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Natalie Merchant - If No One Ever Marries Me chords

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If No One Ever Marries Me - Natalie Merchant
From the album 'Leave Your Sleep' (2010)
Lyrics from a poem by Laurence Alma-Tadema (1865-1940)
Chorded by Leonard

The first G chords in intro and verses need some variation on the B-string: 3 to 1 to 0.


G C D C G Em

        G
Well if no one ever marries me
      C
And I don't see why they should
D
Nurse says I'm not pretty 
        C               G            Em
And you know I'm seldom good, seldom good

        G
Well if no one ever marries me
  C
I shan't mind very much
     D
I'll buy a squirrel in a cage
      C             G
And a little rabbit-hutch

          C
If no one marries me
          Am G    D
If no one marries me
          C
If no one marries me
          Am G    D
If no one marries me
               Em
Well if no one marries me

G
I'll have a cottage near a wood
      C
And a pony all my own
  D
A little lamb quite clean and tame
     C             G
That I can take to town

G
When I'm really getting old
   C
At twenty-eight or nine
     D
I'll buy myself a little orphan-girl
   C                G
And bring her up as mine

          C
If no one marries me
          Am G    D
If no one marries me
          C
If no one marries me
       Am G    D
No one marries me
               C
Well if no one marries me
Am G    D
Marries me
               C
Well if no one marries me
Am G    D
Marries me
               Em
Well if no one marries me
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