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A                        A
Three little birds, sat on my window.
D6                                     A
And they told me I don't need to worry.
A                                A
Summer came like cinnamon So sweet,
D6                                     A
Little girls double-dutch on the concrete.

Gbm           C            A                  B7
Maybe sometimes, we've got it wrong, but it's all right
Dmaj7                                Db7
The more things seem to change, the more they stay the same
              D6
Oh, don't you hesitate.

A                                      A
Girl, put your records on, tell me your favorite song
D6                      A
You go ahead, let your hair down
A                                        A
Sapphire and faded jeans, I hope you get your dreams,
D6                     A
Just go ahead, let your hair down.
Dmaj7                     Dmaj7              
You're gonna find yourself somewhere, somehow.

A                A
Blue as the sky, sunburnt and lonely,
D6                          A
Sipping tea in a bar by the roadside,
A
- just relax, just relax -
A                         A
Don't you let those other boys fool you,
D6                           A
Got to love that afro hair do.

Gb7     Db7          A                     B7
Maybe sometimes, we feel afraid, but it's alright
Dmaj7                           Db7
The more you stay the same, the more they seem to change.
                           D6
Don't you think it's strange?

A                       A
Girl, put your records on, tell me your favorite song
D6                      A
You go ahead, let your hair down
A                   A
Sapphire and faded jeans, I hope you get your dreams,
D6                     A
Just go ahead, let your hair down.
Dmaj7                      Dmaj7            
You're gonna find yourself somewhere, somehow.

Bm
'Twas more than I could take, pity for pity's sake
Gbm
Some nights kept me awake, I thought that I was stronger
Bm                                                  Dmaj7
When you gonna realise, that you don't even have to try any longer?
D6
Do what you want to.

A                                      A
Girl, put your records on, tell me your favourite song
D6                      A
You go ahead, let your hair down
A                                        A
Sapphire and faded jeans, I hope you get your dreams,
D6                     A
Just go ahead, let your hair down.

A                      A
Girl, put your records on, tell me your favourite song
D6                      A
You go ahead, let your hair down
A                  A
Sapphire and faded jeans, I hope you get your dreams,
D6                       A
Just go ahead, let your hair down.

D6                         Dmaj7            
You're gonna find yourself somewhere, somehow.    
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10 Comments

  1. Love this version but for transpose 0 the second and fifth G chords in verse 1 and 2 should be A7 chords

  2. i fimd that A D6 Dmaj7 A works well for me

  3. theloversandthedreamers

    -2 is easier for me

  4. All of this is wrong.

  5. I play A Amaj7 D6 A. Bm7 is the same as D6, so that doesn’t really sound right.

  6. And for the pre chorus, it goes Gbm C#7 A B7

  7. Ukulayla I think it’s actually A F#m D6 A.

    • actually actually, i think it sounds most accurate to the song as A B7 D6 A
      like this:
      A B7
      Three little birds, sat on my window.
      D6 A
      And they told me I don’t need to worry.
      A B7
      Summer came like cinnamon So sweet,
      D6 A
      Little girls double-dutch on the concrete.

      and so on.

    • Yes, it is an F#m6, which, although similar (relative minor) to an A, is not the same. Perhaps, because of copyright issues, all these songs contain at least one or more mistakes on purpose. This one has many.

  8. Great chords! The second A in the verse should be played as a Bm7, though, so the progression is A Bm7 D6 A rather than A A D6 A.

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