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Ode To Divorce
Moderately
C words and music by Regina Spektor

with pedal throughout mp

freely:

The food that I'm

F/C

eat

ing

is sud - den - ly

taste

less

I know I'm al - one

now

I know what it tastes


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F Bb

like

So break me to

small

parts

Let go in

small

do -

ses

But spare some for

spare

Bb

parts

There might be some

good ones

Caug

Like you might make a dol - lar

I'm in - side your mouth


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C F/C

now

Be - hind your ton

sils

cresc.

Peak - ing o - ver your mo

lars

You're talk - ing to her

Bb

now

you've eat - en some - thing min - ty and you're mak - ing that

mp

face that I like and you're go-ing in

in for the kill

kill

forthekill - er kiss kiss

forthe kiss
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F7 Eb

kiss

I need your mon - ey

It - 'll

help

me I

need your

car

cresc.

Bb

F7

and I

need your

love

I need your mon - ey

It - 'll

help

mf

cresc.

Eb

Bb

me I need your

car

and I need your

love

So won't you help a bro - ther

mp
C

F/C

out?

Won't you help a

bro - ther out?


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C

Won't you help a bro - ther

out

out

out

out

cresc.

Bb

out

Just break me to

small

parts

mp

Let go in

small

do -

ses

But spare some for spare

Bb

parts

There might be some

good ones
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F Eb C

Do

Bb

Eb

- llar

You might make a do

Bb

llar So won't you help a bro - ther

out?
F/C

Won't you help a bro - ther out?

Won't you help a bro - ther


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C F

out

out

out

out

out

cresc.

Bb

Just break me to

small

parts

Let go in small do

mp

Bb

ses

But spare some for

spare

parts

There might be some

good ones

You might make a dol


9
Abaug

whispered:

- lar There might be some good ones There might be some good ones You might make a
dol

Abaug

- lar

You might make a

dol - lar There might be some good ones There might be some good

ones
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Poor Little Rich Boy


words and music by Regina Spektor

Steady G
mf

Em7 D7/F#

Poor lit - tle rich boy all the cou - ples have gone

You

Em7

D7/F#

wish that they had - n't

you don't wan - na be a - lone

But

Em7

D7/F#

they wan - na kiss

and they got homes of their own


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Em7 D7/F# G D7/F# Em7

Poor lit - tle rich boy

all the cou - ples have gone have gone have gone

Andyou

D/F#

D/F#

don't

love your girl

friend

You

don't

love your girl

D/F#

- friend

And you

think

that you should but she

D/F#

D/F#

D
thinks that she's fat but she is - n't but you don't love her an - y - way

And you
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D/F# G D D/F# G D

don't love your mo - ther

And you know that you should

And you

D/F#

D/F#

think

that you should but you don't an - y -

way

Em7

D/F#

Poor

lit - tle rich boy

all the world is O - K

The

Em7

D/F#

wa - ter runs off your skin

and down in - to the

drain

You're

sim.
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3

Em7

D/F#

read - ing Fitz - ge - rald

you're rea - ding Hem - ing - way

They're

Em7

D/F#

D/F#

Em7

both su - per

smart and drink -ing in the ca - fe

But you

D D/F#

D D/F#

don't love your girl - friend

You don't love your girl - friend

And you

D/F#

D/F#

D/F#

D
think that you but she should

thinks she's but isn't you love any way that fat she but don't her

And you
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D D/F# G D D/F#

don't love your mo

ther

You

know that you

should

D/F#

D/F#

And you wish

that you would

But you don't

an - y

mp

Faster... D

D7/C

way ay ay uh ay uh ay ay You're so young you're so god - dam young

cresc.

