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The New Breed chords

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The New Breed

. . .opening figure:
     
|Gmaj9   F#7-9+5  F#7+5     |Gmaj9    F#7+9+5 -9 ,+9, -9, |


|Gmaj7    F#7-9+5 F#7+5     |Gmaj9                        |


..continue figure into verse:

Tonight, I ran into that kid, who's been upgrading all your stuff.
You're right, he really knows his shit, a real diamond in the rough.


               Em7-5/Bb    Am7   Esus4/B 
A funny little load clicks on, 


         |Gmaj9   F#7-9+5  F#7+5     |Gmaj9    F#7+9+5 -9 ,+9, -9, |
inside my head.

         |Gmaj7    F#7-9+5 F#7+5     |Gmaj9                        |


   D/C      D/G             D/C       D/G
So tell me,      he doesn't seem your type, 

             D/C                Gmaj7
but is there something I should know? 

      C9           E7sus4/B   E7sus4
Don't lie, are you trying to  hide 


     G/F            F   C/F    F C/F   F   C/F
that special glow?


Continue with opening figure:


Back then, I know one thing you liked, was my flatline attitude.
You'd think, you'd never fall for this, some total "as if" type of dude.

             Em7-5/Bb    Am7   Esus4/B
Funny little load clicks on... 

Em6                   F#7sus4  F#7   F#7+5
       You're the New Breed alright.

  Em6                              F#7  F#7+5
I guess what you're what she wants now.

       Dm6                       E7-9  E7-5
You're young and strong, and you own the night

      G          C/F              G   F#+5/C C9
Good luck to you both, I'll get along some   how.


|Gmaj9   F#7-9+5  F#7+5     |Gmaj9    F#7+9+5 -9 ,+9, -9,  |


|Gmaj7    F#7-9+5 F#7+5     |Gmaj9                         |


|Am7    D    Bm   Em7       |Gm7   C7  Fmaj7              |


|A6         Emaj7           |Cmaj7         Gmaj7         |


|Fmaj7-5                    |                           |


|Gmaj9   F#7-9+5  F#7+5     |Gmaj9    F#7+9+5 -9 ,+9, -9,   |


|Gmaj7    F#7-9+5 F#7+5     |Gmaj9                          |


|Gmaj9   F#7-9+5  F#7+5     |Gmaj9    F#7+9+5 -9 ,+9, -9,   |


|Gmaj7    F#7-9+5 F#7+5     |Gmaj9                          |


|Em7-5/Bb        |Am7     Esus4/B       |


|Gmaj9   F#7-9+5  F#7+5     |Gmaj9    F#7+9+5 -9 ,+9, -9,   |


|Gmaj7    F#7-9+5 F#7+5     |Gmaj9                          |


  D/C      D/G               D/C        D/G
I get it,      you look(s) at me and  think,

           D/C          Gmaj7
he's ready for Jurassic Park.

     C9              E7sus4/B   E7sus4
He's sweet, but it's time    to find a 

G/F            F C/F      F  C/F  F  C/F 
keener spark.

. . .continue with opening figure:


I guess, I'll make my exit now.
Before you twist the knife.

It's best, if I just leave you here
To your new dot-com-slash life

             Em7-5/Bb    Am    Esus4/B
Funny little load clicks on... 

Em6             F#7sus4   F#7
     You're the New Breed alright.


  Em6                              F#7
I guess what you're what she wants now.


       Dm6                       E7-9     E7-5      
You're young and strong, and you own the night.


      G          C/F
Good luck to you both, 


          G    F#+5/C C9 
I'll get along some   how.



Gmaj9   F#7-9+5  F#7+5      |Gmaj9    F#7+9+5 -9 ,+9, -9, |


|Gmaj7    F#7-9+5 F#7+5     |Gmaj9                        |


|Am7    D   Bm  Em7         |Gm7   C7  Fmaj7              |


|A6         Emaj7           |Cmaj7      Gmaj7 Fmaj7-5. . .   



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Peter Kruger
casparus60@yahoo.com

            
            
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tjmcbntmkr 178 Apr 11, 2015 03:30 PM

this is very well done --- wondering if you'd worked out chording for the rather strange instrumental bridge .... heres a guess:

fmaj dm e6 c9

Ebmaj c9 dm Bbmaj

C#maj Bbm c9 Ab

great lyric-- Fagen is such a good storyteller

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CPWKruger 3,167 Apr 12, 2015 05:54 AM

I really don't know what section of the song you are referring to in the above here, tjmcbntmkr. You ask if I have 'worked on the bridge' which would imply I left this part out of the song. This chart includes he entire song.

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tjmcbntmkr 178 Apr 13, 2015 08:17 PM

well.....its 17 chords starting at 2:04 into the song just after the first chorus.....then an instrumental verse and pre chorus....really enjoyed learning the song your work indispensible to me in working out a version suitable for solo acoustic/voice....

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