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Whatevershebringswesing Chords (ver.1)

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Whatevershebringswesing Chords (ver.1)

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                C - C - A - D - A - D - G - D - G - D - G 

C - C/Bb - Am - Dm - D - G - G x2

    C                     
I'm looking 'round madly
    C/Bb
for something to find 
           Am
That might give me a front
       Dm         D           G
To put something, something behind.

     C
Just bouncing this ball
C/Bb
Up and down the hall
         Am
But it's full of best wishes
    Dm          D           G
and suffocating fishes, and all.

    C
So, let's drink some wine
    C/Bb
And have a good time.
           Am
But if you really want to come through 
        Dm         D              G
Let the good time, good time have you. 
     G
It's what you've got to do.

    C
You said it was foolish
    C/Bb
for me to be sad;
    Am                   Dm
But I'm very hungry, and you..
D                G
You're very well fed,
       G
You're such a fat lady.

        C
And I'm talking to you
         C/Bb
just for something to do
           Am
'Cause I'd much rather kiss you 
    Dm      D
But I know, I’m gonna miss you
 G                 G
Again and again, I know I'm gonna miss you.


So, let's drink some wine, etc. x2

C - C/Bb - Am - Dm - D - G - G x5

  C  
I sing to the island
     C/Bb
That sings in your head
       Am                       Dm
'Cause I know you'd much rather be there 
D          G
Be there instead.
G
I know you'd rather be there...

        C
But you won't find the answer 
     C/Bb
Even when the wind blows;
           Am 
'Cause the answer, my friend
      Dm
is in front..
D                            G
Right there in front of your nose 
G
Everybody knows, it's their nose.

So, let's drink some wine, etc. x2 (fade)
            
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