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Will Never Marry chords

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Will Never Marry
(Morrissey/Stephen Street)

[VERSE 1]

    F               A#
I’m writing this to say
            F
In a gentle way
Eb             Dm
Thank you, but no…
       F               A#
I will live my life as I
                 F      Eb   Dm
Will undoubtedly die… alone

[BREAK 1]

F C Eb A# 2x

[VERSE 2]

    F                   A#
I’m writing this to say
            F
In a gentle way
Eb            Dm
Thank you…
       F           A#   F
I will live my life as I
Eb                     Dm
Oh…
               F
For wether you stay
         A#
Or you stray
   F       Eb                    Dm
An inbuilt guilt catches up with you
          F                    A#
And as it comes around to your place
         F                  
At 5 a.m. it wakes you up
       Eb              Dm
and it laughs in your face

[BREAK 2]
F C Eb A#

Play till the end (for "Bona Drag" version).

For the "Everyday Is Like Sunday" single version the outro is Am (C D).

            
            
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C-C Beatroot 30 Feb 13, 2009 04:35 PM

Where's the outro?

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Fidgety Gunman 153 Jan 02, 2010 03:17 AM

The outro is just Am, or you can play: Am C D

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walker.cs 10 Mar 05, 2015 12:54 PM

This is great. But for me, I play it with a capo on the 1st fret and move up one (so E instead of F, A instead of A#, etc). So you're hitting the same frets on the guitar but using different chords bc of the capo.
It just seems to fit the song better.

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