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Good Morning chords

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[Intro] (x12)
G       Dm     F      C

[Verse 1]
  G         Dm
In my good, good morning
F        C     
I'm up before the sun can bring,
G        Dm      
early morning 
F          C
and everyone like a shiny thing
G         Dm
all my angels 
  F         C
appear before my window saying
G        Dm
"good morning"
 F        G       A# F       G      A# F    C
in my good morning

[Verse 2]
  G         Dm
In my good, good morning
  F         C
I feel before my thoughts all spring
G        Dm
am I conscious or
F        C
is this my unconscious being
G         Dm
no more like a dream than a 
F        C
God before my conscious saying
G        Dm    
"Good morning" 
 F        G     A# F  G     A# F   C     
in my good morning

[Bridge]
G       Dm     F      C
G       Dm     F      C
G       Dm     F      C
G       Dm     F      G      A# F   G     A# F   C

[Verse 3]
  G         Dm
In my good, good morning
F        C     
I'm up before the sun can bring,
G        Dm      
early morning 
F          C
and everyone like a shiny thing 
G                Dm
no more like a dream than a
F        C
God before my conscious saying
G        Dm
"good morning"
 F        G
in my good morning
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mickeyt52 10 Sep 27, 2015 09:02 AM

I believe there's a brief D minor chord played right after the F on the end of each verse (F G A# F *Dm* G...), before resolving to the G,(right as the choral voices are coming in) probably no more than a 1/4 of a measure...tricky to do at first, but if you have the strumming pattern down, it gets easier...try it and see what you think.

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