Guitar chords with lyrics
Stephen Sondheim - "I'm Still Here C7C7 Absus4/G C7C7 Absus4/G Good times and bum times, I've seen them all and, my dear, I'm still here C7C7 Absus4/G Em6Em6 A9A9 Plush velvet sometimes Sometimes just pretzels and beer, but I'm here D9D9 G-9 I've stuffed the dailies in my shoes Em9Em9 A-9 Strummed ukuleles, sung the blues Dm11Dm11 A7A7 C7C7 Absus4/G Seen all my dreams disappear but I'm here.
C7C7 Absus4/G C7C7 Absus4/G I've slept in shanties, guest of the W.P.A., but I'm here C7C7 Absus4/G Em6Em6 A9A9 Danced in my scanties, Three bucks a night was the pay, but I'm here D9D9 G-9 I've stood on bread lines with the best Em9Em9 A-9 Watched while the headlines did the rest DmDm G-9 Em6Em6 A-9 In the depression was I depressed? Nowhere near, DmDm G MajorG C7C7 Absus4/G I met a big financier and I'm here C7C7 Absus4/G C7C7 Absus4/G I've been through Gandhi, Windsor and Wally's affair, and I'm here C7C7 Absus4/G Em6Em6 A9A9 Amos 'n' Andy, Mah-jongg and platinum hair, and I'm here D9D9 G-9 Em9Em9 A-9 I got through Abie's, Irish Rose, Five Dionne babies, Major Bowes DmDm G-9 Em6Em6 A-9 Had heebie-jeebies for Beebe's, Bathysphere DmDm G MajorG C7C7 Absus4/G I got through Brenda Frazier, and I'm here
G9G9 F#m7-5 B#9 I've gotten through Herbert and J. Edgar Hoover Em/GEm/G Am6/F# Em/GEm/G Gee, that was fun and a half E minorEm A9A9 A7A7 When you've been through Herbert and J. Edgar Hoover D7sus4D7sus4 D7D7 G9G9 Anything else is a laugh C7C7 Absus4/G C7C7 Absus4/G I've been through Reno, I've been through Beverly Hills, and I'm here. C7C7 Absus4/G Em6Em6 A9A9 Reefers and vino, rest cures, religion and pills, and I'm here D9D9 G-9 Em9Em9 A-9 Been called a 'Pinko', commie tool, got through it stinko by my pool DmDm G-9 Em9Em9 A-9 I should've gone to an acting school, that seems clear DmDm G MajorG C7C7 Absus4/G Still someone said, "She's sincere", so I'm here G9G9 F#m7-5 B#9 I've gotten through, "Hey, lady, aren't you whoozis? Em/GEm/G Am6/F# Em/GEm/G Wow, what a looker you were" E minorEm A-9 A7A7 Or better yet, "Sorry, I thought you were whoozis D7sus4D7sus4 D7D7 G9G9 Whatever happened to her?" C7C7 Absus4/G C7C7 Absus4/G C7C7 Absus4/G C7C7 Absus4/G Stonewell, or Kramer , I've seen 'em all And, my dear, Wer?e still here C7C7 Absus4/G Em6Em6 A9A9 Truman, Bush Junior, managed to persevere, and wer?e queer D9D9 G-9 Em9Em9 A-9 Liza Minnelli, Meryl Strip Elton John and Harvey Milk DM G-9 Em9Em9 A-9 Thank god they were here, and wer?e Queer DmDm G-9 C7C7 Absus4/G Lord knows, because they were there, we are here C7C7 Absus4/G C7C7 Absus4/G Show girls, auditions , I've seen 'em all And, my dear, I'm still here C7C7 Absus4/G Em6Em6 A9A9 Dick dock, the sand dunes, Sometimes the front or the rear, but I'm here D9D9 G-9 Em9Em9 A-9 Joes?s in the morning , then to T,Spiritus after midnight, C'est la vie DM G-9 Em9Em9 A-9 The same routine every year, and I'm here DM G-9 Em9Em9 A-9 Lord knows, at least I was there, and I'm queer DmDm G-9 C7C7 Absus4/G C majorC Look who's here, I'm still here