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Kate Nash, Paris Chords (ver.1)

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Paris Chords (ver.1)

Kate Nash Tabs
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                Capo 2nd fret

Through the whole song: Gmaj, Emin, Dmaj, Cmaj (change chords according to song)

G                  Em
You've come so far, well done darling 
D           C                          
We knew that you had it in you 
You can do anything that you want, world is an oyster, dont dissapoint us 
You can stand on your own two feet, you can lead me through the streets 
Pave the way, so we can dream dreams, noone else can see what you made me see 
Still climbing trees, tripping up over fallen leaves, but holding hands 
No one else could ever understand what it's like between us 

And thats betweens us, but I know that 

You'll never listen to me, no you'll never listen to me 
No you'll never listen to me, no you'll never listen to me 
You'll never listen to me, no you'll never listen to me 
No you'll never listen to me, no you'll never listen to me 

I dont know everything about you, would you like to spend time with me 

Said you'd lend me anything, I think I'll have your company 
Said you'd lend me anything, I think I'll have your company 

You'll never listen to me, no you'll never listen to me 
No you'll never listen to me, no you'll never listen to me 
You'll never listen to me, no you'll never listen to me 
No you'll never listen to me, no you'll never listen to me 

You said you'd lend me anything, I think I'll have your company 
You said you'd lend me anything, I think I'll have your company 
I think I'll have your company! 

You'll never listen to me, no you'll never listen to me 
No you'll never listen to me, no you'll never listen to me 
You'll never listen to me, no you'll never listen to me 
            

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