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Australia Chords

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Tabbed by: Matthew Lundin
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Tuning: regular

e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------2------------------------------------------------|
A|-------------2-----4~~-----------4-----2-----------------------------------|
E|--0--2---4-----------------------------------------------------------------|
Intro: E



E           C#m                     F#m   
Born to multiply, born to gaze into night skies,
         A             F#m      E
All you want's one more Saturday.
                      C#m
But look here, until then
                       F#m
They're gonna buy your nice time
             A                        F#m 
So keep your wick in the air and your feet in the fetters
B
To the day.
                  E
You come in doing cartwheels
            B
We all go out by ourselves
                      E
And your shape on the dance floor
                           B
Will have me thinking such filth and gauge my eyes.
           C#m         A
You'd be damned to be one of us girl
          C#m         A
Faced with a dodo's conundrum
E     F#m                  A
Ah, I felt like I could just fly
     G#m                          B
But nothing'll happen every time I try.
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Cerpin_Taxt81 wrote on January 29 2007, 12:36 pm

great tab. the only thing i would add is that the last few lines of lyrics in the song alternate between G#m and A.

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FJL wrote on February 21 2007, 02:02 pm

In the last ones I like to use F#m and A, myself, instead of G#m.

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The abominable wrote on April 16 2007, 07:36 pm

On Jay Leno He played bar chords
but thats still good.

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