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Lazy Sunday Afternoon chords

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INTRO:
 F   A#   G    C
 F   A#   G    C

VERSE 1

    C              G        A#             F         C
Ah, wouldn't it be nice, to get on with me neighbours?
                      G              A#              F     C
But they make it very clear, they've got no room for ravers.
F
They stop me from groovin', they bang on me wall..
G
They’re doing me crust in, it's no good at all..

CHORUS

C    F           C                 D#
Lazy Sunday afternoon..I've got no mind to worry.
G#         A#             C    G   A#  F   C
I close my eyes and drift away.

VERSE 2

C           G   A#           F      C
Here we all are sittin' in a rainbow.
C                       G      A#                  F    C
Gor' blimey, hello Mrs. Jones..how's old Bert's lumbago? 
C
He mustn't grumble.
F
I'll sing you a song with no words and no tune..
G                                                       C
To sing in your party while you suss-out the moon..oh, yeah.

CHORUS

C    F           C                 D#
Lazy Sunday afternoon..I've got no mind to worry.
G#         A#             C     G   A#   F    C
close my eyes and drift away.

VERSE 3

C              G      A#              F       C
Root-de-doo-de-doo, a-root-de-doot-de doy day..
                  G      A#             F     C
A-root-de doot de dum, a-root-de-doo-de-doody..
F
There's no one to hear me, there's nothing to say..
G
And no one can stop me from feeling this way..yeah.

CHORUS

C    F           C                 D#
Lazy Sunday afternoon..I've got no mind to worry.
G#         A#             C      G    A#  F    C
I close my eyes and drift away.


CHORUS

C    F           C                 D#
Lazy Sunday afternoon..I've got no mind to worry.
G#         A#             C   Em       Am             F
I close my eyes and drift a...close my eyes and drift away.
         G              C
Close my eyes and drift away.  And fade

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Kraziekhat 64,745 Oct 19, 2014 11:21 PM

Who was the arsehole who gave this 4 stars??? Excellent! KK.

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grey_triker1 10 Oct 15, 2017 06:57 AM

Thanks a lot....one of those really special songs that takes me back to my uncouth , searching for some truth , youth . As a relatively new guitarist it makes me search out the closed chords. Can’t get old fingers to the open d sharp so teaches me closed chord runs. Love the dreamy chords in I close my eyes and drift away.

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