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Hall And Oates, Everytime You Go Away Chords (ver.1)

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Everytime You Go Away Chords (ver.1)

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                EVERYTIME YOU GO AWAY
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written by Daryl Hall & John Oates




G                           Bm7       C                       Dsus4  D
Babe, if we can't solve any problems   why do we lose so many tears?
G               Bm7       C                       Dsus4  D 
Oh whoa, so you go again,   when the leading man appears
Em7   Bm7
Oh, Always the same theme
C                           C#º
But can't you see we've got everything going on and on and on

G              Em7     Am7                   Dsus4      D
Every time you go away   you take a piece of me with you
G              Em7     Am7                   Dsus4      D
Every time you go away   you take a piece of me with you

G             Bm7  C                           Dsus4  D
Go on and go free,   maybe you're too close to see
G                    Bm7    C                               Dsus4  D
I can feel your body move,    but does it mean that much to me?
Em7           Bm7
I can't go on singing the same theme
C                               C#º
‘Cause you can't see, we've got everything baby even tho’ you know

G              Em7     Am7                   Dsus4      D
Every time you go away   you take a piece of me with you
G              Em7     Am7                   Dsus4      D
Every time you go away   you take a piece of me with you

Em7      Bm7
Oooh hoo hoooo hoo
C                              C#º
Cause you can’t see, we’ve got everything baby even tho’ you know

G              Em7      Am7            Dsus4  D
Every time you go away   Everytime you go away  (nx)



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