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Plenty of Girls in the Sea  MGMT

[G] [Emadd9/B] [B] [C] [C11/F] [C#7] [E7sus4] [F7]  

There's [G]plenty of girls in the [Emadd9/B]sea
And [C]plenty of seeds in a [B]lemon
The [G]trick is in trying to stay [Emadd9/B]free
When it's[C] never that great to begi[D]n with
The [Emadd9/B]surgeon performs precise little cuts
But [C11/F]he's never perfect, he's thinking too much
And it's [G]really no comfort to [B]me
There's [C]plenty of [D]girls in the [G]sea
There's [G]plenty of girls in the [Emadd9/B]sea
And [C]plenty of those are not [B]women
As [G]soon as you get yourself [Emadd9/B]free
Then [C]somebody [C11/F]stops you from swi[D]mming
The [Emadd9/B]lifeguard admits, his whistle in hand
That it [C11/F]isn't the muscle, and it isn't the tan
No it's [G]whatever you want it to [B]be
There's [C]plenty of [D]girls in the [G]sea
Break: B G C Eb
[B]Ah the passionate painter will say with a brush:
[C]"It's best to accept it and not make a fuss
[G]Just cause the grass isn'[B]t green"
Yeah, there's [C]plenty of g[D]irls in the [G]sea
There's [A]plenty of girls in the [F#]sea
And [D]plenty of clowns in the [C#7]village
The [A]trick is to try to be [F#]free
And [D]tend to the [E7sus4]void, don't just [F7]fill it
The [F#]bartender concedes, from inside his vest
That [D]none of the best ones were ever the best
So [F#m]keep it short, simple and sw[A]eet
Cause there's [E7sus4]plenty of girls in the [A]sea
[D]Whenever you [E7sus4]want there to [A]be

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