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Katie Herzig, Jack And Jill Chords (ver.2)

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Jack And Jill Chords (ver.2)

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                Capo: no capo but, if you have a higher pitch voice then these chords will work to any capo.


 D                                   D7   
She wore that dress like it was a Saturday
                G          A          
Pretty as a summer rose picked in the morning
  D                                D7
He held her hand like she was a mystery
                  G             A
One he couldn't quite believe was walking with him

          G    D        Em7
They were high up on a hill
                   G        D           Em7
With something to say and daylight to kill
            G         D            Em7
Time slips away, the way that it will

[D, D7, G, A]

 D                                     D7          
Round and around, dancing round the question posed
                  G                A 
Flip a coin and watch it go down into the wishing well
 D                            D7
Two-step sunset there goes another day
                    G                      A
Another chance to give away secrets they keep to themselves
           G    D       Em7
They were high up on a hill
                   G       D           Em7
With something to say and daylight to kill
             G        D            Em7
Time slips away, the way that it will

 D                  D7
Darkness falls without a sound
  D                  D7
They come tumbling down
            G D Em7 [G, D, Em7 x2]   
Tumbling after

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