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Mother Natures Son Chords

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The Beatles
Mother Nature’s Son
By Paul McCartney

D = xx0232
Dsus4 = xx0233
Dadd9 = xx0430
Bm = 224432
D6add9 = 222232
E = 022100
A = 002220
A7 = 002020
Dm = xx0231
G = 320003
Dmaj7 = xx0222
D7 = xx0212
Gm = 355333

D     Dsus4       Dadd9   D    Bm     D6add9   E
Born a poor young country boy  Mother Nature's son
A       A7       A               A7             D    Dm  G  D  Dm  G  D
All day long I'm sitting singing songs for everyone

D    Dsus4   Dadd9    D       Bm      D6add9  E 
Sit beside a mountain stream  See her waters rise
A      A7     A               A7            D   Dm  G  D 
Listen to the pretty sound of music as she flies

      D           G           D
Do do do do do do do do do do do 
D           G           D   Dmaj7  D7
do do do do do do do do do 
                  G     Gm
Do do do do do do do do 
            D
Yeah yeah yeah

D       Dsus4 Dadd9    D      Bm     D6add9   E
Find me in my field of grass  Mother Nature's son
A       A7      A           A7               D  Dm  G  D
Swaying daisies sing a lazy song beneath the sun

      D           G           D
Do do do do do do do do do do do 
D           G           D   Dmaj7  D7
do do do do do do do do do 
                  G     Gm
Do do do do do do do do 
            D
Yeah yeah yeah

(Hum a verse with correct chords)

D  Dm   G              D7
Oh    Mother Nature's Son

*I ignore that part after the humming and end on the “D”, but whatever
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BJ59 wrote on August 25 2014, 09:42 pm

Pretty good. Suggest substituting a Dm7 for your Dm throughout, playing the Dmaj7 either up the neck on the 5th through 7th frets -- or on the 2nd fret of the e,B,G strings -- and, lastly, ending the song on the D7th chord.

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hugoblima wrote on September 25 2014, 01:53 pm

For those who wants to fingerpick. Look for Travis Picking. Fits very well. :)

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amigo? wrote on June 13 2015, 10:53 am

The D final in D7.

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