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Early Days Chords

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Paul Mccartney
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                             Early Days – Paul McCartney
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Tuning: standard
Chords used

I don't know names of chords. Cheers.

      D    D/E   D/F#   G    F#m7
e|----2-----2-----2-----3-----2----------------------------------------------|
B|----3-----3-----3-----3-----2----------------------------------------------|
G|----2-----0-----2-----0-----2----------------------------------------------|
D|----0-----2-----4-----0-----2----------------------------------------------|
A|----------------------2-----4----------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------3-----2----------------------------------------------|


D  D/E  D/F#  G    x2    


D            D/E           D/F#      G    
They can't take it from me if they tried
D         D/E                 D/F#      G    
I lived through those early days 
D         D/E            D/F#               G    
So many times I had to change the pain to laughter
D         D/E               D/F#            G    
Just to keep from getting crazed


D   F#m7   G   D 


D            D/E                D/F#     G                  D
Dressed in black from head to toe, two guitars across our backs
         D/E           D/F#     G                  
We would walk the city roads
D         D/E               D/F#          G                  
Seeking someone who would listen to the music
D              D/E             D/F#          G                  
That we were writing down at home

D                D/E           D/F#      G    
But they can't take it from me if they tried
D         D/E                 D/F#      G    
I lived through those early days 
D         D/E            D/F#               G    
So many times I had to change the pain to laughter
D         D/E               D/F#            G    
Just to keep from getting crazy


D   F#m7   G   D
G   D   F#m7 


D              D/E           D/F#          G               D
Hair slicked back with Vaseline like the pictures on the wall
       D/E           D/F#     G                  
Of the local record shop
D         D/E            D/F#          G               
Hearing noises we were destined to remember
D               D/E             D/F#          G               
We willed the thrill to never stop

D   F#m7   G   D
G   D   F#m7 


D            F#m7        G                D
Made sweet memories of friends from the past
       G                    D              F#m7
Always come to you when you look for them
D          F#m7         G           D
And your inspiration, long may it last
       G                    D              F#m7
May it come to you time and time again


D   F#m7   G   D
G   D   F#m7 


D          D/E           D/F#           G              
Now everybody seems to have their own opinion
D            D/E              D/F#          G               
Of who did this and who did that
D           D/E             D/F#          G              
But as for me I don't see how they can remember
D           D/E                  D/F#           G              
When they weren't where it was at

D                D/E           D/F#      G    
And they can't take it from me if they tried
D               D/E                 D/F#      G    
Cause I lived through those early days
D         D/E            D/F#               G    
So many times I had to change the pain to laughter
D         D/E               D/F#      G    
Just to keep from getting crazed

D         D/E                 D/F#      G    
I lived through those early days
D         D/E                 D/F#      G    
I lived through those early days


D   F#m7   G   D
            
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