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Run Of The Mill  George Harrison

     [C]      [Am]       [C]      [Am]       [F]     [Am] [G] 
     [C]      [Am]       [C]      [Am]       [F]     [Am] [G] [C] 

     [C]Everyone has ch[Am]oice, wh[C]en to and [Am]not to raise their v[F]oic[Am]es

     It's y[G]ou that decides
     Wh[C]ich way you will t[Am]urn, while f[C]eeling that our l[Am]ove's not your c[F]on[Am]cern
     It's y[G]ou that decides
   [Dm]  No-one ar[E7]ound you, will c[Am]arry the blame for y[A]ou
   [Dm]  No-one ar[E7]ound you, will l[F]ove you today and th[E7]row it all away
     Tom[C]orrow when you r[Am]ise, an[C]other day for [Am]you to real[F]ise [Am]me
     [G]Or send me down again
     As the d[C]ays stand up on [Am]end
     You've g[C]ot me wondering [Am]how I lost your fr[F]iends[Am]hip
     But I s[G]ee it in your eyes
   [Dm]  Though I'm bes[E7]ide you, I can't c[Am]arry the lame for y[A]ou
   [Dm]  I may dec[E7]ide to, get o[F]ut with your blessing where I'll c[E7]arry on guessing
     How h[C]igh will you l[Am]eap, and w[C]ill you make en[Am]ough for you to r[F]eap [Am]it
     [G]Only you'll arrive
     [C]At your own made [Am]end, with n[C]o-one but yours[Am]elf to be of[F]fend[Am]ed
     It's y[G]ou that decides
     [C]      [Am]       [C]      [Am]       [F]     [Am] [G]
     [C]      [Am]       [C]      [Am]       [F]     [Am] [G] [C] 

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pete logan (report)

Transpose chords to G and capo 7th fret.

DocR (report)

The Cm is not correct. Just use Am instead. Much easier.