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Dm                                       Bb
Climbing out back the door, didn't leave a mark
A
No one knows it's you Miss Jackson
Dm
Found another victim
Bb                                                  A
But no one's ever gonna find Miss Jackson

Interlude:
Dm  C  Dm  C  Dm  C  Bb  A

Verse:
Dm                            C
You put a sour little flavor in my mouth now
Dm                                   C
You move in circles hoping no one's gonna find out
Dm
But we're so lucky,
                           C
Kiss the ring and let 'em bow down
Bb                                         A
Looking for the time of your life


Dm                                 C
a pretty picture but the scenery is so loud,
Dm                                      C
a face like heaven catching lighting in your nightgown,
Dm                                 C
But back away from the water, babe, you might drown-
Bb                               A
The party isn't over tonight

Pre-Chorus:
Dm    C
He-eyy
Bb                                           C
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Dm    C
He-eyy
Bb
Out the back door
  A
Goddamn
But I love her anyway
Dm  C                         Bb C
       I love her anyway
                     Dm   C
I love her anyway
Bb
Out the back door
      A
Goddamn
But I love her anyway

Chorus:
Dm
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
         C
Miss Jackson

Are you nasty?


Bb
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
        C
Miss Jackson

Are you nasty?


Dm
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
         C
Miss Jackson
                       Bb
Are you nasty?
                      A
Are you nasty?

I love her anyway

Bridge:
Dm      C
Ohhhh
Bb                                             C
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Dm      C
Ohhhh
Bb
Out the back door
       A
Goddamn
But I love her anyway

Verse:
Dm                       C
Way down 'til the fire finally dies out
Dm                                                            C
You've got 'em wrapped around your finger

Watch 'em fall down
Dm                                               C
There's something beautiful and tragic in the fall out-
Bb                                  A
Let me say it one more time

-tragic in the fall out-

Pre-Chorus:
Dm    C
He-eyy
Bb                                           C
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Dm    C
He-eyy
Bb
Out the back door
  A
Goddamn
But I love her anyway
Dm  C                         Bb C
       I love her anyway
                     Dm   C
I love her anyway
Bb
Out the back door
      A
Goddamn
But I love her anyway

Chorus:
Dm
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
         C
Miss Jackson

Are you nasty?


Bb
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
        C
Miss Jackson

Are you nasty?


Dm
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
         C
Miss Jackson
                       Bb
Are you nasty?
                      A
Are you nasty?

I love her anyway

Bridge:
Dm      C
Ohhhh
Bb                                             C
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Dm      C
Ohhhh
Bb
Out the back door
       A
Goddamn
But I love her anyway


Dm                                       Bb
Climbing out back the door, didn't leave a mark
A
No one knows it's you Miss Jackson
Dm
Found another victim
Bb                                                  A
But no one's ever gonna find Miss Jackson


N.C
I love her anyway

Chorus:
Dm
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
         C
Miss Jackson

Are you nasty?


Bb
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
        C
Miss Jackson

Are you nasty?


Dm
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
         C
Miss Jackson
                       Bb
Are you nasty?
                      A
Are you nasty?

I love her anyway

Bridge:
Dm      C
Ohhhh
Bb                                             C
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Dm      C
Ohhhh
Bb
Out the back door
       A
Goddamn
But I love her anyway
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44 Comments

  1. +7 and -5 are the same chords, but in a different order. however, i like to switch between the two and i replace e with e minor. it still sounds good.

  2. Pros eat waffles

    If you do dm instead of e on +7 It sounds good

  3. if you’re playing -5, i replaced E with E7 and it sounded better imo

  4. frickindeliasmith

    If you can play E, then -5 is super easy

  5. Ashley Frias

    Does anyone know the strumming pattern?

  6. I use -5 and sub E for a C and it sounds better imho.

    • Greyson Dawn

      If you click on 0, even though it’s already on 0, it will give you the correct chords that most people use, including the version I wanted to play, the one Dodie Clark (doddleoddle) uses.

  7. a Dm sounds great subbed for an E on -5

  8. bearstronaut

    chucking in the pre-chorus and bridge sounds nice
    plucking all four strings at the beginning once for each chord
    plucking all four strings twice for the verses
    i recommend also plucking all the strings in the chorus for each “miss jackson”

  9. whats the best strum p

  10. whats a good stumming pattern

  11. seeing as i’m a kid i can’t play e so i play e minor and it sounds better btw

  12. CharlieThatAwkwardThing

    i love this. Thanks :)

  13. it’s not “no ones EVER gonna find miss jackson” It’s” No ones GONNA find miss jackson’

  14. Anjaaaaaaaaaaa

    +5 is super super easy :)

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