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You're So Great Chords (ver.1)

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You're So Great Chords (ver.1)

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This song is from the last Blur record called 'BLUR'.
I give here the easiest way to play it, but if you want to work with the
soundtrack, you will have to tune each string 1/2 ton down.



YOU'RE SO GREAT (BLUR)

Intro: Em  F

Verse 1:

G               Bm
Sad, drunk, and poorly

C               G
Sleeping really late

G               Bm
Sad, drunk, and poorly

C               Am
Not feeling so great

G         F         F            C
Wandering lost in a town full of frowns

G               Em
Sad, drunk, and poorly

C                   Am          F       D
Dogs digging up the ground


Verse 2:

G               Em
And I feel the light

Bm                      C
In the night and in the day

G               Em
And I feel the light

Bm                          Am
When the sky's just mud and grey

G               Em
And I feel the light

Bm                     F        G       F       G
When you tell me it's OK

    F                      Am
Cos you're so great, and I love you


Same chords as verse 1 :

DT and coffee
Helps to start the day
DT and coffee
Shaking all the way
City's alive and, surprise, so am I
Tea, tea and coffee
Get no sleep today


Same chords as verse 2 :

And I feel the light
In the night and in the day
And I feel the light
When the sky's just mud and grey
And I feel the light
When you tell me it's OK
Cos you're so great, and I love you


End of the songs :

G       Em      F       Fm      C
            
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