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Topeka chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
     I'm teaching a friend of mine guitar, and I figured to chord this one out for her, 
since she likes Ludo,
and it's rather simple. However, some of the other chord tabs didn't quite get it right, 
so here you go! There
are only two chords I couldn't quite figure out toward the end, where it's either B, F#, 
or B/F# (I noted them).
Whichever of those three chords you play, it will sound nice, and will blend when 
playing along with the song on
youtube. Enjoy!

B                 E
 I found God in a catalytic converter
   G#mi        F#          E
In Topeka on a Monday night.
B                     E
 I taste blood every time I think of summer.
          G#mi             F#           E
If that's true, I'm in for quite a treat,

          B                        E
Cause I'm begging for the sun in a mid-Missouri winter,
        G#mi           F#         E
Waiting desperately to get out of town.
        G#mi         F#       E
No, you can't keep a good man down.

B                       E
You've been known to obsess over the future.
       G#mi              F#            E
Do you think you'll get away from the past?
       B                      E
As you stone yourself just to make it through till midnight,
    G#mi          F#           E
Consider what you might have found.
    G#mi               F#         E       Emi
You think you've got a good thing now.

B              E
 I found God a catalytic converter
      G#mi     F#       E
In Topeka on a Monday night.
      B                        E
Every saint has a past, every sinner has a future,
       G#mi               F#         E
So you know what keeps me hangin' around.
        G#mi         F#         E
No, you can't keep a good man down.


For Synth solo: B E G#mi E


B                      E
From here on, you can count on all things going
    G#mi                        E
The way they must've from the start.

(All you feel, all you feel)
B                   E
All you feel is the current flowing through you
    G#mi                  E
And seizing your infected heart.

B                 E
 I found God in a catalytic converter
     G#mi      B or F#  E
In Topeka on a Monday night.
B                 E
 I found God in a catalytic converter
     G#mi      B or F#  E    Emi
In Topeka on a Monday night.
      B                        E
Every saint has a past, every sinner has a future.
  B                      E
Saint has a past, every sinner has a future.
  B                      E
Saint has a past, every sinner has a future.
  B                      E
Saint has a past, every sinner has a future.
Emi              E
Sinner has a future

            
            
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