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Drugstore Perfume ukulele

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(Edit of antonio.gor's chords for guitar. this version is simpler + more accurate, 
and can be easily played on either a guitar or ukulele. However, I modified them 
specifically for a soprano ukulele).

INTRO: D G x4

D         G        D
 She waits at windows
                 G       F#m/G           Em           G  
Her dreams don’t show in color and she sleeps for now
         A
She just waits around wishing she-


D            D/G           D
 Could leave, single mothers
           G             F#m/G           Em         G 
In parking lots and wear another girl’s evening out
           A
This place let you down easy


F#m             G
 She gets up to buy a drink
F#m         G        F#m/G     Em
 I’d notice why when she walks by
                                G
There’s something caught in her eye, she says


               D          G
That she can’t change for love
        D             G          F#m/G   Em  
And she explains how long she’s waited for
Em/G  F#/G   A
She wanted more


D G D G 


D            G                 D
 Dead leaves, desperate summers
         G               F#m/G       Em           G 
All-ages clubs and metal shutter to keep you out
F#/G      A
While we hang around factories


D        G              D
 ‘Till we meet each other
             G               F#m/G       Em       G   
Two discount lives and heavy numbers to keep you down
     A
If I wait around, maybe she-


F#m                G
 Might come back to say that I’m
F#m          G       F#/G         Em
 Not sure you know my name, that’s fine
                          G
But take me with you this time she says


               D          G
That she can’t change for love
        D            G          F#m/G   Em 
And she explains how long she’s waited for
    F#/G   A
She wanted more


Bm   D
Gone today
  F#m         A      Bm
I might just see you around
   A          G      Em                 Bm   D
It hurts, but I understand if you can’t find another
F#m     A     G 
reason not to stay
                        G
And while she’s walking away she says


               D          G
That she can’t change for love
        D            G          F#m/G   Em 
And she explains how long she’s waited for
    F#m/G   A
She wanted more


             D         G
And as these days go by
                D          G          F#/G    Em  
Well they can’t change how long we’ve waited for
   F#m/G       A
A love that’s more
                   D~
A love that’s more 

            
            
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comewithyourarm 113 Apr 19, 2016 06:58 PM

a really good way to play into/verse/outro is using a D chord and then hammering on a G on your second string third fret. sound super cool. can use harmonics and hand picking effects on outro. fav way to play it. Thank you!

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