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Onerepublic, Good Life 1 Chords (ver.7)

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Good Life 1 Chords (ver.7)

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                C9    032033
G     320033
Em7   022033
Dsus4  200233

Intro: C9,G,Em7,Dsus4 (x2)


C9
Woke up in London yesterday
G
Found myself in the city near Piccadilly
Em7
Don't really know how I got here
Dsus4
I got some pictures on my phone

C9
New names and numbers that I don't know
G
Address to places like Abbey Road
Em7
Day turns to night, night turns to whatever we want
Dsus4
We're young enough to say

[Chorus]

C9                         G     
Oh this has gotta be the good life
                      Em7  
This has gotta be the good life
                       Dsus4
This could really be a good life, good life

C9                                G
Say oh, got this feeling that you can't fight
                     Em7
Like this city is on fire tonight
                       Dsus4
This could really be a good life. A good, good life


C9 G Em7 Dsus4 x2

[Verse 2]

C9
To my friends in New York, I say hello
G
My friends in L.A. they don't know
Em7
Where I've been for the past few years or so
Dsus4
Paris to China to Col-or-ado

C9
Sometimes there's airplanes I can' t jump out
G
Sometimes there's bullsh*t that don't work now
Em7
We are god of stories but please tell me-e-e-e
Dsus4
What there is to complain about

[Bridge 1]

C9
When you're happy like a fool
G
Let it take you over
Em7
When everything is out
Dsus4
You gotta take it in



[Chorus]



[Bridge 2]

C9
Hopelessly
I feel like there might be something that I'll miss
G
Hopelessly
I feel like the window closes oh so quick
Em7
Hopelessly
I'm taking a mental picture of you now
Dsus4
'Cuz hopelessly
The hope is we have so much to feel good about
            
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