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You Am I, Mr Milk Tabs (ver.2)

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Mr Milk Tabs (ver.2)

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                Key of B

Intro riff
E------------------------------------------
B-0------0-----2-h-4--2-p-0-------------
G----1------------------------------------
D------------------------------------------
A------------------------------------------
E-------------------------------------------
h = hammer on
p = pull off
Repeat this four times before chords begin

B B B B
(B)I'm sure I could make her hand fit mine.
(C#m)If I deliver these custard trays on (B)time.
Four-thirty am ding-dong rise.
(C#m)Kiss a photo with a beam from the ashtray (B)light.
I'm sure I could (D#m)deliver better
(C#m)if I pretended I'd (E)never met her. 
(B)She said she'd (D#m)love me sweeter
(C#m)if we made it to the (B)pier for dinner. E B B B B
(B)Seven months in a ditch for the ring kept for her decide.
(C#m)If my milk truck's gonna be her chariot (B)ride. 
Four-thirty am ding-dong rise.
(C#m)Morning sun makes my sour heart pasteu-(B)-rize.
I'm sure I could (D#m)deliver better
(C#m)if I pretended I'd (E)never met her. 
(B)She said she'd (D#m)love me sweeter
(C#m)if we made it to the (B)pier for dinner. E B B
Bridge
(D#m)Welsh rarebit with a (G#m)new dress on.
(C#m)If that ain't enough to (E)make you smile.
(D#m)But every Kintail (G#m)Road kid knows
(C#m)When she's around their (E)cheese goes dry.
Outro
B	D#m	G#m	E	Repeat six times

Chord formations
B	799877
C#m	446654
D#m	668876
E	476454
G#m	466444
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