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Fashionable People chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Great song by Joel Plaskett, no one bothered to post tabs for this so I shall.
Played it acoustic once and its possible although in a video on youtube even he
says that should never be done.
Strum pattern should come from the song as its way to random to add in a tab.  I only 
3 notes for the D# and C#  but still strum all the strings.  In other words don't play a 
C barre chord, cut the highest finger position.

Intro:

G# - C# - D#

Verse 1:

G#                                   C#
I feel foolish, I wanna drink too much
D#
You look Polish
                         D# - E - F
Got a wicked sense of humor
                   F - E - D#
I feel dizzy, and I want your touch
D#                   D# - C# - G#
Let's get tipsy, and start a rumor.

Verse 2:

I feel restless here
I can't sit still
Everybody at this party's got their fingers in the till
I bet their parents are ridiculously loaded
Let's get moving, before I'm loaded.

G# - C# - F# (build up to chorus part)

chorus:
F#m
The dancers need a dancefloor, The swingers gotta swing,
C#m
Fashionable people doing questionable things

G#m                               G# - C# - F#
Fashionable, fashionable , fashionable, people (x2)

Verse 3: (same as verse 1)

I really like you, and I hope you like my band.
I like your boyfriend too,
Do you think he understands
I can't remember, how he ended up out here.
But all good things have got to start somewhere.

F#
The dancers need a dancefloor, The swingers gotta swing,
C#
Fashionable people doing questionable things
G# - C# - F#
one more time

F#
I don't wanna hang around in someone elses scene
C#
Fashionable people doing questionable things

G#                                G# - C# - F#
Fashionable, fashionable, fashionable, people x2
G#                               G# - C# - F#
Fashionable, fashionable, fashionable, fashionable people, come on
G#                               G# - C# - F#
Questionable, questionable, questionable things

Verse 4: (Play around basically with no chords and G# only)

So ditch him, he's no good for you
Ditch him, do the switcheroo
Switch him, switch him up with me
Leave him in the ditch, and you can hitch a ride for free

F#
The dancers need a dancefloor, The swingers gotta swing,
C#
Fashionable people doing questionable things

G#                                G# - C# - F#
Fashionable, fashionable, fashionable, people
That's what I'm talkin about.
G#                                G# - C# - F#
Fashionable, fashionable, fashionable, people
It's the truth.
G#                                G# - C# - F#
Fashionable, fashionable, fashionable, fashionable people.
Come on.
G#                                G# - C# - F#
Questionable, questionable, questionable, things.

Repeat as much as you want and enjoy!

            
            
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Joeph 57 May 21, 2009 02:33 PM

wrong on bits, chorus is strummed in power chords: C# C# D# then on the second line its a C# major. The F is a minor, and the line "and i want your touch", goes Fm D# C#

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Wil-man-101 470 Jul 22, 2009 06:18 PM

the transition down from the F is F-D#-C#. And there's a D# fill every so often between verses and choruses.

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Wil-man-101 470 Jul 26, 2009 09:42 AM

Ah-ha! That chorus has sounded wrong ever since I first played it. The guitar is a half-step down in studio, playing an E major and D major. In concert Joel raises the song a semitone.

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