Price Tag chords by Jessie J


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Price Tag | Chords + Lyrics


Intro

| F | Am | Dm7 | Bb |
Okay, Coconut man, Moonheads, and Pea, you ready?

Verse 1

| F | Am |
Seems like everybody’s got a price, I wonder how they sleep at night.
| Dm7 | Bb |
When the sale comes first and the truth comes second, just stop for a minute and smile.
| F | Am |
Why is everybody so serious? Acting so damn mysterious.
| Dm7 | Bb |
Got shades on your eyes and your heels so high that you can’t even have a good time.

Bridge 1

| F | Am |
Everybody look to their left, everybody look to their right.
| Dm7 | N.C |
Can you feel that, yeah, we’re paying with love tonight.

Chorus 1

| F |
It’s not about the money, money, money.
| Am |
We don’t need your money, money, money.
| Dm7 |
We just wanna make the world dance.
| Bb |
Forget about the price tag.
| F |
Ain’t about the, uh, cha-ching cha-ching.
| Am |
Ain’t about the, yeah, ba-bling ba-bling.
| Dm7 |
Wanna make the world dance.
| Bb |
Forget about the price tag.

Verse 2

| F | Am |
Okay. We need to take it back in time, when music made us all unite.
| Dm7 | Bb |
And it wasn’t low blows and video hoes, am I the only the one getting tired?
| F | Am |
Why is everybody so obsessed? Money can’t buy us happiness.
| Dm7 | Bb |
Can we all slow down and enjoy right now, guarantee you will be feeling alright.

Bridge 2

| F | Am |
Everybody look to their left (to their left). Everybody look to their right (to their right).
| Dm7 | Bb N.C Bb |
Can you feel that, yeah, we’re paying with love tonight.

Chorus 2

| F |
It’s not about the money, money, money.
| Am |
We don’t need your money, money, money.
| Dm7 |
We just wanna make the world dance.
| Bb |
Forget about the price tag.
| F |
Ain’t about the, uh, cha-ching cha-ching.
| Am |
Ain’t about the, yeah, ba-bling ba-bling.
| Dm7 |
Wanna make the world dance.
| Bb |
Forget about the price tag.

Rap

| F (Fadd9) |
Yeah, yeah, we’ll keep the price tag and take the cash back.
| Am (Am7) |
Just give me six strings (six strings) and a half-stack (half stack).
| Dm7 Dm (Dsus4) |
And you can, can keep the cars, leave me the garage.
| Bb (Bb6) |
And all I, yes, all I need are keys and guitars.
| F (Fadd9) |
And guess what? In thirty seconds, I’m leaving to Mars (Mars).
| Am (Am7) |
Yeah, we leaping across these undefeatable odds (odds).
| Dm7 Dm (Dsus4) |
It’s like this man, you can’t put a price on a life (na-ah).
| Bb (Bb6) |
We do this for the love, so we fight and sacrifice every night.
| F Fadd9 N.C|
So we ain’t gon’ stumble and fall, never (nah).
| Am Am7 N.C |
Waiting to see this in the sign of defeat, uh-uh.
| Dm7 Dm Dsus4 N.C |
So we gon’ keep everyone moving their feet.
| Bb N.C |
So bring back the beat and then everyone sing.

Chorus 3

| F |
It’s not about the money, money, money.
| Am |
We don’t need your money, money, money.
| Dm7 |
We just wanna make the world dance.
| Bb |
Forget about the price tag.
| F |
Ain’t about the, uh, cha-ching cha-ching.
| Am |
Ain’t about the, yeah, ba-bling ba-bling.
| Dm7 |
Wanna make the world dance.
| Bb |
Forget about the price tag. (hey, hey).

Chorus 4

| F |
It’s not about the money, money, money (we don’t need it).
| Am |
We don’t need your money, money, money (no, no).
| Dm7 |
(We don’t need it) we just wanna make the world dance (dance).
| Bb |
Forget about the price tag (dance, dance, dance).
| F |
Ain’t about the, uh, cha-ching cha-ching.
| Am |
Ain’t about the (it ain’t about), yeah, ba-bling ba-bling.
| Dm7 |
Wanna make the world dance (yeah, yeah).
| Bb |
Forget about the price tag (forget about the price tag).

Outro

| F (Fadd9) | Am (Am7) |
Ah, ahh.
| Dm7 Dm (Dsus4) | Bb (Bb6) |
Ah, ahh.
| F (Fadd9) | Am (Am7) |
Yeah, yeah (ahh), ooh, oh, oh, oh, ooh (ahh).
| Dm7 Dm (Dsus4) | Bb Bb6 |
Forget about the price tag, yeah (ahh, ahh).


Price Tag chords and progressions (lesson preview)

Price Tag guitar lesson with TAB

You could boil down Price Tag‘s chords to just four bars on repeat, like this:

||: F (I) | Am (III) | Dm7 (VI) | Bb (IV) :||

The opening movement is the same as Let’s Get It On, hearing a progression in several songs like this is great in order to learn how to spot it.

AmDm, or III – VI is like the end of a minor blues, compare it to the subtle difference of VI – II, also two minor chords a 4th apart.

The final two chords, DmBb are one of my favourites, compare it to the movement of Bbmaj7Bb. I do feel Dm7 works better than Dm, this makes the Bb more powerful as the root of Dm is the 3rd of Bb.

Now go back to F and Am and compare this to FFmaj7.

Repetitive pop song chord progressions like this are very clever, there’s a reason we can hear it on repeat for 4 minutes without getting bored!

Here’s some TAB for how I would suggest you should play this on just one acoustic guitar, notice how the strumming is divided up and bass notes pop out.

Price Tag chords and TAB acoustic guitar idea

Members get TAB for how you could play this on the electric in a band, including those licks during the rap section which change the chord names.

Here’s a link to the complete lesson (members only): Price Tag, guitar lesson with TAB.

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Price Tag is Jessie J’s signature song!

When Jessie J’s signature song Price Tag hit the airways back in 2011, few knew who Jessie J was. She had released one single before (Do It Like A Dude) but Price Tag is what made her.

2011 was in a way the peak of female U.K. singers with Adele, Amy Winehouse, Estelle, and Duffy all having hit the charts with hit after hit for half a decade.

In the U.S., P!nk, Christina Aguilera, Alicia Keys, and Beyonce had all been established stars for even longer, collectively paving the way for someone like Jessie J to seamlessly slot in.

Perhaps the biggest challenge for her was to follow it up after the success of the debut album had died down.

It would take until 2014 before Jessie J had a big hit again, now with the help of the next generation of female superstars Ariana Grande and rapper Nicki Minaj for the tune Bang Bang.

Even though Bang Bang was an even bigger tune (more than twice as many plays on Spotify by 2023), Price Tag will forever remain Jessie J’s signature song.

Cover bands in the U.K. had this one engraved on the set list for many years and when it’s sometimes pulled out last minute for an emergency, everyone is expected to know it, after all, Price Tag only has four chords!


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After making her debut in the West End as an 11-year-old, Jessie J attended the famed Brit school before she was quickly signed to a major label.

Her best tunes include Bang Bang, Domino, Price Tag, and Do It Like A Dude, as well as many covers.


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