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Mann Aimee, Amateur Chords (ver.1)

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Amateur Chords (ver.1)

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                Amateur/Aimee Mann

3/4 time signature

Bb  Fm  Bb Fm 

Am           E           Am     Gm7      C          Fmaj7 E7
I'm told the case is now closed so I can come to my senses 
Am           E          Am  E Am  Gm7         C           
But when the question is posed I'll have this meager defense 

Fmaj7 C           Em         Bb
I was hoping that you'd know better than that 
I was hoping but you're an amateur 
I was hoping that you'd know better 
     D        Bb      D   E7
But I've been wrong before 

Am         E          Am   Gm7         C            Fmaj7  E7
Despite conclusions I drew there was a chance you'd surprise me 
Am           E         Am  E Am  Gm7          C           
And you'd be better than you  'cause I'd have left otherwise 

Fmaj7 C           Em         Bb
I was hoping that you'd know better than that 
I was hoping but you're an amateur 
I was hoping that you'd know better 
     D        Bb      D    Esus4 E
But I've been wrong before 

Am   C      D        F
So I wasn't thinking clearly 
So you didn't think at all 
   Bb     Fm       Bb    Fm 
I thought that was protocol 

[piano/guitar solo] Am E  Am  E Am     Gm7  C  Fmaj7 E7
                    Am E  Am  E Am     Gm7  C   

Fmaj7 C           Em         Bb
I was hoping that you'd know better than that 
I was hoping but you're an amateur 
I was hoping that you'd know better 
     D        Bb      D    E7
But I've been wrong before 


Fmaj7 C          Em        Bb
I was hoping that 
I was hoping but you're an amateur 
I was hoping that you'd know better 
     D        Bb      D    C
But I've been wrong before 

Bb Fm Bb Fm [repeat]
            

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