Bm7

D7/C

You're so young you're so god dam young You're so young you're so god - dam young
you're so
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Bm7 G F D D7/C

god - dam young you're so god - dam young

You're so young you're so god - damn young

Bm7

You're

so

young

you're

so

god

dam

young

you're

so

D7/C

molto rit.

god

dam

young

you're

so

god

dam
young

you're

so

Bm7

god

dam

young

you're

so

god

dam

young

you're

so
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half speed q=h


D D7/C

god

dam

young

you're so

god -

dam

young

you're so

Bm7

god

dam

young

you're

so

god

dam

young

and

you

a tempo II
D D/F# G
3

D
D/F#

don't

love your girl - friend and you don't

love your girl - friend and you

D/F#

G
3

D/F#

don't love your girl - friend and you don't love your girl -

friend
Carbon Monoxide

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words and music by Regina Spektor

Moderate swing
C9 F9 C9 F9 C9 F9

C9

F9

C9

F9

C9

F9

1.Car 2.Car 3.Car say

bon bon bon that

we're be ing

mon ox mon ox mon ox la


3

ide ide ide zy

C9

F9

Bb9

F9

C9

eeeee

Soon As Soon sex


I'll I we'll crazed

go take go sex

to you to crazed

sleep home sleep ha

zy

They'll just

If I time First No one say we're living our


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F9 C9 F9 C9 F9

don't got I get will no life whole

my my tice in

socks socks we're bed

on right on right gone

Theyslide my right off of But I don't have a gas mask Cuz we don't have a job to
and we'll be in bed but we'll

F9 Bb9

C6

F9

repeat for verse 3 only 1.

feet on keep be oh so ve - ry

as I as I they'll just much

walk - a walk - a walk - a walk - a walk - a walk - a

mf

C6

F9

C6

F9

C6

walk

walk - a walk walk - a walk walk - a walk


F9

Bb9 2. 3.

F6

Bb9

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2.walk - a walk - a walk - a walk - a walk - a walk - a walk - a walk - a walk - a


3.dead - a dead - a dead - a dead - a dead - a dead - a dead - a dead - a dead - a

F6

C6

walk - a walk - a walk you home dead - a dead - a d - dead

yeah yeah

I'm so cool I'm so cool I'm so cool But we're so cool we're so cool we're so cool

mp

Bb9

F6

Bb9

F6

walk - a walk - a walk dead - a dead - a dead

walk - a walk - a walk dead - a dead - a dead

walk - a walk - a walk - a walk - a walk - a walk you dead - a dead - a dead - a
dead - a dead - a d - dead

f
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C6 F9

home

yeah yeah

I'm so cool I'm so cool I'm so cool But we're still cool we're still cool we're
still cool

Come on

mp

p ( mf 2nd x)

F/A

Bb

F/C

dad - dy

Come on

dad - dy

Come on

cresc.

G/B

G/D

Play twice, then D.S. F9

F/A

dad - dy

Come on

dad - dy

Come on

dad - dy

f
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Bb F/C G G/B

Come on

dad - dy

Come on

come on

come on come on

G/D

C9

F9

C9

come on come on

Car

bon

mon - ox
3

ide

F9

C9

F9

C9

F9

Car
3

-
bon

mon-ox
3

ide

rit.
22 Urgently, flowing
C7

The Flowers
words and music by Regina Spektor Fm/C C7 Fm/C

with pedal

Fm9(11)

Fm/Ab

Fm9(11)

Fm/Ab

C7

C7/G

Fm/Ab

Fm

C7

Fm/C

F9(11)

Fm/Ab

F9(11)

Fm/Ab
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C7 Fm/C C7 Fm/C

The flow-ers you gave me are rot - ting and still

I re - fuse to throw them

Fm9(11)

Fm/Ab

Fm9(11)

Fm/Ab

way

C7

Fm/C

C7

Fm/C

Some ofthe bulbs ne - ver o-pen'd quite ful - ly they might so I'm waiting and
stay ing

Fm9(11)

Fm/Ab

Fm9(11)

Fm/Ab

wake
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Bbm
3

Bbm/Ab

Bbm/G

Eb7

Things

I have

loved

I'm al - lowed

to

Ab

Fm9/G

Fm

Fm7/C

keep

Bbm

Bbm/Ab

Bbm/G

Eb7

I'll

ne-ver know

if

go

to

Ab
Fm9/G

Fm

Fm7/C

slee...

