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Song:    A Day In The Life (Remix)
Artist:  The Beatles
Album:   Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band (Deluxe), 2017 & 1967
URL's:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usNsCeOV4GM
Tempo:   4|4
Tuning:  Standard

Chords:
         EADGBe
G        355433
Bm/F#    224432
Em       022000
Em7      XX2030
C/G      332010
Cmaj7/B  X22010     
Asus2    X02200
Bm       X24432
C        X32010
F        133211
E5       022XXX
E        022100
B9       X21222
Dsus2    XX0230
D        XX0232
A        X02220


[Intro]
G Bm/F# Em Em7 C/G C/G

[Verse 1]
G               Bm        Em  Em7
I read the news today, oh boy,
C/G     Cmaj7/B                Asus2
About a lucky man who made the grade.
G              Bm              Em  Em7
And though the news was rather sad,
C            F      Em    Em7
Well, I just had to laugh.
C         F         Em  Em7
I saw the photograph...


[Verse 2]
G           Bm                Em  Em7
He blew his mind out in a car,
C              Cmaj7/B       Asus2
He didn't no - tice that the lights had changed.
G          Bm               Em     Em7        
A crowd of people stood and stared,
C               F
They'd seen his face before.
Em                            Em7                      C
Nobody was really sure, ...if he was from the House of Lords?


[Verse 3]
G       Bm             Em  Em7
I saw a film today, oh boy,
C                Cmaj7/B     Asus2
The English arm - y had just won the war.
G          Bm                    Em  Em7
A crowd of people turned a - way,
C          F           
But I just had to look,
Em     Em7      C
Having read the book.
N.C.        Em   Em7       
I'd love to turn   -  you - on
                            (Three, four, five, six, seven, eight, etc.)

[Bridge]
E5                       E
Woke up, fell out of bed,
                              Dsus2
Dragged a comb across my head.
         E                          B9
Found my way downstairs and drank - a cup,
    E             B9
And looking up, I no - ticed I was late.
         E
Found my coat and grabbed my hat,
                             Dsus2
Made the bus in seconds flat.
         E                B9
Found my way upstairs and had a smoke,
    E                               B9
And some - bod - y spoke and I went in - to a dream.


[Refrain](Vocals over)
C  G        D  A
Ah --- , ah --- , 
E        C  G        D  A
Ah --- , ah --- , ah --- .
E D C   D  


[Verse 4]
G              Bm             Em   Em7
Ah, I read the news today, oh boy,
C                   Cmaj7/B       Asus2
Four thousand holes in Blackburn, Lancashire.
G                    Bm          Em    Em7
And though the holes were rather small,
C                 F
They had to count them all,
Em                              Em7                           C
Now they know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall.
            E5             N.C.   E (sustained for 16 bars)
I'd love to turn--- you--- on---
            (Outro)       (Three, four, five, six, seven, eight, etc.)


[End]

            
            
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