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I Must Be In A Good Place Now Chords (ver.1)

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I Must Be In A Good Place Now Chords (ver.1)

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                this is my first tab. Im pretty sure this is correct disregarding fills. 

regular tuning EADGBE
  
this can also be played with a capo on the 3rd fret but this is without


F    C     F     Bb           C      C B Bb
Wild apple trees blooming all around
Bb        C               F    C
I must be in a good place now
F        C      F
Sunshine coming through
Bb               F   C B Bb
Rainbow coloured sky
Bb            C              F    F7
Paints pretty pictures in my mind

Bb                       F
Oh what a good day to go fishing
Bb                          F
And catch the sunset in the hills
A                          Dm
Dream of my yesterdays and tomorrow
Bb                              C
And hope that you’ll be with me still

F     C     F       Bb               C      C B Bb
Saw a butterfly and I named it after you
Bb            C               F     C
Your name has such a pleasant sound
F       C   F          Bb           C      C B Bb
Love is all around and all I see is you
Bb        C               F     F7
I must be in a good place now

Bb                       F
Oh what a good day to go fishing
Bb                          F
And catch the sunset in the hills
A                          Dm
Dream of my yesterdays and tomorrow
Bb                              C
And hope that you’ll be with me still

F     C     F       Bb               C      C B Bb
Saw a butterfly and I named it after you
Bb            C               F     C
Your name has such a pleasant sound
F       C   F          Bb           C      C B Bb
Love is all around and all I see is you
Bb        C               F     F7
I must be in a good place now
Bb        C                       F
I must be in a good place now
            
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