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Vampire Weekend, Walcott Chords (ver.3)

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Walcott Chords (ver.3)

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                WALCOTT
VAMPIRE WEEKEND

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Capo:3 standard tuning

intro
D A G D x2

verse 1

D
Walcott, Don't you know
          A
That it's insane? Don't you want to
    G
Get out of Cape Cod?
                  D
Out of Cape Cod tonight?

D
Walcott, Mystic seaport
        A
Is that that way, Don't you know
          G
That your life could be lost?
                  D
Out of Cape Cod tonight

D A G D x2

D
Walcott, Don't you know
          A
That it's insane? Don't you want to
    G
Get out of Cape Cod?
                  D
Out of Cape Cod tonight?

D
Walcott, The Bottleneck
     A
Is a sh*t-show, Hyannisport
     G
Is a ghetto
                  D
Out of Cape Cod tonight

    Bm
The Lobster's Claw
   A
Is sharp as knives
Bm
Evil feasts
   A
On human lives
    G          Em
The Holy Roman Empire
          A
Roots for you

D A G D x2

D
Walcott, All the way to
    A
New Jersey, All the way to
    G
The Garden State
                  D
Out of Cape Cod tonight

D
Walcott, f**k the women
     A
G 
Provincetown
                       D
Heed my words and take flight

D
Walcott, Don't you know
          A
That it's insane? Don't you want to
    G
Get out of Cape Cod?
                  D
Out of Cape Cod tonight?

D
Walcott, Don't you know
          A
That it's insane? Don't you want to
    G
Get out of Cape Cod?
                  D
Out of Cape Cod tonight?

D
Walcott, Don't you know
          A
That it's insane? Don't you want to
    G
Get out of Cape Cod?
                  D
Out of Cape Cod tonight?

D
Walcott, Don't you know
          A
That it's insane? Don't you want to
    G
Get out of Cape Cod?
                  D
Out of Cape Cod tonight?
            

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