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I Saw Her Again Tabs (ver.1)

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I Saw Her Again Tabs (ver.1)

Mamas And The Papas
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                "I Saw Her Again"
                    (John Phillips / Denny Doherty)

Intro:

	Esus4 [N.C.]
	 / / / /  / / / /

Verse 1:

	            A   A7/G   D
	I saw her again last night
	         G            A        C#m/G#  F#m
	And you know that I shouldn't
	    E           A     A7/G      D
	To string her along's just not right
	       G         A   G*  F#           * [3: harmonies imply G7]
	If I couldn't I wou......ldn't

Chorus:

	               B7              E [4: hold extra bar]
	But what can I do, I'm lonely too
	                 A     C#7/G#   F#m
	And it makes me feel so good to know
	                    (and it makes me feel...
	 Dm/F              A    [1, 3: Esus4]
	She'll never leave me
	... so good to know)

Verse 2:

	I'm in way over my head
	Now she thinks that I love her
	Because that's what I said
	Though I never think of her

Bridge:

	 Ab
	Every time I see that girl
             Bbm
	You know I wanna lay down and die
        Gb            Ab
	But I really need that girl
        B                                   D#m
	Oh, I'm livin' a lie
	               (though I'm livin' a lie)
                          G#m       B
	It makes me wanna cry

	1:  Esus4 [N.C.]
	      I saw her again

	2:  Esus4 [N.C.]
	      I saw her...   I saw her again


[repeat verse 1]

[repeat chorus]

[instrumental break over verse chords]

[repeat chorus]

[repeat bridge]

Coda:

	           A    A7/G   D
	I saw her again last night
	         G            A C#m/G#  F#m  E   [continue]
	And you know that I shouldn't

	To string her along's just not right
	If I couldn't I wouldn't

	I'm in way over my head
	Now she thinks that I love her

	Because that's what I said
	Though I never think of her  [fade]


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