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TRUE BLUE : Bright Eyes

Bright Eyes is awesome and Conor Oberst has this awesome way of just fitting this
whole song into a little blue format! Its awesome!

This is in some sort a little booster from Elmer’s(ereyes9@hotmail.com) tab he has
already made this tab but a added a little to the intro and finished out the song
for him. He deserves full credit for this so it is not my tab.

Originally tabbed by: Elmer
Remade by: Conner 

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          C		        G
I am a blueblood I will admit that.
	F		C
I dance in blue shoes and wear a blue hat.
			G
Live in a blue house on a blue street,
	F	   C
in a blue town by a blue creek.
			G
I write my blue songs with m blue pen.
                 F		C
I sing the blue notes to my blue friends.
			G
Now I don't know that much about you
	F              C	C-C
but I like you because you are true blue.

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          C		        G
I had a blue dream about a blue star. 
	F		C
In it I drove there in my blue car. 
			G
And when I got there, I met a blue dog 
                 F		C
with a blue tongue, we had some real fun. 
          C		        G
We bounced a blue ball. It broke a blue glass. 
	F		C
We banged on blue drums and called it bluegrass. 
		        G
Guess the thing I'm trying to tell you, 




	F              C	C-C
is that it’s best kid if you're true blue.

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          C		        G
Once I had gangrene, I got it real bad. 
	F		C
And so the Doc came with his black bag. 
			G
I said "You know doc, I don't feel swell. 
       F		C
If you had a blue bag I think I'd feel well."
          C		        G
So he came right back with a blue sack. 
          C		        G
He said, "Will this do?" I said, "Why not? Yeah." 
	F		C
That’s how I am here today to tell you,
		        G                           C-C
that it’s best man to be true blue.


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          C		        G
Out on the blue sea I sailed a blue ship.
	F		C
I had a first mate, always had blue lips. 
			G
His name was Bluebeard. 
       F		C
He had a weird twitch. 
          C		        G
We flew a blue flag on a big stick. 
        F              C
And we ate bluegill and we ate blue chips. 
          C		        G
Oh, I felt real blue eating that blue fish. 
 	F		C
Because there ain't much that I won't do,




 			  G            C-C
unless it keeps me from being true blue.

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          C		        G
Once in a blue moon there’s a blue sky. 
	F		C
I wear my blue jeans and fly my blue kite. 
			G
Hangs like a bluebird until the wind dies 
       F		C
and then the tears pour out of my blue eyes. 
          C		        G
If it’s your birthday, we'll bake a blue cake 
        F                                                    C
and then we'll eat it off these blue plates. 
			G
‘cause kid I don't know much about you,
             F		                                    C-C
but I like you because you're true blue. 
			G
Yeah, I don't know much about you, 
            F		                                                C-C
but I like you ‘cause you're true blue.

THANKS please rate …… 
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