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Lazy Projector chords

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Artist: Andrew Bird
Song: Lazy Projector

I couldn't figure out the "?D" chord, D sounds pretty close, but its either 
another voicing or just another chord. The rest sounds pretty accurate to me. I'm 
glad to finally post something, I hope this is helpful! -Don Kruse   

Intro: 

G D A Em G D F#7 G X2 


G           D             A            Em 
If memory serves us, then who owns the master
G          D          F#7            G 
How do we know who's projecting this reel

G           D             A            Em 
And is it like gruel or like quick drying plaster
G          D          F#7            G 
Tell me how long til the paint starts to peel

             Em           ?D       F#7            Bm 
Is it like Pyramus or Apollo or an archer we don't know
       Em         ?D               F#7            G
Though history repeats itself, and time's a crooked bow
                                   Bm           A
Come on tell us something we don't know

G D A Em G D F#7 G 

*Whistling Bit*

G           D             A            Em 
Now who's the best boy and the casting director
G          D          F#7            G 
And the editor splicing your face from the scene
G           D             A            Em 
It's all in the hands of a lazy projector
G                     D         F#7   G 
That forgetting, embellishing, lying machine
G                     D         F#7   G 
That forgetting, embellishing, lying machine

D G [repeated]

*Whistiling bit* 

                  D     
 They say all good things must come to an end
     G                          
 Everyday the night must fall
D                            G 
 How it all came to this, I simply can't recall
          D
 Too many cooks in the kitchen
 G
 How the mighty must fall
    D                           G
But I can't see the sense in us breaking up at all
D                           G
I can't see the sense in us breaking up at all
D                          G   
I can't see the sense in us breaking up at all
E               A7
Breaking up at all

G           D             A            Em 
And it's all in the hands of a lazy projector
G                     D         F#7   G 
That forgetting, embellishing, lying machine

            
            
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Rockie_F 10 Nov 27, 2012 10:18 AM

Thank you so much for posting this, it sounds great. As far as the ?D chord goes, to me it sounds like a Bm. I could be wrong, but it sounds correct when you play along with it.

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Vexillarius 43 Apr 28, 2013 05:51 AM

Amazing~! Thank you so much for posting.

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jedgargroover 10 Jul 24, 2014 05:36 PM

Thank you for the chords. This is correct, I think:

Em Bmin F#7 Bmin
Is it like Pyramus or Apollo or an archer we don't know
Em Bmin F#7 G
Though history repeats itself, and time's a crooked bow
Bm A
Come on tell us something we don't know

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