...ee

uh

uh
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Bbm Bbm/Ab Bbm/G Eb7

ah

uh

oh

da da

Ab

Fm9/G

Fm

Fm7/C

dum

da da dum

bom

ba

C7

Fm/C

C7

Fm/C

dum

da

dum

F9(11)

Fm/Ab

F9(11)

Fm/Ab
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C7 Fm/C C7 Fm/C
3

The pa -pers a -round me are pi -ling and twi-sting Re gin - a the pa per - back
mum - my what

F9(11)

Fm/Ab

F9(11)

Fm/Ab

then

I'm

C7

Fm/C

C7

Fm/C

ta - king the knife tothe booksthatI own andI'm chop pingand chopping and boi ling
soup from

F9(11)

Fm/Ab

F9(11)

Fm/Ab

stone
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Bbm
3

Bbm/Ab

Bbm/G

Eb7

Things

I have loved

I'm al - lowed

to

Ab

Fm9/G

Fm

Fm7/C

keep

Bbm

Bbm/Ab

Bbm/G

Eb7

I'll

ne-ver know

if

go

to

Ab

Fm9/G
Fm

Fm7/C

sleep
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C7 Fm/C C7 Fm/C

da

C7

Fm/C

C7

Fm/C

da

du du

C7

C7/G

Fm/Ab

Fm

Gm

Edim

Fm

Fm/C

da

C7

C7/G

Fm/Ab

Fm

Gm

Edim

Fm

Fm/C

daa

da

da
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C7 Fm C7 Fm

ba

ba

ba

ba

ba

ba

ba

Very slow...
C7 Fm

accel. C7

na

na

etc.

vocal ad. lib.

Fm

C7

Fm

C7

Fm

fast, steady C7

uh

uh

uh

uh
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Fm C7 Fm

slower...

C7

uh uh

uh uh

uh

uh

uh

uh

uh uh uh

ah

Fm

C7

rit.

Fm

ah uhuh

uhuh

ah

ah

ah

ah

ba

da
Us
Quick
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words and music by Regina Spektor Gb/Db

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Db

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They made a

sta - tue

of us

mf

Db

Gb/Db

Db

Gb/Db

And put it

on

mountain top
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Db Gb/Db Db Gb/Db

now tou rists come and stare

at us

blow

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Db

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bub bles with their gum

take

pho - to graphs have fun

have fun

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Dmaj7

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They'llname a ci -ty

af

ter us

sim.
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Db Gb/Db Dmaj7 Gb/Db

andla ter

say it's

all our

fault

sim.

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Gb/Db

Dmaj7

Gb/Db

Then they'll give us a talk ing

to

then they'llgive us a talk ing

to

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Gb/Db

Dmaj7

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Cuz they've got years

of exper

i - ence

We're

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li

-
-

ving in a

den of

theives
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rum -ma ging for ans-wers

in the

pa

ges

We're

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li

ving in a

denof

theives

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and it's con ta

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and it'scon ta

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and it's con ta

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sim.

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Db

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We wear our scarves just like

a noose

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Gb/Db

Dbmaj7

Gb/Db

But not cuz we want e - ter - nal

sleep
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Db Gb/Db Dbmaj7 Gb/Db

and tho our

parts are

slightly

used

Db

Gb/Db

Dbmaj7

Gb/Db

new ones are slave la bour you can

keep

We're

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Gb

Bbm

Absus4

li

ving in a

denof

theives

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Gb

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Absus4

rummaging

for ans-wers
in the

pa

ges

We're
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li

ving in a

denof

theives

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Gb

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Ab

and its con ta

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gious

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Gb

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Ab

and its con ta

gious

and its conta

gious

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Gb

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Ab7

oh

sim.
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Bbm

Gb

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Ab7

vocal ad. lib.

play 3 times

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Gb/Db

Dbmaj7

Gb/Db

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Gb/Db

sim.

