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   G
You're a part time lover and a full time friend
Cmaj7
The monkey on you're back is the latest trend
G
I don't see what anyone can see, in anyone else
Cmaj7
But you


G
I kiss you on the brain in the shadow of a train
Cmaj7
I kiss you all starry eyed, my body's swinging from side to side
G
I don't see what anyone can see, in anyone else
Cmaj7
But you


G
Here is the church and here is the steeple
Cmaj7
We sure are cute for two ugly people
G
I don't see what anyone can see, in anyone else
Cmaj7
But you


G
The pebbles forgive me, the trees forgive me
Cmaj7
So why can't, you forgive me?
G
I don't see what anyone can see, in anyone else
Cmaj7
But you


G
I will find my nitch in your car
Cmaj7
With my mp3 DVD rumple-packed guitar
G
I don't see what anyone can see, in anyone else
Cmaj7
But you


G
Du du du du du du dudu
Cmaj7
Du du du du du du dudu
G                     Cmaj7
Du du du du du du dudu du


G
Up up down down left right left right b a start
Cmaj7
Just because we use cheats doesn't mean we're not smart
G
I don't see what anyone can see, in anyone else
Cmaj7
But you


G
You are always trying to keep it real
Cmaj7
I'm in love with how you feel
G
I don't see what anyone can see, in anyone else
Cmaj7
But you


G
We both have shiny happy fits of rage
Cmaj7
You want more fans, I want more stage
G
I don't see what anyone can see, in anyone else
Cmaj7
But you


G
Don Quixote was a steel driving man
Cmaj7
My name is Adam I'm your biggest fan
G
I don't see what anyone can see, in anyone else
Cmaj7
But you


G
Squinched up your face and did a dance
Cmaj7
You shook a little turd out of the bottom of your pants
G
I don't see what anyone can see, in anyone else
Cmaj7
But you


G
Du du du du du du dudu
Cmaj7
Du du du du du du dudu
G                     Cmaj7 
Du du du du du du dudu du
G
But you    
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11 Comments

  1. String pattern?

  2. It sounds very nice to play Amin7 (all open strings :D) at the end of each verse. Instead of playing the full 8 count of Cmaj7 on the “but you” line, play 4 counts Cmaj7 and 4 counts Amin7. I think it adds a bit more depth

  3. @Peatree that’s another inversion of a C chord :) And yeah, using C instead of Cmaj7 sounds fine, too, although that version of C makes it a bit harder than it needs to be

  4. grishacute

    Oh, sorry! I mean G, Cmaj7, C, G, Cmaj7
    For example: G, Cmaj7 (… is the latest), C (… trend)
    G, Cmaj7

  5. grishacute

    I think, that G, Cmaj7, G, C, Cmaj7 sounds much better than without C

  6. i like using B chord, but down a fret, instead of Cmaj7. Almost like Bflat but sliding down instead of up; if that makes sense.

    (If you know the name of this chord that’d be great!)

  7. I absolutely love this song!

  8. Sounds better with Cadd9 rather than Cmaj7 :)

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