Mac DeMarco – My Old Man Ukulele Chords

Voice Range: G#G# (1 octave + 1 half tone) – how to use this?

 

Intro  x4:

|G#      |C#maj7  |F#add9  |C#maj7  |

 

Verse:
G#Look in the miC#maj7rror,           F#add9who do you C#maj7see?       G#        C#maj7                F#add9                C#maj7
G#Someone faC#maj7miliar,           F#add9surely not C#maj7me          G#        C#maj7                F#add9                C#maj7
For it G#can’t be mC#maj7e
Look how F#add9old and cold and C#maj7tired and lonelyG# he’s become       C#maj7                F#add9                C#maj7
Not uG#ntil you sC#maj7ee
There’s a F#add9price tag hanging oC#maj7ff of having alG#l that fun     C#maj7                F#add9                C#maj7

 

Chorus:
G#Uh-oh,    C#maj7looks like       F#add9I’m seeing    C#maj7more of my old G#man in me     C#maj7                F#add9                C#maj7
G#Oh no,    C#maj7looks like       F#add9I’m seeing    C#maj7more of my old G#man in me     C#maj7                F#add9                C#maj7

 

Verse:
G#Walk on the C#maj7outside,       F#add9holding her hC#maj7and          G#        C#maj7                F#add9                C#maj7
G#Someone faC#maj7miliar,       F#add9her and her mC#maj7an          G#        C#maj7                F#add9                C#maj7
But it G#just can’t beC#maj7
Look at F#add9all the steps that bC#maj7rought you where you G#are today     C#maj7                F#add9                C#maj7
Not uG#ntil you seC#maj7e
As a F#add9heart grows stronger, C#maj7sometimes love is puG#shed away     C#maj7                F#add9                C#maj7

 

Chorus:
G#Uh-oh,    C#maj7looks like       F#add9I’m seeing    C#maj7more of my old G#man in me     C#maj7                F#add9                C#maj7
G#Oh no,    C#maj7looks like       F#add9I’m seeing    C#maj7more of my old G#man in me     C#maj7                F#add9                C#maj7

 

G#Uh-oh,    C#maj7looks like       F#add9I’m seeing    C#maj7more of my old G#man in me     C#maj7                F#add9                C#maj7
G#Oh no,    C#maj7looks like       F#add9I’m seeing    C#maj7more of my old G#man in me     C#maj7                F#add9                C#maj7