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Jack Johnson, The Upsetter Chords (ver.1)

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The Upsetter Chords (ver.1)

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                THE UPSETTER by Jack Johnson


INTRO:

guitar 1: C-Am

guitar 2:

e|-----------------------------|
B|--------------------------3--|
G|-5-----2/4-2----5-----2/4----| 2x
D|---2-5-------5----2-5--------|
A|-----------------------------|
E|-----------------------------|

e|---------------------------------------|
B|-----------------------1/3~------------|
G|-3---2~--3---2/4~--3---------3---2/4~--|
D|---2-------2---------2---------2-------|
A|---------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------|


VERSE:
 C         Am
 Some will say
      C        Am
 This place is wrong
       C         Am
 These hands are fast
      C       Am
 This face is long


REFRAIN:
       C     G           F
 Just stop upsetting yourself
   G            C
 Upsetting your thoughts
   G            F
 Upsetting this world
              G       C
 That you're standing on

C-Am-(8x)


VERSE:
       C         Am
 These plans are torn
       C        Am
 These feet are cold
      C         Am
 This shield is worn
      C          Am
 This peace was stolen


REFRAIN:
       C     G           F
 Just stop upsetting yourself
   G            C
 Upsetting your thoughts
   G            F
 Upsetting this world
              G       F
 That you're standing on
        G             C
 These problems they breathe
       C       F
 Their fire is real
     G               C
 The coins that they keep
     C       F
 You cannot steal
      G             C
 Even when you're asleep
         C        F
 They'll be here still
           G      Am
 Breathing out or in


ADLIB: Am-Em-(8x); C-G-C-Em-(4x)

etc...


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06-18-10
10:01 PM
            
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