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All I Wanna Do Chords

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Splashh - All I Wanna Do



C-Gm-F 2x



C                                         Gm                         F          
All I want to do, All I want to do is sit by the pool today and drink with you
C                                  Gm                             F
I wasn't awake, I wasn't awake consume the day and find a reason, swim away



F Dm       F  D         F    Em  G     
  Sweet chery, extraordinary 

F Dm       F  D         F    Em  G     
  Sweet chery, extraordinary 



C-Gm-F



C                                      Gm                            F           
Another Festival, Another festival combine the lights it's a rapture in disguise
C                                      Gm                            F      
Well I wonder if, well I wonder if the secret lies beneath your simple smile



C-Gm-F



F Dm       F  D         F    Em  G     
  Sweet chery, extraordinary 

F Dm       F  D         F    Em  G     
  Sweet chery, extraordinary 



C-Gm-F 3x end on C

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smallhd 21 wrote on April 26 2013, 08:37 pm

spot on perfect

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jordanwavves420 13 wrote on July 8 2013, 09:59 am

Instead of "I wasn't awake, I wasn't awake", the lyrics are actually "Idle time away, Idle time away."

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nathanshawyer11 80 wrote on October 16 2013, 12:35 pm

Can somebody post the tremolo guitar part? I can't work it out.

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