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Gb/Db

Dbmaj7

Gb/Db

They made a

sta -

tue

of us

they made a

sta -

tue

of us
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Db Gb/Db Dbmaj7 Gb/Db

the tou - rists come and

stare

at us

the sculptor's

ma - ma

sends

re gards

Db

Gb/Db

Dbmaj7

Gb/Db

they made a

sta -

tue

of us

they made a

sta -

tue

of us

Db

Gb/Db

Dbmaj7

Gb/Db

our no - ses

have be - gun to

rust

we're

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Gb

Bbm

Absus4

li

ving in a

den of

theives
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rummaging for ans wers

in the

pa

ges

we're

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Gb

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Absus4

li

ving in a

den of

theives

Db/F

Gb

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Ab

and its conta

gious

and its conta

gious

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Gb

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Ab

andits conta

gious

and its conta

gious
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Db/F Gb Bbm Ab

and its conta

gious

oh

and its con ta

gious

oh

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Gb

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Ab

and its conta

gious

oh

and its conta

gious

oh

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Gb

Db

Ab7

oh

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Ab7

vocal ad. lib.

play 3 times
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Db Gb/Db Dbmaj7 Gb/Db

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rit.
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06. Sailor Song

Gentle, swaying
G C F G

She will kiss you 'til your lips

bleed

but

she will

not take her

dress off A - me - ri - ca - na

Tro -pi - ca - na

All

the

sai - lor boys have de - mons

they sing

oh

Ken - tuck - ey why


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C G F G

do you

for - sake

me?

if

I was

meant

to sail

the sea

why

did you

make

me?

it should - 've

been

a - no - ther

state

oh

state

'cuz
C

Ma - ry

Anne's

a bitch

Ma - ry

Anne's

bitch
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C C/Bb Fm/Ab F G C

Ma - ry

Anne's a

bitch

Ma - ry

Anne's a

C/Bb

Fm/Ab

bitch

Ma - ry

Anne's a

bitch

Ma - ry

Anne's a

bitch

G to Coda

Does it mat - ter that our She will

an

ger

could - n't

G
C

e - ven

reach

the bot - tom

of a bath

tub

and the sails


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G C G F

ref - lect the

moon

it's

such a strange

job

play - ing

black

- jack

on the deck

still...

a - top

this gi - ant

pud

dle

dressed in white

we quiet - ly hud - dle

with our

mis
-

siles

and

we

miss

the

girls

back

home
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C G F

D.S. al Coda

oh

home,

sweet

home

CODA
C

kiss you 'til your lips

bleed

but

she will

not take her dress off Ame ri - ca

na

Tro pi -ca - na

Ame ri - ca - na

Tro pi -ca

C/Bb
Fm/Ab

C/Bb

na

A - me - ri - ca

na

A - me - ri - ca-
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Fm/Ab F C

na

07. ***
Bear: "regina...regina..." Reg: "What?" Bear: "When is that song gonna start?"
Reg: "Which song?" Bear: "The song that goes like "Da na na na na na na na
Danananana." Reg: "Oh...it's gonna start in a minute. You just gotta wait." Bear:
"OK." ....... "Regina! Start it already!!!" Reg: "It's gonna start in a second,
you just gotta wait!" ... "It's gonna start...NOW!!!"
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08. Your Honor (acoustic)


words and music by Regina Spektor

Fast, punky
F#5

i kissed your lips and i tas -ted blood

na na na na na na na na na na na na na

asked you what hap - pened and you said there'd been a fight

na na na na na na na na

C#5

na na na na na you said"i been fighting for your hon or but you wouldn't un der
stand

F#5

na na na

na na na

uh uh uh i said hold on, your ho nor, i'll get ice for your hand

C#5

oh you been fight - ing for my hon - or but i


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F#5

don't und - er - stand

na na uh

uh uh

ugh uh uhh

hold on, yourhon - or,i'llget

ice

for your

haaaaand

you said

"c' - mon ba - by, let's just make love, its the ma - ry had a lit - tle lamb its

on - ly thing' - ll make me bet - ter" fleece was white as snow

na na na na na na na na na na na na na you said uh well,

"c' - mon you got

let's just me

get you out of that sweat - er" and i'm just a common ho

na na na na na na na na

C#5

na na na na na i said "i don't kiss but i know what

lo - sers and i don't kiss i am and i know what

wo - men" i ain't
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F#5

nuh nuh mwah nuh nuh mwahmwah mwah mwah"and i na na nuh na na nuh uh uh uh so

don't fight for hon - or cuz we don't get cut cuz i

all are born still won't be

sin - ners" no saint

na na na na na na na na

na na na na na

Gb

Db/F

Ebm7

Db/F

Ebm7

gar - gle with per - ox - ide a steak

for your eye

but i'm a ve - ge - tarian so its a (pi - za - )

sim.

