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Elmo Chords (ver.1)

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Elmo Chords (ver.1)

Holly Mcnarland
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Tuning: Capo 2nd fret (F#C#AEBF#)

*Note: This is the (better) version from the live cd. Some lyrics are
different.


Intro: C, D Em

C                         D
 I?m still thinking ?bout elmo
                     Em
Elmo five o?clock special

I?m still thinking ?bout
                    C
A thousand ways to kill you
                       D
I?m still dreaming in pink
                    Em
Gives me reason to think

When I lay down my head I?m still okay
C                   D              Em
 When I lay down my head to go to bed


C D                  Em
    Where do you fit in?

Didn?t say to come in
Where the hell have you been
I can see you?re excited
You can tell you?re invited
Justify your evil ways
Make up for lost days
Didn?t mean to close the door
When I threw you to the floor
Didn?t mean to close the door on my personal whore

Where do you fit in?
Where do you fit in?

You run out of expression
You let me make a suggestion
You?ve left a scratch on my face
I can see to this day
You?re no inocent man
Come and catch me if you can
Didn?t have the time of day
But I f**ked him anyway
Did have the time of day to play

Where do you fit in?
Where do you fit in?

I?m still thinking ?bout elmo
Elmo five o?clock special
I?m still thinking ?bout you
A thousand ways to kill you
I?m still dreaming in pink
Gives me reason to think
When I lay down my head I?m still okay
When I lay down my head to go to bed

Where do you fit in?
Where the f**k have you been?

C
Ha ah oh oh oh
D
Ha ah oh oh oh
Em
Ha ah oh oh oh, ha ah oh oh oh

Where do you fit in?
Cause I?m still thinking about elmo
And where do you fit in?
And where do you fit in?

And where!!!

Ha ah oh oh oh....

Where, oh
Where, oh oh

C, D, Em...blah blah

That?s all. Just ||C|D|Em|Em|| over and over again!
            
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