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That I Would Be Good Tabs (ver.1)

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That I Would Be Good Tabs (ver.1)

Alanis Morissette
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                PROPS GO TO: Rachel

                     G           C           A     - D
1.  That I would be good,  even if I did nothing.
                      G         C                   A      - D
    That I would be good, even if I got the thumbs down.
                      E         C              A    - G - D
    That I would be good, if I got and stayed sick.
                      E         C                G         - D
    That I would be good, even if I gained ten pounds.
                    G          C             A    - D
2. That I would be fine, even if I went bankrupt.
                      G         C                    a     - D
    That I would be good, if I lost my hair and my youth.
                      E          C              A     - G - D
    That I would be great, if I was no longer queen.
                      E          C              G      - D
    That I would be grand, if I was not all knowing.
                    G            C            A    - D
3. That I would be loved, even when I numb myself.
                      G          C             A         - D
    That I would be good, even when I am overwhelmed.
                     E            C           A    - G - D
    That I would be loved, even when I was fuming.
                      E        C           A-G-D
    That I would be good even if I was clin....gy.
  
                     G        C             a   - D
4. That I would be good even if I lost sanity.
                     G           C               a   - D
   That I would be good whether with or without you.
     G    C    a - D    G    C    a - D  G-C-a-D  G-C-G-C-G
   Aha, aha, oho.     Oho, oho, oho.
            
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