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Jack Kelly - This Is What Perfection Looks Like chords

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C                           F           G
I don’t know many things, I barely know how this song should start.
C                                     F         G
I know you don’t understand leagues, but we are leagues apart.
C                               F        G
I know I’m not the smartest man, I’m not even that smart.
C                               F         G
But I know what I lack in brains, I make up in heart.

F open             G open            Am          Em       F
And I don’t know why, you even try to give me the time of day.
And I don’t know why, you even listen to the bullshit things I say.
And I don’t know why you even try, or want me to stay.
But I know this is what perfection looks likes.

C                                       C
I’m fine when I look at the skyline, I don’t know where earth stops and heaven begins.
F                                       G
And everywhere I go I feel like I’m being followed by the sweet sound of violins.
C                                       C
And sometimes when I see the sunset, I get wondering if you can see.
F                                       G
It from where you are, and I wonder if you’re thinking about me.

F open               G open          Am          Em      F
And I don’t know why, you even try to give me the time of day.
And I don’t know why, you even listen to the bullshit things I say.
And I don’t know why you even try, or want me to stay.
But I know this is what perfection looks likes.

For the F open and G open chords leave the high E open and play it and don’t play the low E.
So like the F open would be:

E       0
B       1
G       2
D       3
A       3
E       x

and the G is just that but all moved up two frets. Thanks

            
            
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