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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: sjohnson@usa.net

Handy Man
James Taylor
(O. Blackwell, J. Jones) 1959

[||: D A Bm :||]
Hey girls, gather round [D, A/C#]
Listen to what I'm putting down [Bm, A]
Hey babe, I'm your handy man [G A D, G A]

I'm not the kind to use a pencil or rule [D]
I'm handy with love and I'm no fool [Bm]
I fix broken hearts, I know that I truly can [G A G D, G D A]

If your broken heart should need repair [G G4 G]
Then I'm the man to see [A D]
I whisper sweet things, you tell all your friends [G G4 G]
They'll come runnin' to me [E7 A]

Here is the main thing I want to say [G A D, /c#]
I'm busy 24 hours a day [Bm /a]
I fix broken hearts, I know that I truly can [G A G D, G A]

Come, come, come [D A Bm]
Yeah, yeah, yeah [D A Bm]
Come, come, come [D A Bm]
Yeah, yeah, yeah [D A Bm]
They'll come runnin' to me [E7 A]
[fade on D-A/C#-Bm progression]
That's me
I'm your handy man


From: "Anderson, Ken" <AndersK@mhocrm003.prose.dpi.qld.gov.au>

                               HANDYMAN
                           (Made famous by)
                               James Tayler

Intro:  D  A  Bm  (4 times)

D
Hey girls  gather round
Bm
Listen to what I'm puttin' down
G         A            D     Dsus4  A
Hey baby  I'm you handyman
D                         A         Bm
I'm not the kind to use a pencil or rule
Em         F#m          Bm
I'm handy with love and I'm no fool
  G                   A                 D    Dsus4  D
I fix broken hearts I know that I truly can
        G                   Gsus4  G
If your broken heart should need repair
     A               D
then I am the man to see
  G                         Gsus4         G
I whisper sweet things  you tell all your friends
E                      A
They'll come runnin' to me....
G           A               D
Here is the main thing that I want to say
Bm
I'm busy twenty four hours a day
  G                    A                 D   Dsus4  A
I fix broken hearts, I know that I truly can
D                    A           Bm
Come a come a come a come a come come
D         A    Bm
Yeah..... yeah yeah
D                    A           Bm
Come a come a come a come a come come
E                       A
They'll come runnin' to me.....
G           A               D
Here is the main thing that I want to say
Bm
I'm busy twenty four hours a day
  G                      A             D   Dsus4  A
I fix broken hearts baby I'm your handyman

Outro:
D                    A           Bm
Come a come a come a come a come come
D         A    Bm
Yeah..... yeah yeah

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geoffweeks wrote on December 17 2005, 01:02 pm

if you could place the chords with the timing, it would make it easier to read. say if someone didnt have the song to compare it to, then they wouldnt be able to figure out the song.

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Sloopy wrote on July 21 2007, 08:51 pm

Excellent, the second chords are better laid out.

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