Db

fro - zen piz - za pie

you tell me that you care and you ne - ver (love me)

do

lie

you
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Db/F Ebm7

Db 1. 2.

fight

for my hon - or but i

just don't know why


1.

just don't know why


2.

you

Gb

Db/F

Ebm7

fight

for

my

hon - or

and

don't

un - der - stand

Db/F

Ebm7

Db

hold

on,

your

hon - or,

i'll

get

ice
for

your

hand
09. The Ghost of Corporate Future
like a nursery rhyme...
Db Ab7/C Gb Db Ab7/C Gb Db Ab7/C Gb

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words and music by Regina Spektor

mp

Db Ab7/C

Gb

Db

Ab7/C

Gb

Db

Ab7/C

man walks out

of his

a - part - ment

it is rain -ing he's

Gb

Db

Ab7/C

Gb

Db

Ab7/C

Gb

got no um- bre -lla

he starts run ning beneath the aw nings

try -in to save his suit

Db

Ab7/C
Gb

Db

Ab7/C

Gb

Db

Ab7/C

try - in to save his suit

try -in to dry-in 'n' try - in to dry but no good


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Gb Db Ab7/C Gb Db Ab7/C Gb

When he gets to the crowd ed subway platform he takes off both of his shoes

he

Db

Ab7/C

Gb

Db

Ab7/C

Gb

steps right in - to some-bo -dy's fat loo - gie and ev' - ry - one who sees him
says ew

Db

Ab7/C

Gb

Db/F

Gb

ev' ry - one who sees him says ewww

but he does -n't care cuzlast night he got a vi - sit from the

Db

Db/Ab

Db/G§

Db/F

Gb

ghost of cor por -ate fu - ture the ghost said take off both your shoes whatever
chances you
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Db Db/Ab Db/G§ Db Ab7/C Gb

get

e - spe -cially when they're wet he al so said

i - ma - gine you go a - way

on a

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Ab7/C

Gb

Db

Ab7/C

Gb

busi - ness trip one day

when you

come

back home

your

Db

Ab7/C

Gb

chil - dren have grown and you've

ne - ver made your

wife

moan your

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Ab7/C

Gb

chil - dren

have grown and you've ne - ver made your

wife
moan and
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Gb Gb/Ab Gb/Bb Db

peo - make you ner vous you'dthink theworld was ending and ev' ry - bo dy's fea
tures have ple

Ab/Eb

Gb

Gb/Ab

Gb/Bb

some how star -ted blen-ding and ev' - ry - thing is plas - tic and ev' - ry -
one's sar - cas - tic and

mf

Db

Gb/Eb

Gb

all your food is fro - zen it needs to be de - fros - ted you'd think the world
was end ing you'd

Gb/Ab

Gb/Bb

Db

Gb/Eb

think the world was end - ing you'd think the world was end - ing right now

you'd
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Gb Gb/Ab Gb/Bb

think the world

was end - ing

you'd

think the world

was end - ing

you'd

Db

Gb/Eb

Db

Ab7/C

think the world was end - ing right now

Well may - be you should just

mp

Gb

Db

Ab7/C

Gb

Db

Ab7/C

drink alotless cof - fee and ne -ver e ver watch the ten o' clock news

may - be you should

Gb

Db

Ab7/C

Gb

Db

Ab7/C

kiss some - one nice or


lick a rock

or both

may - be you should


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Gb Db Ab7/C Gb Db Ab7/C

cut your own hair

cuz that can be

so

fun - ny

it does - n't cost a - ny

Gb

Db

Ab7/C

Gb

mo - ney and it al - ways grows back hair grows e - ven

af - ter you're dead

Gb

Gb/Ab

Gb/Bb

Db

peo - ple are just peo - ple they should - n't make you ner - vous the world is ev
- er - last - ing it's

