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I Must Be Seeing Things Chords (ver.2)

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I Must Be Seeing Things Chords (ver.2)

Gene Pitney
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                I Must Be Seeing Things:Gene Pitney.
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INTRO:
Ab Bb C...Ab Bb C

#1.
C                              G
Isn't that my girl and is that my best friend?
            F                Em
Aren't they walking much too close together?..
       F                     Em      G         C
and it don't look like their talking about the weather.

CHORUS:
          G                         C
I must be seeing things..oh, no, it can't be true.
          E                                          G
I must be hearing things, when I can hear her say to him..
  C           Am          Ab        Ab Bb C
I want you, I need you, I love you.

#2.
C                                     G
Looking through a tear, I can see him kissing her..
      F                   Em
I can feel my poor heart, slowly breaking.
       F           Em   G        C
I'd do anything if only I was mistaken.

CHORUS:
          G                         C
I must be seeing things..oh, no, it can't be true.
          E                                          G
I must be hearing things, when I can hear him say to her..
   C             Am                Ab    Ab Bb C
forget him, it's over, you're mine now.


(INTERLUDE:)C G F Em F Em G C

#3.
          G                           C
I must be seeing things I thought I'd never see.
          E                          Am
I must be hearing things, you made a fool of me.
          F                 Fm
I must be seeing things and hearing things..
    C  Dm            C  Dm                  C  Eb Ab C
oh, no....I need you so....oh, please don't go.....(Fade.)


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