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Madeleine Peyroux, I'm All Right Chords (ver.1)

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I'm All Right Chords (ver.1)

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                The first song on Half the Perfect World, and a pretty nice one at that. Open strings are stupid.

Amaj7 5x665x
A7    5x565x
A6/9  5x445x
Dmaj7 x57675
Dm6   x5x465
D9    x5455x
F#m7  2x2222
B7    x24242
Bm7   x24232
E9    x7677x


Amaj7  
He made me laugh
A7
He made me cry
Dmaj7                    Dm6
He smoked his stogies in bed
        Amaj7     F#m7
But I'm all right
    B7
I'm all right
     Bm7         E9
I've been lonely before
Amaj7                 A7    
I asked the boy for a few kind words
Dmaj7                Dm6
He gave me a novel instead
        Amaj7    F#m7
But I'm all right
    B7
I'm all right
Bm7       E9       Amaj7 A7
I've been lonely before

     Dmaj7      Dm6
It's fine, it's OK
       Amaj7        A7
It was wrong either way
Dmaj7            D9
I just wanted to say
      Amaj7      F#m7             Bm7          E9
There isn't much fun when you're drinking for one

Amaj7         A7
He got drunk, he fell down
Dmaj7                Dm6
He threw a few of my things around
        Amaj7     F#m7
But I'm all right
    B7
I'm all right
Bm7       E9       Amaj7 A7
I've been lonely before

    Dmaj7     Dm6             Amaj7   A7
I'd like to believe that it's easy to leave
    Dmaj7        D9             Amaj7    F#m7
But I have to conceive that wherever you are
             Bm7        E9
You're still driving my car

Amaj7                A7
Sticks and stones'll break my bones
    Dmaj7                 Dm6
But tears don't leave any scars
       Amaj7    F#m7  
So I'm all right
    B7    
I'm all right
Bm7       E9     A6/9
I've been lonely before
            
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