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Four Seasons, Big Man In Town Chords (ver.2)

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Big Man In Town Chords (ver.2)

Four Seasons Tabs
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                Big Man In Town chords
The Four Seasons 1964 (Bob Gaudio)

Capo I or III

A   G      C
Big man in town

A           D      E
Each day as I grow older
A              D       E
The nights are getting colder
A            D        E        A  E
Some day the sun will shine on me

A        D          E
Money, I don't have any
A           D       E
I'm down to my last penny
A           D         E    A  E E7
But darlin' don't cry over me

A                    D     E
I'll be a big man in town, honest honey
A                    D     E
I'll be a big man in town, promise darlin'
A                    D     E                 G
I'll be a big man in town, just you wait and see
E7                 A   D
You'll be proud of me

    G      C
Big man in town

A               D     E
They think that I'm a rover
A             D        E
But my rovin' days are over
A             D          E       A  E
Some day your folks will welcome me

A             D     E
I went away a small man
A             D      E
But I'll come home a tall man
A           D      E            A  E E7
Then what a pretty bride you'll be

A                    D     E
I'll be a big man in town, honest honey
A                    D     E
I'll be a big man in town, promise darlin'
A                    D     E                 G
I'll be a big man in town, just you wait and see
E7                 A   D
You'll be proud of me
    G      C
Big man in town

C         F       G     F    G   C
I'm gonna make it, just wait and see
    C         F       G     F    G   C
Oh, I'm gonna make it, just wait and see
     C         F       G     F    G   C
Girl I'm gonna make it, just wait and see . . . .


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