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Million Reasons Chords

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  • This is my first entry, it sounds pretty accurate ... Show more

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[Intro]

C Am F G


[Verse 1]

       C
You're giving me a million reasons to let you go
       Am
You're giving me a million reasons to quit the show
       F
You're givin' me a million reasons
Give me a million reasons
G
Givin' me a million reasons
About a million reasons
C
If I had a highway, I would run for the hills
   Am
If you could find a dry way, I'd forever be still
           F
But you're giving me a million reasons
Give me a million reasons
G
Givin' me a million reasons
About a million reasons


[Chorus]

F     C       Am
I bow down to pray
                  G
I try to make the worst seem better
F          C      Am
Lord, show me the way
                       G
To cut through all his worn out leather
F             C               Am                   G
   I've got a hundred million reasons to walk away
    F
But baby, I just need one good one to stay


[Verse 2]

C
Head stuck in a cycle, I look off and I stare
     Am
It's like that I've stopped breathing, but completely aware
              F
'Cause you're giving me a million reasons
Give me a million reasons
G
Givin' me a million reasons
About a million reasons
C
And if you say something that you might even mean
     Am
It's hard to even fathom which parts I should believe
              F
'Cause you're giving me a million reasons
Give me a million reasons
G
Givin' me a million reasons
About a million reasons


[Chorus]

F     C       Am
I bow down to pray
                  G
I try to make the worst seem better
F          C      Am
Lord, show me the way
                       G
To cut through all his worn out leather
F             C               Am                   G
   I've got a hundred million reasons to walk away
    F                                  Am
But baby, I just need one good one to stay


[Bridge]

  F               C
Hey, ehh, ehh, eyy
         G
Baby I'm bleedin', bleedin'
Am   F         C
Stay, ehh, ehhy
                           G
Can't you give me what I'm needin', needin'
F     C                   G                Am
Every heartbreak makes it hard to keep the faith
    F
But baby, I just need one good one
Good one, good one, good one, good one, good one


[Chorus]

     F     C       Am
When I bow down to pray
                  G
I try to make the worst seem better
F          C      Am
Lord, show me the way
                       G
To cut through all his worn out leather
F             C               Am                   G
   I've got a hundred million reasons to walk away
    F
But baby, I just need one good one, good one
Tell me that you'll be the good one, good one
                                  Am   F  C 
Baby, I just need one good one to stay
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amygrint2501 10 Nov 24, 2016 06:36 PM

Amazing! <3

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PulpDood 85 Nov 25, 2016 06:33 AM

More correct than the other one as the verse ends with only the G chord.

Also, to make it even easier to play (i.e. no barre chords) transpose -5 steps and put capo on 5. Or you don't even need the capo if you're planning on singing a male version.

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shanoa001 10 Dec 19, 2016 06:11 PM

There is no such thing as a male version....GaGa is the original and I have to inform you... she is female. I'm an Alto, my range is low to high... If I go -5, I can sing it fine (basic chords,which most can pick up on)as I can the original chords before transposing down...and capo on five and transpose -5??? You must have a very very high voice, capo's are used to fit your tone and vocal range...pitch. And that is no where near the original or the way for someone to learn properly...way too high and tinny. Capo on 1st/2nd fret is much more pleasant on the ears....without straining oneself beyond capability. Listen to Lady GaGas pitch, low to high and all inbetween... Opera singer trained and you can hear every chord change in her voice. When you play someone elses music the idea is not to mimic the person but to reinvent the song your style...within your own capabilities. There are Alto's both male and female..and any song can be performed by both male and females...the only thing that changes are the words and emotions behind. , x choir girl, band promoter, and associations with Mushroom Records past. retired dancer/entertainer.

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