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Monday Tuesday Wednesday I Love You Chords

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"Monday Tuesday Wednesday I Love You"
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Monday Tuesday Wednesday I Love You
Written by Ross Parker
Performed by various artists
(more recently Gossling from the Woolworths ad in Australia)
Key G
Tabbed by Kellie G. (autobahn)

I'm in the process of providing a link to the chord diagrams the way I play it, 
I find that although UG has a great database, 
it isn't exhaustive and there are many ways to play a chord 
that aren't shown.

This song is so lovely and worth learning for all the new and beautiful chords! 
If you need extra help with a chord, just Google it and you'll find something that 
suits you easily enough.
Make up what you can't do, and it'll sound just fine. :)

G                Gmaj7                G6                G#dim   D7
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, I love you
Am       *AmMaj7    Am7            D7
January, February, into March and April
D7aug    G
Same way too
C6 (barre)    C#dim   G/D                E9
May, June and July, I never let a day go by
Without a kiss for you to remember
D7               Ddim       Am7       D9
Just in case you go away in August or September
G              Gmaj7            G6      G#dim
In October and November, not to mention cold December
I love you
Am            *AmMaj7            Am7            B7       Em      G7
Though another year has gone I'm ready for the next one too
C6                   C#dim                     G/D                E9
Every single second, every minute, every hour, all the whole year through
C      Bdim    Am7         Bdim      C6      B7       Em       D7    G
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, I love you

*AmMaj7 chord is played with first two fingers in first fret (4th and 5th string) 
and ring finger in second fret (third string), like the shape of Fmaj7.

Instead of Bdim I play C/B because I can't play the change fast enough 
and it gets by (but only  just).  If anyone can help out with playing 
this bit fast and with ease and sounding good, please comment below.


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