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Probably All In The Mind Chords (ver.1)

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Probably All In The Mind Chords (ver.1)

Oasis
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                 (PROBABLY) ALL IN THE MIND - Oasis
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This song has really simple chords, and there arent that many different chords 
anyway. Its a very easy song to play.

VERSE
G
Show me who you are
G
I'll show you what you love
     C                                  G
I'll give you half the world if that's enough


VERSE
G
Let me take you down
G
Let me hear you smile
C                              G
Let me rest my head here for a while


CHORUS
D                C              G
In the end we'll leave it all behind
  D                C                   Am
Because the life I think I'm trying to find
                       G
Is probably all in the mind


VERSE
G
Show me who you are
G
I'll show you what you love
     C                                 G
I'll give you all the world if that's enough


CHORUS
D                C              G
In the end we'll leave it all behind
D           C                          Am
Because the life I think I'm trying to find
                       G
Is probably all in the mind


SOLO

D   |C   |G   |G   |  x4

CHORUS
D                C              G
In the end we'll leave it all behind
D                C              G
In the end we'll leave it all behind
D                C              G
In the end we'll leave it all behind
 D                 C                   
Because the life I think I'm trying to find
C
Is probably all in the mind

G
It's all in the mind
G
It's all in the mind
G
It's all in the mind
G
It's all in the mind


Continue playing G until the song's end.
            
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