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Jay And The Americans, Sunday And Me Chords (ver.1)

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Sunday And Me Chords (ver.1)

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                Sunday And Me:Jay And The Americans.
#18 in 1965.    

INTRO:
F
Her eyes would make an Angel smile,
              Bb
they call her Sunday.
Bb            F
She'll take a man and drive him wild,
            Bb
her name is Sunday...

#1.
    Eb                 Bb       Eb
And one day I'm gonna, make her mine.
            Bb    Eb                  F
It's gonna, be so fine...you wait and see..
Eb         F   Eb              F7
it's gonna be..just Sunday and meeeeee.

#2.
F
There's not a star that shines as bright,
            Bb
her name is Sunday.
                F
She'll take the dark out of the night,
              Bb
they call her Sunday.

#3.
    Eb                 Bb       Eb
And one day I'm gonna, take her home,
                     Bb       Eb
tell the world that, she's my own..
             F    Eb         F
you wait and see..it's gonna be..
Eb              F     F7
just Sunday and meeeee.

(INTERLUDE:)
Bb              F     F7
Sunday, Sunday, Oooooh!

#4.
F
Oh, I see bells and wedding gowns, when 
      Bb
I see Sunday.
Bb        F
And all I dream of, walkin' down the aisle,
     Bb
with Sunday.
    Eb                  Bb       Eb
And one day it's gonna, come for sure..
Eb                      Bb     Eb
the day that I've been, livin' for..
Eb           F    Eb         F
you wait and see..it's gonna be..
Eb              F      F7
just Sunday and meeeee.
F7                 F
Oooohhhh, la la la la laaaaaa...(Fade.)


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