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Edie Brickell, Good Times Chords (ver.1)

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Good Times Chords (ver.1)

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	Good Times (Edie Brickell)
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Ab  Cm7  Bbm7
                       Ab   Cm7  Bbm7  Ebsus7
You don't even have to try
                  Ab   Cm7  Bbm7  Ebsus7
It comes easy for you
            Ab      Cm7  Bbm7              Ebsus7  Ab   Cm7  Bbm7
The way you move is so appealing, it could make me cry.
                       Ab   Cm7  Bbm7  Ebsus7
Go out driving with my friends
                           Ab   Cm7  Bbm7  Ebsus7
in Bobby's big old beat up car
           Ab     Cm7    Bbm7    Ebsus7           Ab   Cm7  Bbm7
I'm with a lot of people then, I wonder where you are.
Ab          Cm7        Bbm7
Good times, bad times, give me some of that
Good times, bad times, give me some of that
Good times, bad times, give me some of that


And, baby really, I don't have to...
I don't have to go anywhere right now.
Do you want some more, do you want some more than this?
? wherever you want, baby, just say it.
Bye, just say it.

                        Ab   Cm7  Bbm7  Ebsus7
I don't want to say goodbye
                              Ab   Cm7  Bbm7  Ebsus7
don't want to walk you to the door
          Ab     Cm7       Bbm7          Ebsus7  Ab   Cm7  Bbm7
I spend a little time with you, I want a little more
Ab          Cm7        Bbm7
Good times, bad times, give me some of that
Good times, bad times, give me some of that
Good times, bad times, give me some of that


Ab     = 4 6 6 5 4 4
Cm7    = 8 10 8 8 8 8
Bbm7   = 6 8 6 6 6 6
Ebsus7 = x 6 8 6 9 6

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