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Goodbye Bread chords

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D (repeated several times)

D      F#m     D      G
Hello Monday, Goodbye bread.

D         F#m     D       G       F A D
Bedtime someday, wash my head.

    G              A    D       C    G            F    A   D 
So who plays the games, we all play,   won't you play me today.

      G              A      D          C    G            F  A  D 
And  who sings the songs,  when we're gone,    won't you sing along.

D      F#m      D      G
Hello bread, goodbye blue.

D     F#m       D       G     F A D
Hello me and goodbye to you;  Hell-o

    G              A    D       C    G             F    A   D    
So who plays the games, we all play,    won't you play me today

     G              A     D          C     G            F  A  D
And who sings the songs, when we're gone,     won't ya sing along. 

D      F#m       D      G
Hello Monday, Goodbye Bread.

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Juniahh 51 Jan 25, 2012 12:55 PM

He's playing a B not an F#m. He also plays a variation of Dsus2 and Dsus4 (mainly Dsus4) after a D chord a lot.

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slashvr45 115 Sep 03, 2012 11:51 AM

it's Bm not F#m or B

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