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My Brilliant Feat  Colin Hay

This is a tab from the acoustic guitar version on the album "Going Somewhere"
Standard tuning.
Chords uses:
G - 320033
D - XX0232
Dsus4 - XXXX0233
G/B - X20033
Cadd9 - X32033
Em7 - 022033
Alot of it is palm muted on the recording, you can hear where if you
listen but it doesn't really matter much if you do it too or not.
Intro: G - D - G/B - Cadd9
He plays the intro like this on the recording, though just strumming the basic
chords is fine. I won't put the strumming pattern as you can hear it and figure
out the timing yourself.

[G]Did someone call my nam[D]e
[G/B]Like a distant dr[Cadd9]um thats beating[G]
or is it j[D]ust another d[G/B]ream of long ag[Cadd9]o
[G]I dance again, I am spinn[D]ing
[G/B]In the light, I am li[Cadd9]ving[G]
And I can feel the po[D]wer, [G/B]rushing through my v[Cadd9]eins
[D]Once upon a time, I could [Cadd9]do no wrong
[D]Though the candle flickers, the[Cadd9] flame is never gone
(walk on the A string as in the intro going onto the D, and alternate the D with Dsus4)
[G]To my brilliant fe[D]at
[G/B]May they all pay he[D]ed
[G]I hear the cro[Cadd9]wd roar, oh[Dsus4] so loudly[D]
Second verse and bridge, then the second chorus is extended:
[G]To my brilliant fe[D]at
[G/B]May they all pay he[D]ed
[G]I hear the cro[Cadd9]wd roar, oh[Dsus4] so loudly[D]
[G]To my brilliant fe[D]at
[G/B]I make grown men we[D]ep
[Em7]And still my eye[Cadd9]s grow, oh [Dsus4]so cloudy[D]
After the last chorus play Em7 - Cadd9 - D to finish.
Comments welcome.

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Cadd9 D Dsus4 Em7 G G/B
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