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First Aid Kit, When I Grow Up Chords (ver.2)

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When I Grow Up Chords (ver.2)

First Aid Kit Tabs
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                Am          F     C
When I grow up, I want to be a forester
G                           Am
Run through the moss on high heels
                 F     C
That’s what I'll do, throwing out boomerang
G                          Am
Waiting for it to come back to me

F, C, G

Am          F     C
When I grow up, I want to live near the sea
G                        Am
Crab claws and bottles of rum
                   F    C
That’s what i’ll have, staring at the seashell
G                    Am          F     C   G
Waiting for it to embrace me, oh ohhh ooh oh

Am                      F
I put my soul in what I do
     C
Last night I drew a funny man
     G                        Am
with dark eyes and a hanging tongue
        F          C
It goes way bad, I never liked a sad look
     G                        Am            F   C     G   

Am                    F
I’m very good with plants
        C
When my friends are away
           G                Am
they let me keep the soil moist
                      F
On the seventh day I rest
      C
for a minute or two
     G                  Am            F   C   G     Am   F   C    G
then back on my feet to call for you oooh ooh oooh, oooh ooh ooh  ooh

Am  F   C   G
    ooh ooh ooh
Am                            F
You’ve got cucumbers on your eyes
         C
Too much time spent on nothing
G                       Am
waiting for a moment to arise
                  F          C
The face in the ceiling and arms too long
    G                  Am       F    C    G      Am
I'm waiting for him to catch me oooh oooh oooh   oooh
            
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