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Mcguinn Clark And Hillman, Let Me Down Easy Chords (ver.1)

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Let Me Down Easy Chords (ver.1)

Mcguinn Clark And Hillman Tabs
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McGuinn Clark Hillman   Let Me Down Easy written by Chris Hillman
                                                    Pete Knobler

D           Bm     G                   D       A
Come to the window then you'll see the last of me
D                Bm      G                  D          A
Heading into the morning that's the way you want it to be
G            A      D    Bm       Am            G
You eased me out so slow I wish I knew where to go
D                  Am       G           Em
Now you've got me where you want me now you don't want me no
A
more
D               Bm   G           D    A
You let me down easy let me down slow
D                       Bm      G                  D      A
I'm not the first to be leaving or the last one to know
G     A          D    Bm  Am      G
Oh I love you so well now I can't tell
     D        Am        G              Em
If I love you cause I'm lonely or this loneliness I'm
                     A
feeling cause I love you

D   Bm  Em  A  D  Bm  Em  A

D                  Bm      G                 D    A
Put a light in the window throw a log on the fire
 D                 Bm       G                     D   A
Keep an eye on the driveway leave a light in your eye
  G             A         D     Bm            Am
I don't want to live life alone you've got to let me come
G
home
D                 Am        G           Em
Now you've got me where you want me now you don't want me no
A
more

        Copyright @ 1980 Bar None  Music/Lovelust Music(BMI)
        From the "City"  LP  Capital Records
            

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