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IF I WERE A RICH MAN - Fiddler On The Roof Tune ½ down + capo on 4th `Dear Lord, you made many, many poor people. I realize, of course, that it's no shame to be poor. But it's no great honor either. So, what would have been so terrible if I had a small fortune?" - A If I were a rich man, A7 - Yubby dibby dibby dibby dibby dibby dibby dum Dº7/E Am All day long I'd biddy biddy bum B7 E / If I were a wealthy man; I !! A Wouldn't have to work hard A7 - A+7sus4 - A7i - Ya ha deedle deedle, bubba bubba deedle deedle dum Dº7/E Am If I were biddy biddy rich B7 E7 A/ Idle deedle daidle daidle man Dm G7 I'd build a big tall house with rooms by the dozens Cmaj7 A7 Right in the middle of the town Dm E7 A A fine tin roof with real wooden floors below Dm G7 There could be one long staircase just going up Cmaj7 A7 And one even longer coming down Dm B7 E7 And one more leading nowhere just for show./ D E9/B I'd fill my yards with chicks and turkeys and geese A F#7 And ducks for the town to see and hear Bm E7 A Squawking just as noisly as they can D E9/B And each loud "cheep" and "swaqwk" and "honk" or "quack" A F#7 Would land like a trumpet on the ear Dm7 B7 E7 As if to say `here lives a wealthy man`/ A (A) If I were a rich man, A7 - Yubby dibby dibby dibby dibby dibby dibby dum Dº7/E Am All day long I'd biddy biddy bum B7 E7/ If I were a wealthy man; I !! A Wouldn't have to work hard A7 - A+7sus4 - A7i - Yubby dibby dibby dibby dibby dibby dibby dum Dº7/E Am If I were biddy biddy rich B7/ E7/ A / Idle deedle daidle daidle man A7 A+7sus4 A7i I'd see my - Dm G7 C wife, my Golde, looking like a rich man's wife (C) With a proper double - chin. Dm E7 A Supervising meals to her heart's de - light. Dm7 G7 I see her putting on airs and strutting like a peacock. C Bb7 A7 - Oy, what a happy mood she's in. Dm B7 E7 Screaming at the servants, day and night. E F G A G F E F The most im - por - tant men in town G A Bb C Bb A would come to fawn on me! Dm/ They would ask me to advise them, C# Bb/ Like a Solomon the Wise. Bb - A Gm/ "If you please, Reb Tevye..." G - F Gm6/E/ "Pardon me, Reb Tevye..." A7 / Posing problems that would cross a rabbi's eyes! (A7) Ja dada die da da, Jada daa daa, jada daa daa A7 - A+7sus4 - A7i / Dm G7 And it won't make one bit of difference Cmaj7 A7 if I answer right or wrong. Dm/ B7/ E7/ When you're rich, they think you really know! D E9/B If I were rich, I'd have the time that I lack A F#7 To sit in the synagogue and pray. Bm E7 A And maybe have a seat by the Eastern wall. Dm G7 C And I'd dis - cuss the holy books with the learned men, A7 several hours every day. Dm7 B7 E7 That would be the sweetest thing of all. A If I were a rich man, A7 - Yubby dibby dibby dibby dibby dibby dibby dum Dº7/E Am All day long I'd biddy biddy bum B7 E/ If I were a wealthy man; I !! A Wouldn't have to work hard A7 - A+7sus4 - A7i - Ya ha deedle deedle, bubba bubba deedle deedle dum Dº7/E Am Lord who made the lion and the lamb, Dº7/E Am You decreed I should be what I am. Dº7/E Am G F#m6 Would it spoil some vast e - ternal plan?/ - E7 A A - E - A// If I were a weal - thy man. A x02220 A7 x02020 Dº7/E x20101 Am x02210 B7 x24242 E 022100 A+7sus4 x0303x A7i x0565x E7 020130 Dm xx0231 G7 320001 Cmaj7 x32000 E9/B x22132 D xx0232 F#7 24232x Bm x24432 Dm7 xx0211 B7 x21202 C x32010 Bb7 x13131 E 0xxxxx F 1xxxxx G 3xxxxx A x0xxxx Bb x1xxxx C x3xxxx C# x4xxxx Bb x13331 Gm 355333 Gm6/E 01203x G 3200xx F#m6 20124x I used powertab freeware for chordnames and found that tuning ½ down changes those names. I rewrote the names according to normal tuning.