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Mills Brothers, Yellow Bird Chords (ver.1)

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Yellow Bird Chords (ver.1)

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                      Intro: D chord throughout
      Verse 1:
      D               A               D
      Yellow bird, up high in banana tree.
      D                A                  D
      Yellow bird, you sit all alone like me.
      Chrous:
      Em                  D
      Did you lady friend leave the nest again?
        A                D
      That is very sad, makes me feel so bad.
       Em                D
      You can fly away, in the sky away.
        A                    D
      Your more lucky than me.
      Verse 2:
      D            A                                D
      I also had a pretty girl, she's not with me today.
        D                          A T
      hey're all the same those pretty girls.
                                         D
      Take tenderness, then they fly away.
       D          A D          A     D
      Yellow Bird, yellow bird.
      Chrous:
      Em                  D
      Did you lady friend leave the nest again?
        A                D
      That is very sad, makes me feel so bad.
       Em                D
      You can fly away, in the sky away.
        A                    D
      Your more lucky than me.
      Verse 3:
      D                  A                               D
      Wish that I were a yellow bird, I'd fly away with you.
                       A
      But I am not a yellow bird, So here I sit.
                      D
      Nothing I can do.
      D
      Yellow bird, yellow bird.
            

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