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Jet - Sgt Major Chords

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Sgt Major Chords

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                "(1)
Band:Jet
Album:Get Born

Intro is just the A chord

-first Verse-
A  
Wake up major and stitch on your hat
F#minor
You fell out of bed, and then you landed in the cache
C#               A2
So whats in your diary today?
A
Call on your main man, what can he do for you?
F#minor
Hang out with stupid, so you can tell him what to do
C#     A2         
Major, this is your day

-Pre Chorus-
F#       C#          A2                     E5
Livin' alone in a jar never gets you very far

-Chorus-
G                     F#minor
He can read your mind, make you feel alright 
C#         A2                 E5
Sgt. Major knows what you want
G                     F#minor
He knows who you are, one day you'll be a star
C#        A2                 E5
Sgt Major knows what you want

Take out your paper and throw it all away
Everything is useless ain't got a lot to say
Major this is your way

The major is drowning 'cause he opened his mouth
He starts to explain it, but nothing's coming out
Major what can you say?

I hope that you like who you are
Cause livin' alone in a jar never gets you very far

-The chorus is the same-

Bridge
A2
I know that you think that you made it
A2
I know what I meant to say
A2
While you looked in the mirror 
C#
I was getting away
E5
For you there is ther is nothing to say

-Chorus-

Then play C#, A2, E5 till the end

Chords used
  -0-        -2-   -5-   -5-   -x-   -2-
  -2-        -2-   -7-   -5-   -x-   -2-
A -2- F#minor-2- C#-7- A2-6- E5-x- F#-3- 
  -2-        -4-   -7-   -7-   -2-   -4-
  -0-        -4-   -5-   -7-   -2-   -4-
  -0-        -2-   -5-   -5-   -0-   -2-
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