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La Complainte Du Phoque En Alaska chords

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     La complainte du phoque en Alaska - Beau Dommage
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Tabbed by: blinxjp

Tuning: normal

intro : C C G E Dm G7 C G7


Cré-[C]moé, cré-moé pas, quéqu' part [G] en Alaska [e]

Y a un [Dm] phoque qui s'ennuie [G7] en maudit [Em]

Sa [Dm] blonde est partie gagner [B7] sa vie [Em]

Dans un [Am] cirque aux [D7] Etats-Unis [G]     [G7]


Le [C]phoque est tout seul, il [G]r'garde le soleil[E]

Qui descend[Dm] doucement sur[G7] le glacier[Em]

Il [Dm]pense aux [G7]États en [B7]pleurant tout bas[Em]

C'est comme [Am]ça quand ta [D7]blonde t'a lâché[G]   [G7]


[CA [G]vaut pas la [Am]peine

De laisser[Em] ceux qu'on [Am]aime

Pour aller[Em] faire tourner[Dm]

Des ballons[G7] sur son nez[C]     [G7]

[CA fait [G]rire les enfants[Em]

ÇA dure [Em]jamais longtemps[Am]

Ça fait [Em]plus rire personne[Dm]

Quand les [G7]enfants sont [C]grands  [B7]ou [Em]ou [D7]ou  [G]ou  [G7]ou ou

Quand le  [C]phoque s'ennuie, il r'garde [G]son poil qui [E]brille

Comme les [Dm]rues de New York [G7]après la [Em]pluie    [A]

Il [Dm]rêve à Chicago[G7], à Marylin[B7] Monroe[Em]

Il voudrait[Am] voir sa [D7]blonde faire un [G]show G7  ( C C Am D7 G G7 )

C'est rien [C]qu'une histoire, j'peux pas [G]m'en faire accroire[E]

Mais des [Dm]fois j'ai l'impression qu'c'est [Em]moé    [A]

Qui est assis[Dm] sur la [G7]glace les deux [B7]mains dans la [Em]face

Mon [Am]amour est partie[D7] pis j'm'ennuie[G]    [G7]


[CA [G]vaut pas la [Am]peine

De laisser[Em] ceux qu'on [Am]aime

Pour aller[Em] faire tourner[Dm]

Des ballons[G7] sur son nez[C]     [G7]

[CA fait [G]rire les enfants[Em]

ÇA dure [Em]jamais longtemps[Am]

Ça fait [Em]plus rire personne[Dm]

Quand les [G7]enfants sont [C]grands  [B7]ou [Em]ou [D7]ou  [G]ou  [G7]ou ou


[CA [G]vaut pas la [Am]peine

De laisser[Em] ceux qu'on [Am]aime

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ofLectricity 10 May 17, 2013 05:05 PM

A nice folky version of a rather harmonically complex song (if you listen to the record). Incidentally, if you want to play this along to the record, you'll need to capo on the 3rd fret, because it's in Eb not C.

Keeping it simple, the only minor corrections (apart from the instrumental "drunken circus" bridge in the middle which a guitar strummer would not have to mimic) are these:

1. In the chorus, play Am instead of Em over "enfants".
2. Near the end of the chorus, the G7 doesn't sound right between the Dm and the C -- it is better merely to walk up from the Dm playing the notes D, E, F and then the C chord over "grands".
3. At the end of each verse it is worth sticking a Gmaj7 between the G and the G7 (in other words, to descend chromatically from G to F# to F on the high-e string).
4. And I guess it goes without saying, still keeping it simple, to walk up to the C-chord at the start of each verse and chorus from the G7 at the end of the previous part (that is, the standard single-note phrase G to A to B to C-chord).

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