She’s Fantastic by Sondre Lerche Guitar Chords

If you are looking for She’s Fantastic guitar chords, you just come to the perfect site.
You can play She’s Fantastic by Sondre Lerche using guitar or guitar.
This song by Sondre Lerche can also be played by that instruments.
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She’s Fantastic guitar chords has tempo and included in Phantom Punch (2007) album.
You can also find other musical style, along with jazz guitar chords, country music guitar chords, pop guitar chords, world music guitar chords, and rock guitar chords here.

She’s Fantastic by Sondre Lerche Guitar Chords


D G (listen to the song to get the rythm)

All the girls that I know suddenly seem so-so
Suddenly no one quite can compare to her

Why? She’s fantastic

I do not know what to do
What is a guy to contribute?


All the girls my own age have me turning the page
They’re so eager to try
She don’t do nothing
Why? She’s fantastic

I do not know what to do
What is a guy to contribute?

Just like in that old movie about Carlotta’s spell
I feel obsessed like Scottie felt
minus the drama and the fraud
I hope I got to get into her way
Out of my way

All the girls in this room sure look pretty and groomed
but I must let you down
She’s ahead of you
How? She’s fantastic
I do not know what to do
Honestly, what can I contribute?

Just like in that old movie about Rebecca’s spell
I feel like Max never felt
minus the drama and the fraud
I hope I got to get into her way
Out of my way

D G (keep the pattern until the end)

Late at night when I dream about girls that I’ve seen
very few reach beyond my eyes after I’m gone

No one makes me so weak
and appears so unique
In a cluster of freak
she is all that I seek

No one makes me confused
and so certain I’d lose
I’m battered and bruised
I’m disheveled but true

Everything is a blur
Everything is a blur
None of this would occur
If it wasn’t for her
She’s fantastic

I do not know what to do
What is a guy to contribute?


 

If you want to master Sondre Lerche She’s Fantastic guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just lack tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is entirely based on its major counterpart

The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play She’s Fantastic. Guitar is hard to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it.

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