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Disco 20 Chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
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Date: Wed, 22 Nov 1995 12:43:20 +0100
From: XD321DT01@ntu.ac.uk (D.TWISLETON)
Subject: COrrect chords for Disco 2000 by Pulp

from: Christian Korbanka, Cologne, Germany
e-mail: Christian_Korbanka@msn.com
lyrics and chords of: Disco 2000 by Pulp

Suggestions and corrections are always welcome!
date: 11/12/95
Dave Twisleton: For some reason, Christian likes putting chords in
the wrong order, and then rearranging mine too.  So I'd better correct these!

[F and Bb are played with an Fsus4 (well probably with a 6 too, but I
can't work that out right.  Sus4 will do!) like
F Fsus4 F   F F F F Fsus4 F   (1 strum for each chord there)  Listen
to the song and it'll make sense]

[Intro]
F  Fsus4  Bb  Bbsus4

              F
Well we were born within an hour of each other

Our mothers said we could be sister and brother
                Bb
Your name is Deborah. Deborah - it never suited you

              F
Oh and they said that when we grew up

We4d get married and never split up
          Bb
We never did it, although I often I thought of it

                      Cm   [Csus2]
Oh Deborah, do you recall?
                      Cm                          Cm
Your house was very small with wood-chips on the wall
                       Cm                           F
When I came around to call you didn4t notice me at all

             Bb
And I said "Let4s all meet up in the year 2000
 Dm                                         Gm
Won4t it be strange when we4re all fully grown?
                             Cm               Fsus4  F
Be there two o4clock by the fountain down the ro-----ad"

Bb
I never knew that you4d get married
Dm                                 Gm
I would be living down here on my own
                         Cm            F
On that damp and loney Thursday years ago

               F
You were the first girl in school to get breasts

Martyn said that you were the best
              Bb
The boys all loved you but I was a mess

I had to watch them try to get you undressed

          F
We were friends that was as far as it went

I used to walk you home sometimes but it meant
                      Bb
Oh, it meant nothing to you - cos you were oh so popular
                    Cm
Oh Deborah, do you recall?

Your house was very small with wood-chips on the wall
                                                    F
When I came around to call you didn4t notice me at all

              Bb
And I said "Let4s all meet up in the year 2000
Dm                                         Gm
Won4t it be strange when we4re all fully grown?
                             Cm                F
Be there two o4clock by the fountain down the road"

Bb
I never knew that you4d get married
Dm                                Gm
I would be living down here on my own
                        Cm             F
On that damp and loney Thursday years ago

F  Bb

Oh yeah, oh yeah

                     Cm
Oh Deborah, do you recall?

Your house was very small with wood-chips on the wall
                                                   F
When I came around to call you didn4t notice me at all

             Bb
And I said "Let4s all meet up in the year 2000
Dm                                        Gm
Won4t it be strange when we4re all fully grown?
                              Cm                F
Be there two o4clock by the fountain down the road"

Bb
I never knew that you4d get married
Dm                                Gm
I would be living down here on my own
                          Cm           F
On that damp and loney Thursday years ago

     Bb
Oh, what are you doing Sunday, baby?
Dm
Would you like to come and meet me maybe?
Gm                            Cm     F
You can even bring your baby, oh.

     Bb
Oh, what are you doing Sunday, baby?
Dm
Would you like to come and meet me maybe?
Gm                            Cm     F
You can even bring your baby, oh.    ooh oh oh oh....

[Note: this is the album version, the 7" is slightly different!]
Dave Twisleton
xd321dt01@ntu.ac.uk
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