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A Penny Loafer Saved Is A Penny Loafer Earned Chords

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               A PENNY LOAFER SAVED IS A PENNY LOAFER EARNED     RELIENT K
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Tabbed by:hurricaneherman
Tuning:Standard

Here are the chords for Relient K's song "A Penny Loafer Saved Is A Penny
Loafer Earned" from their album The Bird And The Bee Side.

Thank you to gypsy.fish.9 for the correction and improvement to this tab. 10-27-14

*Chords listed at end

~VERSE~

C
Brian and me well we both agree that
                       G
That penny loafers are absurd
C
'Cause I don't know why on earth that you would take your two cents worth
                             G
And stick them in your girly shoes
Am         Am(maj7)         Am7 F#m7b5         F(let ring)
And Dave replied well after all     why not at least us quarters
                            F      F#m
So then you can make a phone call

~VERSE 2~

(F#m)        A                 D
It's finally time time for our victory lap
             A D             E     F#m
Assembled in B just one last turn
             A                     D
The matchbox tires spin out on the welcome mat
                    A             D                 E
And the fireman are tired men who can't put out the rug burn
            F                        G                             Am
And they say cut your hair short and then walk through an airport
  Am(maj7) Am7           F        Am
So you can dream of destinations

~PRE-CHORUS~

(Am)                                                  Am(maj7)
Cut your hair short and then walk through an airport
(Am(maj7))                                            Am7
Cut your hair short and then walk through an airport
(Am7)                            F
While all the while your singing good vibrations

~CHORUS~

There are three different vocal parts weaving in and out here, but I put down
the most prominent.

(F)
Your singing good vibrations

Your singing good good good good vibrations

Singing good good good good vibrations
                                C
Singing good good good we both agree
        F
Humming good good good hmm hmm hmm hmm

*Chords used
       C     G     Am  Am(maj7) Am7  F#m7b5  F    F#m    A     D     E
e|-----0-----3-----0------0------0-----0-----1-----2-----0-----2-----0-----|
B|-----1-----0-----1------1------1-----1-----1-----2-----2-----3-----0-----|
G|-----0-----0-----2------1------0-----2-----2-----2-----2-----2-----1-----|
D|-----2-----0-----2------2------2-----4-----3-----4-----2-----0-----2-----|
A|-----3-----2-----0------0------0-----x-----3-----4-----0-----x-----2-----|
E|-----x-----3-----x------x------x-----x-----1-----2-----x-----x-----0-----|

If you want to play that riff after the first G chord, you just play the
fifth string open, and then hammer-on to the third fret.

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I love this song and had wanted to play it, but no one had put anything up
for it(except drums which I don't play), so I tabbed the chords out real
quick. I'm also tabbing the whole thing out for guitar pro.

Peace, Love, I'm out.
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gypsy.fish.9 wrote on October 23 2014, 04:23 pm

I believe you're missing a transitional chord in the Am sequence.
Like in this instance:
Am Am(maj7) Am7 F#m7b5 F
And Dave replied well after all why not at least use quarters

F#m7b5
e|--0-|
B|--1-|
G|--2-|
D|--4-|
A|--x-|
E|--x-|

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hurricaneherman wrote on October 27 2014, 04:23 pm

Thanks for letting me know. I was definitely missing that transition.

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