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Has He Got A Friend For Me Chords (ver.1)

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Has He Got A Friend For Me Chords (ver.1)

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                Has he got a friend for Me? (Maria McKee) from the album "Maria McKee", 1989


Music/Lyrics:  Richard Thompson, 1972



Intro riff: D Am F C, or


        D       Am             F        C         
    
e-|--0--2--------------0-------1--------0--------0----
B-|--2-----3--0-h1-------1-----1--------1-----0-----0-
G-|--3--------2-----2------2---2--------0--0----------
D-|--0--------2--------------2------------------------
A-|----------------------------------0--3-------------
E-|----------------------------1--3-------------------



Note: The only instrument on this song is the piano. However, an accoustic 
      guitar fits really nice. My guitar intro above corresponds to (and 
      complements) the piano intro on the CD.



Has he got a friend for me?

                      
[F]Saturday night and I'm 
[C]all alone
no [G]ring on the doorbell
no [D7]ring on the phone
and [Am]nobody wants to know
[F]anyone [Bb]lonely like [C]me [G]


[F]Your boyfriend's goodlooking
he's [C]got it all there
[G]looks like God made him
with [D7]something to spare
you [Am]look good together
[F]scurrying [Bb]off down the [C]street

Has [G]he got a friend
Has [F]he got a friend for [C]me
has [G]he got a friend
has [F]he got a friend for me

(Intro riff)

[F]He's got the haunt of the [C]sea in his eyes
[G]but he wouldn't notice me [D7]passing him by
I could [Am]be in the gutter
or [F]dangling [Bb]down from a [C]tree  [G]

[F]If he knows someone
who's [C]graceful and wise
[G7]doesn't mind a girl who is [D7]clumsy and shy
I [Am]dont mind going with [F]someone that [Bb]I've never [C]seen [G]

Has [F]he got a friend for [C]me
has [G]he got a friend
has [F]he got a friend
for me?

(Intro riff)
(Intro riff)
            
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