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Married With Children Chords (ver.3)

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Married With Children Chords (ver.3)

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                Married With Children
Oasis.

Chords used:

E   (022100)
G#  (466544)
C#m (x46654)
A   (577655)
C   (x35553)
B7  (x24242)
F#  (244322)
G#m (466444)
B   (x244xx)
E*  (076780)


E          G#              C#m        A
There's no need for you to say you're sorry
    C        B7    E
Goodbye, I'm going home
E       G#              C#m       A
I don't care no more so don't you worry
    C        B7    E
Goodbye, I'm going home

A (could be A7)          E
I hate the way that even though you 
            A(or A7)              E
know you're wrong, you say you're right
A(or A7)                       E
 I hate the books you read and all your friends
     F#                         A             G
Your music's sh*te, it keeps me up all night (up all night)


There's no need for you to say you're sorry
Goodbye, I'm going home
I don't care no more so don't you worry
Goodbye, I'm going home

I hate the way that you are so sarcastic, 
and you're not very bright
You think that everything you've done's fantastic
Your music's sh*te it keeps me up all night (up all night)

(musical interlude: 8 measures)

C#m            G#m        A                   E
And it will be nice to be alone for a week or two
C#m             G#m              A
But I know that I will be right, right back here 
     B         A         G#m       F#
with you, with you, with you, with you,
     B         A         G#m       F#
with you, with you, with youuuuuuuuu

There's no need for you to say you're sorry
Goodbye I'm going home
I don't care no more so don't you worry
C                B7             E         E*
Goodbye......I'm going..........home    

Here's how to play that last chord again:

        E*  (076780)
            
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