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Good Charlotte, Footloose Chords (ver.1)

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Footloose Chords (ver.1)

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                THIS IS FOR INSTRUMENTS TUNED IN THE KEY OF C

1ST VERSE
A                      D/A
 I been workin so hard
A              E    A    D/A  
   I'm punchin   my Card
A                     D/A
 eight hours for what 
A             
 oh tell me what i got

BRIDGE
D   
 ive got this feeling 
                                A
 that times just holding me down
D            
 i'll hit the ceiling 
D#dim                   B7      E
   or else ill tear up this town 
 
F#m7     Gdim    


CHORUS
E/G#                    A   
   To night i gotta cut loose 
D/A A 
footloose
D                  A
kick off my sunday shoes
       D/A A
please lou ise
D                  A 
pull me off of my knees
      D/A A
jack  get back
D                 A           
come on before we crack 
     D/A  A    
lose your blues
G         D        A
everybody cut foot loose

2ND VERSE
A                    D/A
 Your Playing so cool
A              E    A    D/A  
 obeyin every rule
A                     D/A
dig way down in your heart
A             
your burnin, yearnin, for some

BRIDGE
D   
somebody to tell you 
                             A
that life aint passin you buy
D
 im tryin to tell you 
D#dim                   B7      E
    it will if you don't even try

Chorus
E/G#                    A   
you can fly if youd only cut loose
D/A A 
foot loose
D                  A
kick off my sunday shoes,
       D/A A
ooh-ee Mar ie 
D                  A 
shake it, shake it for me,
     D/A A
whoa Mi  lo 
D                 A           
Come on come on lets go
     D/A  A
lose your blues
G         D        A
everybody cut footloose
            
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