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Dry Your Eyes Chords (ver.1)

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Dry Your Eyes Chords (ver.1)

Neil Diamond
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Intro: D

Verse:
D
Dry your eyes, take your song out
       G
It’s a newborn afternoon
                            D                                A
And if you can’t recall the singer, can you still recall the tune? 
         D                                      G
Dry your eyes, play it slowly, just like you’re marching off to war
                        D                               A
Sing it like you always wanted, like you sung it once before
             D                            G
And from the centre of the circle, to the big waiting crowd
                 D                                A
If it ever is forgotten, sing it long and sing it loud
                  D
And come dry your eyes

Key Change:

F                                            Bb
And you taught us more about living, than we ever cared to know
                       F                           C
And we came to learn a secret, and we never let it go
           F                            Bb
And it was more than being holy, it was less than being free
                            F                               C
And if you can’t recall the reason, can you hear the people see
                  F                                  Bb
Right through the lightening and the thunder, to the dark side of the moon  
                             F                               C
Through that distant falling angel, that descended much too soon
              F
Come dry your eyes



Dry your eyes, take your song out
       Bb
It’s a newborn afternoon
                            F                                C
And if you can’t recall the singer, you can still recall the tune 
              F
Come dry your eyes
F
Come dry your eyes
F
Dry your eyes
            
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