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I Am Just A Man chords

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I Am Just a Man – Gungor
(in E harmonic minor) 

Intro Chords: Bsus --- B (7x)

Verse 1
  Em            Eb/Em      D/G   A
I fall on my face, as I walk into the room
C7                                       B
Make ‘em think that I am one of them
  Em           Eb/Em             D           A
I smile and I nod, with an ineffectual amen
C7                                             B
Though I don’t believe a word they’ve said

Chorus  
Em  F#/Bsus  G  A
I          am      just a man,
C7                             B
Trying to be more than I am
Em      F#/Bsus    G      A
Wake      my   –   self again
C7                                          B
Take my heart from this old shifting sand

Instrumental: Bsus --- B (5x)

Verse 2
   Em           Eb/Em      D/G        A
I speak of the poor, but I live with the rich
C7                                      B
Is that my hate for saying us and them?
Em              Eb/Em       D           A
Hypocrisy I hate, as a hypocrite I am
C7                                         B
Transparent to the point that they’ll forget

Chorus

Chorus Ende
C7                                   Bsus       B
Will my faith find solid ground again?

Outro Chords: Bsus --- B (9x)





I play piano, so I'm not sure if there's any way to play some
 of these chords on a single guitar. To achieve the sound of
 the song, maybe you could have a base player play the 
bottom not of that chord. (Ex: for Eb/Em, the bass player would
 play the Eb and the guitarist would proceed to play the Em chord.) Have fun!
Also I was having trouble with the finished tab thing putting the chords over
the right words, but hopefully you guys can figure it out.

            
            
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