Andrew Bird

Imitosis

Andrew Bird

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Imitosis

Key:  Am More
Imitosis Key EmEm
Imitosis Key FmFm
Imitosis Key F#mF#m
Imitosis Key GmGm(one step down)
Imitosis Key G#mG#m(half step down)
Imitosis Key AmAm(original key)
Imitosis Key A#mA#m(half step up)
Imitosis Key BmBm(one step up)
Imitosis Key CmCm
Imitosis Key C#mC#m
Imitosis Key DmDm
Imitosis Key D#mD#m
	  		
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INTRO let ring Am C/G Fm7 E || -----5-7-----7-8-|-----5-7--(5)h7p5--- || || -----------5-----|---6--------------6- || ||O---5-----5-------|-4------------------O|| ||O-7---------------|--------------------O|| || -----------------|-------------------- || || -----------------|-------------------- ||
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VERSE I Am C/G Fm7 E He's keeping busy, yeah, he's bleeding stones Am C/G Fm7 E With his machinations and his palindromes Am C/G Fm7 E It was anything but hear the voice Am C/G Fm7 E Anything but hear the voice Am C/G It was anything but hear the voice Fm7 E Am C/G Fm7 E That says that we're all basically alone Am C/G Fm7 E VERSE II Am C/G Fm7 E Poor Professor Pynchon had only good intentions Am C/G Fm7 E When he put his Bunsen burners all away Am C/G Fm7 And turning to a playground in a Petri dish E Am Where single cells would swing their fists C/G Fm7 E At anything that looks like easy prey Am C/G Fm7 E In this nature show that rages every day Am C/G Fm7 E (strum louder) It was then he heard his intuition say Am We were all basically alone
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C/G Fm E And despite what all his studies had shown Am C/G Fm7 E That what's mistaken for closeness is just a case for mitosis Am C/G Fm7 E Am C/G Fm7 E And why---- do some show no mercy while others are painfully shy? Am C/G Fm7 E Tell me doctor can you quantify? Am C/G Fm7 E He just wants to know the reason, the reason why
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Am C/G Fm7 E VERSE III Am C/G Why do they congregate in groups of four Fm7 E Am Scatter like a billion spores C/G Fm7 E And let the wind just carry them away? Am C/G Fm7 How can kids be so mean? E Am Our famous doctor tried to glean C/G Fm7 E As he went home at the end of the day Am C/G Fm7 E In this nature show that rages every day Am C/G Fm7 E (strum louder) It was then he heard his intuition say Am We were all basically alone
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C/G Fm7 E Despite what all his studies had shown Am C/G Fm7 E That what's mistaken for closeness is just a case of mitosis Am C/G Fm7 E Sure fatal doses of malcontent through osmosis Am C/G Fm7 E Am C/G Fm7 E And why---- do some show no mercy while others are painfully shy? Am C/G Fm7 Well, tell me doctor, can you quantify? E (strum louder) The reason why
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Am C/G Fm7 E Am

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