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Old Copper Penny-crd  Rb Morris

[G]Nobody wants me, I've n[C]o one to hold
F (3 strings)
But everyone sees me, they walk right on by
Just [G]like I ain't worth a d[C]ime
Chorus: But I'm [F]heads up and happy and I'm r[C]eady to roll
[E]I know I'm not silver, I[Am] know I'm not gold
F C Em Am F(3strings
But I'm good luck to whoever holds an old copper
[G]penny like [C] me
(repeat for last chorus)
F(3 strings)G C
I said an old copper penny like me
F(3 strings)G C F(3strings) G C GC
I said an old copper penny like me
Athena, I hope this makes sense. The F chord with 3 strings may actually
be a D6 or something, I'm not sure, but you play it just as if you're
making an F but leave your ring finger off the D string in the 3rd fret.
You play the D string open and don't even play the two bass strings (E &
A). At the other times I list F you play a full F hitting all the strings
if you bar it. I believe once you get the first verse the others will be
easy, the words are easy enough to hear I hope and you can feel where the
changes come. Good luck and thanks again for the interest. Copper Penny
is my most asked about song... RB

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