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Barry Manilow, Weekend In New England Chords (ver.1)

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Weekend In New England Chords (ver.1)

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Weekend in New England
R. Edelman (c) 1975
Performed by Barry Manilow

Capo II in A

G            Bm             Cmaj7        D
Last night I said good-bye, now it seems years
    G           Bm         Cmaj7      D
I'm back in the city where nothing is clear
    C              G/B          Am7         D7
But thoughts of me holding you, bringing us near
And tell me...

CHORUS
G             Am7
When will our eyes meet?
G          Am7
When can I touch you?
G              Am7             Em   A7
When will this strong yearning end?
    Am7         D7         G    Am7 G
And when will I hold you a-gain?

G           Bm      Cmaj7     D
Time in New England took me a-way
   G          Bm          Cmaj7      D
to warm rocky beaches and you by the bay
   C         G/B         Am7          D7
We started a story whose end must now wait
And tell me...
[repeat Chorus]

TAG
  G               Am7   G                 Am7
I feel the change comin', I feel the wind blow
  G              Am7       Em            C   (G)
I feel brave and daring, I feel my blood flow!
     C          G/B               Am7         G
With you, I can bring out all the love that I have
     C              G/B        Am7            D7
With you, there's a heaven, so earth ain't so bad
And tell me...

G             Am7
When will our eyes meet?
G          Am7
When can I touch you?
G              Am7             Em7  A7
When will this strong yearning end?
    Am7         D7sus4    D7
And when will I hold you
G    Am7   G    Am7 G.
A-gain... again?
            
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