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I Feel Pretty Unpretty Chords

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[Verse 1]

C             G/B                   F/A 
I wish I could tie you up in my shoes
        G/B                C
Make you feel unpretty too
          G/B              F/A 
I was told I was beautiful
           G/B                C
But what does that mean to you
                G/B                F/A 
Look into the mirror who's inside there
         G/B                C
The one with the long hair
        G/B      F/A     G/B
Same old me again today


[Verse 2]

  C             G/B 
My outsides are cool
   F/A           G/B 
My insides are blue
         C              G/B 
Everytime I think I'm through
    F/A           G/B 
It's because of you
        C             G/B 
I've tried different ways
      F/A           G/B 
But it's all the same
    C             G/B 
At the end of the day
       F/A           
I have myself to blame
    G/B 
I'm just trippin'


[Pre-Chorus]

 C                 G/B                   F/A 
   You can buy your hair if it won't grow
              G/B                   C
You can fix your nose if he says so
                   G/B          F/A          G/B  
You can buy all the make-up that mac can make
      C           G/B          F/A 
But if you can't look inside you
           G/B 
Find out who am I to
  C           G/B          F/A         G/B 
Be in a position to make me feel so damn unpretty


[Chorus]

           C   F/A 
I feel pretty
           C   F/A 
Oh so pretty
          C        F/A       G/B
I feel pretty and witty and bright


[Verse 3]
(Same chords like verse 1)

Never insecure until I met you
Now I'm being stupid
I used to be so cute to me
Just a little bit skinny
Why do I look to all these things
To keep you happy
Maybe get rid of you
And then I'll get back to me


[Verse 4]
  
My outsides look cool
My insides are blue
Everytime I think I'm through
It's because of you
I've tried different ways
But it’s all the same
At the end of the day
I have myself to blame
Keep on trippin'


[Pre-Chorus]

You can buy your hair if it won't grow
You can fix your nose if he says so
You can buy all the make-up that mac can make
But if you can't look inside you
Find out who am I to
Be in a position to make me feel so damn unpretty


[Chorus]

I feel pretty
Oh so pretty
I feel pretty and witty and bright
       C   F/A
And I pity
      Dm         G/B       C
Any girl who isn't me tonight

C  F/A  C   F/A (and you repeat it until the and of oh-oh-oh)
Oh oh oh oh oh (Tonight)
Oh oh oh oh oh
Oh oh oh oh oh (Tonight)
Oh oh oh oh oh
Oh oh oh oh oh (Tonight)
C  F/A  C   F/A  G/B
Oh oh oh oh oh
            C       F/A 
I feel pretty (You can buy your hair if it won't grow)
            C       F/A 
Oh so pretty (You can fix your nose if he says so)
            C        F/A       G/B
I feel pretty and witty and bright (You can buy all the make-up that mac can make)
       C           G/B          F/A 
But if you can't look inside you
         G/B
Find out who am I to
   C           G/B          F/A         G/B 
Be in a position to make me feel so damn unpretty

       C     F/A
I feel pretty
     C
But unpretty 
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Maximum179 86 wrote on May 20 2011, 02:20 pm

Can someone explain to me the F/A and G/B?

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Solidius 17 wrote on May 27 2011, 10:02 am

@Maximum179: I'm not exactly well versed in theory but, if my understanding is correct, then the note after the slash signifies the chord's (modified) bass note. Usually, the bass note of a chord is its root note (for example, the F chord's root note is F). However, when a chord has a slash in it, the note following the slash is the chord's bass note. In this case it's the A in F/A.

Where a regular F is 133211, F/A would be x03211 with the open A being the chord's bass note.
Where a regular G is 320033 or 320003, G/B would be x20033 or x20003 with the A-string fingered on the second fret.

Hope that helps.

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Amzybob 94 wrote on March 1 2012, 04:30 am

i honestly think that this is wrong?

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