Lisztomania Uke tab by phoenix

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[Verse 1]

Dm7 Dm7
So sentimental
Am Am
Not sentimental, no
Fsus2 Fsus2 Am Am
Romantic, not disgusting yet
Gsus4 Gsus4 Fsus2 Fsus2 C C
Darling I'm
Fsus2 Fsus2 Dm Dm
Down and lonely when with the fortunate only
G G
I've been looking for something else
Am Am Gsus4 Gsus4 Fsus2 Fsus2 C C
Do let, do let, do let, jugulate, do let, do



Dm Dm
Let’s go slowly, discouraged,
Am Am
Distant from other interests
Fsus2 Fsus2 Am Am
On your favorite weekend ending
Gsus4 Gsus4 Fsus2 Fsus2 C C
This love's for
Fsus2 Fsus2
Gentlemen only

Dm Dm
That's with the fortunate only
G G
No, I gotta be someone else
Am Am Gsus4 Gsus4 Fsus2 Fsus2 C C F F
These days, it comes, it comes, it comes, it comes, it comes and goes





[Chorus]

Dm Dm
A A Lisztomania
G6 G6
Think less but see it grow
F F
Like a riot, like a riot, oh
Dm Dm
Not easily offended
G6 G6
Not hard to let it go
F F
From a mess to the masses



Dm Dm
A A Lisztomania
G6 G6
Think less but see it grow
F F
Like a riot, like a riot, oh
Dm Dm
Not easily offended
G6 G6
Not hard to let it go
(F F)
From a mess to the masses



[Verse 2]

Dm Dm
Follow, misguide, stand still
Am Am
Disgust, discourage
Fsus2 Fsus2 Am Am
On this precious weekend ending
Gsus4 Gsus4 Fsus2 Fsus2 C C
This love's for
Fsus2 Fsus2
Gentlemen only
Dm Dm
Wealthiest gentlemen only
G G
Now that you're lonely
Am Am Gsus4 Gsus4 Am Am
Do let, do let, do let jugulate, do let, do



Gsus4 Gsus4 Dm Dm
Let's go slowly, discouraged,
Am Am
We'll burn the pictures instead
Fsus2 Fsus2 Am Am Gsus4 Gsus4 Fsus2 Fsus2 C C
When it's all over we can barely dis-cuss for
Fsus2 Fsus2
For one minute only
Dm Dm
Not with the fortunate only
G G
Thought it could have been something else
Am Am Gsus4 Gsus4 Fsus2 Fsus2 C C F F
These days, it comes, it comes, it comes, it comes, it comes and goes





[Chorus]

Dm Dm
A A Lisztomania
G6 G6
Think less but see it grow
F F
Like a riot, like a riot, oh
Dm Dm
Not easily offended
G6 G6
Not hard to let it go
F F
From a mess to the masses



Dm Dm
A A Lisztomania
G6 G6
Think less but see it grow
F F
Like a riot, like a riot, oh
Dm Dm
Not easily offended
G6 G6
Not hard to let it go
(F F)
From a mess to the masses



[Bridge]

C5 C5
Cm Cm F F
Mmmmh, this is showtime, this is showtime, this is showtime
Cm Cm F F
Ohhhh, this is showtime, this is showtime, this is showtime



Cm Cm F F
Time - time to show it off, time to show it off, it's time to show it off
Cm Cm F F
Time - time to show it off, time to show it off, it's time to show it off




[Chorus]

Dm Dm
Lisztomania
G6 G6
Think less but see it grow
Fsus2 Fsus2
Like a riot, like a riot, oh
Dm Dm Am Am
Disgust, disgust, disgust, disgust, discouraged!

 

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About this song

This song was written in reference to the craze generated by Franz Liszt, a 19th century Hungarian composer known for being ahead of his time.Phoenix singer Thomas Mars told the Washington DC free newspaper Express (Source Lisztomania Songfacts): "We liked the idea that it's just a mash-up, that our songs bring in influences from everywhere. I think that Franz Liszt was one of them; there were other things, visuals. And maybe it was the fact that we grew up in Versailles and we were surrounded by historical things. Read more on Last.fm.