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Bishop Stephen, On And On Chords (ver.1)

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On And On Chords (ver.1)

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                On and On
Stephen Bishop (c) 1975

C       Am               C       Am
Down in Jamaica they got lots of pretty women
C          Am              Dm7        G7
Steal your money then they break your heart
C        Am            C             Am
Lonesome Sue, she's in love with ol' Sam
    Dm7               G7            C        Am
She take him from the fire into the fryin' pan

CHORUS:
  Dm7
  On and on
           F/G
  She just keeps on trying
C                         A7         A7+
  And she smiles when she feels like crying
         Dm7        G7         C Am C Am
  On and on, on and on, on and on

C        Am          C           Am
Poor ol' Jimmy sits alone in the moonlight
C          Am              Dm7   G7
Saw his woman kiss another man
C     Am                         C              Am
So he takes a ladder, steals the stars from the sky
Dm7       G7        C         Am
Puts on Sinatra and starts to cry
[repeat Chorus]

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             Dm7               Em7
    When the first time is the last time
           Dm7      F/G     C7
    It can make you feel so bad
               Dm7      Em7
    But if you know it, show it
    Am7     D7           Dm7              C      Am
    Hold on tight, don't let her say "Goodnight."

C        Am          C           Am
I got the sun on my shoulders and my toes in the sand
C          Am              Dm7   G7
My woman's left me for some other man
C     Am                         C              Am
Ah, but I don't care -- I'll just dream and stay tanned
Dm7       G7        C         Am
Toss up my heart and see where it lands.

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