Simple Twist of Fate - chords, tab and comments

1972 album "Blood on the Tracks" - in my opinion Dylans's best production ever, which is not peanuts - is almost entirely recorded D open tuning. Playing nylon string, this trick sounds disgusting. And my voice sounds disgusting trying to sing D major. Thus, this is my humble transition and conversion.
G5                             Gmaj7
they sat together in the park as the evening sky grew dark
G7                                     C
she looked at him and he felt a spark tingle to his bones
D#                            G5                     C
'twas then he felt alone and wished that he'd gone straight
G5                      Cmaj9           G
and watched out for a simple twist of fate

D# may be substituted with Cm, but D sharp with muted E-strings sounds more like "open tuning", and it's simply to shuffle the C major 3 frets up.
G fifth
G major seventh
G seventh
C major
D sharp
D# (OBS fret)
C minor
C major nineth
Bob Dylan