Ab/Eb

Gb

Gb/Ab

Gb/Bb

com - ing and it's go - ing

if you don't toss yourplas - tic thetreets won't be so plast - ic s

and
59
Db Ab/Eb Gb

if you kiss some - bo - dy then both of you'll get prac - tice the world is e -
ver -last - ing put

mf

Gb/Ab

Gb/Bb

Db

Gb/Eb

dirt - balls in your pock - et

put dirt - balls in your pock - et and take offboth yourshoes

cuz

Gb

Gb/Ab

Gb/Bb

Db

peo - ple are just peo - ple

peo - ple are just peo - ple

peo - ple are just peo - ple like

Gb/Eb

Gb

Gb/Ab

Gb/Bb

you

peo - ple are just peo - ple

peo - ple are just peo - ple


60
Db Gb/Eb

slowly, freely
A7/Gb Db/F

peo - ple are just peo - ple like

you

The world

is e - ver - last - ing

it's

Ab7/Gb

Ab

Db

Ab7/Gb

Db

com - ing

and it's go - ing

the world

is e - ver - last - ing

it's

Ab7/Gb

Ab

Db

Ab7/Gb

Ab

Db

co - ming and it's go - ing

it's

co - ming and it's go

-
ing
10. Chemo Limo
unhurried
Fm/C Fm

61
words and music by Regina Spektor

with pedal...

Fm/C

Fm

Fm/C

Fm/Bb

Fm/F#

had a

dream

cris - py cris - py Ben - ja - min

Frank - lin came o

Dbmaj7

Fm/Bb

Fm

- ver and

ba - by - sat

all four of my kids


62
Fm/C Fm/Bb Fm/F#

then

in my

dream

told the doc - tor off

he

Db

Bbm

Fm

said

"if you don't want to do it then you don't haveto do it."

he said "the

Db

Bbm

Fm

truth is you'll be O K

an - y - way."

Fm/C

Fm/Bb

Fm/F#

Then

in my

dream

cris - py cris - py Ben - ja - min

Frank - lin and the


63
Db Bbm Fm

doc - tor

went and

had a talk with my boss

Fm/C

Fm/Bb

Fm/F#

Some

thing a

- bout

in

sur - ance

pol - i -

cies

they

Db

Bbm

Fm

kept the door closed at all times Icould - n't hear or see

when they came

Db

Bbm

Fm

out they said "you'll be O K

an - y - way"

and I
64
Db Bbm Fm

smiled cuz I'd known it all the

while

no

Ab7

Db

Gb9

Bbm7

Ab7

Db

Gb9

Bbm7

thank you no thank you no thank you no thank you i ain't about to pay for this
shit i can afford

chemo like i can afford a limo and on any given day i'd rather ride a limosine

Ab7

Db

Gb9

Bbm7

Ab7

Db

Gb9

Bbm7

no thank you no thank you no thank you no thank you i ain't about to die like this
i can afford

chemo like i can afford a limo and besides this shit is making me tired is making
me

Ab7

Db

Gb9
Bbm7

Ab7

Db

Gb9

Bbm7

tired is making me tired you know i plan to retire some day but mama gonna

go out in style go out in style this


65
Ab7 Db Gb9 Bbm7 Ab7 Db Gb9 Bbm7

shit is making me tired is making me tired is making me tired mama gonna

go out in style go out in style

Fm/C

Fm/Bb

Fm/F#

When

I woke up

the kids

were be - ing

quiet

Db

Bbm

Fm

knew it was a dream, right away Icalled the lim - o - sine com - pa - ny

(DS lyrics to opening melody)


Fm/C Fm/Bb Fm/F#

I got Then had a I

dressed dream

I dressed the kids as well cri - spy cri -spy Benja - min Frank - lin came

the o
66
Db Bbm Fm

li - mo - sine ver and baby

pulled in and sat all four of

we piled in my kids

the

Fm/C

Fm/Bb

Fm/F#

doc I

- tor had

he asked which way a dream crispy

we crispy

were head - ed Benjamin Franklin came

I said"Sir o

Db

Bbm

Fm

let's just go west"and he list - en'd o - be - di - ent - ly ver and baby - sat
all four of my kids

