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Neil Diamond, Play Me Chords (ver.1)

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Play Me Chords (ver.1)

Neil Diamond Tabs
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                Play Me chords
Neil Diamond

D
She was morning and I was night time.
                                      G
I one day woke up to find her lyin' beside my bed.
                     D
I softly said, "Come take me."
    D
For I've been lonely, in need of someone
                                                  G
As though I'd done someone wrong somewhere, but I don't know where.
                         D
I don't know where, come lately
G                A
You are the sun, I am the moon,
G                  A7             D
You are the words, I am the tune, play me.
D
Song, she sang to me, song she brang to me,
                                                 G
Words that rang in me, rhyme that sprang from me warmed the night.
                     D
And what was right became me.
G                A
You are the sun, I am the moon,
G                  A7             D
You are the words, I am the tune, play me.

Dsus4 D Dsus4 D G D Asus4 D G C G Asus4 D

D
She was morning and I was night time.
                                      G
I one day woke up to find her lyin' beside my bed.
                     D
I softly said, "Come take me."
   D
So it was that I came to travel,
                                                 G
Upon a road that was thorned and narrow, another place,
                         D
Another grace would save me.
G                A
You are the sun, I am the moon,
G                  A7             D     Dsus4 D
You are the words, I am the tune, play me.

G                A
You are the sun, I am the moon,
G                  A7              D      D7    G   D Em D
You are the words, I am the tune, .....play........ me.

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