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Lucky Man Chords

version 3
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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
I've never submitted a tab, but the previous version was not correct and it is 
such an easy song to play along with....and a good 'un. LISTEN to the track ;)

D flicks with D5 and Dsus4....and A flicks with Asus4 (flicks is just my way of 
expressing a hammer on I suppose....I am quite a noob ;) )

[Intro] (G, half bar/ D, with flicks half bar/ A with flicks full bar)  x4

G           D          A
 Happiness, more or less, it's just a change
                       G    D      A
me something in my levity,   oh my mind.
G           D              A                        
Happiness coming and going, I watch you look at me, watch
                G               D     A
my fever growing, I know, just where I am,

well, how many corners do I have to turn,
 G                                D                             A
how many times do I have to learn, all the love I have is in my mind.
           G     D  A          G      D   A
But I'm a lucky man,   with fire in my hands,

G           D                       A
Happiness something in my own place, I'm stood here naked,
                     G           D   A
smiling I feel no disgrace with who I am,
G           D              A                        
Happiness coming and going, I watch you look at me, watch
                      G         D   A
my fever growing, I know, just who I am.....etc
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Stadtfotografen 10 Jul 26, 2013 10:40 AM

Complete lyrics would be nice to play along to. But anyways, 5 stars.

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dwayne.colpetze 10 Oct 30, 2013 08:54 AM

This is correct except use Asus4 instead of A. It will sound like the original. Also use the Alternate G, also dubbed the rock G or big G. (G with 3rd finger on D string 2nd fret.

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michaelfebuar1 10 Mar 03, 2017 10:36 AM

Awesome, Awesome, Awesome, Awesome.

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