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Why Does It Always Rain On Me chords

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Capo 2nd Fret
 

[Intro]

D     Am     G/F#     Em7


[Verse]

D
I can't sleep tonight 
Bm
Everybody saying everything's alright
D
Still I can't close my eyes
Bm                                            G  
I'm seeing a tunnel at the end of all these lights
      A
Sunny days
G                A
Where have you gone?
  G           G/F#     Em7      Asus4     A
I get the strangest feeling you belong.


[Chorus]

D                   A
Why does it always rain on me?
G       G/F#      Em7
Is it because I lied when I was seventeen?
D                    A
Why does it always rain on me?
G                  G/F#  
Even when the sun is shining
Em7
I can't avoid the lightning


[Verse]

D
I can't stand myself
Bm
I'm being held up by invisible men
D
Still life on a shelf when
Bm                       
I got my mind on something else
G       A
Sunny days
G               A
Where have you gone?
  G          G/F#     Em7        Asus4      A
I get the strangest feeling you belong.


[Chorus]

D                   A
Why does it always rain on me?
G       G/F#      Em7
Is it because I lied when I was seventeen?
D                    A
Why does it always rain on me?
G                  G/F#  
Even when the sun is shining
Em7
I can't avoid the lightning


[Middle]

Bm                 D          Bm
Oh, where did the blue skies go?
               D          C   C/B    Am7
And why is it raining so?
     C/G    Asus4   A
It's so cold


[Verse]

D
I can't sleep tonight 
Bm
Everybody saying everything's alright
D
Still I can't close my eyes
Bm                                            G  
I'm seeing a tunnel at the end of all these lights
      A
Sunny days
G                A
Where have you gone?
  G           G/F#     Em7          A
I get the strangest feeling you belong.


[Chorus]

D                   A
Why does it always rain on me?
G       G/F#      Em7
Is it because I lied when I was seventeen?
D                    A
Why does it always rain on me?
G                  G/F#  
Even when the sun is shining
Em7
I can't avoid the lightning


[Middle]

Bm                 D          Bm
Oh, where did the blue skies go?
               D          C   C/B    Am7
And why is it raining so?
     C/G    Asus4   A
It's so cold


[Chorus]

D                   A
Why does it always rain on me?
G       G/F#      Em7
Is it because I lied when I was seventeen?
D                    A
Why does it always rain on me?
G                  G/F#  
Even when the sun is shining
Em7
I can't avoid the lightning


[Ending]

D               Am        G    G/F#     Em7
Why does it always rain on me?
D               Am       G  G/F#  Em7  D      
Why does it always rain on ooooohhhhhh on

            
            
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EXiGE93 72 Aug 12, 2011 03:53 AM

Great tab! 5*
But you can play around with the [A]-Chord. You can play variations and patterns combining [A], [Asus2] and [Asus4]. Travis do that as well.
And I personally prefer playing the G/F# not 2-x-0-0-3-3 but 2-x-0-2-3-3.

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Strings09 129 Jul 17, 2013 04:45 AM

I agree, on one video Fran does indeed alternate the 'A' chord somewhat if you watch carefully... In the chorus he even appears to finger the 'A' string immediately after the 'D' chord making what appears to be a 'Gmaj7' (relative to Capo) before slipping to an 'A7'...
I like this version because they've remembered the climb down G - G/F#...
Great Tab... Nice easy song to play...!

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Ray T Davies 25 Sep 24, 2013 07:39 AM

Great stuff. Justin Sandercoe does a nice lesson here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufZ6pOBA9po

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