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Early To The Party chords

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  • Sure Andy Shauf plays this in a different tuning, but here it is in standard.
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Sure Andy Shauf plays this in a different tuning, but here it is in standard. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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F5* x3x56x

[Intro Melody]
e|-1--2--1--2--1--2--1--2----4--4--4-----------6-------------------------4------|
B|-2--2--2--2--2--2--2--2----6--7--6-----------6---6--6--6--6--6--6--6---4------|
G|-3--3--3--3--3--3--3--3----5--5--5---------------8--8--6--6--5--5--6---5------|
D|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|     x2
A|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

[Verse]
F#                              Ab
Early to the party, you’re the first one there
D#m                       Ab
Overdressed and under prepared
F#                                 Ab
Standing in the kitchen, stressing out the host
D#m                         Ab      D#m  D
Pulling teeth ’til anyone arrives

F#
e|----------------------|
B|---6------------4-----|
G|------3--5--6---------|
D|----------------------|     x2
A|----------------------|
E|----------------------|

F#                               Ab
Excuse yourself and smoke a cigarette outside
D#m                                     Ab
There’s three new faces coming up the drive
F#                                  Ab
Exhale nervous greetings as they shuffle past
D#m                       Ab        D#m   D
Can’t he ever show up on time

F#
e|----------------------|
B|---6------------4-----|
G|------3--5--6---------|
D|----------------------|     x2
A|----------------------|
E|----------------------|

[Chorus]
C#               F5*
Bird on the wall
          B                   D#m           
Catcher calling all the shots
          B                   D#m
Catcher tying you in knots
               F5*
Won’t let you leave

[Bass Riff]
e|-----------------------------------|
B|-----------------------------------|
G|-----------------------------------|
D|-1h3--1---1h3--1-------------------|  
A|-------------------4--3--1---------|
E|----------------------------4------|

[String Interlude]
F#  Ab  D#m  Ab  x4   D#m  D

[Verse]
F#
What happened to manners? 
                   Ab
I guess he’s had a few
D#m                                   Ab
He’s talking shit, he never thinks of you
F#                                           Ab
So bite your lip and watch him walk off with his friends
D#m                         Ab    D#m  D
Leaving you all alone once again

F#
e|----------------------|
B|---6------------4-----|
G|------3--5--6---------|
D|----------------------|     x2
A|----------------------|
E|----------------------|

[Chorus]
C#             F5*
Bird on the wall
           B             D#m  
Catcher calling all the shots  x3
          B             D#m
Catcher tying you in knots
                  Ab     
Never lets you leave

            
            
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mattm1212 10 Sep 07, 2017 05:57 PM

I find it makes more sense to play it with a capo on 1, so you can play the intro like 210 --> 211 --> 210 more easily, plus then you can play an open C for the C#.

Also, this is nitpicky, but the Ab should be listed as a G# since you chose to frame this all in the key of C#.

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