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Star Crossed Idiots ukulele

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As a general rule, A7 comes at the ends of verses and has only one downstrum. In the chorus and verses marked as bridges, there's one strum per chord, and that rule usually applies to the last line of the verse before as well. The original can be found on TheSeriousBiscuit (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZp69uY8z_w), where the strumming makes a bit more sense. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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[Verse 1]
C 
Seventeen and deep in love,
G 
Romeo has had enough because 
Dm               F        A7 
Doesn't want the d-ee-ee-ee
 A7   A7 

[Verse 2] 
C 
County Paris likes Juliet
G 
He wants to put a ring on it
Dm                      
But then Capulet's like, let's have a party
F
Woo my daughter,
A7 - once down
Be her shawty
 
[Chorus] 
C                    G 
But then Romeo meets Juliet
Dm                            F        
Star-crossed lovers 'till the very end
          C 
He is the Montague
G           F      A7 - twice down
To her Capule-e-e-et

[Verse 3] 
C 
After grieving at the balcony,
G 
Juliet's like "Marry me"
         Dm           
And then Romeo goes to find the friar to
F                       A7 
Fulfill his love's desire

[Verse 4] 
C 
Then they wed, Romeo's aglow
G 
Until Tybalt kills Mercutio
Dm 
Then despite his great love,
F 
Romeo kills
A7 - once
Juliet's cuz

[Bridge 1]
C          G
Banish'ed, banished he be
Dm             F
Paris says now will you marry me
C              G        Dm                   F     A7 
Juliet's like "Heck no! I'm still married to Ro-me-o"

[Verse 5]
C 
Then she runs to Friar Lawrence
G 
He gives his condolence and 
Dm                         
says he's got a plan, but it might be drastic
F 
Juliet don't care, she just grabs it
C 
All she need is drink an elixir
G 
Make her look dead so no one can fix her
Dm 
And when she's lain in her tomb
F 
Romeo can be like,
A7 - once down
"Hey girl I found you'

[Bridge 2] 
C                     G  G  Dm 
But there was a mix-up
                   Dm                       C 
The marriage dates got a little switched up
      G                    Dm 
Romeo didn't get the letter
                   F             F 
Now he's headed to Verona to get her

[Verse 6] 
F      C                G 
In her tomb, Paris sees Romeo
                         Dm 
Romeo kills Paris in one blow

Then he drinks the poison to
F 
Reunite with the love he's chosen

[Bridge 3] 
C           G       G  G  G 
Then Juliet wakes up
Dm             F  F  F 
And sees her love,
C           G 
dead on the floor
Dm 
She can't take it 
F     A7 
An-ny-more

 Chorus 
C 
Romeo
    G 
Met Juliet
Dm                       F 
Star-crossed lovers have met their end
           C 
He was the Montague
G           Dm   F     C 
To her Capule-e-e-e-e-e-et 

            
            
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