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Toulouse Street Chords (ver.1)

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Toulouse Street Chords (ver.1)

Doobie Brothers
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                Play 4 times: | Dm | Dm | G7sus4 | G7 |

   Dm                  G7sus4 G7
I'm walkin' in shadows, I cannot see
Dm                    G7sus4  G7
Faces, they smile when I fall or flee
Dm                     G7sus4   G7     C
Doors without windows all shuttered tight, again

Eb                         C
   I just might pass this way again
Eb                         C
   I just might pass this way again
Eb
   I just might pass this way
Eb                         D
   I just might pass this way again


    Dm                   G7sus4      G7
The night she is hot, Creole girls, they sing
   Dm                    G7sus4    G7
My heart, it is pounding, my ears they ring
   Dm                      G7sus4  G7    C
The spell has been cast down in New Orleans, again

 
Eb                         C
   I just might pass this way again
Eb                         C
   I just might pass this way again
Eb
   I just might pass this way
Eb                         D
   I just might pass this way again

[Instrumental – melody & chorus]

Dm
Locked in a room down in New Orleans
   G7sus4            G7
My blood is a-flowin' fast
Dm
Locked in a room down in New Orleans
   G7sus4            G7
My blood is a-flowin' fast

Dm                   G7sus4      G7
The night she is hot, Creole girls, they sing
   Dm                    G7sus4    G7
My heart, it is pounding, my ears they ring
   Dm                      G7sus4  G7    C
The spell has been cast down in New Orleans, again

Eb                         C
   I just might pass this way again
Eb                         C
   I just might pass this way again
Eb
   I just might pass this way
Eb                         D
   I just might pass this way again
            
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