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Take It Easy on Me  Little River Band

Chorded by: S. Peterson & C. Brady
Note: Here is the proper fingering for the Bm5b7 -
x[1324]2323x
Verse 1
[Dm]It used to be so easy to be your [A]lover
[Dm]We wandered through the days like they had no [A]end
[Dm]But now that you are gone, I?m [A]undercover
[Dm]I just can?t think about you as a [A]friend
Chorus
[D]Take it easy on me, it should be [A]easy to see
[F#m]I?m getting lost in the crowd, nearly [Esus]crying out [E]loud
[D]Just want you to know, I [A]know that you have to [F#m]go
[B]It?s all up to you, but [Bm7b5]whatever you do, take it easy on [A]me
Verse 2
[Dm]So now I?ll go the minstrel road without [A]you
[Dm]I know there will be times when I?ll need you [A]there
[Dm]And each night as I sing those songs about [A]you
[Dm]I?ll think back to the time when you used to [A]care
(Chorus)
Bridge
[A]Take it easy on [Dsus]me, oh [D]baby don?t leave me cr[A]yin?
[A]It should be easy [Dsus]to see, [D]I?ve needed you for so l[A]ong
[Dsus]Just one more [D]chance, will you, [F]one more chance will [E]you take a chance
[E]C?mon and t[Esus]ake a chanc[E]e
Solo
(Chorus)
[B]It?s still up to you, but what[D]ever you do, [Asus]take it easy on me[A]
Note: Credit and thanks to C. Brady, my guitar instructor, for helping clean up this
which sounds better than the first one I submitted.
Submitted 18 November 2006

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A Asus B Bm7b5 D Dm Dsus E Esus F F#m
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Travisduane (report)

The Bm7b5 is a bit hard for me. I found that it sounds pretty close if you substitute a Dm7, if you are having the same problem with the chord as I have.