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Kinks, Missing Person Chords (ver.1)

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Missing Person Chords (ver.1)

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                Intro : G  C G  G  C G
         
	  G
Have you seen this face?
        C      G
Does it ring a bell?
        G                                D
Does it strike a chord somewhere in your mind?
              G
And there's a big reward,
       C    C/B C/A  C/G  D
If you help us solve this crime,
           G                         F   C D
And if you recognize this face, dial nine.

         G
Have you seen this face?
    C            G
Dig deep in your mind.
    G                                D
Has anybody seen that little girl of mine?
        G
She was always a rover,
        C     C/B C/A C/G   D
But I'm afraid to say she's strayed
    F   C    D
Too far this time.

        C                F              C
Now I'm sitting at home, staring at the wall.
C                                 G      
Waiting for the missing person to call.
C                                       Am
Waiting for the message I'm dreading to hear.
F                             C
Waiting to confirm my darkest fears.
        C 
She's a missing person, I wish I could see
C                           G
All of the places she might be.
C                              Am
Maybe I stopped her from being free.
F                                    C
Maybe there was something missing in me.

G                             C     G
Wherever she is, I hope she's doing fine,
      G                                      D
But I wish that she would phone or drop us a line.
     G                                Em
Till then I've got nothing to ease my mind,
        C                          G
And I'm thinking about her all the time.
            
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