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Piano Man Chords

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[Verse]

G11    C     Em/B       Am       C/G     F       C/E            D7
   Its nine oclock on a saturday   The   regular crowd shuffles in
G            C       Em/B       Am         C/G      F           G11       C
   Theres an old man    sitting next to me   making love to his tonic and gin
C F/C Cmaj7 G11         C           Em/B      Am     C/G     F          C/E   D7      

                He says son can you play me a memory   im    not really sure how it goes
        C           Em/B        Am      C/G           F        G11          C
But its sad and its sweet and I knew it complete when I wore a younger mans clothes

 
[Chorus]
 
Am       Am G      D7/F#      F  Am      Am/G          D7/F#     D7   G   G/F
Da da da     de de Da               dada          dede da          da da
C/E  G7/D   C         Em/B          Am        C/G      F         C/E       D7
            Sing us a song your the piano man          Sing us a song        tonite   
G           C          Em/B       Am     C/G         F            G11         C
  Well were all in the mood for a melody         and youve got us feeling all   right

  
[Instrumental]

F/C  Cmaj7       G11


[Verse]

G11    C     Em/B       Am       C/G     F       C/E            D7
Now Paul at the bar hes a freind of mine, he gets me my drinks for free
G            C       Em/B       Am         C/G      F           G11       C
And hes quick with a joke and a light of your smoke but theres some place that hed rather be
C F/C Cmaj7 G11         C           Em/B      Am     C/G     F          C/E    D7
              He says bill i beilive this is killing me as the smile ran away from his face
        C           Em/B        Am      C/G           F        G11          C
Well im sure that I could be a movie star if I could get out of this place


[Chorus]
 
Am       Am G      D7/F#      F  Am      Am/G          D7/F#     D7   G   G/F
Da da da     de de Da               dada          dede da          da da
C/E  G7/D   C         Em/B          Am        C/G      F         C/E       D7
            Sing us a song your the piano man          Sing us a song        tonite   
G           C          Em/B       Am     C/G         F            G11         C
  Well were all in the mood for a melody         and youve got us feeling all   right
 
 
[Verse] 
 
G11    C     Em/B       Am       C/G     F       C/E            D7 
Now Paul is a real estate novelist who never had time for a wife
G            C       Em/B       Am         C/G      F           G11       C
And hes talking with Davy whos still in the navy and probably will be for life
C F/C Cmaj7 G11         C           Em/B      Am     C/G     F          C/E    D7
And the waitress is practising politics As the businessmen slowly get stoned
        C           Em/B        Am      C/G           F        G11          C
yes they're sharing a drink they call loneliness but its better than drinking alone


[Chorus]
 
Am       Am G      D7/F#      F  Am      Am/G          D7/F#     D7   G   G/F
Da da da     de de Da               dada          dede da          da da
C/E  G7/D   C         Em/B          Am        C/G      F         C/E       D7
            Sing us a song your the piano man          Sing us a song        tonite   
G           C          Em/B       Am     C/G         F            G11         C
  Well were all in the mood for a melody         and youve got us feeling all   right


[Verse]

G11    C     Em/B       Am       C/G     F       C/E            D7  
its a pretty good crowd for a saturday And the manager gives me a smile
G            C       Em/B       Am         C/G      F           G11       C
Cause he knows that its me they've been coming to see To forget about life for a while
C F/C Cmaj7 G11         C           Em/B      Am     C/G     F          C/E    D7
And the piano sounds like a carnival and the microphone smells like a beer
        C           Em/B        Am      C/G           F        G11          C
And they sit at the bar and put bread in my jar and say man what are you doing here?


[Chorus]
 
Am       Am G      D7/F#      F  Am      Am/G          D7/F#     D7   G   G/F
Da da da     de de Da               dada          dede da          da da
C/E  G7/D   C         Em/B          Am        C/G      F         C/E       D7
            Sing us a song your the piano man          Sing us a song        tonite   
G           C          Em/B       Am     C/G         F            G11         C
  Well were all in the mood for a melody         and youve got us feeling all   right
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gtrplayr1 10 wrote on August 14 2006, 09:55 pm

dude, i dont know how to play these ****ing chords and im usually reele good with theory, culd u message me or something and hook me up with the fret numbers for each chord?

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Sister Bob 226 wrote on September 12 2006, 06:56 pm

Try cutting out the odd chord and just playing the typical major you know? (ie, G11 just play Gmaj... sounds alright to me...)

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deadguynumber3 52 wrote on March 3 2007, 10:09 pm

G11 is either 3.5.3.5.3.5 or x.10.10.10.10.10

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