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Make Your Own Kind Of Music Chords

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Mama Cass Elliot - Make Your Own Kind of Music
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| -- CAPO 5th FRET -- |


E          A
Nobody can tell ya;
E                          A
There's only one song worth singin'.
E                A
They may try and sell ya,
          E                                B
'cause it hangs them up to see somone like you.

                 E         A
But you've gotta make your own kind of music
E         A
sing your own special song,
E         A
make your own kind of music,
E                        B
even if nobody else sing along.


E               A
You're gonna be knowing
E                    A
the loneliest kind of lonely.
E               A
It may be rough goin',
        E                                     B
just to do your thing's, the hardest thing to do.


                 E         A
But you've gotta make your own kind of music
E         A
sing your own special song,
E         A
make your own kind of music,
E                        B
even if nobody else sing along.


D                          B
So if you cannot take my hand,
D
and if you must be goin',
B
I will understand.


             E         A
You've gotta make your own kind of music
E         A
sing your own special song,
E         A
make your own kind of music,
E                        B
even if nobody else sing along.

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beautiful track ... brought back to glory thanks to Lost tv series :).
chords by michael f (michaelf.ms@gmail.com)
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rachel_anna wrote on March 15 2010, 09:05 pm

This is just wrong. The chord placement is totally off.

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OMGitsBRIEN wrote on January 11 2012, 06:33 pm

The chord placement isn't totally off.

On the chorus, just add in a G chord right after the F.

I also use an Am instead of the A#.

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OMGitsBRIEN wrote on January 11 2012, 06:34 pm

Sorry, I was playing it in C.

If you're playing it in E, add B after each A in the chorus, and use a C#m instead of a D for the bridge.

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