Db

Bbm

Fm

So - phie on - ly wants to list - en to rad - io B B C


67
Db Bbm Fm

Mi - chael sat on my knees and

whis - per'd to me

all a - bout

the mean - ies

Db

Bbm

Fm

Jaqu - e - line was be - ing such a big girl with her

cup of tea,look - ing out of the win - dow and

Db

Bbm

Fm

Bar - bar - a

she looks just like my mom

Oh my Oh my God

Db

Bbm

Fm

to CODA Ø
no oh my

Bar - bar - a

she looks so much like my mom


68
Ab7 Db Gb9 Bbm7 Ab7 Db Gb9 Bbm7

thank you no thank you no thank you no thank you i ain't about to pay for this
shit i can afford

chemo like i can afford a limo and on any given day i'd rather ride a limosine

Ab7

Db

Gb9

Bbm7

Ab7

Db

Gb9

Bbm7

no thank you no thank you no thank you no thank you i ain't about to die like this
i can afford

chemo like i can afford a limo and besides this shit is making me tired is making
me

Ab7

Db

Gb9

Bbm7

Ab7

Db

Gb9

Bbm7

tired is making me tired you know i plan to retire some day but mama gonna

go out in style go out in style this

Ab7

Db

Gb9

Bbm7
Ab7

Db

Gb9

Bbm7

shit is making me tired is making me tired is making me tired mama gonna

go out in style go out in style


Fm/C

beatboxing.. ad lib:

69
Db

Style...

t - t - dvv - t - t - ts - t - t - t - ts style...

t - t dvv - t - t - ts - t - t - t - ts

Bbm7

Fm

D.S. al Coda

style...

t - t dvv - t - t - ts - t - t - t - ts

style...

t - t dvv - t - t - ts - t - t - t - ts

Db

Bbm7

Fm

Bar

bar-a

she looks so much just like my mom


70

11. Somedays
words and music by Regina Spektor

Slow, sweetly
F9 Csus4/G F9/A Csus4/B F9 Csus4/G

poco rit.
F9/A Csus4/B

mp

a tempo
F9 Csus4/G C G/B

some - days

ar - en't

your's

at all

they come and

Am7

F3

G/B

Am7

go as

if they're some - one els - e's

days

they come and leave you be - hind some one


71
F3 C
3 3

G/F

els - e's

face

and it's harsh er than yours

and cold - er than yours

they

F9

Csus4/G

G/B

come in all quiet,

sweep up,

and then they

leave

and you don't

Am7

G/B

hear a sin - gle

floor
-

board

creak

they're so much

Am7

C G/B Am7

stron - ger than the

friends you try

to keep

by your

side

cresc.
72
C G7/C G/C

down

town

down

town

Am7

F/A

Am9

I'm

not

here

mf

F EmDm

C/Bb

Fm

not an - y more

i've

gone a - way don't call me don't write

F9
Csus4/G

i'm in love with your

daugh - ter

i wan - na have her

ba -
73
F9 Csus4/G C F9 Csus4/G

by

oh, i'm in love with you're

daugh - ter

G7

so can i

please?

down mf

G7/C

G/C

Am7

town

down

town

I'm

not

poco rit.
F/A Am9 F

a tempo
F EmDm

C/Bb
vocal ad lib

here

not an - y more

i've

gone a - way

cresc. poco a poco


74
Fm C C/Bb Fm

don't call me don't

write

i've

gone

a - way

don't call me don't write

F9

Csus4/G

F9

Csus4/G

F9/A

Csus4/B

write

brrr

brr

brr

brr

F9

Csus4/G

F9

Csus4/G

F9/A

Csus4/B

F9

Csus4/G
F9/A

Csus4/B

brr

brr

brr

brr
75
F9 Csus4/G C G/B

some

days

ar - en't

your's

at all

they

come

and

Am7

F3

G/B

Am7

go as if they're some - one els - e's

days

they come and leave you behind some - one

els

-
e's

face

and it's harsh - er

than yours