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"Perfectly"
Written and Performed by Brad Skistimas (Five Times August)
Transcribed by Whitney Borisenok
Questions/Comments: whitney.borisenok@uvm.edu

This is just a simple chord version I figured out a couple of minutes ago.  It's fun to 
around with, you can finger pick and play it like he does or make it your own.  It can 
capoed anywhere depending on your voice, but he capos it on 7.


Chords Used:

      G    G/F#  Em7  Cadd9   Am   
 Gsus2
[-----3-----3-----3-----3-----0-----3-----3-----]
[-----3-----3-----3-----3-----1-----3-----3-----]
[-----0-----0-----0-----0-----2-----0-----0-----]
[-----0-----0-----2-----2-----2-----0-----0-----]
[-----2-----0-----2-----3-----0-----2-----3-----]
[-----3-----2-----0-----0-----0-----x-----x-----]


Verse: G - G/F# - Em7 - Cadd9

G
You’re the center of me
G/F#
And you’re the sinner in me
Em7                                              Cadd9
A saint in the wait, but the weight keeps bringing me down


Chorus: Am - G/B - Gsus2

               Am G/B Gsus2
Cause how you leaned on me

               Am G/B Gsus2
And how you’d sing to me

               Am G/B Gsus2 (strum once)
That’s what you mean to me,

And it’s perfectly you


That's all there is to it for the most part.  The strumming pattern is pretty basic, you 
get it down by listening to the song a couple of times and playing along with it.  Enjoy!
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