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Anticipation Chords (ver.1)

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Anticipation Chords (ver.1)

Carly Simon
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                Anticipation chords
Carly Simon

D Dsus4 D 
 
D      G                    D            Dsus2/D
We can never know about the days to come 
D      G                  Em    A   Asus4 A  
But we think about them anyway, yeah 
      D      G             D           Dsus2/D Dsus4 D     
And I wonder if I'm really with you now 
   G            Em         A     D   D Dsus4 D  
Or just chasin' after some finer day 


G             D
Anticipation, anticipation 
   G         A
Is makin' me late 
   G          A             
Is keepin' me waitin' 
 
      D    
And I tell you
    G                D          Dsus2/D
how easy it feels to be with you 
    D              G                A      
And how right your arms feel around me 
    D                 G          D               Dsus2/D Dsus4 D
But I rehearsed those words just late last night 
           G                  Em      A           D   D Dsus4 D  
When I was thinkin' about how right tonight might be  
 
G             D
Anticipation, anticipation 
   G         A
Is makin' me late 
   G          A             
Is keepin' me waitin' 

      D         G              D      Dsus2/D 
And tomorrow we might not be together 
       D             G                    Em   A  Asus4 A  
I'm no prophet Lord I don't know nature's ways 
        D       G             D             Dsus2/D Dsus4 D     
So I'll try and see into your eyes right now 
    G          Em          A                      D
And stay right here 'cause these are the good old days

D     G       D 
These are the good old days 
    G          Em          A                      D
And stay right here 'cause these are the good old days 

D     G       D 
These are the good old days 4x

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