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Are You Lonely Chords

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Are you lonely - Graham Coxon (tabbed by goldaryn@hotmail.com)

Intro:
Dm   C9   G6   Gm (A)
Dm   C9   G6   Gm (A)

Dm           C9         G6        Gm
when all the nights are dream
Dm      C9       G6            Gm
and not really       what they seem

G        Gm      A     -Asus2- A
I cut my hair in spite
F          Gm       A      Bb   F  A  -Asus2- A
and set my hands on fire

Dm      F      G     Gm
are you lonely?
Dm      F      G     Gm
are you lonely?
Dm      F      G     A
are you lonely?

Dm     C9       G6        Gm
in the daylight hours
Dm   C9        G6           Gm
I go out and       kill the flowers

G     Gm      A     -Asus2- A
faces all too clear
F       Gm      A      Bb   F  A  -Asus2- A
keep on looming near

Dm      F      G     Gm
are you lonely?
Dm      F      G     Gm
are you lonely?
Dm      F      G     A
are you lonely?

& play intro again.

C9 = x32030
G6 = 320030
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michaelshumake 10 Aug 06, 2016 03:12 AM, edited at 07:25 am

These chords are incorrect. There is no G minor in the intro, The chorus is wrong (should go Dm, C, G, F). Em is used at the end of the chorus before the A. I submitted a correction but it was rejected. Follow my tips above to make your playing sound like the actual song.

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michaelshumake 10 Aug 06, 2016 03:12 AM

Many of the chords are incorrect, and will not result in playing "R U Lonely" by Graham Coxon. I tried to submit the correct chords but it was rejected. :/

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