspired to make a Northeastern version of the film in which a man named Walcott travels to Cape Cod to warn the mayor that vampires are attacking the United States. Koenig abandoned the project after two days.

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