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Barclay James Harvest, John Lennons Chords (ver.1)

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John Lennons Chords (ver.1)

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BJH - John Lennon's Guitar


[C#] Back in the autumn of [B]seventy
On the [C#]night shift at Abbey [D#m]Road
Four young men were re[B]cording a song named "Ga[F#]ladriel"
For an [B]album they'd call Once A[C#]gain
[B] The producer was Norman Smith
Who'd engi[C#]neered with The Beatles and [D#m]John
Whose guitar was to [B]be instrumental that [F#]day
When I came to [C#]play [C#]

[E] I remember it [B]well, as if it was [F#]yesterday
[E] The day that I [B]played John Lennon's [F#]guitar
[E] I remember it [B]well, as if it was [F#]yesterday
[E] The day that I [B]played John Lennon's [F#]guitar

[C#]Back in the autumn of [B]seventy
[C#]As I played on my borrowed gui[D#m]tar
How could I know The [B]Beatles would split the next [F#]day
My heroes break [B]up and go their own [C#]way 

[B] Now autumns they come and they go
But my [C#]friends and my memories re[D#m]main
And my heroes, well [B]some of them fell from the [F#]stage
But their light still re[C#]mains 

[E] I remember it [B]well, as if it was [F#]yesterday
[E] The day that I [B]played John Lennon's [F#]guitar
[E] I remember it [B]well, as if it was [F#]yesterday
[E] The day that I [B]played John Lennon's [F#]guitar

[E] I remember the [B]day
I remember the [F#]day
I remember the [F#]day
I remember the [E]day
The day that I [B]played John Lennon's gui[F#]tar
[E] I remember the [B]day, as if it was [F#]yesterday
[E] And I know that the [B]memories will never [F#]fade
[E] I remember the [B]day, as if it was [F#]yesterday
[E] The day that I [B]played John Lennon's gui[F#]tar
            
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