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Springsteen Bruce - Nothing Man Tabs

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Nothing Man Tabs

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                What A Beautiful Day - Chris Cagle

**Capo 2**

Intro:  G#m7  A  B  E (x4)

C#m        B                         A          G#m7 A
Day 1, I stumbled through "hello" on 5th avenue
  C#m     B                               A             G#m7 A
Day 2, we grabbed a bite to eat and talked all afternoon
F#m                B      A                   B
Caught a movie on day 14, on day 67 she said "I love you" to me

          E               G#m7       A     B
Oh what a feeling, what a wonderful emotion
            E     G#m7                      A      B
Yeah what a life, counting my blessings and knowing
      Asus                    B
Ooh we had our ups and downs, all along the way
   Asus                       B
She had a chance to leave but chose to stay
                    G#m7  A  B  E (x2)
What a beautiful day

   C#m     B                                    A             G#m7 A
Day 116, I asked her what she was doing for the rest of my life
    C#m       B                         A             G#m7 A
Day 189, oh I almost lost that girl to my foolish pride
F#m                    B     A                B
She said "I do" on day 482, gave me a son on day 761


G#m7    A   G#m7                             A                B
Day 18,253 well honey that's 50 years, yeah here's to you and me


 C#m           B                   A
Day 1, I thank God I said hello on 5th avenue

Chords: (all chords count up from capo)
A   =   x02220
Asus=   x02200
B   =   x24442(bar chord) or xx4442
C#m =   x46654(bar chord) or xx6654
E   =   022100
F#m =   244222(bar chord)
G#m7=   464444(bar chord)
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