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With A Little Luck chords

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Capo at 9th, transpose +9,(or leave like this to sing with baritones!)
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Intro: C/D   G   C/D   C/F Em7   D7sus4   G

               G/B                  C
With a little luck, we can help it out.
                  C/D                   G
We can make this whole damn thing work out.
               G/B                 C
With a little love, we can lay it down.
                    C/D           Em7
Can't you feel the town exploding?


Am            E7                 Am7        E7
 There is no end, to what we can do together.
Am           E7               Am7               E7
There is no end, (there is no end) there is no end.
Am7           E7                 FM7
 The willow turns his back on inclement weather;
       C/D           C/D                            G
And if he can do it, we can do it, just me and you,


             G/B                   C
And a little luck, we can clear it up.
                C/D              G
We can bring it in for a landing,
              G/B                   C
With a little luck, we can turn it on.
                C/D               Em7
There can be no misunderstanding.


Am            E7                 Am7         E7
 There is no end, to what we can do together.
Am           E7               Am7               E7
There is no end, (there is no end) there is no end.
Am7          E7                  FM7
 The willow turns his back on inclement weather;
C/D                            G
 We can do it, just me and you.


              G/B                    C
With a little push, we could set it off.
                C/D                G
We can send it rocketing skywards.
               G/B                     C
With a little love, we could shake it up.
                    C/D              Em7
Don't you feel the comet exploding?

        G                    G/B
With a little luck.  with a little luck.
        C                             C/D
With a little luck, a little luck, a little luck.
        G                    G/B
With a little luck.  with a little luck
        C                             C/D
With a little luck, a little luck, a little luck.

C/F  Em7    Am/D  G    C/F  Em7
C/D                      G 


            
            
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maguri [tm] 32,616 May 05, 2013 12:14 PM

This is exactly the same as version1 - only transposed to the 9th fret which makes it almost unplayable. Is this some kind of joke? If it is, I don't get it.

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timbo63 6,100 May 05, 2013 12:58 PM

Sorry Maquri - I thought I'd done more editing to this one. I was doing a lot of uploading and I thought I'd fixed the chord spacing on this one, but you're right that the original was correct. I checked and I only the only difference is an chorus echo that I added a line with the Am7. If you like, I'll drop it - it's no major improvement. Note, I didn't intend for any of these to actually be capo'd. These are from my PDF file and all songs arranged for my singing key. If someone wants, they can hit the +/- keys to whatever key they want...

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CPWKruger 3,178 Feb 09, 2016 04:38 PM

It sounds like there are a series of 4 chords around that Fmaj7 near the end of the bridge.

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