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    A Minor Incident

    Badly Drawn Boy





    G  Am7  Am7  G


    (Start Country Strum)

    Am  Cmaj7  G  G



    G                                Em                    Am               G

    There's nothing I could say to make you try to feel OK

           G                        Am                 Cmaj7               D
    And nothing you could do to stop me feeling the way I do
           Am                         Em/B             Cmaj7           D

    And if the chance should happen that I never see you again

               G           G/C     G/D  G/C    G  (X2) 
    Just remember that I'll always love you


    G  Am  Cmaj7  G  G



    G                       Em                 Am                G
    I'd be a better person on the other side I'm sure

             G                    Am             Cmaj7           D

    You'd find a way to help yourself find another door

           Am                      Em/B    Cmaj7              D
    To shrug off minor incidents, make us both feel proud

                 G           G/C     G/D  G/C        G  (X2)  
    I'd just wish I could be there to see you through


    G  Am  Cmaj7  G  G



    (Instrumental Verse)





    G                       Em                 Am                G
    You always were the one to make us stand out in the crowd

             G                    Am             Cmaj7           D
    Though every once apon a while your head was in a cloud

           Am                      Em/B    Cmaj7              D
    There's nothing you could never do to ever let me down

                 G           G/C     G/D  G/C        G  (X2)  
    And remember that I’ll always love you


    G  Am  Cmaj7  G  G


    G           G/C     G/D  G/C        G  (x4)


    Am7  Cmaj7  G

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