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Geek In The Pink chords

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Geek in the Pink (Open Chords!)
orig. by Jason Mraz

I didn't see an easy way for beginners to play this song, and it's pretty catchy.  
Here's an entirely open-chords version.  (It's so much fun to play barred, though!)

Tip: on some of the chords, you may think the upper E string sounds a little 
goofy, since it's so high.  If that's the case, try muting it by lightly placing 
your pinky on it.  I do this for G, D and B7, but it's up to you.

Capo: 6th Fret (for same key as Mraz)

[Verse/Chorus]

Em | C | Am | G | D


[Pre-chorus]

Em | C | Am | G | B7


[Bridge]

C | Em | B7 | Em
C | Em | B7


[Verse]

Em
Let the geek in the pink take a stab at it
C
If you like the way I'm thinking babe, you ain't got it
Am
I may be skinny at times, but I'm fat full of rhymes
G                         D
Pass me the mic and I'm-a grab at it

Em
Well, isn't it delicious crazy way that I'm kissing this baby
C
Listen to this, don't to miss it while it's hitting
Am
Sometimes you got to fit in to get in, but
G                               D
Don't ever quit 'cause soon I'm gonna let you in, but see


[Pre-chorus]

Em
I don't care what you might
C
Think about me; you'll get
Am
By without if you want
G B7


[Chorus]

Em
I could be the one to take you home
C
Baby, we could rock the night alone
Am
If we never get down, it wouldn't be a letdown, but sugar
G                             D
Don't forget what you already know

Em
I could be the one to turn you out
C
We could be the talk across the town
Am
Don't judge it by the color, confuse it for another, you might re-
G                       D
-gret what you let slip away, like the geek in the pink


[Bridge]

C
Hey baby, look at me
Em
go; From zero to
B7
hero; You best take it from a
Em
Geek like me; I can

C
Save you from unoriginal
Em
Dum-dums, who wouldn't care if you
B7
Come . . . plete them or not

            
            
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adamatwork 10 May 27, 2010 05:52 AM

This "bonehead" translation is great for someone just starting out who can only do basic open chords. If you're lamenting about problems with a cheap guitar, save up and buy a new one!

No one is forcing you to put that capo on the sixth fret if you don't like the sound. It's specifically noted that the 6th-fret capo is Mraz's key, and he encourages us to play it barred.

I was glad someone finally made a version like this for all us beginners. Very helpful!

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