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Two Way Monologue Acoustic Chords

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This is the radio edit not the album version the strum is a little different and varies 
on the verse but it's pretty easy.

Chords:
A:577655
F#m:244222
Bm:x24432
E:022100
E7:020100
Dmaj7:x57675
D7:x57575

A
Ma!
A
If it's worth the made up smiles, the quiet fights
F#m
Oh mother!
F#m
It is hard not to look in the mirror's eye
A
I have come to this while you have come along
A         F#m                                         Bm      E    E7
So it's alright if you change your mind the other way around again
E7                   Bm      E    E7
I shouldn't have to spell my name

             Dmaj7                               A
So start the two way monologues that speak your mind
A             Dmaj7                              A     E
We're talking two way monologues with words that rhyme

A
We
A
can't reclaim the shirts we threw away last twirl
F#m                                    Bm          E    E7
Uncurl the note-in-pocket, personal brochures that dust
E7                          Bm    E    E7
Machine-washed, that's how paper rusts

   A1      Amaj7   A7 x2   D7 x2   Dm7 x2
e -0-0- - -0-0- - -0-0- - -2-2- - -1- - -1-|
B -2- -2- -2- -2- -2- -2- -2- -2- - -0- - -|
G -2- - -2-1- - -1-0- - -0-2- - -2- - -2- -|
D -2- - - -2- - - -2- - - -0- - - - - - - -|
A -0- - - -0- - - -0- - - - - - - - - - - -|
E - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -|


A1  Amaj7      A7              A7               D7    D7  Dm7 Dm7
Days you spend wanting some of Michael Landon's grace
       F#m                                            Bm
strike back, now they shape your life as stony as his face
   E  E7                   Bm        E   E7
Oh no! I shouldn't have to spell his name

             Dmaj7                              A
So start the two way monologues that speak your mind
A         Dmaj7                              A
Start the two way monologues with words that rhyme
A         Dmaj7                              A
Start the two way monologues that speak your mind
A             D7                 A
We're talking two way monologues

Solo Break: Dmaj7, A

             Dmaj7                              A
So start the two way monologues that speak your mind
A         Dmaj7                              A
Start the two way monologues with words that rhyme
A         Dmaj7                              A
Start the two way monologues that speak your mind
A             D7                 A
We're talking two way monologues

End on: A
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lion1 wrote on May 27 2008, 09:55 pm

great tab! i've seen your performance on youtube as well, well done :)

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poppenstank wrote on June 1 2008, 04:35 am

thank you very much glad someone noticed that

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deadbug321 wrote on June 4 2008, 11:24 am

just wanted to add. in the chorus the second Dmaj7 is actually a Dmmaj7, you just need to drop the third. he does it often at the end of the song too. just listen for when it sounds a bit more tense than usual, and that is it.

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