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Dance Anthem Of The 80S Chords

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INTRO

   C#   G#   B   F#


You are so sweet
Dancing to that beat

There's a meat market down the street
The boys and the girls watch each other eat

You are so sweet, so sweet
Dancing and moving to that beat, that beat

There's a meat market down the street
The boys and girls watch each other eat
The boys and the girls watch each other eat
When they really just wanna watch each other
Sleep
They want to watch, to watch each other
Sleep, sleep sleep
Sleep
They want to watch, to watch each other
Sleep, sleep, sleep
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jaime6 wrote on March 31 2016, 03:46 am

Just to let you all know, the original musician that posted this here, he, or she didn't notice, or forgot to mention that 1 of the root notes changes twice in this song. The 1st change happens when Regina 1st beings to sing "You are so sweet". At this point she begins to add notes to the root notes that change the mood, & sound. If I don't know the proper chord names. I'll just tell you the root note, followed by the next 2 notes that stick out. I'm going for simple here, but the chords are correct. (Chord Prog. 1): C#/f/g#, G#/b/d#, B/c#/f, and F# Major. The last part's what I'd call the Bridge, her lyrics are "I went walking through the city, like I'm drunk, but I'm not. The "you are so sweet" parts might be different to, but I don't have time. So the chords for the (Bridge): C#/f/g# , G#/c/d#, A#,c#,f, and F# Major

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