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The Mean Bettwen The Stremes Chords (ver.1)

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The Mean Bettwen The Stremes Chords (ver.1)

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                OURS - THE MEAN BETTWEN STREMES

chords: 
C#m: 446654 
G#m: 466444 
F#m: 244222 
B: x24442 
B*: 799877 
C#m*: 91111999 

intro: C#m [x46654/446654] 

C#m.........G#m 
yesterday's sorrow 
.......F#m........C#m 
not forgetting tomorrow 
C#m................G#m 
stolen just like a baby 
.....F#m...........C#m 
in a world full of maybe's 
........C#m..........G#m 
for the thought of a dollar 
...........F#m.......C#m 
and taught hate of a color 
C#m..................G#m 
born to days till we play the routine 
.....F#m.....................C#m 
of a game that's so old and obscene 
C#m...........B.........C#m 
today all the troubles exceed 
.......C#m...B*.............F#m 
as the media helps destroy dreams 
.....C#m........B.............C#m 
with a duke and a reverend it seems 
...B...................F#m........C#m* 
we can't find the mean between extremes 
x then go 

I pretend all the white boys 
took a flag to the black toy 
and they return to a wondrous day 
and they're thinkin' in a different way 
they talk of the last man 
of a cheap and depressed man 
funny how it seems that some never even see 
what's been built and been taught to believe 
there's a thought that some races don't bleed 
or that pain is just something for me
if you think that then brother, you'll see 
the blood was expensive and so it seems 
hey 

is it thought that some races don't bleed 
or that pain is just something for me 
the a duke and a reverend it seems 
we can't find the mean between extremes 
it's alright 

(SUBMIT BY TROI)
            
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