My Man

Ann Burton

Tom: F
F		   F7M  
Tell me the truth, how do you feel  
	    Bb				Gm  
Like you're rollin' so fast that you're spinnin' your wheels  
F			   C  
Don't feel too bad, you're not all alone  
      Bb7M		Gm  
We're all tryin' to get along  
F		           F7M  
With ev'rybody else tryin' to go their way  
             Bb			Gm  
You're bound to get tripped, and what can you say  
F			   C  
Just go along til they turn out the lights 
      Bb7M		           Gm  
There's nothin' we can do to fight it  

Bb C F No man's got it made G7 Dm Bb Till he's far beyond the pain F C Dm And we who must remain C Bb7M C F C Go on living just the same
F F7M I once knew a man, very talented guy Bb Gm He's sing for the people and people would cry F C They knew that his song came Bb7M Gm From deep down inside Bb7M Gm F You could hear it in his voice and see it in his eyes F7M Bb Gm And so he traveled along, touch your heart, then be gone F C Bb Gm Like a flower, he bloomed till that old hickory wind called him home
Bb C F My man's got it made G7 Dm Bb He's gone far beyond the pain F C Dm And we who must remain C Bb7M C F C Go on living just the same
Solo over Verse Chords F F7M I once knew a man, very talented guy Bb Gm He's sing for the people and people would cry F C They knew that his song came Bb7M Gm From deep down inside Bb7M Gm F You could hear it in his voice and see it in his eyes F7M Bb Gm And so he traveled along, touch your heart, then be gone F C Bb Gm Like a flower, he bloomed till that old hickory wind called him home F C Dm C Bb C F Ab Bb F We who must remain go on laughing just the same

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