This week @ Spytunes – April 27-02 2023

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Bryan Adams | The Jam | Janis Joplin | R.E.M.

(Everything I Do) I Do It For You – Bryan Adams

Everything I Do I Do It For You chords.

Db (Dbadd4) | Dbsus2 |
Look into my eyes you will see,
Gb | Ab/Eb |
what you mean to me.

(Everything I Do) I Do It For You chords.

Everybody Hurts – R.E.M.

Everybody Hurts chords.

D | D | G5 | G5 |
When your day is long.
D | D | G5 | G5 |
And the night, the night is yours alone.

Everybody Hurts chords.

Man On The Moon – R.E.M.

Man On The Moon chords

C | Dadd4 Dadd9sus4 | C | C |
Mott the Hoople and the Game of Life. Yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah.
C | Dadd4 Dadd9sus4 | C | C |
Andy Kaufman in the wrestling match. Yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah.

Man On The Moon chords.

Me and Bobby McGee – Janis Joplin

Me and Bobby McGee chords.

G | G |
Busted flat in Baton Rouge, waitin’ for a train.
G | D |
When I’s feelin’ near as faded as my jeans.

Me and Bobby McGee chords.

Summer Of ’69 – Bryan Adams

Summer Of '69 chords

D5 | D5 | A5 | A5 |
I got my first real six-string, bought it at the five and dime.
D5 | D5 | A5 | A5 |
Played it ’til my fingers bled, was the summer of ’69.

Summer Of 69 chords.

That’s Entertainment – The Jam

That's Entertainment chords

G | Em |
A police car and a screaming siren.
G | Em |
A pneumatic drill and ripped up concrete.

That’s Entertainment chords.

Town Called Malice – The Jam

Town Called Malice chords

F#m7 | F#m7 | Em | Em |
You better stop dreaming of the quiet life, ’cause it’s the one we’ll never know.
F#m7 | F#m7 | Em | Em |
And quit running for that runaway bus, ’cause those rosy days are few.

Town Called Malice chords.

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