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Perfect day  Lou Reed



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[E]   [Am]    [E]   [Am]   [Am]Just a [D]perfect day,
[G]Drink Sangria[C] in the park,
[F]And then later, [Dm]when it gets dark,
We go [E]home.
[Am]Just a [D]perfect day,
[G]Feed animals[C] in the zoo
[F]Then later,[Dm] a movie, too,
And then [E]home.
Oh [A]it's such a [D]perfect day,
I'm [C#m]glad I spent it with [D]you.[D/C#] [D/B]
[A]Oh such a [E]perfect day,
You just [F#m]keep me [E]hanging [D]on,
You just [F#m]keep me [E]hanging [D]on.
Just a [D]perfect day,
[G]Problems all [C]left alone,
[F]Weekenders [Dm]on our own.
It's such [E]fun.
Just a [D]perfect day,
[G]You made me for[C]get myself.
[F]I thought I was [Dm]someone else,
Someone [E]good.
Oh [A]it's such a [D]perfect day,
I'm [C#m]glad I spent it with [D]you.[D/C#] [D/B]
[A]Oh such a [E]perfect day,
You just [F#m]keep me [E]hanging [D]on,
You just [F#m]keep me [E]hanging [D]on.
(instrumental)
[F#m]     [E]   [D]  [F#m]     [E]   [D]  [C#m]    You're going to [G]reap just what you [D]sow,[D/C#] [D/B] [A]
[C#m]    You're going to [G]reap just what you [D]sow,[D/C#] [D/B] [A]
[C#m]    You're going to [G]reap just what you [D]sow,[D/C#] [D/B] [A]
[C#m]    You're going to [G]reap just what you [D]sow,[D/C#] [D/B] [A]
[C#m]      [G]    [D]    [D/C#]      [D/B]      [A]               (rall.)
[C#m]      [G]    [D]    [D/C#]      [D/B]      [A]   

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pronan (report)

Of course the run is also up a half-step.

pronan (report)

Lou plays it up a half step - so capo on 1st fret. In his acoustic version he does a run while playing the E chord. So on the E string he hits E - F# - G then on A he hits the B note. Sounds pretty. Just listen to the acoustic version of the song and you will get it.

ahuescar (report)

fully agree!!

christopaul (report)

I think there are some Am left out at the begining of the first lies of some of the verses.