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Keep Your Head Up Chords

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[Intro]

Dm F C G 


[Bridge]

Em F G


[Chorus]

Dm F C G


[Verse 1]

Dm                         F
I've been waiting on the sunset
              C
Bills on my mindset
            G                  Dm
I can get deny theyre getting high
                 F
Higher than my income
                C
My income's breadcrumbs
             G         Dm
I've been trying to survive
                 F
The glow that the sun gives
               C
Right around sunset
  G          Dm
Helps me realize
                 F
This is just a journey
            C
Drop your worries
 G
You are gonna turn out fine.
Em    F             G
Oh, you'll turn out fine.
Em    F                     G
Fine, oh, you'll turn out fine.


[Chorus]

                         Dm      F
But you gotta keep your head up, oh,
                      C          G
And you can let your hair down, eh.
                     Dm       F
you gotta keep your head up, oh,
                      C         G
And you can let your hair down, eh.
Dm           F
I know it's hard
     C         G
To remember sometimes,
                         Dm       F
But you gotta keep your head up, oh,
                      C          G
And you can let your hair down, eh.


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spyderwebbe 10 Feb 01, 2011 03:11 PM

really good tab dannymunns

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guitarest4God 10 Jun 12, 2011 07:16 PM

You did a good job with this. I just wanted to let you know that Andy Grammer himself has a tutorial for this song on youtube. The Chord progression for the verse, chorus, and bridge is Dm, C, Am, G. He explains that in the Dm and the Am that he leaves the "g" sting open. And I also noticed that every time he plays the G chord he bars it.

Good work though!

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damodamo 10 Jan 08, 2012 11:58 AM

Good tab EXCEPT.....
In the video tutorial, Andy Grammer states that in the Dm chord he doesn't play the D note (3rd fret) on the B string. Instead, he plays a C note (1st fret) on the B string, making this chord a Dm.

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