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Of Montreal - Du Og Meg Chords

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Du Og Meg Chords

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                this is my interpretation of Kevin Barnes guitar of this amazing song about a boy and a 


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G

G                       C
She fell in love with a boy
                      G
Who spoke a second language
        C                G
And who lived across the ocean
D
In the evil empire

G                      C
He awoke her sleeping heart
                      G
And swept away the darkness
    C            G
An acute fear of flying
D
Couldn't keep her away


G C G C G D


G                  C
She landed on her feet
                        G
And joined his fledgling rock group
      C                G
As they toured the evil empire
D
Selling t-shirts at the shows

G                       C
She taught him what was real
                       G
She taught him he was okay
          C                       G
That his thoughts were not just rubbish
D
That he had something good to give

Am
Still his heart was so ambivalent and hopesick
                       G     Bm
Of her he wasn't ever sure
Am
But she gave in so sweetly that the spirit said
                     Em       D
"Boy, you better go run to her (run to her)"

G                                   C
So when she split, he hopped on a plane
                          G
With his parents and his brother
   C                 G
He told her that he loved her
D
They were married in the summer


G C G C G D (x2)
Am
Bm G


pretty easy, just listen to the song to get the rhythm right
            
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