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Acorde de Just Trying To Be Cool - Phoenix

Letra de Just Trying To Be Cool



No Capo | Standard Tuning



Am x02210

G 320033

FM7 x3321x

Em 022000

Dm xx0231

E 022100

C/B x2x10x

C 032010







[Intro]

Am G FM7

Am G FM7

FM7 G Am

FM7 G Am



[Verse I]

Am G FM7

City and desert coexist

FM7 G Am

Depending on the things you're wearing

Am G FM7

A white lie binoculars

FM7 Em

Tell me that you want me

Dm

Tell me that you want me



Am G FM7

They'll teach yourself not to resist

FM7 G Am

Too much intention Presbyterian

Am G FM7

A Mentulate testosterone

FM7 Em

Tell me that you want me

Am

Tell me that you want me



[Chorus]

Am G FM7 FM7 G Am

Cool I'm just trying to be cool

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Am G FM7

It's all because of you

FM7 G Am

So tonight ain't better too. We're all gone



(*Strum once)

*E *Am *C/B *C *G FM7

Oh girlfriend business says it all you can't go wrong

*E *Am *C/B *C *G FM7

Once innocence a word where you're from?

*E *Am *C/B *C *G FM7

Tell me that you want it, tell me that you want it all



Am G FM7

FM7 Em Dm

Am G FM7

FM7 G Am



Am G FM7

Two dozen pink and white binoculars

FM7 G Am

Why, why I got no problems to show

Am G FM7

To part-time holy bachelors

FM7 Em

Tell me that you want me

Dm

Tell me that you want me



[Chorus]

Am G FM7 FM7 G Am

Cool I'm just trying to be cool

Am G FM7

It's all because of you

FM7 G Am

So tonight ain't better too. We're all gone



*E *Am *C/B *C *G FM7

Oh girlfriend business says it all you can't go wrong

*E *Am *C/B *C *G FM7

Can women sound cynical where you're from?

*E *Am *C/B *C *G FM7

Tell me that you want it, tell me that you want it all





Letra subida por: Anónimo

Discos en los que aparece este acorde: Bankrupt! (Deluxe Edition)

El acorde de Just Trying To Be Cool de Phoenix es una versión de la canción original realizada por colaboradores/usuarios de Coveralia.

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