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Lumineers - Classy Girls Chords

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Classy Girls Chords

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Tuning: standard
Capo: 3rd fret

Chords used:
A:       x.0.2.2.2.x
D:       x.x.0.2.3.x
E:       0.2.2.1.0.0
Asus4:   x.0.2.2.3.x
E6:      0.4.2.1.0.0
E7:      0.2.0.1.0.0
fp:      finger-pick
st:      strum

Note:
Part: E E6 E7 E (emphasis on bass walkthrough: B C# D E) 

Intro: (fp)
A   D   E  D  A

Verse: (fp)
    A                
Welllll, she was standing in the bar
     D              
I said, "Hello, how do you do?"
    E           D                  A Asus4 A
She handed me a beer with a kangaroo

Verse: (fp)
She spoke of places I had never been
That she had traveled to
And we slowed danced along to faster tunes

Verse: (fp)
I made her laugh, I made a pass, I showed her my half dollar ring
She said, "That's pretty cool,
But classy girls don't kiss in bars, you fool"

Break: 
(fp) A   D   
(st) E E6 E7 E A

Verse: (st)
So later on the crowd calmed down
And I believe it was as if
Something drew me closer to her lips

Verse: (st)
So picture my surprise when 
I had tried to lean in for a kiss
And she just smiled and turned her head down

Verse: (st)
I asked her, "Why?" and she replied,
"It was nothing I was doing wrong, its just what it is"
No, classy girls don't kiss in bars like this

Ending: (st)
    D                  E
No, classy girls don't kiss in bars
D                     E
Boys will break their backs and hearts
    D                A               E      E6  E7  E
But its alright, the hardest part is through
E  E6 E7 E
Oh through
E  E6 E7 E
Oh
E  E6 E7 E
Oh
E  E6 E7 E    A (end)
Hardest Part
            
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