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Your New Twin Sized Bed chords

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Okey, here we go... The easiest way to play this song is to play it with a capo on the 6th fret, 
but I think it sounds better if you play it without the capo. 
So here's the chords that you play without the capo.

D#              A#           G#                             D#, A#, G#
You look so defeated lying there in your new twin size bed
D#              A#           G#                            D#, A#, G#
With a single pillow underneath your single head
D#              A#                    G#                                          D#, A#, G#
   I guess you decided that that old queen was more space than you would need
D#              A#                  G#                                        D#, A#, G#
Now it's in the alley behind your apartment with a sign that says it's free
        Fm                G#                    D#, A#, G#
And I hope you have more luck with this than me

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D#                    G#          D#/C           A#
And I try not to worry, but you've got me terrified
D#                               G#
It's like your in some kind of hurry
        Fm        G#                  D#, A#, G#
To say goodbye, say goodbye, say goodbye



It's the same pattern through the rest of the song. Have fun!

            
            
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SoccerEirich429 10 May 13, 2008 06:37 PM

Right sound but I found that it is much easier to play the chords you specified by placing a capo on the first fret, which effectively makes the neutral chord shapes sharp. So instead of D#, A#, and G#, play D, A, and G with a capo on 1. Then just play Em (relative to capo of course) in place of Fm. Viola!

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