Of Montreal – Good Morning Mr Edminton chords

Chords
Transpose:
There's somethings you must always remember while playing of Montreal songs. BARRE 
WHEN EVER POSSIBLE and THEY LOVE C# AND F#.

This is a great song and I'm possitive that the chords are correct. As soon as I 
realize what the B chord is and find some mistakes I'll put out a version 2.

If the chords are to hard for you transcribe it up a half step and capo 1
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Chords:
D:000232
F#:244322
G:355433
B7:021202 
C#m:446654
C#:446664
A:577655
B:224442
G#:466544

*Please note that this is not based on the song, but a cover of the song on 
YouTube : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WgDmIKqM2s
DHello morning, Mr. Edminton
F# G F# B?Mr. Edminton, how are you feeling today?
C#mI trust that life is treating you
C# F#The way that you want it to
GOf course, I'm joking with you
AND IT JUST GOES LIKE THAT THE REST OF THE SONG (just kidding)
DHello, Mr. Lendingworth
G F# B?Mr. Lendingworth, hope you're feeling ok
C#m C#I've brought some books and a finance magazine
F# Because I feel bad for you
GI'll tell you another thing too
(During this part you should strum and then mute after struming to give it the right feel)
F# ERemember how they vowed to let that go
C#mIf your families paid the ransom
C#Well, I think you both should know
E F#That that's not their intention
C#m C (Barre)But I will help to set you free
FIf you'll do something for me
D F# A (Barre)I want an honest job in one of your factories
D G Please Mr. Edminton, Mr. Edminton
F# B?Tell me that you'll agree
C#m C#And I'll untie you from that chair presently
F#And get you away from here
GI'm judging by your tears
D GThat you, Mr. Lendingworth, dear Mr. Lendingworth
F# B?Desire a part in our scheme
C#m C#Well, sir, I certainly would never even dream now
F#Of excluding you
GI'll tell you both what to do
(Go back to strum, mute)
F# ETip toe down the spiral stairs
C#mThen just before the cellar door
C#You'll see a painting of a juggler
B? B G#Touch his nose and that will open up a secret corridor
C#m CTake the ladder at the end up to the street
FAnd run as fast as you can
D F#Then in a week or two
A A# F A# I'll start my job with you
D GYou, Mr. Edminton, Mr. Lendingworth
F# B? C#m A EHurry before it's too late for us to escape
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