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Sunny Afternoon Chords (ver.1)

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Sunny Afternoon Chords (ver.1)

Kelly Jones
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                (Live)
Kelly Jones Sunny Afternoon Live as played on his solo tour
A Great Cover By Kelly Original By THE KINKS

Capo fifth fret

Intro  Am  Am  E7  E7 Am Am E7 E7 

   Verse 1
     Am                G  
The tax man's taken all  my dough
     C            G
And left me in my statley home.
E7                         Am
Lazing on a sunny afternoon. 
              G    
And i can't sail my yacht,
     C          G       
He's taken everything i've got,
E7                      Am
All i've got this sunny afternoon. 

Chorus 1

A7                                      D7
Save me, Save me, Save me from this squeeze,
         G                            C   E7
I got a big fat mama trying to break me.    
       Am             D7
And i love to live so pleasantly,
Am                    D7  G
Live this life of luxury,  
C            E7             Am
Lazing on a sunny afternoon, 
       E7
In the summertime,
       Am                  E7
In the summertime, In the summertime.

Verse 2

    Am                    G
My girlfriends run off with my car
    C                G
And gone back to her ma and pa
E7                                    Am
Telling tales of drunkenness and cruelty.
         G
Now i'm sitting here,
C              G    
Sipping on my ice cold beer,
E7                        Am  
Lazing on a sunny after noon.

Chorus 2


Help me, Help me, Help me sail away,

Well, give me two good reasons why i oughta stay.

'Cause i love to live so pleasantly
Am                    D7  G
Live this life of luxury,  
C            E7             Am
Lazing on a sunny afternoon, 
       E7
In the summertime,
       Am                  E7
In the summertime, In the summertime.


(then its just Chorus 1 again)


Outing

       Am                 E7
In the summertime, In the summertime
            
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