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Lucky Man  Emerson, Lake and Palmer

[G]He had white [D]horses and [G]ladies by the [D]score
[G]All dressed in [D]satin and [G]waiting by the [D]door

Chorus
[Am]Ooh what a [Em7]lucky man he [D]was
[Am]Ooh what a [Em7]lucky man he [D]was

[G]White lace and [D]feathers they [G]made up his [D]bed
[G]A gold covered [D]mattress on [G]which he was [D]led

Chorus

[G]He went to fight [D]wars for his [G]country and his [D]king
[G]Of his honor and his [D]glory the [G]people would [D]sing

Chorus

[G]A bullet had [D]found him, his [G]blood ran as he [D]cried
[G]No money could [D]save him so he [G]lay down and he [D]died

Chorus

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jimbo limbo (report)

I always played it G for the Em7. It fits withthe lead riff better.

tRANIS (report)

Actually I think its Em7 for the chorus

daveghar (report)

Change the G in the chorus to an Em

macavoy (report)

pick the verses and strum the chorus.

Petris (report)

Consider this to "bring out the flavor":
G: 3x0033; Altered G: 3x20035; D: 2x0235

I brush the g and d together, then pick the rest like you do. I hammer on from d note to e, to enter the second chord. Similarly, I lift off e to d for the 3rd chord then brush the f# note an d together.