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Million Reasons chords

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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 01:36 PM

Amazing! <3

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PulpDood 85 Nov 25, 2016 01:33 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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lislim 10 Jan 21, 2017 02:12 PM

If a male is singing it it's a male version. The lyrics are gender neutral, which is typical for Gaga, which I love.

I capo 4 and use the original voicing. (So I'm singing in the key of E)

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