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Sunday Best Chords (ver.1)

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Sunday Best Chords (ver.1)

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                Washington

Capo 3rd fret
All chords relative to capo


e  -3-|	this is
B -3-|	“A~”
G -0-|	chord
D -2-|	---		intro/verse 1 riff:
A -0-|			A --2-2---2-2-2--2-2-2--2-5-5-0-0|
E –x-|			E --3-3---3-3-3--3-3-3--3-3-3-3-3|

Intro: A string riff

Verse 1 = 2 string riff

We get sick when we get started 

What you got is what you wanted 

I sleep in a lake of navy 
						C	G
I know how many times you played my song 

 D		C		G
Thirty one, thirty one 

G
And the colour of my modern

Heart broken smile, broken heart 

I wonder how you ever made it 
				     C		G
Holy sh*t, you sure can turn it on 

	D				C
Twenty one, twenty one, twenty one 

G
Do ya, do ya, do ya know what's 

In my head when I'm below you? 

Do I, do I, do I know you? 
					C	G
Do I, do I, do I make you hum? 

 D			     C				G
Everybody's got somebody that they're looking for 
(repeat) 




Am				  D
I want you to make a mess of me 
	                         G
In all my Sunday best, I'll get dressed 

I'll get ready. 



Em
Hold it, hold it, hold it steady 
Am
I will take the time to make it 
D
Just to give you the chance to break it 


|C    	|B/G	A~|	G	|D/F#	A~|	(repeat x3)

G
We get sick when we get started 

What you got is what you wanted 

What you got is broken-hearted, broken-hearted, watch you 
		C
When you wonder how you ever made it 
G
I start shaking when you shake it 
D		   C		      G
Holy sh*t, you sure can turn it on 

G
Ah do ya, do ya, do ya know what 

in my heat when I'm below you? 

Do I, do I, do I know you? 
				C		G
Do I, do I, do I make you hum? 

D			    C			      G
Everybody's got somebody that they're look for 
(repeat) 

G
We get sick when we get started 

What you got is what you wanted 

What you wanted





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