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Kelly Chords (ver.1)

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Kelly Chords (ver.1)

Del Shannon
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                Kelly:Del Shannon.
B-side of Two Kinds Of Teardrops - 1963.

#1.
A                                         E
Kelly and I meet secretly, we stay out of sight.
E                                                A
When we're in each others arms, we know it isn't right.
A                  A7                D
We are so in love, but he loves you, too.
D                 A                 E                A
How can I tell my best friend, that I'm in love with you?

#2.
A                                                    E
He's told me of your sweet caress and of your lovely eyes.
E                                                 A
Just how long can we go on, telling him all these lies?
A                  A7                D
We are so in love, but he loves you, too.
D                 A                 E                A
How can I tell my best friend, that I'm in love with you?

CHORUS:
    E         D               A                 E
Oh, Kelly.....please, please, tell me..we gotta find a way..
                             A
tell me what can we say..oh, Kelly.

#3.
A                                            E
He's coming home tomorrow, he's been gone so long.
E                                             A
We could get away tonight, to run would be so wrong.
A                  A7                D
We are so in love, but he loves you, too.
D                 A                 E                A
How can I tell my best friend, that I'm in love with you?

CHORUS:
    E         D               A                 E
Oh, Kelly.....please, please, tell me..we gotta find a way..
                             A
tell me what can we say..oh, Kelly.

OUTRO:
A   E          A          E
Oh, Kelly..oh, Kelly..oh, Kelly..(Fade.)


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