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Abraham Martin And John Chords (ver.1)

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Abraham Martin And John Chords (ver.1)

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                ABRAHAM, MARTIN & JOHN by MARVIN GAYE

Chords used:

Bb:  688766    Fm:  x-8-10-10-9-8
Dm:  x57765    Ab:  466544
Eb:  x6888x    D:   x5777x        
Cm:  x35543    Gm:  355333
F:   133211

Bb Dm Eb Bb

Bb           Dm   Eb                 Bb
 Has anybody here seen my old friend Abraham?
Bb       Cm                 F
 Can you tell me where he's gone?
Gm          Dm
 He freed a lot of people
       Eb                 Bb
But it seems the good die young
    Cm              F                Bb
Yeh, I just looked around and he was gone.

Bb           Dm  Eb                  Bb 
 Has anybody here seen my old friend John?
Bb     Cm        F 
 Can you tell me where he's gone?
        Gm          Dm
You know he freed a lot of people
       Eb             Bb
But it seems the good die young
    Cm              F                Bb
Yeh, I just looked around and he was gone.

Oh yeh.

Bb

Bb      Dm        Eb                 Bb
 Has anybody here seen my old friend Martin?
Bb     Cm        F  
 Can you tell me where he's gone?
Gm          Dm  
 He freed a lot of people
       Eb                 Bb
But it seems the good die young
    Cm      F                    Bb
Yeh, I just looked around he was gone.

Eb Dm Cm Eb Bb (x2)

Bb Dm Fm Bb Ab

Bb Dm Eb Dm Cm F

Bb       Dm      Eb                  Bb
 Has anybody here seen my old friend Marvin?
Bb       Cm      F
 Can you tell me where he's gone?
        Gm          Dm     
You know he freed a lot of people
Eb                  Bb       
 But the good, they die young
    Cm      F                        Bb  
Yeh, I just looked around and he was gone.

Bb Dm D Gm

    Cm             F                Bb
Oh, I just looked around, they were gone, oh yes.

Bb

Bb Dm D Gm Cm F Bb
            
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