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Jet Chords

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Jet by Paul McCartney


A                                  D/A        A
  Jet! I can almost remember their funny faces
That time you told me that you were going to be marrying soon.
A     C#m7                 Bm             D6               A
  And Jet, I thought the only lonely place  was on the moon.


Jet! Ooo... Jet! Ooo...


A                                   D/A           A
  Jet! Was your father as bold as a Sergeant Major?
How come he told you that you were hardly old enough yet?
A     C#m7                 Bm          D6            A
  And Jet, I thought the Major was a lady suffragette.


Jet! Oooo... Jet! Oooo...


Bm                     E     
Ah mater, want Jet to always love me?
Bm                     E 
Ah mater, want Jet to always love me?
Bm       A
Ah mater much later.


A                                      D/A           A
  Jet! with the wind in your hair of a thousand laces.
Climb on the back and we'll go for a ride in the sky.
A     C#m7                 Bm          D6            A
  And Jet, I thought the major was a lady suffragette. 
Oooo....Jet. Oooo.... 


Bm, D6,  Bm,  D6,  C#m7,  A,  A,  A,  A

A great song from 1973. Here's a tip. Play triplets for all of the verse chords and on bar 7 of the outro
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k00kie M0nster 62 wrote on February 10 2008, 11:52 am

This is one of those songs that I wish i could've made, but probably never would have. Great song, great tab. 5 stars.

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jimmytxyz 10 wrote on February 24 2015, 12:28 am

sounds nice ....... try these intro chords and also played later as well, just listen to the song .... Bmin strummed twice then c#min once then D once then repeat all 3 chords in order

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klagree 498 wrote on April 8 2016, 10:55 pm

Jet, I thought the Major was a lady suffragette it should be Bmin c#min once then D instead of C#m7 Bm D6 like the opening and after "Much Later" the fill can be done with a-g A Asus4 D Dsus4. It is close without having to go up to 12th fret.

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