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Association, Enter The Young Chords (ver.1)

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Enter The Young Chords (ver.1)

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                                             "Enter The Young"
                              (Terry Kirkman)

Jim Yester, in the liner notes to the Japanese _From The Original Master
Tapes_ CD (Warner/Pioneer WPCP-3536):

  This song was the group's selection for the follow-up single to "Along
  Comes Mary".  However, the regional breakout of "Cherish" in the midwest
  changed that choice.  The version for the "HITS" album was re-cut [AWR:
  I know - it blows dead bears] and not from the first album.  This could
  have been the theme song for the 60's youth movement.


Intro:

	[guitar, doubled with bass and glockenspiel, 2X]:

	      D                 C
	 v    v   v   v   v     v   v   v   v
	----|-----------------|-----------------|
	----|-----------------|-----------------|
	----|-----2-0---------|-------2-0-----2-|
	----|-0-------4-0-----|-----------4-2---|
	(0)-|---------------3-|-----------------|
	----|-----------------|-----------------|

	           D       C   [as above]
	Here they come
	           D       C
	Here they come

Verse 1:

	            D
	(Here they come, yeah)
	                C
	Well, some are walkin', some are ridin'
	            D
	(Here they come, yeah)
	              C
	And some are flyin', some just glidin'
	    G           F#m            Em
	Released after years of being kept in hidin'
	          G              Em             A
	They're climbin' up the ladder rung by rung

	G C  Bm  A		[electric piano]

Chorus:

	[A G  Bb]         D	[single notes; bass doubled w/bells]
	Enter the young (yeah)
	             C
	Now they've learned to think
	            D
	Enter the young (yeah)
	                C
	More than you think they think
	     G               Em           C
	Not only learned to think but to care
	    Em                            A
	Not only learned to think but to dare

	[1]:  [A G  Bb]     D    C  [single notes; bass doubled w/bells]
	         Enter the young    [to verse 2]

	[2]:  [A G  Bb]   D      CaddD  [single notes; bass doubled w/bells]
	         Enter the young        [to instrumental]

	[3]:      A   /G   /F# /E
	          / / / /  / / / /  [to coda]

Verse 2:

	(C)              D
	Yeah, here they come
	                 C
	Well, some with questions, some decisions
	            D
	(Here they come)
	               C
	And some with facts and some with visions
	      G            Bm              Em
	Of a place to multiply without the use of divisions
	    G               Bm           Asus4  A
	To win a prize that no-one's ever won

[repeat chorus]

Instrumental:

	[N.C.]     (G)
	Enter the young

	[fuzz guitar solo:]

	G        C   D
	/ / / /  / / / /

	G   Em   C
	/ / / /  / / / /

	C   Am   Dm
	/ / / /  / / / /

	C   Am   D
	/ / / /  / / / /  /

Bridge:

	            G
	(Here they come, yeah)
	                 C
	Well, some are laughin', some are cryin'
	            G
	(Here they come, yeah)

	[fuzz guitar sustains open D next three lines]

	              F               G
	And some are doin', some are tryin'
	          F
	Some are sellin', some are buyin'
	           F               Am
	Some are livin', some are dyin'
	       F                        Asus4  A
	But demanding recognition one by one

[repeat chorus]

Coda:

	            D                     C
	Enter the young, yeah (here they come)
	            D                      C
	Enter the young, yeah (enter the young)
	            D                     C
	Enter the young, yeah (here they come)
	            D                     C
	Enter the young, yeah (here they come)
	            D
	Enter the young


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
            

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