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Stranger Chords

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Chords used (relative to capo)

 A   D   B7   E  Bbdim7
-0---2---2---0------------|
-2---3---0---0----2-------|
-2---2---2---1----1-------|
-2---0---1---2----2-------|
-0-------2---2----1-------|
-------------0------------|

Intro: 

A / / / | D / / / | B7 / / / | E / / /

A                             Bbdim7
20 years of schooling, I just never learned the math
    B7                                 E 
That one and one don't equal two, They often equal half
       A                               Bbdim7
I have tried to live the high life, the best that I know how
     B7                                 E
And I bought my share of debonair, and parlayed it on the crowd

Chorus:
A                          D  
I do believe that there's no more tricks up my sleeve
   B7                 
The good old days have past and the good times after that
   E                                                      A
And slowly I've become undone a stranger with a stranger heart

A / / / | / / / /

A                                  Bbdim7  
Well I plan to hit the bottom, the bottle then the top
      B7                             E
And I pray that something quits me, before I gotta stop
         A                        Bbdim7
Cause the masquerade is over, but I was barely there
   B7                                E 
The mask come off the gilded cloth, yet I'm just barely there

Chorus x2

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JackCampesinos wrote on May 5 2013, 06:38 pm

Maybe I'm wrong, but to me, the verse seems like D then Dm immediately after on "They often equal half."

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planetplantmusic wrote on August 12 2015, 09:16 pm

The E in the verse is definitely d to d minor

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