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Aint Nobodys Business Chords

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[Verse]
C#           F
One day we have ham and bacon
F#                        Cdim7
And the next day ain't nothing shaking
          C#                   Bflat min              D# min    G#       C#     F#     C#      G#
But it ain't nobody's business                           if we do
    C#           F
If me and my baby fuzz and fight
F#                        Cdim7
Yes and the next minute let me tell you were alright
     C#                   Bflat min          D#     G#       C#     F#     C#      G#
Ain't nobody's business                        if we do
C#             F
I'm three      three times seven
F#                        Cdim7
Lord, lord, lord let me tell you it makes twenty one
          C#                   Bflat min              D#     G#     C#         F#     C#      G#
And it ain't nobody's business                       what I'll do
C#                          F
Lord, lord, lord,lord, lord, lord, lord,
      F#                        Cdim7
Lord, lord, lord,lord, lord, lord, lord,
 C#                   Bflat              D#     G#     C#         F#     C#      G#
Ain't nobody's business                        what I'll do
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borehk 10 Jul 15, 2012 09:24 AM

I think Gdim7 is the chord you're looking for (instead of Gm7)

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rodneyd 93 Aug 15, 2013 03:52 PM

Thanks Borehk!

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Jim72344 10 Apr 08, 2015 07:50 AM

Thanks. I've been looking for this. I transposed it down to C and it makes it much easier to play. Except what becomes an A# in the third line should be A or even better A7. Also, where it goes from C to E in the first line and then throughout the song, it sounds bluesier if you also make the E, E7.

Truly, thank you though. I just like to add the bluesier sound.

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