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Mrs Jones Chords (ver.1)

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Mrs Jones Chords (ver.1)

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Song   : 'Mrs Jones' - (OCS)
Source : 'The Circle' b-side
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Mrs Jones - OCS
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Chord tab:
          D     = XX0232     F#   = 244322
          F#m   = 244222
          A     = X02220     D2   = XXX575
          Asus2 = X02200     F#m2 = X9-11-11-10-9
          G     = 320033     A2   = XXX9-11-9
Intro: Sounds a little like 'Across the Universe'
       D2        F#m2             A2
       |           |              |
   E-|-5--------7--9--------------9------------------|x2
   B-|----7-----------10------10---------------------|x2
   G-|-7-----7------------11------9--11--9--11--9----|x2
   D-|-----------------------------------------------|x2
   A-|-------------9---------------------------------|x2
   E-|-----------------------------------------------|x2

Verse 1:
D              F#m      A            Asus2   A
What are gonna do today, Mrs Jones?
D                       F#m       A
Are you gonna chase the pain away, Mrs Jones?

Chorus:
                   G
Believe it sitting there,
                     A
Waiting outside your door,
                   G
Hoping to find the things,
                          A
You'd hope would tell you more,
                      G               D
About the dreams that seemed to slip away.

Verse 2:
What are you gonna do today, Mrs Jones?
Are you gonna face the bills to pay, Mrs Jones?
   [chorus]

Bridge:
F#                G              D           F#m
   It's not as if Mr Jones could help in any way
F#                G              D                   F#m    A
   It's not as if Mr Jones - the bills that he could pay______
   [fill-in]
   [bridge]
   [verse 1]
   [chorus]
            
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