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59Th Street Bridge Song Feelin Groovy chords

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Simon & Garfunkel, The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)

Capo 3rd fret

[Intro]
C  G/B  Am7  G   x 3


[Verses]
C       G/B      Am7       G
  Slow down, you move too fast
C            G/B      Am7       G
  You got to make the morning last
    C        G/B      Am7     G
Just kicking down the cobblestones
C             G/B     Am7       G
  Looking for fun and feelin' groovy

C  G/B  Am7  G

         C     G/B   Am7      G
Ba-da-da da-da da-da, feelin' groovy

C  G/B  Am7  G

C       G/B       Am7      G
  Hello lamp-post, whatcha knowin'?
C              G/B        Am7     G
  I've come to watch your flowers growin'
C           G/B    Am7        G
  Ain't cha got no rhymes for me?
C          G/B      Am7       G
  Doo-it'n doo-doo, feelin' groovy

C  G/B  Am7  G

         C     G/B          Am7      G
Ba-da-da da-da da-da da-da, feelin' groovy

C  G/B  Am7  G

         C           G/B    Am7         G
I've got no deeds to do, no promises to keep
    C           G/B        Am7      G
I'm dappled and drowsy and ready to sleep
        C            G/B          Am7       G
Let the morning time drop all its petals on me
C         G/B       Am7      G
  Life, I love you, all is groovy

C  G/B  Am7  G    repeat to fade

            
            
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chekblad 10 Sep 10, 2013 09:30 AM

in the original sheet it's Am7sus instead of Am7...
should be played with capo on the 4th fret

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GhostFrog 476 Apr 04, 2014 04:04 AM

Thanks for the feedback. I hate to sound stupid but what does Am7sus look like? I've been searching the internet and can't find it. I'm afraid I don't agree on playing it capo 4th - sounds way out to me, and I've since had cheeky peek at a Paul Simon songbook in my local music store which agrees with me for both, but each to their own.

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maguri [tm] 32,619 Jun 27, 2014 05:54 AM, edited at 01:08 pm

There are of course different versions around: the studio version has capo 3rd, some live versions have capo 4th and even 5th fret. So it all depends on which version you listen to and - more important maybe - on your vocal range.

About the Am7: Instead of an Am7, I usually play an open chord, something that might be called D7sus4/A: x-0-0-0-1-x
And now that I think about it, I realize that this is the chord that chekblad wrote about - it is the same chord just interpreted differently. The notes are (relative to capo): A-D-G-C.

D7sus4/A:
A - root of the split chord
D - regular root of a D-chord
G - suspended 4
C - 7

Am7sus4 (should rather be called Am7add11 (because the 3rd is not suspended by the 4th):
A- root of the A-chord
D - 4 (or rather 11)
G - 7
C - minor 3rd

Whatever, great song!

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