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Set Me Free Chords
set me free

chords
Am   Eaug/G#   C/G    F    G    D    Bm    F#aug/A#  C      Dm    E7    E7(2)
5    4         0      1    3    5    2     2         8      5     10    #
5    5         1      1    3    7    3     3         8      6     9     5
5    5         0      2    4    7    4     3         9      7     9     7
7    6         2      3    5    7    4     4         10     7     9     6
7    #         #      3    5    5    2     #         10     5     7     7
5    #         3      1    3    #    #     #         9      #     #     #


       (riff 1)     (riff 2)      (riff 3) (riff 4)
       Am           Eaug/G#       C/G         D
--- ------------ ----------- ------------- -------|
-3- -3s5---5--3- -3-3s5---5- -----------7- ---5s7-|
--- ------------ ----------- -----------7- ---5s7-|
-5- -5s7---7--5- -4-4s6---6- -----------7- ---5s7-|
-5- -5s7---7--5- -5-5s7---7- -7-5-5s7---5- -3-3s5-|
-3- -3s5---5--3- ----------- ------------- -------|

intro
(riff 1 4x)

VERSE:
        Am(w/riff 1)     Eaug/G#(w/riff 2)   C/G(riff 3)
Set me free little girl, all you gotta do is set me free little girl
D(w/riff 4)      C            Am
You know you can do it if you try,
F             G            G-Am        G-Am
All you gotta do is set me free, free, free,  [repeat verse]


BRIDGE:
Bm             F#aug/A#
I don't want no one,
     Bm                      F#aug/A#
if I can't have you for myself.
       Bm                F#aug/A#
I don't need nobody else,

F                         C
so if I can't have you to myself,
Am  Dm E7    Am  Dm E7(2)
Set me free, set me free, oh set me

outro
Am  Am9




 
 
Kinks - Set Me Free Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Set Me Free tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Set Me Free Chords:

The Kinks were an English pop/rock group formed in 1963, and categorised as a British Invasion band, along with the other members of the so-called Big Four (The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Who). Despite being less commercially successful than these three contemporaries, mostly because of a four-year ban from the United States in the mid-to-late 1960s, the Kinks are cited among them as one of the most important and influential rock bands of all time and have 12 top 40 hits in America.[1]

The band's early hard-driving singles set a standard in the mid-1960s for rock and roll, while albums such as Face to Face,[2] Something Else, The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society, Arthur and Muswell Hillbillies are highly regarded by fans, critics, and peers, and are considered amongst the most influential recordings of the era.[3]

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