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A Groovy Kind Of Love Phil Collins
When I'm feeling b[G]lue
All I have to [D/G]do
Is take a look at y[G]ou
Then I'm not so b[Am/G]lue
When you're close to [Am7]me
I can feel your he[Bm7]artbeat
I can feel you bre[C]athing in my e[D]ar
Wouldn't you ag[G]ree
Baby you and [D/G]me got a groovy kind of l[G]ove [D]
(Second verse the same)
Bridge = verse sequence in A rather than G (I'm sure you can transpose as I can't be
(3rd verse as 1st but in A)
Then there are repetitions of "groovy kind of love", the last of which before the
is not simple A but something like:
E/A D/F# (or) Dadd2/F#
We got a groovy kind of love
D/E D/F# (or) Dadd2/F# D/E
D/F# (or) Dadd2/F# D/E
A - make it extra cheesy by adding in the 2nd.
We got a groovy kind of love.
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