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Human Nature Chords
...HUMAN NATURE... by Michael Jackson
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*CAPO 2nd FRET*

(Original Key: G)

Intro:

F/G  G  Ebmaj7  Dm7
F/G  G  Ebmaj7  Dm7

Verse 1:

F        G
 Looking out
F           G
 Across the night-time
F         G                 F    G
 The city winks a sleepless eye
F         G
 Hear her voice
F         G
 Shake my window
F         Em7    Dm7    Gsus4
 Sweet se-ducing sighs

Verse 2:

F       G
 Get me out
F         G
 Into the night-time
F                 G          F    G
 Four walls won't hold me to-night
F        G       F       G
 If this town Is just an apple
F            Em7    Dm7  
 Then let me take a bite

Chorus 1:
(If they say)

F     G    C        C/B     Am    G
 Why, why, tell 'em that is human nature
F     Em7          Dm7            Am
 Why, why, does he do me that way  (If they say)
F     G    C        C/B     Am    G
 Why, why, tell 'em that is human nature
F     Em7          Dm7            G
 Why, why, does he do me that way 

Verse 3:

F        G
 Reaching out
F           G
 To touch a stranger
F         G              F    G
 Electric eyes are ev'ry-where
F         G        F         G
 See that girl She knows I'm watching
F              Em7   Dm7 
 She likes the way I stare

Chorus 2:
(If they say)

F     G    C        C/B     Am    G
 Why, why, tell 'em that is human nature
F     Em7          Dm7            Am
 Why, why, does he do me that way  (If they say)
F     G    C        C/B     Am    G
 Why, why, tell 'em that is human nature
F     Em7          Dm7            Am
 Why, why, does he do me that way 
       Dm7             Am
I like livin' this way
       Dm7            Am
I like lovin' this way

Verse 4:

(Instrumental)

Am  Dm9  Fmaj7  FaddG  G  Ebmaj7  Dm7  FaddG  G  Ebmaj7  Dm7  

Verse 5:

F        G
 Looking out
  F         G
A-cross the morning
F           G               F    G
 The city's heart begins to beat
F         G     F         G
 Reaching out I touch her shoulder
F             Em7    Dm7 
 I'm dreaming of the street

Chorus 3:
(If they say)

F     G    C        C/B     Am    G
 Why, why, tell 'em that is human nature
F     Em7          Dm7            Am
 Why, why, does he do me that way  (If they say)
F     G    C        C/B     Am    G
 Why, why, tell 'em that is human nature
F     Em7          Dm7            Am
 Why, why, does he do me that way 
       Dm7             Am
I like livin' this way
       Dm7            Am
I like lovin' this way

Chorus 4:
(If they say)

F     G    C        C/B     Am    G
 Why, why, tell 'em that is human nature
F     Em7          Dm7            Am
 Why, why, does he do me that way  (If they say)
F     G    C        C/B     Am    G
 Why, why, tell 'em that is human nature
F     Em7          Dm9            Am
 Why, why, does he do me that way 
       Fmaj7           FaddG  G  Ebmaj7  Dm7     
I like livin' this way

FaddG  G  Ebmaj7  Dm7 
Abmaj7  Gm7  Ebmaj7  Dm7  Abmaj7  

(Repeat to Fade)


CHORD DIAGRAMS:
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  F/G      G     Ebmaj7   Dm7      F      Em7    Gsus4     C 
 
 EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  
 303210  320003  x68786  xx0221  133211  022030  320013  x32010

   C/B     Am     Dm9    FaddG   Fmaj7   Abmaj7   Gm7         
 
 EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE   
 x2001x  x02210  x5355x  303210  x03210  4x554x  353333

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About the artist behind Human Nature Chords:

Michael Joseph Jackson (born August 29, 1958) is an American musician and entertainer. The seventh child of the Jackson family, he debuted on the professional music scene at the age of eleven as a member of The Jackson 5. Jackson went on to begin a solo career in 1972, becoming a pop icon and named the "King of Pop", in subsequent years. Five of his solo studio albums, Off the Wall (1979), Thriller (1982), Bad (1987), Dangerous (1991) and HIStory (1995), have become some of the world's best selling pop records.

Jackson became a dominant figure in popular music in the late 1970s as the first black entertainer to amass a strong crossover following on MTV. The popularity of his videos aired on MTV, such as "Beat It" and "Billie Jean", helped to put the relatively young channel "on the map", while videos such as "Black or White" and "Scream" made Jackson a staple on MTV into the 1990s. He transformed the music video into an art form and a promotional tool as well. Jackson popularized physically complicated dance techniques, such as the robot and the moonwalk, along with a distinctive musical sound and vocal style that have influenced numerous hip hop, pop, and R&B artists.

Jackson has donated and raised several hundred million dollars for beneficial causes, through his Dangerous World Tour, charity singles and support of thirty-nine charities.[1][2] However other aspects of his personal life has generated significant controversy; plastic surgery, a lightening skin tone due to vitiligo and eccentric behavior have damaged his reputation among the public. He was accused of child sexual abuse in 1993, although the matter was settled out of court. Jackson was tried, and later acquitted, of further child molestation allegations and several other charges in 2005. He has been the subject of long term financial difficulties and health concerns.

Jackson is one of few artists to have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice. His awards include eight Guinness World Records—including one for Thriller, as the worlds best selling album—thirteen Grammy Awards, thirteen number one singles in his solo career—more than any other artist in the Hot 100 era—and the sale of over 750 million units worldwide. Jackson's highly publicized personal life, coupled with his successful career has made him a part of pop culture for almost four decades.[3]

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