You’ve Got A Friend

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[G][C] [Cd] [Gsus4] [G] [F#m7] [B7]

When you’re down[Em] and tro[B7]ubled and you n[Em]eed a h[B7]elping hand,[Em7]
and [Am7]nothing, oh, [D7sus4]nothing is going right[G],[Gsus4][G]
[F#m7]close your eyes and thin[B7]k of me and [Em]soon I wil[B7]l be there[Em7]
to [Am7]brighten up [Bm7]even your darkest night[D7sus4].[/D7]


CHORUS
You just call[G] out my nam[Gmaj7]e,  and you [Cmaj7]know wherever I am[Am7],
[D7sus4]I’ll come run[G]ning[Gsus4] to see you again.[D7sus4]
[G]Winter, spring, summer, or [Gmaj7]fall,  [Cmaj7]all you got to do [Em7]is call
and I’ll [Cmaj7]be there,[Bm7]     yeah, yeah, [Am7]yeah.[D7sus4]  (2nd time -->*)
[D7sus4]You've got a friend
[G][C] [Cd] [Gsus4] [G] [F#m7] [B7]

[B7]If the sky[Em] above[B7] you should turn [Em]dark and [B7]full of clouds[Em7],
and that [Am7]old north [D7sus4]wind should begin to blow[G],[Gsus4][G]
[F#m7]keep your head togeth[B7]er and [Em]call my name[B7] out loud[Em7].
[Am7]Soon I'll be [Bm7]knocking upon your [D7sus4]door.  

CHORUS

[Cf]Hey ai[F]n't it good to know that [C]you've got a friend when
[G]people can b[Gsus4]e so cold[Gmaj7].     
They'll [C]hurt you and desert[F7] you.
Well, they'll [Em7]take your soul if you let [A7]them.
Oh yeah, but don't[D7sus4] you let them.[D13]


You just call[G] out my nam[Gmaj7]e,  
and you [Cmaj7]know wherever I am[Am7],
[D7sus4]I'll come run[G]ning[Gsus4] to see you again.[D7sus4]
[G]Winter, spring, summer, or [Gmaj7]fall,  [Cmaj7]all you got to do [Em7]is call
and I'll [C]be there, [Bm7]yes [Am7]I will[D7sus4].
You've got a frien[G]d. [C] You've got a [G]friend.


[C]Ain't it good to know you've [G]got a friend?
Ain't it good [C]to know you've got a friend?[G]
Oh, yeah,[C] yeah.  You've got a friend.[Gsus4][G]

You've Got a FriendWikipedia: "You've Got a Friend" is a song from 1971, originally written and performed by Carole King.


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