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Gentleman chords

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Chords are on the strum. There the bass note is plucked a 3 beats before the chord for the verses. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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[Intro]

F#m - C# - F#m - C#

[Verse 1]
          F#m                      C#
She's got problems with her father
    F#m                  C#
Juvenile detention center
    F#m                    A
But god she look her best
           D
When she's desperately dressed

    F#m                    C#
I'm so scared to stand this
       F#m               C#          
Always begging forgiveness
   A               F#m
Insatiable appetites
                      D
All come out at night

[Chorus]
              E
You call me a gentleman
           A                D
But you're easy, easy to please
              E
You call me a gentleman
           A                D
But you're easy, easy to please
              E
You call me a gentleman
           A                D - D - D - C   D - D - D - C
But you're easy, easy to please

[Bridge]

F#m            C#                          F#m    A   D   
Are we easy to love when we're down on our knees

F#m  A  D x 2
            
[Verse 2]
            F#m               C#
I've got no soul left to sell
               F#m                 C#
You don't talk much but I can tell
A                  F#m                       D
I can play insecure, to make you self assured
                                 
I don't mind doing what you like

[Chorus]
              E
You call me a gentleman
           F#m                D
But you're easy, easy to please
               E
You call me a gentleman
           F#m              D              
But you're easy, easy to please
               E
You call me a gentleman
           F#m            A
But you're easy, easy to love
              D
Down on your knees
               E
You call me a gentleman
           F#m            A
But you're easy, easy to love
              D
Down on your knees
              E
You call me a gentleman
           A              D - D - D - C   D - D - D - C
But you're easy, easy to please

We're so easy to love when we're down on our knees

            
            
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Plyv 20 Feb 12, 2017 08:51 PM

Really good! I find it easier to play transposed up three with a capo on the third fret.

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