Perfect Day Uke tab by Lou Reed

10 Chords used in the song: F, A#m, D#, G#, C#, F#, D#m, A#, Dm, Gm

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F F   A#m A#m
Intro x2

A#m A#m D# D#
Just a perfect day
G# G# C# C#
Drink Sangria in the park
F# F#
And then later
D#m D#m F F
When it gets dark, we go home


A#m A#m D# D#
Just a perfect day
G# G# C# C#
Feed animals in the zoo
F# F#
Then later
D#m D#m F F
A A movie, too, and then home

A# A# D# D#
Oh, it's such a perfect day
Dm Dm D# D#
I'm glad I spent it with you
A# A# F F
Oh, such a perfect day
Gm Gm F F D# D#
You just keep me hanging on
Gm Gm F F D# D#
You just keep me hanging on


A#m A#m D# D#
Just a perfect day
G# G# C# C#
Problems all left alone
F# F# D#m D#m
Weekenders on our own
F F
It's such fun

A#m A#m D# D#
Just a perfect day
G# G# C# C#
You made me forget myself
F# F# D#m D#m
I thought I was
F F
Someone else, someone good

A# A# D# D#
Oh, it's such a perfect day
Dm Dm D# D#
I'm glad I spent it with you
A# A# F F
Oh, such a perfect day
Gm Gm F F D# D#
You just keep me hanging on
Gm Gm F F D# D#
You just keep me hanging on

Gm Gm F F D# D#
Enlace para final-1 x3

Dm Dm G# G# D# D#
Enlace para final-2

A# A# Dm Dm G# G# D# D#
You're going to reap just what you sow
A# A# Dm Dm G# G# D# D#
You're going to reap just what you sow
A# A# Dm Dm G# G# D# D#
You're going to reap just what you sow
A# A# Dm Dm G# G# D# D#
You're going to reap just what you sow

A# A# Dm Dm G# G# D# D# (x2)
A# A#

 

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Olly456 avatar
flag for CA(ISO2) (Dundas)
Very nice! I have played a couple versions of 'Perfect Day', but none in this key. It sounds great! :)
01 Jun 2016
cpttotoche avatar
je verrais bien un C#6 après le C#
26 Jun 2015
About this song

A song written by Lou Reed in 1972. Its fame was given a boost in the 1990s when it was featured in the 1996 film Trainspotting, and after its release as a charity single in 1997. The song was originally featured on the 1972 album Transformer. The song's lyrics are often considered to suggest simple, conventional romantic devotion, possibly alluding to Reed