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This Is the Life  Amy Macdonald

Amy Macdonald - This is the life
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Without Capo.
Intro : A , C#m , E , G#m
[A]Oh the wind whistles down
[C#m]The cold dark street tonight
And the pe[E]ople they were dancing to the [G#m]music vibe
And the bo[A]ys chase the girls with the curls in their hair
[C#m]While the shy tormented youth sit way over there
And the so[E]ngs they get louder
Each one better than be[G#m]fore
Chorus:
And you're singing the s[A]ongs
Thinking this is the life
And you wake up in the mo[C#m]rning and you're head feels twice the size
Where you gonna go?[E] Where you gonna go?
Where you gonna sleep ton[G#m]ight?
So you're heading down the road in your taxi for four
And you're waiting outside Jimmy's front door
But nobody's in and nobody's home 'til four
So you're sitting there with nothing to do
Talking about Robert Riger and his motley crew
And where you're gonna go and where you're gonna sleep tonight
solo :
 
 E|-----0---------0-----------0---------0--0-0-0-0-2-4-0-0-2-4-2-0----|
 B|-2-4---2-2-2-4---2-2-2-2-4---2-2-2-4----------------------------4--|
 G|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
 D|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
 A|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
 E|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

Listen to the track to get the rhythm right.
This is my first upload , hop you enjoy this tab.

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