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Artist: Phil Keaggy
Song: A Child (In Everyone's Heart)
Album: Ph'lip Side
Released: August 1980

[UPDATES]
[9.11.2012] Fixed some bad formatting juju.


    Em
e:-----------------0---------------------0--------|
B:-----------------0---------------------0--------|
G:-----------------0------------0--------0--------|
D:--5-4-2--0-------2------0--2-----2-----2-----0--|
A:--7-5-3--2--2----2---2-------------2---2---2----|
E:------------3--0-0------------------0--0--------|


Em                       Am    G     D/F#
Just a little boy in the town, town, town

Dm7                      F      G      C      B(with lick 1)
Just a little boy with a frown, frown, frown.

Em                        Am    G     D/F#
In the afternoons he goes down, down, down

Dm7                         F    G   C     Em A
To the lonely room near the lost and found de-partment.

Dm7  Dm7/G


          C             C/B         Am
There's a little boy in every man's heart

       Cdim7 D#dim7        G    Am7  G/B
Crying out,         trying out.

      C            C/B           Am
As he rushes in to hear the band start,

   Cdim7 D#dim7     G             F
So alone,    in the crowd, in the crowd.

C  B(with lick 1)


Em                        Am G    D/F#
Just a little girl on her daddy's knee,

Dm7                        F    G    C      B(with lick 1)
Just remember when she was one, two, three.

Em                            Am G  D/F#
In a little while she'll want to be free,

Dm7                          F G  C    Em A
And your little girl will be seventeen to-morrow.

Dm7  Dm7/G


          C              C/B           Am
There's a little girl in every daddy's heart,

         Cdim7 D#dim7       G     Am7  G/B
Dreaming eyes,     scheming eyes.

         C               C/B         Am
When she sings for you remember your part,

       Cdim7 D#dim7       G               F
Listen up,       when she cries, when she sighs.

C  B(with lick 1)

Em   Am  G  D/F#
Dm7  F  G  C  B(with lick 1)
Em   Am  G  D/F#
Dm7  F  G  C  Em  A
Dm7  Dm7/G


          C               C/B        Am
There's a little child in everyone's heart,

        Cdim7 D#dim7     G    Am7  G/B
Needing love,    needing love.

          C               C/B        Am
There's a little child in everyone's heart,

        Cdim7 D#dim7     G    Am7  G/B
Needing love,    needing love.

(REPEAT & FADE)


[lick 1]
after playing the B chord, play 2 single notes, F#, F, on E string to transition to the
Em chord. Just the E string is tabbed here: E:--2-1--|


==========================
[CHORDS]
D/F#     3xx232
Dm7/G    3xx211
C/B      x22010
Cdim7    xx1212
D#dim7   xx4545
G/B      x20003

A quick music factoid - going from Cdim7 to D#dim7, as tabbed here, the chords are
actually interchangeable. In other words, Cdim7 is also D#dim7, and vice versa. And both are
also F#dim7, and Adim7. By notating the song as 2 different chords, going from Cdim7 to 
D#dim7, is just a way to show a change. I could have just as well as left it only as Cdim7
or D#dim7.
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