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New Coat Of Paint chords

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[Chords]
C#m (X 4 6 6 5 4)
F#  (2 4 4 3 2 2)
A   (5 7 7 6 5 5)
G#  (4 6 6 5 4 4)

[Intro]
C#m, F#, A, G#
C#m, F#, A,G#,C#m
            
[Verse]  
            C#m         F#            A            G#        
Let's put a new coat of paint on this lonesome old town
C#m         F#       A           G#
Set 'em up, we'll be knockin' em down.
C#m        F#          A               G#
You wear a dress, baby, and I'll wear a tie.
              C#m                 F#           A   G#  C#m           
We'll laugh at that old bloodshot moon in that burgundy sky

[Bridge]
C#m, F#, A, G# (x3)
C#m, F#, A,G#,C#m

(It repeats like this for the rest of the song)

[Verse]
All your scribbled lovedreams, are lost or thrown away,
Here amidst the shuffle of an overflowing day
Our love needs a transfusion so let's shoot it full of wine
Fishin' for a good time starts with throwin'in your line.

[Bridge]
C#m, F#, A, G# (x3)
C#m, F#, A,G#,C#m

[Verse]
Let's put a new coat of paint on this lonesome old town
Set 'em up, we'll be knockin' em down.
You wear a dress, baby, and I'll wear a tie.
We'll laugh at that old bloodshot moon in that burgundy sky

[Bridge]
C#m, F#, A, G# (x3)
C#m, F#, A,G#,C#m

[Outro]
C#m, F#, A, G#
C#m, F#, A,G#,C#m

            
            
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Arthemesic 72 Dec 29, 2015 02:08 AM

Great chart! The chords are simplified but they make very much sense.

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NLRuben 10 Apr 04, 2017 03:26 PM

what are the real chords then?

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Arthemesic 72 Apr 06, 2017 10:52 AM

I'm too lazy and untalented to make an accurate elaboration but you can definitely hear a lot of the major chords being played as maj7.

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