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Betty Tabs (ver. 1) by Brooke Fraser @ AZ CHORDS.COM
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Betty Tabs (ver.1)

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Betty Tabs (ver.1)

Brooke Fraser
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                Here's the intro tab plus chords to Betty. It's not perfect but it'll do, and you 
might even be able to use what I've got here to work it out even better for yourself.


Tuning: Standard

Capo fret 6:

Intro [written according to capo]

E|-----------2---4-------4-------4---|
B|---2---------------0-------0-------|
G|-------2---------------------------| X4 for intro, X8 more during verse 1.
D|-----------------------------------|
A|---0-------------------------------|
E|---------------0-------------------|

                       F#m
in the shape of canada...
         E
that you try to keep a secret

(Repeat intro X2 before vocals come back in)

                   F#m
before they wander off...
   E                        F#m
to hide inside their sockets

[Chorus]
A                  E
   You've got your scars and
B
   You've got your birthmarks
A                E    B                  F#m X3
   You've got Toronto hiding on your hip, honey
A                  E
   You've got your secrets
B
   You've got your regrets
A           B     (back to intro tab)
Darling, we all do


It continues like this until the end of chorus two:
   A           B      F#m
...Darling, we all do

[Bridge]
A                            B
  You're cool coy 'bout your strawberry hip
A                               B
  It's you that's hidden by the expectations
   A                          B                F#m
We want to see you, won't you show us where to start

A                                B
  You're talking trash with your replica lips
A                             B
  It's you that tickle in the conversation
A                       B
  Sweet Betty won't you show us who you are?

[Chorus]

Back to intro tab straight after chorus for the last line.

THE END!
            
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