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The Moonbeam Song Chords (ver.2)

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The Moonbeam Song Chords (ver.2)

Harry Nilsson
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                {t:The Moonbeam Song}
{st:Harry Nilsson}

DK. . "Nilsson Schmillson". . November 1971. .
Cadd9 is played by adding pinky finger to C chord on 2nd string, 3rd fret. Only play 
for 1 down stroke.
12 STRING
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INTRO
C//Cadd9/C//// C//Cadd9/C////  C//Cadd9/C////C//Cadd9/C////
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VERSE 1
[C]Have you ever [Cadd9]watched A [C]moonbeam, C//Cadd9/C////
As it [G]slid across your window[G7]pane?[G] [G7]
Or [G]struggled with a bit of [G7]rain,
Or [G]danced about the weather [G7]vane,
Or [C]sat along a [Cadd9]moving [C]train,
And wondered [Cadd9]where the [C]train has been.
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BRIDGE
Or [C7]on a fence with bits of cr*p,
Around its bottom,
[F]Blown there by a windbeam.
Who [D7]searches for the moonbeam,
Who was last seen

[G]Looking at the [G7]tracks
Of the [G]careless wind[G7]beam
Or [G]moving to the [G7]tracks
Of the [G]tireless freight [G7]train
And [G]lighting up the [G7]sides
Of the [G]weather vane
And the [G7]bits of rain
And the [G]windowpane
And the [G7]eyes of those
Who [G]think they saw what ha[C]ppened C//Cadd9/C////C//Cadd9/C////
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VERSE 2
[C]Have you ever [Cadd9]watched A [C]moonbeam, C//Cadd9/C////
As it [G]slid across your window[G7]pane?[G] [G7]
Or [G]struggled with a bit of [G7]rain
Or [G]danced about the weather [G7]vane
Or [C]sat along a [Cadd9]moving [C]train
And [C]wonder where the [Cadd9]train has [C]been?

[C7]Aahh Aahh Aahh Aahh, [F]Aahh Aahh Aahh Aahh,
[D7]Aahh Aahh Aahh Aahh,
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[G]Looking at the [G7]tracks
Of the [G]careless wind[G7]beam.
Or [G]moving to the [G7]tracks
Of the [G]tireless freight [G7]train,
And [G]lighting up the [G7]sides
Of the [G]weather vane
And the [G7]bits of rain
And the [G]windowpane
And the [G7]eyes of those
Who [G]think they saw what 
C//Cadd9/C////

FADE OUT
C//Cadd9/C//// C//Cadd9/C////
[G] [G7] [G] [G7] [G] [G7] 
C//Cadd9/C//// C//Cadd9/C////
            
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