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Stupid Girl chords

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Song:     Stupid Girl (1996)
Artist:   Garbage
URL:      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GhPUAVgHZc;
          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stupid_Girl_%28Garbage_song%29
Time:     4|4
Tempo:    Moderato
Tuning:   F#ADGBe

Chords:   
          F#ADGBe
F#7       X44320  or XX4320
B7        001202  or X21202    
D#m       0113XX
G#m       22110X
F#5       055XXX


INTRO:               (Lead over)
N.C.  
[Static Noise]
|F#7    B7|F#7    B7|
|F#7    B7|F#7    B7|


VERSE 1:
F#7                     B7
You pretend you're high,
F#7                      B7 
You pretend you're bored.
F#7                         B7 
You pretend you're anything,
F#7               B7 
Just to be adored.
F#7               B7 
And what you need,
F#7             B7 
Is what you get.

 
PRE-CHORUS 1:
D#m              G#m
Don't believe in fear,
D#m              G#m
Don't believe in faith.
D#m              G#m 
Don't believe in anything,
D#m            B7
That you can't break.
 

CHORUS 1:
F#7             B7 
You stupid girl,
F#7             B7  
You stupid girl.
F#7                 B7 
All you had you wasted,
F#7                 B7 
All you had you wasted.


INSTRUMENTAL 1:  (Lead over)
|F#7    B7|F#7    B7|
|F#7    B7|F#7    B7|

 
VERSE 2:
F#7                  B7
What drives you on, (What drives you on) 
F#7                 B7
Can drive you mad. (Can drive you mad) 
F#7                    B7
A million lies to sell yourself,
F#7                 B7 
Is all you ever had. 


PRE-CHORUS 2:
D#m              G#m
Don't believe in fear,
D#m              G#m
Don't believe in faith.
D#m              G#m 
Don't believe in anything,
D#m            B7
That you can't waste. 


CHORUS 2:
F#7             B7 
You stupid girl,
F#7             B7  
You stupid girl.
F#7                 B7 
Can't believe you fake it,
F#7                 B7  
Can't believe you fake it.


INSTRUMENTAL 2:      (Lead over)
|F#7    B7|F#7    B7|
|F#7    B7|F#7    B7|
                     (Distorted Lead over)
|F#7    B7|F#7    B7|
|F#7    B7|F#7    B7|
 

PRE-CHORUS 3:
D#m              G#m
Don't believe in fear,
D#m              G#m 
Don't believe in pain.
D#m              G#m 
Don't believe in anyone,
D#m            B7 
That you can't tame. 


CHORUS 3:
F#7             B7 
You stupid girl,
F#7             B7  
You stupid girl.
F#7             B7 
All you had you wasted,
F#7             B7  
All you had you wasted. 


CHORUS 4:
F#7             B7 
You stupid girl,
F#7             B7  
You stupid girl.
F#7                 B7 
Can't believe you fake it,
F#7                 B7  
Can't believe you fake it.


CHORUS 5:
F#7             B7 
You stupid girl,
F#7             B7  
You stupid girl.
F#7                 B7 
Can't believe you fake it,
F#7                 B7  
Can't believe you fake it. 


CODA:                (Distorted Lead over)
|F#7    B7|F#7    B7|
|F#7    B7|F#7    B7|
           F#5 
You stupid girl.


[End]


NOTES:
1.  This my own interpretation of this song.  Although, it fits the essential simplicity of the 
song structure, the compositional reviews and the tuning.
2.  "…"Stupid Girl" is a moderately alternative rock fast song with touches of electronica, 
set in common time. It is built on a I-IV change in F#, with both chords, F#7 and B7.  The tonal 
function of a "dominant" seventh chord is to resolve up a perfect fourth. In non-classical harmony, 
the chord is often used similarly, but also, especially in blues, funk, and early rock music, 
it is used commonly for its colour that seems to mesh major and minor together with its major third, 
minor seventh, and the dissonant interval between the two. When the F#7 chord is played, it should 
traditionally resolve to B, which would expectedly be a B major 7th chord, the M7 being the major 
3rd of the tonic. …"






            
            
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