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50 Ways To Leave Your Lover Chords

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The song is fairly easy, good luck.

Chord diagrams:

    G   D   C7/G   Ebm6/A   Em   Bm7   Eb/B   B   Am/F#
e:  3   2   0      8        0    5     3      2   5
B:  0   3   0      7        0    3     4      4   5
G:  0   2   0      8        0    4     4      4   5
D:  0   0   2      7        2    4     5      5   4
A:  2       3               2           
E:  3       3               0           

G                  D               C7/G             Ebm6/A
    The problem is all inside your head she said to me,
Em                D           Bm7           Eb/B  B
    The answer is easy if you take it logically.
G               D                C7/G           Ebm6/A    
    I'd like to help you in your struggle to be free.
                  G       Am/F#              G
    There must be - fifty ways to leave your lover.

G                 D             C7/G        Ebm6/A    
    You know it's really not my habit to intrude,
           Em             D                Bm7             Eb/B     B
    Furthermore I hope my meaning won't be lost or miss-construed,
               G          D        C7/G          Ebm6/A     
    But I'll repeat myself, at the risk of being crude.
                  G       Am/F#              G
    There must be - fifty ways to leave your lover
    G     Am/F#              G
    Fifty ways to leave your lover

                      G                     Bb
    Just slip out the back jack, make a new plan stan,
                  C7/G                    G
    No need to be coy Roy, just listen to me
               G                      Bb
    Hop on the bus gus, don't need to discuss much,
                      C7/G                      G
    Just drop off the key Lee, and set yourself free
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G               D                C7/G            Ebm6/A
    You know it grieves me so to see you in such pain
Em                   D                       Bm7            Eb/B     B
    I wish there was something I could do to make you smile again
G              D                   C7/G             Ebm6/A 
    I said "I appreciate that, and would you please explain
              G     Am/F#        G
    'Bout the fifty ways"

G                 D                  C7/G          Ebm6/A
    She said "why don't we both just sleep on it tonight,
          Em                  D              Bm7              Eb/B     B
    And I believe that in the morning you'll begin to see the light."
        G               D             C7/G         Ebm6/A
    She kissed me and I realised, she probably was right,
                  G       Am/F#              G
    There must be - fifty ways to leave your lover.
G         Am/F#              G
    Fifty ways to leave your lover

                      G                     Bb
    Just slip out the back jack, make a new plan stan,
                  C7/G                    G
    No need to be coy Roy, just listen to me
               G                      Bb
    Hop on the bus gus, don't need to discuss much,
                      C7/G                      G
    Just drop off the key Lee, and set yourself free
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soupisgoodfood 30 Aug 13, 2007 07:27 PM

doesn't sound right at all.

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Johnny The Cat 157 Jan 17, 2008 06:46 AM

This is actually somewhat correct. However, the part in the verses where it goes "There must be 50 ways to leave your
lover", it's supposed to be Em, Am/F#, Em, as opposed to starting that progression with a G. And the chord that is
labelled C7/G is actually a Cmaj7/G. They are two different chords. Right chord and fingering, wrong name.

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Johnny The Cat 157 Jan 17, 2008 07:01 AM

Also forgot to mention that the Bm7 and Eb/B in the verse are in the wrong order. It should be Em, D, Eb/B, Bm7. You can
hear the movement of the root note upon examination of the song. And the Cmaj7/G correction I previously mentioned only
applies to the verse. The chord in the chorus is indeed a C7.

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