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I Am Kloot, Over My Shoulder Chords (ver.1)

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Over My Shoulder Chords (ver.1)

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You can finally move to the music with this song.
Try to find some little variation in the chords.


Chords:
A    [x00232]
E    [355433]
C#m  [244222]


[[Intro]]

A

E A E A E


[[Verse I]]

E                            A
Shut your mouth and watch my lips
                                 E
Can't you feel the healing fingertips
                        A
Coming down on you like rain
                             E
And tell me now whether we remain


[[Chorus I]]

C#m                  A
Over my shoulder you go
C#m                A                    E
Back to a bar that we both used to know


[[Verse II]]

E                            A
I used to work the night and day
                            E
Nobody listened to a word I say
                          A
I didn't care you knew me then
                                E
Someone stupid asked if we were friends and


[[Chorus II]]

C#m                 A
Over my shoulder it goes
C#m                 A                    E
And where it lands, I don't want to know


[[Verse III]]

E                               A
So shut your mouth and watch my lips
                                 E
Can't you feel the healing fingertips
                        A
Coming down on you like rain
                            E
So tell me now whether we remain


[[Chorus III]]

C#m                  A
Over my shoulder you go
C#m                A                    E
Back to a bar that we both used to know


[[Ending]]

C#m                 A
Over my shoulder it goes
C#m                 A                    E
And where it lands, I don't want to know
            
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