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Song: Paris Smith
Band: Prefab Sprout
Music/Lyrics: Paddy MCaloon
Chord Analysis: Mats Fagergren (mats.fagergren@roxling.com)
2015-10-13

Chordinfo, after the lyrics...
Comment. Could be played with CAPO on 1 fret..But here

I show the chords without CAP=.

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|Ebmaj7|Ebmaj7|Abmaj7|Ebmaj7|

Ebmaj7
Little paris smith
Abmaj7                  Ebmaj7
Lovely name for a girl is paris smith
Ebmaj7
Baby paris smith  
Abmaj7                  Ebmaj7
Don't repeat my mistakes paris smith

    
Abmaj7      Abmaj7-5  Abmaj7        Abmaj7-5  Bb7
Paris : any music worth it's salt is good for dancing
Abmaj7      Abmaj7-5  Abmaj7        Abmaj7-5  Cm9
Paris : but I tried to be the fred astaire of words
Abmaj7       Ebmaj7
Paris you... heard

Ebmaj7             
Little paris smith 
Abmaj7                    Ebmaj7
one day you'll have a job Yes paris smith
Ebmaj7
Baby paris smith 
Abmaj7                    Ebmaj7
don't you grow up a snob. No paris smith

Abmaj7      Abmaj7-5  Abmaj7       Abmaj7-5  Bb7
Paris : there are benefits to syncopated motion
Abmaj7       Abmaj7-5  Abmaj7      Abmaj7-5  Cm9 
Paris : which no high falutin' double talk can show - paris
Abmaj7      Abmaj7-5  Abmaj7        Abmaj7-5  Bb7
Paris : any music worth it's salt is good for dancing
Abmaj7       Abmaj7-5  Abmaj7        Abmaj7-5  Cm9     
Paris : but I tried to be the fred astaire of words
Abmaj7       
Paris you... 
Ebmaj7    Ebmaj7      Abmaj7   Ebmaj7
..heard...de du de du. ba da ......... !

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         E,A,D,G,B,e
CHORDS
Ebmaj7   x,6,8,7,8,6 alt. x,x,1,3,3,3
Abmaj7   x,x,6,5,4,3
Abmaj7-5 x,x,6,5,3,3
Bb7      6,8,6,7,6,6 alt x,1,3,1,3,1
Cm9      x,3,1,3,3,(3)
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maguri [tm] 31,244 Oct 16, 2015 11:28 AM

Wonderful song, fine tab - thank you!

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BaptizedinFire 7,619 Mar 28, 2016 01:54 PM

Great job, 5 stars obviously. Using your chords, I like to play this song with the capo on the 3rd fret. It makes all the chords easier, especially the Cm9 which becomes x-0-2-4-1-0.

Also, I like to experiment with a Bb9add13 in place of the Bb7. With capo on the 3rd fret, it becomes a G9add13 and can be played like this: 3-(2)-3-2-0-0

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