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Drunk In The Morning chords

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[Intro]

| Em7 | Dmaj7 | Em7 | Dmaj7 | Em7 | Dmaj7 | C#m7b5 | F#7#5 |


[Verse 1]

Em7
Girl, I got one question
Dmaj7
Are you still awake
Em7
Awake and up for me to see you - see you
Em7                  Dmaj7
Please just listen, yes I know it's late
C#m7b5        F#7#5
but better late than never

                 Em7 
I know it's 5 in the morning, morning
             Dmaj7
sure who I'm calling, calling
Em7                                Dmaj7
you haven't heard from me in some time
                 Em7
girl I hope you want it want it,
             Dmaj7
when you hear me talking, talking
Em7        D/F#          G         A
you know I've been out and is it ok I stop by


[Chorus]

D                   Gmaj7
When i'm drunk in the morning, 
             Em7               A
I'm calling you, you might be lonely - lonelyyy
D                   Gmaj7
when I'm drunk in the morning
             Em7
I'm calling you
             A
you might lonely, lonelyyy


[Verse 2]

Em7        Dmaj7                 Em7
Emma I did and Sophie I kissed, baby
                     Dmaj7
Sarah I had in my hand, but I'm calling you
Em7                            Dmaj7
but not before it's past two o'clock
                        C#m7b5            F#7#5
cause I'm balling with my boys, my boys, my boys

                 Em7 
I know it's 5 in the morning, morning
             Dmaj7
sure who i'm calling, calling
Em7                                Dmaj7
you haven't heard from me in some time
                 Em7
girl i hope you want it want it,
             Dmaj7
when you hear me talking, talking
Em7        D/F#          G         A
you know I've been out and is it ok I stop by


[Chorus]

D                   Gmaj7
When i'm drunk in the morning, 
             Em7               A
i'm calling you, you might be lonely - lonelyyy
D                   Gmaj7
when I'm drunk in the morning
             Em7
I'm calling you
             A
you might lonely, lonelyyy

D                           Gmaj7
I know you're glad I called, now you can have it all
Em7                          A
when we're together you know how it should be (When you're drunk)
D                   Gmaj7
maybe we should go and spend some time alone
Em7                       A
Baby, you're so beautiful             
          Em7     D/F#     G     A
When I'm drunk, when I'm druuuuunk


[Chorus]

D                   Gmaj7
When I'm drunk in the morning, 
             Em7               A
I'm calling you, you might be lonely - lonelyyy
D                   Gmaj7
when I'm drunk in the morning
             Em7
I'm calling you
             A
you might lonely, lonelyyy
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wednesday13dk 207 Nov 23, 2012 08:23 AM

Fuldstændig rigtige akkorder. Jeg vil anbefale, at man tager den Em7, i en anden omvending, for at det lyder korrekt. 5 stjerner ud, af 5 mulige.

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qazxsw1234 10 Dec 18, 2012 05:03 AM

Fedt, tak! Jeg mener dog at det er en C#m7b5 (Cø), til en F#7, i slutningen af verset. Det er også et par småfejl i teksten i andet vers. Ellers rigtigt godt. Tak for det :)

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freshbass 31 Mar 06, 2014 03:54 AM

How is C#7b5 and F#7#5 played, can someone help me? :)

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