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Very easy song from BNL's 2007 album "Barenaked Ladies Are Men". I determined 
these chords by watching the "Bathroom Sessions" version. These chords should be 
pretty close to perfect.

-Standard Tuning-

-No Capo-

The chords are played as follows:
Cmaj7:    300021
Cmaj7(2): 300022
C:        320033
G:        xx0232
Fadd9:    x32033
C/E:      x20033
Gsus4:    x00233
Am7:      022033

[Intro]
Cmaj7, Cmaj7(2) [x4]

[Verse 1]
(N.C.)                  C   G  Fadd9      Cmaj7  Cmaj7(2) [Palm mute]
Pretty soon you will be wan-ti-ng me to go
(N.C.)                 C  G  Fadd9    Cmaj7  Cmaj7(2) [Palm mute]
And I will only be the en-e-my you know
(N.C.)                  C   G  Fadd9         Cmaj7  Cmaj7(2) [Palm mute]
Pretty soon you will be nee-di-ng me to leave
(N.C.)                       C  G   Fadd9
But know that you and I will al-wa-ys be naive

[Chorus]
C               C/E                  Fadd9
Maybe you'll forgive the things that I forgot
C               C/E             Fadd9
Maybe you're forgetting all the times we fought
C               C/E          Fadd9
Maybe we should divvy up the things we bought
    Gsus4
But maybe not

[Bridge]
C            Gsus4          Am7      Fadd9  Cmaj7  Cmaj7(2)
Why don't we lay down on the kitchen floor
C           Gsus4           Am7  Fadd9  Cmaj7  Cmaj7(2)
All that we say we had with us before?
C              Gsus4             Am7    Fadd9  Cmaj7  Cmaj7(2)
We'll find our way to what we're looking for
C       Gsus4         Am7     Fadd9  Cmaj7  Cmaj7(2)
By separating what is mine from yours

[Instrumental]
Cmaj7, Cmaj7(2) [x4]

[Verse 2]
(N.C.)                  C   G  Fadd9       Cmaj7  Cmaj7(2)
Pretty soon I'll be the one you hold at bay
    C       Gsus4 C            G  Fadd9    Cmaj7  Cmaj7(2)
And then forever  I'll be good as gold lamé
C Gsus4 C                          G  Fadd9        Cmaj7  Cmaj7(2)
I know your heart cannot be bought or sold for much
C      Gsus4        C         G  Fadd9         Cmaj7  Cmaj7(2)
Donder maar op, consider yourself told in Dutch

[Bridge]
And we can argue 'till our throats are sore
About how far you take a metaphor
You always deign to see the glass half filled
And now it seems to me the half glass spilled

[Chorus]
Maybe you'll forgive the things that I forgot.
Maybe you're forgetting all the times we fought.
Maybe we should divvy up the things we bought.
But maybe
Maybe you'll forgive the things that I forgot
Maybe you're forgetting all the times we fought
Maybe we should divvy up the things we bought
But maybe not
C, C/E, Fadd9, Gsus4
               Maybe not
C, C/E, Fadd9, Gsus4
               Maybe not
C, C/E, Fadd9, Gsus4
               Maybe not

[Outro]
C, C/E, Fadd9, Gsus4

[End on C]
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