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Mr Pleasant Chords (ver.1)

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Mr Pleasant Chords (ver.1)

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                    Mr Pleasant - The Mission
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Chords
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Notes: At D*** play down D mixolydian scale, eg, D C B A G F# E D
At E*** play down E mixolydian scale, eg, E D C# B A Ab F# E

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       C
Oh, Mr Pleasant, how is Mrs Pleasant?

                    Gm                          F
I hope the world is treating you right and your head's in the air

           Bb                           Gm                     Eb
and you're feeling so proud 'cos you're such a success 'cos the whole

              D
wide world is on your side, hey hey

[Following verse as above]

How are you today?  People say Mr Pleasant's good, Mr Pleasant's kind
Mr Pleasant's OK, Mr Pleasant don't mind
As long as Mr Pleasant's alright, hey hey

C                   D***
How are you today?  How's your father? How's your mother
How's your sister? How's your brother?

D***
How's your brand new limousine?  24 inch TV screen?

E***
Do you like prosperity more than you like poverty?

D                                               G
Life is easier, so much easier, life is easier, now

[Following verses as for first verse]

Oh Mr Pleasant, how is Mrs Pleasant? Did you know she was flirting
around with a lovely young man?  And he's taking her out, when you
have to ????
So it's not so pleasant after all, hey hey

How are you today?  People say Mr Pleasant's good, Mr Pleasant's kind
Mr Pleasant's OK, Mr Pleasant don't mind
As long as Mr Pleasant's alright, hey hey

How are you today?  La la la.....
As long as Mr Pleasant's alright, hey hey
            
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