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50 Ways To Leave Your Lover Chords

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Words & music by Paul Simon 1975


Em/G                 D6             |Cmaj7              B7-9 B7|
     "The problem is all inside your head", she said to me

Em               D#07       |Gmaj9+5        B+|
   The answer is easy if you take it logically

Em             D6              |Cmaj7          B7-9
   I'd like to help you in your struggle to be free

      B7     |Em       Am7               |Em   |
There must be    fifty ways to leave your lover


Em/G               D6           |Cmaj7      B7-9 B7
     She said it's really not my habit to intrude

      |Em              D#07            |Gmaj9+5       B+
Furthermore, I hope my meaning won't be lost or misconstrued

   |Em            D6         |Cmaj7         B7-9
But I'll repeat myself at the risk of being crude

      B7     |Em       Am7               |Em   |
There must be    fifty ways to leave your lover

       Am7               |Em
 Fifty ways to leave your lover


                  |G         |
 Just slip out the back, Jack

           |Bb6       |
 Make a new plan, Stan

                     |C7      |
 You don't need to be coy, Roy

                  |G
 Just get yourself free

           |        |
 Hop on the bus, Gus

                     |Bb6      |
 You don't need to discuss much

                  |C7      |
 Just drop off the key, Lee

                 |G   |
 And get yourself free


                  |G         |
 Just slip out the back, Jack

           |Bb6       |
 Make a new plan, Stan

                     |C7      |
 You don't need to be coy, Roy

                  |G
 Just get yourself free

           |        |
 Hop on the bus, Gus

                     |Bb6      |
 You don't need to discuss much

                  |C7      |
 Just drop off the key, Lee

                 |G   |  |  |  |
 And get yourself free



Em/G             D6              |Cmaj7           B7-9
     She said it grieves me so to see you in such pain

  B7            |Em                   D#07 |Gmaj9+5         B+  |
I wish there was    something I could do to make you smile again

Em            D6               |Cmaj7              B7-9
   I said I appreciate that and would you please explain

 B7      |Em        Am7|Em   |
About the fifty ways


Em/G              D6                |Cmaj7         B7-9
     She said why don't we both just sleep on it tonight

    B7 |Em           D#07            |Gmaj9+5        B+   
And I believe in the morning you'll begin to see the light

            |Em              D6          |Cmaj7        B7-9
And then she kissed me and I realized she probably was right

      B7     |Em       Am7               |Em   |
There must be    fifty ways to leave your lover

       Am7               |Em
 Fifty ways to leave your lover


                  |G         |
 Just slip out the back, Jack

           |Bb6       |
 Make a new plan, Stan

                     |C7      |
 You don't need to be coy, Roy

                  |G
 Just get yourself free

           |        |
 Hop on the bus, Gus

                     |Bb6      |
 You don't need to discuss much

                  |C7      |
 Just drop off the key, Lee

                 |G   |
 And get yourself free


                      |G         |
 You just slip out the back, Jack

           |Bb6       |
 Make a new plan, Stan

                     |C7      |
 You don't need to be coy, Roy

                  |G
 Just get yourself free

           |        |
 Hop on the bus, Gus

                     |Bb6      |
 You don't need to discuss much

                  |C7      |
 Just drop off the key, Lee

                 |G   |  |  |  |    
 And get yourself free


Em/G    322000 or XX3231
D6      xx0432 or XX0202
CM7     x32000
B7-9    x24222 or X2121X
B7      021202
Em      022000
D#dim7  xx1222 or XX1212
GM9+5   320203 or 3X424X
B+      xx1004
Am7     x02213
G       320003
Bb6     x13311 or X13033
C7      x32310

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Icemelt wrote on July 14 2011, 08:34 pm

That's not a D#dim7.. just saying.

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