Easy chords by Commodores


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Easy | Chords and lyrics

Intro

| Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 Eb11 |
| Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 (A) |

Verse 1

||: Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 Eb11 :||
Know it sounds funny but I just can’t stand the pain.
Girl, I’m leaving you tomorrow.
Seems to me, girl, you know I’ve done all I can.
| Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 | Eb11 |
You see, I begged, stole, and I borrowed, yeah, ooh.

Chorus 1

| Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 Eb11 | Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 Eb11 |
That’s why I’m easy, I’m easy like Sunday morning.
| Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 Eb11 | Gb Db/F Eb11 | Ab |
That’s why I’m easy, I’m easy like Sunday morning.

Verse 2

||: Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 Eb11 :||
Why in the world would anybody put chains on me, yeah?
I’ve paid my dues to make it.
Everybody wants me to be, what they want me to be.
| Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 | Eb11 |
I’m not happy when I try to fake it, no, ooh.

Chorus 2

| Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 Eb11 | Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 Eb11 |
That’s why I’m easy (yeah). I’m easy like Sunday morning, yeah.
| Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 Eb11 | Gb Db/F Eb11 | Ab Absus4 Ab |
That’s why I’m easy, I’m easy like Sunday morning.

Middle 8

| Gb (Fm7) | Ebm7 Ab11 (Fm7) |
I wanna be high, so high, I wanna be,
| Gb (Fm7) | Ebm7 Ab11 (Fm7) |
free to know the things I do are right, I wanna be,
| Gb (Fm7) | Ebm7 Ab11 | B Gb | Bb/Eb Db |2/4 Db | 4/4
free, just me, oh babe, Ooh.

Solo

||: Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 Eb11 :|| x3
| Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 |

Chorus 3

| Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 Eb11 | Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 Eb11 |
That’s why I’m easy, I’m easy like Sunday morning, yeah.
| Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 Eb11 | Ab Cm7 | Bbm7 Bm7 N.C E11 |
That’s why I’m easy, I’m easy like Sunday morning, whoa.

Outro

||: A C#m7 | Bm7 E11 | A C#m7 | Bm7 E11 :||
‘Cause I’m easy, woo, easy like Sunday morning, yeah.
‘Cause I’m easy, easy like Sunday morning, whoa.


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Song Book

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To help you on this journey, I’ve gathered tunes I play with acoustic duos, Jazz trios, Indie/Rock/Party bands as well as large Soul/Motown ensembles.

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