Charlie Mcdonnell Bread chords
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These chords are based on the Version 2 chords, which weren't entirely right, and was a bit hard to read seeing as the lyrics weren't all with the chords. Let's just say this is kind of a revised one! Capo 4 Am E Her name was Flora Spread and she lived on Hovis Hill F Bb E Overlooking Baker Town from the window of her flour mill Am E The bright lights of the city fueled her longing to create F Bb E With the innovative bakers with whom she knew she could relate Am E F Bb E She saw the cakes they cooked and the muffins that they made Am E F Bb E But she kept on beating her bread, all the while feeling betrayed Am E F Bb E That her mother left her in this mess of yeast, flour and dough Am E F E Am G D She must taste inspiration and stop chewing the bread of woe Am G D Woah-oah-oah Am G Down in baker town lived Victoria Sponge D E But her cakes just weren't selling so she knew that it was time to take Am G A plunge into the new, and see things from a brand new view G E "And yes young Miss Flora I am talking to you Am E F Bb E Won't you come down that hill of yours and work here in my shop? Am E F Bb E You might have to bake until the ovens pop! Am E F Bb E But I need your creative eye Am E F E With my wisdom and your innovation Am E F E Am G D Together we can bake the Perfect Success Pie Am G D Success Pie Am G D E Success Pie-ie-iee" F E Bread! BREAD! Am E F Bb E Am E F E Am E After just one week in that shop, Flora's business was booming F Bb E Her creativity blooming and her customers consuming Am E But looming, on the horizon, lay a rising problem F Bb E People couldn't stop eating, and there was nothing that could stop them Am E F Bb E What was once a people of pretty balanced diets Am E F Bb E Baker Town without its bread was revolution without riots Am E F Bb E Flora closed her shop down, but she knew it was too late Am E F E Am G D And soon enough the population of the town was overweight Am G D Overweight Am G D E F E Overwei-hey-yay-e-ight F E Bread! BREAD! Am E F Bb E Am E F G A Dm A Dm A And so, the very next day Flora went back to her mill Dm A Dm G And opened up her bread shop A Dm A Dm A But it seemed, to Flora's dismay that no one wanted her bread Dm A Dm G And she was left alone up on the hilltop D F G Victoria Sponge kept on baking D F E Eb With recipes she stole from Flora's notes D F G And Flora's heart kept breaking D F E Eb D As the cakes continued rising, and the bread became toast... I'm not exactly sure with the chords in the last verse though (where it goes "Victoria Sponge kept on baking...", but they kind of work. Hope you enjoy it!