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A Million Men chords

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This is my first time attempting this, and I've been practicing the guitar for less than a year and I didn't 
have music lessons at school so there are probably a few mistakes or it might be completely wrong but I tried
and that's what matters, because I'll get better at it eventually (right? xB7) so if it's completely wrong or 
there are a few mistakes I'd appreciate it if you told me what was wrong with it so I can improve, or you 
could make your own version, because honestly I just want to learn the song and I cant find the chords for it
so here xD I hope it's ok! 



Tuning: Standard
Capo: 6


[Intro:]
 E C G B7  X2


[Verses]
E          C                    G 
Miss Maggie was way too young to understand,
            B7                         E
why she got thrown into someone else's hands,
             C              G            B7
why she woke up to strange men, 
E                C
they tore her to pieces 
                       G
and she couldn't comprehend,
            B7
why she was locked up in a basement,
             E
filled with men.
                   C
Should've gone to school, 
                G               B7
instead she did them.


E
Don't touch me, 
C
I'm fragile,
G                 B7
I'm bitter in my heart.


E
Mama sold me,
C
for candy,
G                         B7
and I was ruined from the start.


E                                   C
Why'd you have to sell me to those mean old men? 
   G
They cut me up in places
        B7
I don't even understand.
     E
It's normalcy to me but, 
         C
how will my friends understand?
    G
I'm five years old,
B7                        E        C      G      B7
sleepin' with a million men



E         C                   G           
All grown up and her body has decayed,
              B7                          E         C
all those promiscuous games she had to play,
                G                   B7
she skipped the jungle, jungle-gym phase.


E               C                           G
She's tryin' to look at things in a bright way,
                 B7                               E 
sees the light peekin' through the end of the hallway,
 C               G                     B7
No, She's tryin' tryin' tryin' to escape


E
I'm runnin' 
C
full force dear
G                             B7
but it's hard when you're bones.
E              C
I'm weak kneed but I'm flyin'
G                  B7
out of this hell hole. 


E                                   C
Why'd you have to sell me to those mean old men? 
   G
They cut me up in places
        B7
I don't even understand.
     E 
It's normalcy to me but 
         C
how will my friends understand?
     G
I'm ten years old,
B7                       E         C      G      B7
runnin' from a million men
           E        C      G      B7
A million men


E            C           G       B7 
Finally, the light is comin' close,
E            C 
no turning back,
G           B7
run full force.
E            C           G       B7
Angels swoop down and grab me,
     E           C
and now I'm safe away,
      G                    B7
from the million men who raised me.



E                                   C
Why'd you have to sell me to those mean old men? 
   G
They cut me up in places
        B7
I don't even understand.
     E 
It's normalcy to me but, 
            C
how will my boyfriend understand?
    G
I'm seventeen,
       B7
with a history,


              E  
of a million men
C
Men 
           G
A million men
B7
Men

( E   C  G    B7 )x2

           E 
A million men,
           C
A million men,
G
A million,

A million,
B7
men. 


           E 
A million men,
           C
A million men,
G
A million,

A million,
B7
men. 

           E 
A million men...

            
            
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cddangchris 10 Feb 12, 2016 03:26 PM

I think the actual lyrics are:
"It's normalcy to me but..."
And as for the chords, I think the D chord sounds a bit off but I don't really know which chord to replace it with since I've only been playing guitar for a few months.
But other than that, I'd say it's pretty accurate, Good job!! :)

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cddangchris 10 Feb 12, 2016 03:33 PM, edited at 08:42 pm

So I looked at how she plays it live, and I think the chord she uses is:B7 - x21200

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HereForFood 74 Nov 09, 2016 04:19 AM

I think that part "Finally the light..." is C, E" repeated,and then the part "Million men who raised me" is C, G, B7. It sounds good to MY ear so I don't know.

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