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Morrissey, Dial A Cliche Chords (ver.1)

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Dial A Cliche Chords (ver.1)

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                This work begins with a Dmaj Chord.


D    Bm               F#m          D          G              D
     Further into the fog i fall.  Well i was just following you.
                    A                                    G      D
     When you said "Do as i do and scr*p your fayways"...Dial a cliche.
      A                                                G      D
     "Grow up, be a man, and close your mealy mouth"...Dial a cliche.
     C    G D        C    G D
     Dial a cliche.  Dial a cliche.
D            Bm                           F#m
     But the person underneath where does he go?
             D            G                        D
     Does he slide by the wayside; or does he just die?
                              Bm             F#m          D
     And you find that you've organized your feelings for people
         G                                        D
     who didn't like you then and do not like you now.
                        A                                    G      D
     But still you say "Do as i do and scr*p your fayways"...Dial a cliche.
      A                                                G      D
     "Grow up, be a man, and close your mealy mouth"...Dial a cliche.
         C    G          D                  C      G       D
     The safe way is the only way.  There's always time to change.
          C           G          D      C    G D
     i've changed but now i'm in pain...Dial a cliche.


i didn't have the luxury of the recording when i wrote this so feel free
to make corrections.    "A working-class hero is something to be."
            
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