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Paul Anka, My Home Town Chords (ver.1)

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My Home Town Chords (ver.1)

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                My Home Town:Paul Anka.
#8 in 1960.

INTRO: A C#m D E E7 
 
#1.
A                       E 
I took a little trip to my home town..  
                  A 
I only stopped to look around.  
                          E 
And as I walked along the thoroughfare..  
                        A 
there was music playing everywhere. 
 
#2.
A                       E 
The music came from within my heart..  
                       A 
how did it happen, how did it start?
                   E 
I only know that I fell in love.. 
                        A 
I guess the answer lies up above.  
 
CHORUS:
           E                     A
Oh, what a feeling..my heart was reeling.  
               E                       A      E7
The bells were ringing..the birds were singing.

#3.  
    A                     E 
And so the music, it goes on and on..  
                                A 
all through the night until the break of dawn.  
                 E 
I hear a bird up in the tree..he sings this 
       A
little melody.  

CHORUS:
           E                     A
Oh, what a feeling..my heart was reeling.  
               E                       A      E7 Bb
The bells were ringing..the birds were singing.
 
#4.
Bb                       F 
And so the music it goes on and on. 
                                A 
All through the night until the break of dawn.  
                 F
I hear a bird up in the tree..he sings this little
Bb
melody.

OUTRO:
Bb                F
Ai-ya-ya-ya-ya-ya-ya-ya-ya.. 
                  Bb
Ai-ya-ya-ya-ya-ya-ya-ya-ya..(x2)(Fade.)


A sixties smash from Kraziekhat. 
 
            
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