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[Chorus]
C         Cmaj7           C7              F
Marry me, John, marry me, John I'll be so good to you
    Dm     
You won't realize I'm gone
C         Cmaj7           C7              F
Marry me, John, marry me, John I'll be so sweet to you
    Dm
You won't realize I'm gone
    Fm
You won't realize I'm gone

[Verse]
     C
Many people wanna make money make love
     F
make friends make peace with death
C
But most mainly want to win the game they came to win
            G7
they want to come out ahead
         C                                                  F
But you, you're a rock with a heart like a socket I can plug into at will
C                            
And will you guess when I come around next
            G7           G7sus          G7
I hope your open sign is blinking still

[Chorus]
    C         Cmaj7           C7              F
So Marry me, John, marry me, John I'll be so good to you
    Dm     
You won't realize I'm gone
 C         Cmaj7           C7              F
Marry me, John, marry me, John I'll be so sweet to you
    Dm
You won't realize I'm gone
    Fm
You won't realize I'm gone

C Cmaj7 F C Cmaj7 G
(freestyle singing)

[Verse]
C                                      F
As for me I would have to agree I'm as fickle as a paper doll
      C                                         
being kicked by the wind when I touch down again 
           G7             G7sus          G7
I'll be in someone else's arms

    Dm     G                 Bb             F
Oh, John c'mon we'll do what married people do
    Dm     G                 Bb              F       Fm
Oh, John c'mon we'll do what Mary and Joseph did without the kid

[Chorus]
C         Cmaj7           C7              F
Marry me, John, marry me, John I'll be so good to you
    Dm     
You won't realize I'm gone
C         Cmaj7           C7              F
Marry me, John, marry me, John I'll be so sweet to you
    Dm
You won't realize I've gone
    Fm
You won't realize I've gone
    Dm
You won't realize I've gone
    Fm
You won't realize I've gone
    Dm
You won't realize I've gone
    Fm
You won't realize I've gone
    Dm
You won't realize I've gone
    Fm                      C
You won't realize I've gone

[Outro]
     C
Many people wanna make money, make love
(Marry me, John)
     F
Make friends, make peace with death
(Marry me, John)
     C
Many people wanna make money, make love
(Marry me, John)
     F
Make friends, make peace with death
(Marry me, John)

            
            
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ali.hodges.39 10 Dec 02, 2013 12:05 PM

This is mostly right, just a couple things:

...The C - Cmaj7 - C7 should just be Cmaj7 the whole time.

...The G7 I believe is a Ddim. When she plays it on guitar though (the recording is piano) she actually just plays an F.

Here's a video of her playing it on guitar so you can see how she does it, which is slightly different from the album version:
http://www.blogotheque.net/2007/10/08/st-vincent/

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minnesaur 120 Apr 16, 2014 12:53 PM

Cool, I'll try those out!

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minnesaur 120 Apr 16, 2014 12:59 PM

I like the C - Cmaj7 - C7 because it gives a sense of movement that can be missing with the straight chord repetition. She gets some variation by emphasizing different notes in the piano work at the start of the album recording, but that's trickier to accomplish with strumming. But yes, you're right, it's less varied on the album.

With the G7 on the verse (the first one) I like it better than an F because it better gets the relationship between the vocal harmony and the sung melody, which is different from the second line of the verse. Again, not totally orthodox, but I dig it. I'll try it with the Ddim, though - hadn't tried that. Thanks for the super thoughtful comment! Sorry I didn't see it sooner.

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