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A Good Day Morning Song chords

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A Good Day (Morning Song) by Priscilla Ahn Tab


Introduction: Bb Eb Bb Eb Bb Eb
              Ooo … Ooo … Ooo …

Bb      Eb      Bb      Eb
Morning
 sunrise 
open my eyes
    Bb Eb              Gm        Eb
and I … can tell it's gonna be a good day
Bb Eb              Gm        Eb
I … can tell it's gonna be a good day

Interlude: Bb Eb Gm Eb (One bar each)

Bb            Eb
Did you sleep well?
Gm       Eb           
Did you dream at all?
Bb       Eb         Gm     Eb           
Can you tell me the time? 
on the alarm clock


Bb Eb              Gm        Eb
I … can tell it's gonna be a good day
Bb Eb              Gm        Eb
I … can tell it's gonna be a good day


    Bb     Eb Gm     Eb
But you can, sleep in,
Bb      Eb    Gm           Eb
you just keep dreaming
 for us

Bb Eb              Gm        Eb
I … can tell it's gonna be a good day
Bb Eb              Gm        Eb
I … can tell it's gonna be a good day
Bb
A good day (repeated fading away)


Tab Created by Frank Ulm fulm@ringwoodsc.vic.edu.au

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wwwlime11 10 Aug 10, 2015 11:01 PM

I'm assuming it didn't occur to you to just put a capo on first? Muuuuuch easier. Bb becomes A and Eb can just be played as a D. With said D, listen out for slight changes in the music so you know which finger to place on the high e string. And the Gm doesn't sound quite right either.

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fulm 1,146 Aug 11, 2015 06:46 AM

Yeah, I thought of capo but I was trying to get good at Eb and I thought people could use capo if they wanted to ... simple enough, but thanks for the comment, I appreciate it ... PS what do you suggest instead of Gm?

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