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Metronomy, The Look Chords (ver.3)

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The Look Chords (ver.3)

Metronomy Tabs
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                THE LOOK METRONOMY

Chords used:

    F       Dm       Am      E

E|--1--   --10--   --5--   --0--
B|--1--   --10--   --5--   --0--
G|--2--   --10--   --5--   --1--
D|--3--   --12--   --7--   --2--
A|--3--   --12--   --7--   --2--
E|--1--   --10--   --5--   --0--


F    Dm    Am      E     F    Dm   Am     E

F            
You're up and you'll get down
Dm
You're never running from this town
Am
Kinda think you said
E
You'll never get anything better than this
F                   Dm
'Cause you're going round in circles
Am                                  E
And everyone knows you're trouble
                        F
'Cause you read it in a big book
Dm                          Am           E
And now you giving me the look look
                          F
But just remember how we shook shook
                          Am               E
And all the things we took took

This town is the oldest friend of mine

F    Dm    Am      E     F    Dm   Am     E

F
Get up and we get down
Dm
We're always running round this town
    Am
And to think they said
E
We'd never make anything better than this
F                     Dm
'Cause we're always in small circles
Am                        E
And everyone thinks we're trouble
                       F
We didn't read it in a big book
Dm                          Am            E
And now we're giving you the look look
                      F
Just remember how we shook shook
                             Am      E
And all the things we took took

This town is the oldest friend of mine

F    Dm    Am      E     F    Dm   Am     E 

E
This town, this town, this town

F    Dm    Am      E     F    Dm   Am     E 
            
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