Guitar Tabs, Chords and Lyrics
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I Got Rhythm  George Gershwin

These are the "Rhythm Changes" in C and in open position, which makes them
more difficult. With practice they get easier and this is a great key for
baritone voices. They sound a little too fat for jazz, but oh well! This is
just the chorus.
[CM7] [Am7] [Dm7] [G7] [Em7] [A7] [Dm7] [G7]  

( Tab from: )
(you don't HAVE to play the bottom 3 strings on G7 which with the
fast chord changes makes it much easier)
[CM7]I [Am7]got [Dm7]rhy---[G7]thm
[Em7]I g[A7]ot [Dm7]mu---[G7]sic
[CM7]I g[Am7]ot [Dm7]my [G7]man
[Em7]Who could [A7]ask for [Dm7]anything [G7]more
Then you repeat the same chord changes for the second half of the chorus with new lyrics
[CM7]I [Am7]got [Dm7]dai---[G7]sies
[Em7]in [A7]green [Dm7]past-[G7]ures
[CM7]I g[Am7]ot [Dm7]my [G7]man
[Em7]Who could [A7]ask for [Dm7]anything [G7]more

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A7 Am7 Cm7 Dm7 Em7 G7
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