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Over The Garden Wall - Langtrees Lament chords

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Arranged for guitar from the Ukulele chords by ShevaDas

Capo on 8th fret

Cm  022000
F   x02220
Bb  xx0232
G7  x24242
Bb7 xx0212
Eb  320003
C   022100

(chord fingering relative to capo)

[Verse]
Cm           F             Bb      G7
A is for the Apple that he gave to me,
      Cm      F      Bb
But I found a worm inside.
Cm       F              Bb      G7
B is for Beloved that I call to him 
Cm      F      Bb
before he left my side.

[Bridge]
    Bb7 
And C, 
                       Eb
see what he did, that’s D,
                   C
Did it to poor ol’ me.
                       C          F
How could I be such an E-motional Fool? F.

[Verse]
Cm           F           Bb         G7
G is for the Gentlemen I thought he was
Cm      F          Bb
When he first said hi, H-I.
Cm           F             Bb    G7  
J is for the Joker that is Jimmy B., 
    Cm      F       Bb
the man who made me cry, that’s a "C".

[Bridge]
    Bb7
And K,
                             Eb
Well, you know it’s just not okay
                     C
To kiss and then run away,
C                     C                    F
Leaving alone without Leaving a letter for Langtree.

[Verse]
Cm           F         Bb      G7
M is for the misery he left me in,
Cm       F      Bb
Never to return again.
Cm       F        Bb        G7    
O what a poor, P, fool I’ve been, 
Cm         F        Bb
Queuing in line for him.

[Bridge]
    Bb7 
And R, 
                    Eb
are you the one for me?
                             C
Yes, Say you’ll come back to me...
C                      F
Why are you tempted to Tease me? Ohh...

[Verse]
Cm         F                Bb   G7
U, why not you, have got to understand,
    Cm         F       Bb
The value of a woman’s heart, V.
Cm         F          Bb           G7   
Why, W not Y, did you think it was fine 
   Cm   F        Bb
to X me from the start?

[Bridge]
    Bb7
And Y, yes Y,
                             Eb
Is the question that’s on my mind.
Eb
Oh why,
C                    C                         F
Why did you leave me right before reaching our Zenith?

[Verse]
Cm       F         Bb       G7
One is the number of men I’ve loved,
    Cm       F              Bb
And two is the times I’ll say it’s you, it’s you!
Cm       F         Bb               G7
Three is the number of days you’ve been gone,
       Cm         F          Bb
But it feels like four times two.

[Outro]
Bb7
Eight, 
                         Eb
At the hour the sun goes down,
                         C
I remember life with you around.
  C                          F           Bb
I wish I had nine lives like that one...

            
            
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fable_master_mind 10 Aug 07, 2017 04:01 PM

Cm is actually Em from what your fingering says, Bb is a standard D chord, and I really don't think F belongs in here.

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lucy.gallagherr 38 Aug 13, 2017 08:05 PM

You're right, they are using the same shapes, but by using a capo on the 8th fret this moves all open strings up a minor sixth - from E to C, A to F, D to Bb, B to G.
That's why I instead of labeling the chords as what they would be using open strings with no capo (Em, Am, D, B7, D7 G, E) I used the names based on the notes within the chords.

I hope that this helps.

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