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M2m, Pretty Boy Chords (ver.2)

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Pretty Boy Chords (ver.2)

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                M2M,Pretty Boy.
Note: You can also use a capo on the 1st fret to play C, Am, F, G  instead of playing C#, Bbm, C#, Bbm, F#, G# (preffered).
Ebm can also be played in replacement of F# (only in verses, not in intro). I can't figure out which one is the right chord. To play the acoustic version, transpose the chords one fret lower (like C# to C, Bbm to Am and so forth).
Intro: C#-Bbm-C#-Bbm-F#-Ab
Verse 1:
I lie awake at night
See things in black and white
       F# (or Ebm)   Ab
I've only got you inside my mind
       F# (or Ebm)                    Ab
You know you have made me blind

Verse 2:
I lie awake and pray
That you will look my way
  F# (or Ebm)           Ab  
I have all this longing in my heart
  F# (or Ebm)               Ab
I knew it right from the start

           C#                        Ab
Oh my pretty pretty boy I love you
Like I never ever loved no one before you
F#                               C#
Pretty pretty boy of mine
Just tell me you love me too
Oh my pretty pretty boy
I need you
Oh my pretty pretty boy I do
Let me inside
               Ab               C#  
Make me stay right beside you

Verse 3:
I used to write your name
And put it in a frame
        F# (or Ebm)           Ab  
And sometimes I think I hear you call
F# (or Ebm)                  Ab  
Right from my bedroom wall

Verse 4:
You stay a little while
And touch me with your smile
       F# (or Ebm)        Ab  
And what can I say to make you mine
     F# (or Ebm)           Ab  
To reach out for you in time

(Repeat Chorus)

Instrumental: F#m-C#-Ab-Bbm

Bbm          F#m-C#-Bbm                     
   Oh pretty boy
F#                      Ab
Say you love me too

(Repeat Chorus)

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