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Darlin Be Home Soon Tabs (ver.1)

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Darlin Be Home Soon Tabs (ver.1)

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                "Darling Be Home Soon"
                            (John Sebastian)

Intro:

	(acoustic guitar):

	G
	/ / / /  / / / /

Verse 1:

	 G        C                               G
	Come and talk of all the things we did today
	           C                           G
	Here and laugh about our funny little ways
	          C  C/B    Am7          G
	while we have a few minutes to breathe
	      C    C/B       Am7             G
	and I know that it's time you must leave

Chorus:

	    Csus4 [x3302x]   C
	But darling be home soon
	  Csus4             C             G
	I couldn't bear to wait an extra minute if you dawdled
	   Csus4           C
	My darling be home soon
	     Csus4              C                   G
	It's not just these few hours but I've been waiting since I toddled
	          C     C/B      Am    D7      G
	For the great relief of having you to talk to

Verse 2:

	    G        C                            G
	And now   a quarter of my life is almost passed
	  C                                G
	I think I've come to see myself at last
	      C   C/B       Am             G
	and I see that the time spent confused
	         C   C/B     Am            G
	was the time that I spent without you
	       C    C/B Am Am/G  D7
	And I feel  myself  in  bloom

[repeat chorus]

[instrumental break (chords as per verse 3, below)]

[repeat chorus]

Verse 3:

	G      C                                G
	Go and beat your crazy head against the sky
	        C                              G
	try and see beyond the houses and your eyes
	     C  C/B  Am  Am7/G D7
	It's ok to  shoot the moon

[repeat chorus, last line w/solo acoustic guitar]


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
            
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