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Alizee, Mademoiselle Juliette Chords (ver.1)

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Mademoiselle Juliette Chords (ver.1)

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                Hello, this song is in english because I can transalate it, but not much!Enjoy it!

The song is always in chords Am,F,C y G, but the rythm have changes, make it
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Am
Ms. Juliette
F
His Romeo is in the alpha
C
Verona, it is men
G
Beautiful love syndrome
Shakespeare has fun of his muse
Heroin tough that she abused
Rapid rise in the laps wind
Write going to like playing turns

Am                  F
Ms. Juliette is not really
  C                             G
Head choose between Montague and Capulet
Am               
Ms. Juliette Meurt
F                     C   
In reality the tension of a car,
        F-G
Coca décapsulé 

(Play chords Am,F,C and G in the order before)
Ms. refuge,
Taken from the wings to put his face
In parts in their role and level,
She did not retreat from all sides
This commedia dell 'arte not be disassembled
The rim quite end when William
It likes him back no more than
Ca to prevent the tragedy.
Ms. Juliette

Has not really choose the head
Between Montague and Capulet
Ms. Juliette Meurt
In reality the tension of a car,
Refuge coca décapsulé Ms. Juliette
There is no real head mourn
On the Montague and Capulet
Miss Juliette Meurt
In reality the tension of a car,
Refuge coca décapsulé
Am
Aahhhh
F
Aahhhh
C
Aahhhh
G
Aahhh

Ms. Juliette you have
Not really choose the head
Between Montague and Capulet

Ms. Juliette Meurt
In reality the tension of a car,
Coca décapsulé the refuge

Miss Juliette
There is more truth
Head mourn on Montague and Capulet
Ms. Juliette Meurt
In reality the tension of a car
            

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