Nobody knows you when you are down and out

Eric Clapton

Tom: C
C               E7          A   A7  A 
Once I lived the life of a millionaire, 
 
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Spent all my money, just did not care, 
 
F            F7               C      C/B   A 
Took all my friends out for a mighty good time, 
 
 D7                    G7 
Bought bootleg whisky, champagne and wine.  
 
 C       E7      A   A7  A 
Then I began to fall so low; 
 
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Lost all my good friends, had nowhere to go. 
 
F           F7          C     C/B   A 
If I get my hands on a dollar a - gain, 
 
                    D7            G7 
I'm gonna hang on to it till that eagle grins, 'cause 
 
 
Refrain: 
 
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No - body knows you when you're down and out; 
 
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In your pocket, not one penny; 
 
    D              G 
And as for friends, you don't have any. 
 
C                 E             A   A7   A 
Then when you get back on your feet a - gain 
 
Dm         A                Dm   A7   Dm 
Everybody wants to be your long-lost friend  
 
 F            F7        C   C/B   A 
It's mighty strange, without any doubt 
 
D7                           G7       C 
Nobody knows you when you're down and out. 
 
 G7      C           E7               A   A7  A 
When you finally get back upon your feet a - gain, 
 
Dm        A                Dm     A7   Dm 
Everybody wants to be your long-lost friend  
 
      F          D7      C      C/B   A 
Said it's mighty strange, without any doubt 
 
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Nobody knows you when you're down and out. 
 
F           D7          C        A7 
It's mighty strange, without any doubt, 
 
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Nobody knows you when you're down, you're down and out. 
 
 
 
 

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