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Pat Boone, Chains Of Love Chords (ver.1)

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Chains Of Love Chords (ver.1)

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                Chains Of Love:Pat Boone.
#10 in 1956.(Great Blues song.)
             (Capo 1st fret.)

INTRO: A D  A E E7

#1.
A               D                     A        
Chains of love, have tied my heart to you.
D                                    A
Chains of love, have made me feel so blue.
      E                      D                E     A  E E7
Well, now I'm your prisoner, tell me what you gonna do?

#2.
A                      D                    A
Are ya gonna leave me, are ya gonna make me cry?
D                                           A
Are ya gonna leave me, are ya gonna make me cry?
      E                          D         E     A   E E7
These chains are gonna haunt me, until the day I die.

#3.
      A                         D                       A
Well, if you're gonna leave me, please won't you set me free?
      D                                                A
Well, if you're gonna leave me please won't you set me free?
        E
I can't bear these chains that bind me,
D             E         A  E E7
unless you're here with me.

#4.
           A                             D                   A
Well, it's three o'clock in the mornin', the moon is shinin' bright..
          D                                                 A
Yes, it's three o'clock in the mornin', the moon is shinin' bright..
       E               D             E        A
I just sit and wonder, where can you be...to..night.


A fifties smash from Kraziekhat.
            
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