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Beatles, Baby Youre A Rich Man Chords (ver.4)

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Baby Youre A Rich Man Chords (ver.4)

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Baby you're a rich man: The Beatles

A
How does it feel to be
D                    A7
One of the beautiful people?
A7
Now that you know who you are
G           A7      D
What do you want to be?
A7
And have you travelled very far?
G          A7       D
Far as the eye can see.

A
How does it feel to be
D                    A
One of the beautiful people?
                        A7
How often have you been there?
G         A7     D
Often enough to know.
A7
What did you see, when you were there?
G              A7      D
Nothing that doesn't show.

A
Baby you're a rich man,
D
Baby you're a rich man,
A                       D
Baby you're a rich man too.
      D7          A7         D                       A7
You keep all your money in a big brown bag inside a zoo.
                 D
What a thing to do.
A
Baby you're a rich man,
D
Baby you're a rich man,
A                      D
Baby you're a rich man too.

A
How does it feel to be
D                    A
One of the beautiful people?
                   A7
Tuned to a natural E
G         A7      D
Happy to be that way.
A7
Now that you've found another key 
G            A7        D
What are you going to play? 

A
Baby you're a rich man,
D
Baby you're a rich man,
A                       D
Baby you're a rich man too.
     D7           A7         D                       A7
You keep all your money in a big brown bag inside a zoo.
                D
What a thing to do.

A
Baby you're a rich man
D
Baby you're a rich man
A                      D
Baby you're a rich man too.
A
Baby you're a rich man.......
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