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Master And Servant Chords

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Master and Servant
From the 101 Songbook

(If I have to type (no3rd) one more time, I'm gonna kill somebody...)

Intro:

It's a lot (it's a lot)
It's a lot (it's a lot)
It's a lot (it's a lot)
It's a lot like life.

B(no3rd)

Intro:

B(no3rd)  E(no3rd) D(no3rd) F#m/C# B(no3rd)

Verse 1:

E(no3rd) D(no3rd)

B(no3rd)                       E(no3rd)   D(no3rd)
There's a new game, we like to play you see,
B(no3rd)          D(no3rd) F(no3rd)
A game with added reality,
    B(no3rd)                   E(no3rd)
You treat me like a dog, get me down on my knees,
B(no3rd)   E(no3rd)   D(no3rd)
We call it master and servant.
B(no3rd)   E(no3rd)   D(no3rd)
We call it master and servant.

B(no3rd) Bm
E(no3rd) D(no3rd) F#m/C# B(no3rd)

Verse 2:

E(no3rd) D(no3rd)

       Bm                   E(no3rd)          Bm/D
It's a lot like life, this play between the sheets,
    Bm               D         F(no3rd)
with you on top, and me underneath.
    Bm           E      Em
Forget all about equality,
B(no3rd)   E(no3rd)   D(no3rd)
let's play master and servant,
B(no3rd)   E(no3rd)   D(no3rd)
let's play master and servant.

Bridge:
       E(no3rd)                       B(no3rd)
It's a lot like life, and that's what appealing,
    E(no3rd)         E(no3rd)  F#(no3rd)
If you despise that throwaway feeling
        E(no3rd)
from disposable fun,
        F#(no3rd)
then this is the one,

Verse 3 (same as 1 and 2):

Domination's the name of the game
In bed or in life, They're both just the same
Except in one you're fulfilled
At the end of the day,
Let's play master and servant.
Let's play master and servant.

Bridge 2: (notice key has changed)

It's a lot (it's a lot)
It's a lot (it's a lot)
It's a lot (it's a lot)
It's a lot like life.

       F#(no3rd)                       C#(no3rd)
It's a lot like life, and that's what appealing,
    F#(no3rd)         F#(no3rd)  G#(no3rd)
If you despise that throwaway feeling
        F#(no3rd)
from disposable fun,
        G#(no3rd)
then this is the one,

Coda:

C#(no3rd)     F#(no3rd)
  Let's play, master and servant (come on)
C#(no3rd)  F#(no3rd)  E(no3rd)
  Come on, master and servant. (repeat several times)

Last time:
         C#(no3rd) E(no3rd) C#(no3rd)
Come on, master and servant.
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RataBlanca wrote on February 17 2007, 10:01 pm

A chord with no third is a power chord. It's written as B5 (or whatever the chord might be)

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