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IN THE MORNING RAZORLIGHT Guitar Chords    

IN THE MORNING                  RAZORLIGHT

G   Em ( x 2 )

   G
I dunno what Iím doing wrong
Maybe Iíve been here too long
    Em
The songs on the radio sound the same
Everybody just looks the same
          G
But then last night was so much fun
And now your sheets are dirty
Em
The streets are dirty too but
You never look back over what you've done
Am
Remember when you were young
C               D
Youíd lose yourself
G                                            Em 
In the morning you know you wont remember a thing 
G                                          Em 
In the morning, you know it's gonna be alright 


   G
I wake him up warm him up
When Iím on the stage, well
Em
The boy canít help it, itís not his fault
Just a dangerous dangerous age
          G
But then every nightís still so much fun
And youíre still out at dawn
      Em
Iím clinging on to the wrong ideas but
I never regret anything I've done
Am
Remember when you were young
       C        D
Youíd lose yourself

G                                            Em 
In the morning you know you wont remember a thing 
G                                          Em 
In the morning, you know it's gonna be alright 
C                                            G 
In the morning you know you wont remember a thing 
C                     (N/C)                     Em 
In the morning, you know it's gonna be alright   
 
Em7   
Am   C  D (x4)

G    (N/C)                                   Em 
In the morning you know you wont remember a thing 
G    (N/C)                                   Em 
In the morning, you know it's gonna be alright 
C                                            G 
In the morning you know you wont remember a thing 
C                     (N/C)                    Em ... D
In the morning, you know it's gonna be alright   
 
Em7       C    B  ( x 2 )
 
 
[  Repeat next part 5 times .....

Em7 
Are you really gonna do it this time? 
Em7  
Are you really gonna do it this time?  
C 
Are you really gonna do it this time? 
B  
Are you really gonna do it this time?  

....................................... ]

Em (N/C)
In the mornin', you know we won't remember a thing......
 

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The above is solely MY INTERPRETATION of this great song, in a format aimed at learning guitarists.
No attempt has been made to copy or reproduce the artist's or publisher's sheet music for the song, 
if such exists.

It can be used for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. To play the song as it should be played, you should 
purchase the official sheetmusic for the song. You should also purchase and listen to the song to learn 
the rhythm and timing of the song - this is essential if you wish to play the song with any degree of accuracy

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