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Conor Oberst And The Mystic Valley Band
                I'm pretty sure this is correct. I'm not sure why there's 
two pages for Conor Oberst, but this seems to be the better one.

Intro: G Bm C Em x 2 (Bass Drum comes in on that last Em, if I'm not mistaken)

Over these chords is this...add a little flare as you hear in the song.

e|----------------------------------0-----------------------------------------|
B|--/4------------/4------------------0---------------------------------------|
G|--/3-3/2-0----0-/3----------0---------2-0---0--4/2-0--2 0---0-2---2-0---0---|
D|-----------/2----------0/2----2-----------2---------------2-----------2-----|
A|--------------------3-------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------0-------------------------------------------|


Verse: (hm..Dylan, much?)

G                       Bm
All the peacock people left the plumes in a pile
C              Em
They look good to fold
        G                 Bm
And the Gulf water's warm like a bathtub
C                          D
Full of lavender and epsom salt

      G                        Bm
See a bleach blond boy put his longboard down
C                               Em
Help his girl get her sunscreen on
  G                         Bm
I thought about you in your little house
              C                     D
Think you're lonely but I could be wrong and...

C            D
I wanna be a bootlegger
C                          D
Wanna mix you up something strange
C                      D
Braid your hair like a sister
C                   D
Maim you like a hurricane



...considering time restraints

Chorus: G D C Em G D C

And that's most of it. 


Great Album.
            
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