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Never Comes The Day Chords (ver.1)

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Never Comes The Day Chords (ver.1)

Moody Blues
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                {t:Never Comes The Day}
{st:Moody Blues}

DK . . “ On The Threshold Of A Dream” .. April 1969. . Written by Justin Hayward
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INTRO  (pick)
C //// G//// C//// G//// C//// G//// C//// G////
(pick  first 4 verses)
[C] Work away to[G]day, [C]work away to[Bm]mor[D]row.
[C]Never comes the [G]day… for [C]my [G]love [C]and [G]me.
I [C]feel her gently [Bm] sighing as the [C]evening slips a[D]way.
(strum following verses)
If  [G]only you [D]knew what's in[G]side of me [D]now,
You [G]wouldn't want to [D]know me some[G]how.[G]
But..[Cm]you [G]will [Cm]love me to[G]night,
[C]We a[G]lone will [D]be al[C]right,
I-i-n the [G]E-n-D (G strum 8 bars)
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CHORUS  (STRUM G THROUGH OUT)
[G]Give just a little bit more
Take a little bit less
Admit what you're feeling
And see what's in front of you,
It's never out of your sight.
You know it's true,
We all know that it's true. G//// G////
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(pick as intro) C //// G//// C//// G//// C//// G//// C//// G////
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VERSE 2
[C]Work away to[G]day, [C]think about to[Bm]mor[D]row
[C]Never comes the [G]day.. for [C]my [G]love [C]and [G]me.
I  [C]feel her gently [Bm]sighing as the [C]evening slips a[D]way.
(STRUM)If [G]only you [D]knew what's in[G]side of me [D]now,
You [G]wouldn't want to [D]know me.. some[G]how, [G]
But..[Cm]you [G]will [Cm]love me to[G]night,
[C]We a[G]lone will [D]be al[C]right,
I-I-I-n the [G]E-n-D. (G strum 8 bars)
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CHORUS (As previous)
[G]Give just a little bit more, take a little bit less
Admit what you're feeling and see what's in front of you,
It's never out of your sight.
You know it's true,…we all know that it's true.
You know it's true,…we all know that it's true.
You know it's true,…we all know that it's true.
(repeat chorus to fade)
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