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Mary Pickford Chords (ver.1)

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Mary Pickford Chords (ver.1)

Katie Melua
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|A| |A| |A| |A|

A
Mary Pickford used to eat roses
D                            E                   A
Thought that they'd make her beautiful and they did

One supposes


A
Douglas Fairbanks, he was so handsome
D
He wore a moustache
E                      A
Must-a had much cash, too

Worth a king's ransom


Em       D       D/A        A
Charlie Chaplin, he was invited
Bm         F#m      Em        A
When these artists became united
Bm7        F#m      D     D/A  A
When these artists became united


A
David Griffith worked as an extra
D
Then as a stagehand
E                  A
Until they let him be

A director


A
Dave was brave, a mover and shaker
  D
A true pioneer
E                    A
He seemed to show no fear

A real film maker


Em       D         D/A       A
Just like Chaplin, he was invited
Bm         F#m      Em        A
When these artists became united
Bm7        F#m      D     D/A  A
When these artists became united


C    F         G     C
They tied the knot together
Am        Dm              G
Groom and bride couldn't hide their pleasure
C     F       G         C
They tried to pick fair weather
     Am   Dm           Em
But love died, didn't last forever


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|A| |A| |D| |E| |A| |A|


A
Mary Pickford used to eat roses
D                            E                   A
Thought that they'd make her beautiful and they did

One supposes


A
Douglas Fairbanks, he was so handsome
D
He wore a moustache
E                      A
Must-a had much cash, too

Worth a king's ransom


Em       D       D/A       A
Charlie Chaplin, he was invited
Bm         F#m      Em        A
When these artists became united
Bm7        F#m      D     D/A  A
When these artists became united
Bm7        F#m      D     D/A  A
When these artists became united
            
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