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Phineas And Ferb - Evil Love Song chords

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The Happy Evil Love Song (Original Version) [Demo]
Jon Colton Barry
Phineas and Ferb

These are the chords from the full length demo version of the song, making it a 
little longer and even more fun to play.
This is the arrangement to be played without the Capo (what you see is what you hear).
This song is actually played with a Capo at the 5th Fret, starting with a C Chord 
Shape, so transpose it if you want to get that higher register Ukulele sound.

Verse:

F A# C

          A#     C    F
Love was once a crazy dream
         A#     C     F
Now it's my new evil scheme
           A#    C      F
And I'm as happy as can be
          A#      C        F
If you'll plan it all with me

       A#       C        F
We'll take this town by force
A#      C         F
Hand in hand, of course
            A#   C      F
And I'm as happy as can be

Chorus:
         Dm      C
It's the age old story how
   A#                 F    C
An evil boy meets an evil girl
          A#                             F         C
We got a love strong enough To rule the whole wide world
          A#                F             C
We both maniacally laugh At all the same things
             A#                    C#                C        F
First we'll steal a glance, then a kiss And then our wedding rings

Verse:
          A#     C    F
When our robot armies march
       A#      C       F
To the beating of our hearts
       A#     C     F
I'm as happy as can be
           A#   C      F
With this evil girl by me

      A#     C        F
Hey, Doctor, I'm all yours
          A#        C       F
Matching lab coats: his and hers
           A#    C      F
And I'm as happy as can be


Chorus:
        Dm        C
When we tell our story how
    A#                F    C
An evil boy meets an evil girl
          A#                             F          C
We got a love strong enough To rule the whole wide world
          A#                 F            C
We both maniacally laugh At all the same things
             A#                    C#                C       F#
First we'll steal a glance, then a kiss and then our wedding rings

            
            
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TheThirdDay 553 Apr 28, 2013 09:50 AM

I don't agree with this. This is how I play it (Capo 3):

G       A     D
Love was once a crazy dream
G A D
Now it's my new evil scheme
G A D
And I'm as happy as can be
G A D
If you'll plan it all with me

G A D
We'll take this town by force
G A D
Hand in hand, of course
G A D
And I'm as happy as can be
A
It's the age old story how

Chorus:
G D A
An evil boy meets an evil girl
G D A
We got a love strong enough To rule the whole wide world
G D A
We both maniacally laugh At all the same things
G Em A D
First we'll steal a glance, then a kiss And then our wedding rings

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NetakuZero 32 Feb 14, 2015 08:42 PM, edited on February 15 2015, 01:44 am

For the most part that's the exact same chords, once you take the capo into consideration (just click transpose -3 on my chords to see). However, there are two places where I disagree strongly with your version. Number 1, there is definitely a minor chord over "age old", and I think if you try it out you will agree it is a Dm chord (Bm with capo 3). Number 2, at the end of the chorus, the Em which you have is just incorrect - the true chord is much more dissonant than the relative minor chord would be in that situation. I think if you take the time to compare, (particularly that Em (capo 3) at the end of the chorus) with my A#maj chord, you will agree. Remember, this is Jon Barry's demo version, not necessarily the TV version, although I think these arguments would hold true for both versions. Thanks.

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