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Fiona Apple - Why Try To Change Me Now Chords

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Why Try To Change Me Now Chords

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Fiona Apple
Music by Cy Coleman
Lyrics by Joseph A. McCarthy

Covered and performed by Fiona Apple for “The Best Is Yet to Come - The Songs of 
Cy Coleman” and at “Largo @ the Coronet” respectively. 
Recorded also, amongst others by Frank Sinatra (1952), Sammy Davis, Jr. (1965), 
Helen Humes (1981), Elvin Jones (1984)

Cm7      F7           Bbmaj7      G9
I'm sentimental, so I walk in the rain
Cm7           F7b9        Dm7b5  G+7 Cm7
I've got some habits even I can't explain
      Cm7b5         Dm7             Dbdim7
Could start for the corner, turn up in Spain
    Cm7        F13   Dm7 G7b9
But why try to change me now

Cm7       F7                 Bbmaj7      G9
I sit and daydream, I've got daydreams galore
Cm7       F7b9             Dm7b5 G+7   Cm7
Cigarette ashes; there they go on the floor
     Cm7b5   Dm7                          Dbdim7
I'll go away weekends, leave my keys in the door
    Cm7        F13   Dm7 G7b9
But why try to change me now

Gm7         F#m7       Fm7    Bb7        Eb6/9          C+7     Fm7 Bb9
Why can't I be more conventional, People talk, and they stare So I try 
Eb6/9      Am7   Ab7 
But that's not for me
Gm7           C7
Cause I can't see 
Fmaj7       Dm7  Gm7   C7 
My kind of crazy world
Cm7 F7        Bm7
Go passing me by

Cm7           F7              Bbmaj7         G9
So let people wonder, let 'em laugh, let 'em frown
Cm7           F7b9              Dm7b5         G+7
You know I'll love you till the moon's upside down
Cm7       Ab9            Dm7         Dbdim7
Don't you remember I was always your clown
Cm7        F13       Bb6 
Why try to change me now
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