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Wingnut Dishwashers Union - Do You Wanna Go To Party Town Ukulele

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Do You Wanna Go To Party Town Ukulele

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Wingnut Dishwashers Union
E|--0-----------       <--|theres your Em...(in the intro the D chord would be played 
after this, before the b7)

E|--------2-----|          ... and the B7

Intro (use that bass line thing here): Em D B7

Dm                                             E7
Well I'm afraid that the circles we've been drinking ourselves in
                                         Dm         C        E7
aren't big enough for the vowels that we try to fit inside of them
Dm                                              E7
When I was young I drank too much and I'd be lying if I said

I didn't feel so god damn young tonight
Dm             C
Maybe too young
to ask what's on my mind
F                                 Dm
like if freedom means doing what you want well
E7                     Dm
don't we gotta want something?
And wont you tell me that
C                                  E7
we want something more than just more beer

than just more beer!

Dm C Dm E7
Dm Dm E7 x3
F E7 C Dm

F                                   Dm
And on the night that I play my last show
          E7                            Dm
I'll be screaming so hard that my heart explodes!
And I'll be singing
C                          E7
Yea I'll be singing we are free

Yea we are free!
F           Dm
Oh but wont you promise me
E7                               Dm
that we wont ever forget what that means
F                            C
I know it's hard to give a sh*t sometimes
but promise me we'll always try
F                    Dm
Cause I don't wanna hate you
E7                  Dm
And I don't wanna hate me
F                 C                       E7
And I don't wanna have to hate everything anymore

Outro: Dm C Dm E7

end on Em

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