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Frank Mills chords

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"Frank Mills" 

Originally posted by: ?
Corrected by: Chris Bray (cbray@comp.uark.edu)


    C                  G                   Am
    I met a boy called Frank Mills, on September 12th right here
F                   C              F           G                       C
    in front of the Waverly, but unfortunately,   I lost his address.
                                        G
    He was last seen with his friend,
                   Am                        F
    a drummer he resembles George Harrison of the Beatles,
           C                   F          G      C
    but he wears his hair tied in a small bow at the back.
      Gm                 F                                               C
    I love him, but it embarrasses me to walk down the street with him.
Em              Am       Em          Am                           G
    He lives in Brooklyn somewhere,  and he wears his white crash helmet.
           C
    He has golden chains on his leather jacket,
        F                C                 F        Am             F
    and on the back, are written the names Mary and Mom and Hell's   Angels.
    C                     G              Am              F
        I would gratefully appreciate it if you see him, tell him
    C                        F             G                 C          G
    I am in the park with my girlfriend, and please tell him Angela and I
                   Am          F     G    C
    don't want the two dollars back, just him.

            
            
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LadyWriter39 10 Dec 26, 2013 09:29 AM

I think there's a C7 after the C in "he has golden chains on his leather jacket". It sounds right.

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LadyWriter39 10 Dec 26, 2013 09:33 AM, edited at 02:34 pm

Also in the version I have it's one and a half steps lower, so you could also play it starting with a G (which is transposed two and a half steps lower) but with a capo on the 2nd fret. (You could also transpose it just one and a half steps, but if you start with a G, the chords are WAY handier).

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kimfloor 10 Sep 22, 2014 01:59 PM

Nothing happen when I push play...or what should show up?

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