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Sixties Man Chords

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Intro: F Bflat F Bflat

F                                Bflat
Take me now, I think I'm a simple man

     F                                  Bflat
Just need some lovin' and an easy living plan

     C                            F     Bflat F
But everyday now someone pulls my line

Bflat                  C                    F
Shakes me up and says "Hey you gotta get in time"

F                                Bflat
Sunny days are over and gone for good

F                                       Bflat
Wake up boy, you ain't working like you should

     C                               F    Bflat F
Well I know now I'm a man out of his place

Bflat          C            F
Don't have a 1980's kind of face


             C7                     F       
'Cause I'm a sixties man at last I know it's true

C7                             F
Woodstock nights, oh where are you?

C7                            F
Strawberry fields and San Francisco too

             Aflat          Bflat                 C
'Cause I'm a sixties man at heart and baby so are you

             Aflat          Bflat                 C7
'Cause I'm a sixties man at heart and baby so are you

Use the chorus chords throughout the instrumental, then return to verse chords for later verses
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jchriss 28 wrote on January 23 2009, 07:27 pm

The part at the beginning of the song "Hey You Gotta Get in Time." Well the chord on "time" may not be F, but I'm not sure what it is. Perhaps someone could clarify this. Also, near the end there is a series of half-steps, and on this part what is played is Aflat A Bflat B C (or C7). Also, one more thing. I am figuring out the chords by memory, and the key might actually be wrong. Let me know.

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