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Lay Lady Lay  Bob Dylan

Capo 1

[G]   [Bm]    [F]   [Am]    [G]   [Bm]    [F]   [Am]             
[G]Lay, lady, l[Bm]ay, [F]lay across my [Am]big brass bed[G]   [Bm]    [F]   [Am]
[G]Lay, lady, l[Bm]ay, [F]lay across my [Am]big brass bed[G]   [Bm]    [F]   [Am]
[D]Whatever c[Em]olors you have i[G]n your mind
[D]I'll show them [Em]to you and you'll[G] see them shine
[G]Lay, lady, l[Bm]ay, [F]lay across my [Am]big brass bed[G]   [Bm]    [F]   [Am]

[G]Stay, lady, s[Bm]tay, [F]stay with your [Am]man a[G]while.    [Bm]  [F] [Am]
[G]Until the break of [Bm]day, [F]let me see you [Am]make him [G]smile   [Bm]  [F]  [Am]
[D]His clothes are [Em]dirty but his [G]hands are clean
[D]And you're the [Em]best thing that he's [G]ever seen
[G]Stay, lady, s[Bm]tay, [F]stay with your [Am]man a[G]while.   [Bm]   [F]   [Am]
[Bm]Why wait any longer for the [D]world to [G]begin
[Bm]You can have your cake and ea[Am]t it t[G]oo
[Bm]Why wait any longer for the [D]one you [G]love
When he's sta[Bm]nding in front of [Am]you
[G]Lay, lady, l[Bm]ay, [F]lay across my [Am]big brass b[G]ed.  [Bm]   [F]   [Am]
[G]Stay, lady, s[Bm]tay, [F]stay while the [Am]night is still [G]ahead.    [Bm]   [F]   [Am]
[D]I long to [Em]see you in the mo[G]rning light
[D]I long to [Em]reach for you [G]in the night
[G]Stay, lady, s[Bm]tay, [F]stay while the [Am]night is still [G]ahead.   [Bm]   [F]   [Am]
[G]   [Bm]     [F]   [Am]    [G]   [Am]    [Bm]     [C]   [G]      
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joefez (report)

Start with bar chord [A} fifth fret. Work your way down to [Bm] using bar chords. At the change, open [E] Bar [F#m] open [A]. This gives your hand a rest and sound real good. I like to alternate just the A to a bar chord.

prisoner (report)

Take everything up two semi-tones! That nails it.