Ten Cent Blues

Eisley

 G#A#mC#
e|--4-     e|--1--   e|-------|
B|--4-     B|--2--   B|--6----|
G|--5-     G|--3--   G|--6----|
D|--6-     D|--3--   D|--6----|
A|--6-     A|--1--   A|--4----|
E|----     E|-----   E|-------|


Intro:

e|------6-------8-------10-----------10---8--6-8-----10--8--6-8---------------|
B|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--5/7----7/9-----9/11-------------------------------------------------------|
D|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
e|-----6---8-8---10-10----5-5---6-6-----------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------------------|


 G#
 Dear orthodox,

 A#mC#
I can't control my feelings,

 A#m
And who hit me? 

 C#
I just might be


Coming round the bush

 C# A#m
And my stilts, they began cracking

C#
Subsequently pushed


 G#
 
And I looked to see that it was she

 A#m
Just some abandoned little crook like me

 C#A#m
 Adieu, adieu, and fare thee well

C#
This was the ending, please



G# A#m
Oh, whoa...
 C#A#m
 I was attached on bended knee

 C#
But I declined my leave



But who could blame

A fraction of her being?

She is cheesy, she is scrawny

With her uncanny styling

I'm teasing, she is pleasing

She just has no wit



And I'm sorry I don't have her face

And I'm probably gonna lose this race

There is no doubt she's such a mouse

With such an abstract grace



Oh, whoa...

There is no cure, I am sure

For these ten cent blues



N.C
And then she chose to dissect me
N.C

And I was casted into poverty

 C#A#m
 But I did not agree with her

 C#
She said, "Now, you've got nerve,"


^The chords in that verse sound good if you start low and build the volume up

But I don't care if I'm granted

For all these things

If I were one among this crowd

Would you call that defeat?


*The chords and strumming change a bit here
 G#A#m
e|--4--------6------|
B|--4--------6------|
G|--5--------6------|
D|------------------|
A|------------------|
E|------------------|


G# A#m (Right here she hammers on the B and G strings, play
with it)

In a way it's making me crazy

G# A#m
In a sense that it's making me stronger

 G#A#m
 A likely chance, and it's probably proven

G# A#m
In the end we'll all walk away


*back to previous chords and strumming
 G#
Shaking hands on the doormat

 A#m
I salute you, sir

 C# A#m
A stranger and a happy fit

C#
I'm glad I'm part of it

 G#A#mC#
 And that I saw it all

I believe the outro is the same as the intro.

Hope this was helpful. If you have any suggestions please let me know.


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