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Former Punisher Gone Rogue ukulele

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEPkIglbBMk

This is my first time doing this, so sorryif it's not right. But this way sounds decent. 
am not advanced enough to tab a couple parts (there's a little diddy before the 2nd 
and a sick solo after the 2nd chorus) so hopefully someone can figure that out soon.

Standard tuning (I think)

Verse: Am, C

Once I was there, a lovely commotion
You danced with my flesh, as a sickening garb.
My lips were your lips, my songs were worth saving,
saving your sole, drove off in your car.
But now you're too cool, You found a new boy toy,
A healthy young man, with a sweater and scarf.
Trained tragically with his jedi powers,
while i trudge behind in a dark lonely march.

Am
Come on, come on
C
Why don't you love my like
G
how you loved me
F
when we were young?


Am, C
I trusted you, Spent every moment
Defending your life, from the mobs of naive.
But I was the fool, to fork over fondly
My will to exist, because you're that cool.

            
            
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