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    AEGE
    (#9)x3 (notes only:) - 
    A
    and repeat half million times... 
    I live uptown...
    CCAAGGEGEG
    (notes) 
    But I've ne-ver been so broke that I could-n't leave
    (notes, listen to the song for the rhythm.):
    AAAEGAC
     
    GAGEGA
    Town... See me change... 
    A5G5A5A5G5A5A5G5A5A5G5A5
    (notes as well) 
    I'm the air you breathe food you eat friends you meet in the...
    Am
    Hold a essentially under the first solo, the organ messes with the chord a bit but in 
    Am
    its (adding a 7 here and there). 
    Repeat the chorus as before
    A7Bb7
    Then the second time, bring it all up a half step (from to now), and its gonna 
    that way for the rest of the song.
    So you're now taking everything from before up a half step.
    BbF
    Bb#9 (technically an , but for the sake of simplicity) becomes your chord, with a 
    Ab
    the bouncing notes. 
    During the second solo, start on an Bb5, and it doesn't get a third until after the
    D
    listen to the song), when the organ makes it a Bb major (adding the ), 
    Bb7Ab
    a (adding the ) as it nears the end of the solo. 
    And just keep jamming that chorus lick in Bb and you have the song in a nutshell.