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Sebadoh, License To Confuse Chords (ver.2)

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License To Confuse Chords (ver.2)

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                1st song on Sebadoh's album Bakesale. The only tab I saw had it just about spot on, 
but I think there are a few tweaks to make it sound a little more correct, 
try it out and judge for yourself.

Verse riff:              
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i'm not attractive today
i'm not a sight for sore eyes
i'm not an Adam or Eve
i'm just a nervous young thing
hear my voice strain as i sing
my will won't bend and then break
the crate will break and i'll fall
i couldn't help it at all

G5                   Em
i've got a license to confuse
what do we get to lose?
a license to confuse

:Verse Riff:
i guess i got what it takes
to help me make this mistake
it took a while but i learned
it took a twist but i turned
and now it's clear that i'm blind
another mountain to climb
another distance to fall
i couldn't help it at all

G5                  Em
i've got a license to confuse
what have you got to lose?
a license to confuse

           Esus4           Am7
i shouldn't sound so forlorn
regret the day i was born
cos here i am and i have been
i only need a few friends

:Verse Riff:
my hands are sweating all day
like i've been letting me down
         Esus4            Am7
like i've been letting me slide
just some nonsense on my mind
and a license to confuse
Esus4       Am7    Bm
nothing i can lose

C#m    Bm     C#m     G

C#m                Bm
bust it build it for a need
C#m                          G
here's my license that's my right
            
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