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Bright Idea Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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Bright Idea Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

Orson
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                Orson – Bright Idea
Intro: 

C#m7 (w/ H.o) F# (w/ H.o)

Verse 1:
C#m7 (w/ H.o)
Did somebody tell you what I couldn’t tell you
			     F# (w/ H.o)
I hope they did I hope they didn’t

C#m7 (w/ H.o)
Well I oughta regret it or should I forget it
                          F# (w/ H.o)
Whatever this is it feels electric

C#m7 (w/ H.o)
You shot me a sweet look gave me your yearbook
                             F# (w/ H.o)
Told me to sign it, it was a signal

C#m7 (w/ H.o)
But I couldn’t find the words 
                                 F# (w/ H.o)
I just couldn’t find the nerve as usual

Chorus:
B	  F#       C#m
Here’s my bright idea
B	  F#    C#m
I’ll just disappear
Em
I’ll just fly away from here

C#m7 (w/ H.o) F# (w/ H.o)
C#m7 (w/ H.o) F# (w/ H.o)

Verse 2:
And now you’re in Hollywood right in my neighbourhood
Things are really looking up for you
An army of managers and lots of pretty boys lining up
To read for you

Oh, I’m pretty sure that it was you that I bumped into just the other day
At the record store
But I still don’t have a clue I just couldn’t talk to you
As usual

Chorus


Bridge:
G#m						C#
So I come to your event in my well rehearsed mystique
A						  G#
I show up an hour late but I’ve been ready for a week
G#m						   C#
And you float into the hallway like some neon silhouette
A					          G#
I’m slowly losing oxygen and my hands are soaking wet
G#m						 C#
all the cameras and reporters piling up on one another
A						G#
just to get a look at you they all want an interview

G#m				         C#
Then I make my move push them out of my way
A				       G#
but I still just don’t know what to sa---------y



Chorus x 2


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