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Literature Lovers chords

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Specific, timed, and complete chords accurate to key, chord notes, intro tab, corrected lyrics and sections, strumming pattern. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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F#dim = D7 without D
G ( Gadd9 ) Gmaj7
      ^ optional chord


ORDER: I V1 V2 C1 INT1 V3 V4 C2 V5 V6 O


[INTRO]
(adapted)
e|-----5-----------|-----5-----------|-----5-----------|-----5-----------|
B|-3-------3---3---|-3-------3---3---|-----------------|-----------------|
G|---4-0h4---4---4-|---4-0-4---4---4-|-5-------5---5---|-5-------5---5---|
D|---0-----4-------|---0-----4-------|---5-7p5-4h5---5-|---5-7p5-4h5---5-|
A|-----------------|-----------------|---7-------------|---7-------------|
E|-3---------------|-----------------|-5---------------|-5---------------|
   G Gadd9 Gmaj7     G Gadd9  Gmaj7    Am      F#dim     Am      F#dim


[VERSE 1]
G                  Gmaj7  G            Gmaj7
   All of the books     on my shelf are     unread
G                   Gmaj7            G       Gmaj7
   I keep them there     so that they will impress
Am               Am6
   when you come to stay
Am                D7 
   You'll be swept  away
G Gadd9 Gmaj7  | G Gadd9 Gmaj7 |


[VERSE 2]
         G              Gmaj7            G                       Gmaj7
   As you thumb through the  spines, I'm sure that you'll be mine
       G              Gmaj7        G              Gmaj7
   When your eyes rest     upon Mi - randa DuLisle
             Am7          Am6
   She's a fiery way with words
Am                     D7         G       Gadd9 Gmaj7 | G Gadd9 Gmaj7
   Or so you have heard  from your friends


[CHORUS 1]
      Am7                Em    
   And   what will you do
Am7                    Em
   with those hopeless two,
Am7           G/B           C             D              Em7 | C |
   both preten - ding to be literature lo - vers instead?


[INTERLUDE 1]
      G    Gadd9      Gmaj7
La da da,  la   da da
      G     Gadd9     Gmaj7      
La da da da da   da da
      Am              F#dim
La da da, la da da
   Am                 F#dim
La,  la da da da


[VERSE 3]
           G                Gmaj7              G               Gmaj7
   They can print a thousand     pages, all the paper's filled with words
G                     Gmaj7    G                       Gmaj7
   And a multitude of metaphors that I have never heard
        Am              F#dim
   Makes  no difference to   me
Am                        D7                    G Gadd9 Gmaj7 | G Gadd9 Gmaj7
   In the end, well, I'll say "I've read it all"


[VERSE 4]
    G                     Gmaj7      G                   Gmaj7
But as the weight of these     words starts to settle in my   mind
          G         Gmaj7          G             Gmaj7
I'll never wait for a    person to genuinely find
         Am7           F#dim
something   deep inside     myself,
         Am7    D7                          G    Gadd9 Gmaj7 | G Gadd9 Gmaj7
something   more  than just the books on my shelf


[CHORUS 2]
      Am7                Em    
   And   what will you do
Am7                    Em
   with those hopeless two,
Am7           G/B           C             D              Em7 | C |
   both preten - ding to be literature lo - vers instead?


[VERSE 5]
G                  Gmaj7  G            Gmaj7
   All of the books     on my shelf are     unread
G                   Gmaj7            G       Gmaj7
   I keep them there     so that they will impress
Am               Am6
   when you come to stay
Am                D7 
   You'll be swept  away
G Gadd9 Gmaj7  | G Gadd9 Gmaj7 |


[VERSE 6]
      G      Gmaj7        G              Gmaj7
   And me, I am just like the books on my     shelf
       G                 Gmaj7         G                 Gmaj7
   You have never read my     cover, I have never read myself
        Am7          F#dim
   There   are words to   be saved and
Am7      D7          G Gadd9 Gmaj7  | G Gadd9 Gmaj7 |
   words to be erased


[FINAL CHORUS]
      Am7                Em    
   And   what will you do
Am7                    Em
   with those hopeless two,
Am7           G/B           C             D              Em7 | C |
   both preten - ding to be literature lo - vers instead?
Am7           G/B           C             D              Em7 | C | G
   both preten - ding to be literature lo - vers instead?

            
            
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