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Nice little song.  Part of the reason I wanted to upload this is because of the accuracy of the lyrics.  
I don't feel like any lyric sites currently have the accurate lyrics posted.  Of course, all my fixes 
were done by ear, so it may be wrong anyway but whatever.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0kHPjZfaWc

Solo suggestions:  C major scale is fine, bending the third up every once in a while, until the 
A#sus2, at which point I suggest briefly switching over to C Mixolydian, emphasizing the flat 7th.  
That can hold over until the Fm, where briefly playing the Cm scale is good.  Finally, when 
the G is reached, go back to the original C major scale.   

[Intro]
C E7/B A#sus2 F Fm G Gsus4  G7

[Verse]
C                E7
 I tried to find   a good reason for loving
Am                                      D7
  But I couldn't find nothing, though I searched all through the night.
C                            E7
 Back at the all night diner,  feeding coins to the old jukebox
Am                                                  D7
  I feel the rhythm, no matter what is given by the school of hard knocks

[Chorus]
          C            E7/B
So and if music is what fuels your love,
     F        D7
Play on, play on, on
    C           G    C        G
And nothing can stop you! (Woooooo)

[Solo]
C E7/B A#sus2 F Fm G Gsus4  G7

[Verse]
C                 E7 
 I tried to define  my reason for living
Am                                    D7
  And as a chill ran down my spine, I knew something was missing
C                        E7
 So I turn my eyes inward  to search for that something more
Am                                                D7
  And with the sun, I hit the rode running to sing songs from my soul's core

[Chorus]
          C             E7/B
Oh and if music is what fuels your love,
     F        D7
Play on, play on, on
    C           G    C        G
And nothing can stop you! (Woooooo)

[Solo]
C E7/B A#sus2 F Fm G Gsus4  G7 (x2)

[Chorus] (x2):
          C             E7/B
Oh and if music is what fuels your love,
     F        D7
Play on, play on, on
    C           G    C        G
And nothing can stop you! (Woooooo)

[Chorus] (A capella):
          C             E7/B
Oh and if music is what fuels your love,
     F        D7
Play on, play on, 
C           G    C        G
nothing can stop you! (Woooooo)

[Chorus] (Synths):
          C             E7
Oh and if music is what fuels your love,
     F        D7
Play on, play on, on
    C           G   
No nothing can stop you! (No nothing can stop)


[Chorus]
          C             E7/B
Oh and if music is what fuels your love,
     F        D7
Play on, play on, on
    C           G    C        G
And nothing can stop you! (Woooooo)

          C             E7/B
Oh and if music is what fuels your love,
     F    D7  C G Fm C
Play on...
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alanreidy 10 Aug 04, 2015 02:32 PM

Interesting stuff. Have to admit I play it quite differently, but then I confess I never really listened to the song while I was poking away on the guitar. Love LP anyway, and always nice to see others who appreciate their music.

Intro - C Cmaj7 / C7 F / G#m / G Am Bm... /

Verses - much the same but I prefer a D rather than D7

Chorus - I'd always played F#m rather than D7 here

*all of the above is a little bit of a lie as I play it in A simply to cater for my non-existent vocal range, but you get the point!

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