Intro: F#m0 D71 F#m2 D73 0
F#m4 D75 1After years of expensive education,
F#m6 G77 A8 car full of books and anticipation F#m9 Em10 2I'm an expert on Shakespeare and that's a hell of a lot.
C#m11 C712 F#m13 D714 3But the world don't need scholars as much as I thought.
F#m15 D716 F#m17 4Maybe I'll go trav'ling for a year, finding myself,
G718 5Or start a career.
F#m19 Em720 8I could work for the poor, though I'm hungry for fame.
C#m21 C722 9We all seem so diff'rent but we're just the same.
F#m23 D724 10Maybe go to the gym so I don't get fat.
F#m25 G726 11Aren't things more easy with a tight six pack?
F#m27 Em728 12Who knows the answers, who do you trust?
C#m29 C730 13I can't even separate love from lust.
F#m31 D732 16Maybe move back home and pay off my loans,
F#m33 G734 17Working nine to five, answering phones.
F#m35 Em736 18Don't make me live for my friday nights,
C#m37 C738 19Drinking eight pints and getting in fights.
Interlude: F#m39 D740 F#m41 D742 F#m43 D744 F#m45 D746 F#m47 D748 21
F#m49 Em750 22I don't want to get up, just let me lie in;
C#m51 C752 Bmaj753 23Leave me alone, I'm a twenty-something.
F#maj754 24Maybe I'll just fall in love.
Bmaj755 F#maj756 25That could solve it all.
Bmaj757 F#maj758 26Philosophers says that that's enough.
Dmaj759 C#aug7 27There surely must be more.. oooo...
Interlude: F#m60 D61 F#m62 29
D763 30Love ain't the answer, nor is work.
F#m64 G765 31The truth eludes me so much it hurts.
F#m66 Em767 32But I'm still having fun and I guess that's the key.
C#m68 C769 33I'm a twentysomething and I'll keep being me.
F#m70 D71 36Do do and do do and do and do do do do
F#m72 37Do and do do and do and do do do do
D73 38Do and do do and do and do do do do
F#m74 39Do and do do and do and do do do do
D75 40Do and do do and do and do do do do
G776 41Do and do do and do and do do do.
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