Rufus Wainwright – Perfect Man chords

Chords
Transpose:
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   / Rufus Wainwright  /  Here's Rufus' comment on this song on the bonus disc
  / Perfect Man       /  of the album:
 / Out of the Game   /  "Perfect Man; I've written it for Neil Tennant,
/___________________/  actually, from the Pet Shop Boys. He thought it had too
                      many chords in it, which, you know, maybe he was right.
But Mark insisted that we keep trying, and now it's, I don't know; there's
something about that track, which once again is... He saw a certain brilliance
in that. And other people are picking up on it as well. The other thing that's
very important about it; it's a lovely opportunity for Martha my sister to sing
back-up. She's on every one of my records, except for Lulu. But it does have a
lot of chords. There's a lot of chords in that song. And I have to learn them... Again."


  1 & 2 & 3 & 4 &      Such a line indicates one bar of 4/4. The placing of the
 +=---=---=---=---+    first letter in a chord name indicates when it is played.

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Intro: Am+=---=---=---=---+ 4x
Am+=---=---=---=---+ 4x (synth comes in)
Verse: “After another production of "The Flying Dutchman" I landed in Berlin Thinking over it over it how can I get over it And wonder what state I'm in Sissi was the anarchist empress of Austria And I was in the same state that she was in Thinking over it over it how can I get over it And where the hell's that fan”
Am Dm/F E F#m7b5 D#dim7 Dm7 E7+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
(2/4) (3/4) (2/4) Am Bm7b5 G7 C Am Dm E7+=---=---+=---=---=---+=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
Am7 Dm G C7 D#dim7 Dm7 E7+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
(2/4) (3/4) (2/4) F Bm7b5 G7 C F Am+=---=---+=---=---=---+=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
F Am E7 %+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
Verse: “After another induction to the hall of famine I closed the magazine Thinking over and over it how can I get over it And be German and mean Jenny was a pirate and Jane was beheaded and Nina was a sweet nymphomaniac And with them in my corner I'm sure that it's a tall order To find that perfect man”
Em Am/C B7 C#m7b5 Bbdim7 Am7 B7+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
(2/4) (3/4) (2/4) Em F#m7b5 D7 G Em Am B7+=---=---+=---=---=---+=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
Em7 Am7/C D G7 Bbdim7 Am7 B7+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
(2/4) (3/4) (2/4) C Am D7 G+=---=---+=---=---=---+=---=---+
Cmaj7 Em Cmaj7 Em+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
Chorus: “I'm doing all that I can Trying to make all the roses bloom in unison Say I'm gonna blow you away Making all of the roses bloom so step away Making all of the roses bloom”
G % Dm %+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+ 4x
G F Csus4 G+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
Verse: “After another unveiling of the bright red herring I walked down Rufus Street Thinking over it over it how can I get over it And where in the world will I meet”
Em Am/C B7 C#m7b5 Bbdim7 Am7 B7+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
(2/4) (3/4) (2/4) Em F#m7b5 D7 G Em Am B7+=---=---+=---=---=---+=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
Bridge: “That literary, lean, stripe suited lover I've read about all of my life Which I fear is a ruse and explains All the walks through all the parks of Europe And why I never will tell you "I love you" And why there is just but A vision of perfect man”
*shuffled* Bm/A G C/G D7/F# Bdim/F# E Edim7 Bm/D+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
*straight* Em7/D Am/C Bbm/Db D G C/E Gdim7/Db G/D+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=----=---=---+
(2/4) Am/C F/C Bmb5 C/B Adim7 B/A Em/G+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---+
(2/4) Am F F# G G# A A#+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---+
Cmaj7 % Em %+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
Chorus: “I'm doing all that I can Making all of the roses bloom in unison Say I'm gonna blow you away Making all of the roses bloom so step away And be dazzled Making all of the roses bloom”
G % Dm %+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+ 3x
G %+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
C/D Bm/D C/D D7+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
C/D % D7 %+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
F C G fade out...+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+=---=---=---=---+
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