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At The Mercy Chords (ver.2)

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At The Mercy Chords (ver.2)

Paul Mccartney
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                C                          D5                      D   D5dim                         D6
At the mercy, at the mercy At the mercy of a busy road, Who can handle such a heavy load?
Em/B         Bbdim          Bb5                    D/A  E7/Ab                             G  D
 At the mercy, At the mercy At the mercy of a busy day,  We can think of nothing more to say 

Dmaj7            F#m7            Bm  Bdim                             G
 If you show me love, I won't refuse     I know you'd never make me choose 
F#m            F#/Bb      Bm          A        Bm  Bdim
   Between the love I've got and the love I'd lose     sometimes
                    Bm  Bdim                               Bm
I'd rather run and hide,    Then stay and face the fear inside 

C                          D5                      D  D5dim                              D6
At the mercy, at the mercy At the mercy of a busy day, Who can bear to turn their head away? 
Em/B         Bbdim          Bb5                    D/A  E7/Ab                           G  D
 At the mercy, at the mercy At the mercy of a busy road   We can watch the universe explode 

(D-A-G-D-G-D-A)  x2  D

Dmaj7          F#m7             Bm  Bdim                              G
 If you take me up, I won't say no      I guess you'd rather see me grow 
F#m        F#/Bb  Bm          A         Bm  Bdim
   Into a better man than the one you know      Sometimes
                    Bm  Bdim                              Bm
my head is hanging low      It's time to get on with the show

C                          D5                      D   D5dim                          D6
At the mercy, at the mercy At the mercy of a busy day I can think of nothing more to say
            
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