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If the key of G# is too rough (as moving quickly to D# can be tricky), I suggest transposing the tab down one step and using a capo on the first fret (to play the shapes of G, D, Em, D)--- it'll sound the same as the original song but be easier to play. (I recommend listening to the original version of the song (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ta3MYtXVtg) to get the feel for the tempo, as the strumming pattern is unusual. Also, this is originally played on a mandolin, which is why the recorded song sounds so bright when compared to a guitar rendition :). Was this info helpful? Yes No
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[Verse 1]
G#       D# Fm             D#
If I was a cute little kid
G#            D#     Fm              D#      G#
I would show you the painting I did, for you
           D#     Fm   D#   G#
But I'm up in the air
              D#      Fm    D#
I'm not here, I'm not there
G#       D# Fm              D#
If I was a sad-eyed eighteen
G#          D#      Fm                   D#  G#
I would cut all the holes in your jeans, for you
             D#    Fm  D#  G#
But now what can I say
               D#   Fm   D#
I'm too little too late

[Bridge]
G# D# Fm D# G# D# Fm D#

[Verse 2]
G#       D# Fm             D#
If I was a middle-aged man
G#          D#     Fm          D# G#
I would buy you a new minivan, or two
             D#    Fm    D#   G#
But I'm stumbling around
              D#     Fm     D#
With one foot on the ground
G#      D# Fm               D#
If I was a hundred and three
G#             D#    Fm              D#   G#
I would share all my boring stories, with you
               D#     Fm    D#
But you caught me too soon, now
G#           D#    Fm  D#
Darling what can I do, now?
G#     D#   Fm              D#
All along I did what I could
G#           D#    Fm               D#  G#
But you tell me my timings no good, who knew?

[Bridge]
G# D# Fm D#  G#    D# Fm D#
         Who knew?

[Verse 3]
G#    D# Fm         D#
If I was Marty McFly
G#         D#      Fm                 D#
I would go back to when we were nine, or ten
G#          D#        Fm      D#
And I'd be your best friend
G#          D#      Fm     D#
Say that I knew you when
G#    D#   Fm                 D#
If I was a ghost on your hall,
G#            D#      Fm                       D#   G#
I would haunt you and walk through your walls, at night
              D#      Fm    D#
But I'm flesh and I'm bone
G#            D#   Fm    D#
And I'm stiff as a stone
G#     D#   Fm            D#
All along I did what I could
G#           D#    Fm               D#    G#
But you tell me my timings no good, who knew?
       D#   Fm             D#
All along I did what I could
G#           D#    Fm               D#  G#
But you tell me my timings no good, who knew?

[Bridge]
G# D# Fm D#  G#    D# Fm G#
         Who knew?

[Outtro]
G# D# Fm D# [x2]

            
            
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