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George Harrison, Tired Of Midnight Blue Chords (ver.2)

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Tired Of Midnight Blue Chords (ver.2)

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                                        TIRED OF MIDNIGHT BLUE 
                          by George Harrison







Gm                 A
The sun came into view
   Cm             D           D7
As I sat with the tears in my eyes
Gm                 A    
The sun came up on you
   Cm             D           D7
And as you smiled, the teardrop, it dried


D                            D7
I don't know where I had been
C                            C7
But I know what I have seen
D                            D7
Made me chill right to the bone
C                               C7           Gm
Made me wish that I'd stayed home along with you
A                    Cm    Gm A Cm D D7
   Tired of midnight blues



The sun came up so high

And as it shone, I realized your love

The sun shone in your eyes

And as you smiled, you realized it too



Don't know where I had been

But I know what I have seen

Made me chill right to the bone

Made me wish that I'd stayed home with you

Tired of midnight blues



Don't know where I had been

But I know what I have seen

Made me chill right to the bone

Made me wish that I'd stayed home with you

Tired of midnight blues



The sun went down the sky

Way up the clouds told me that they knew

The moon came up so high

And as you smiled, I knew that you knew too



Don't know where I had been

But I know what I have seen

Made me chill right to the bone

Made me wish that I'd stayed home with you

Tired of midnight blues

I don't know where I had been

But I know what I have seen

Made me chill right to the bone

Made me wish that I'd stayed home with you
            
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