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Mrs Robinson Chords (ver.1)

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Mrs Robinson Chords (ver.1)

Paul Simon
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                hi this is easy to play when you now how. it helps if you have a capo in the second fret. so here you go!:

Intro:
|E   | E   |E   |E   |

Verse 1:
                                                 E7
we'd like to know al little bit about for our files
    A7
we'd like to help you learn to help yourself
D7                  G               C   G/B      Am
  look around you, all you see are sympathetic eyes
E7                            D7
  stroll around the ground until you feel at home

Chorus:
              G       Em
And heres to you mrs robinson,
 G                 Em             C          D
Jesus loves you more than you will know (wo wo wo)
     C                       Em
god bless you please, mrs robinson
G                Em                 C              Am        E
heaven holds a place for those who pray (hey hey hey... hey,hey,hey)

|E   |E   ||

Verse 2:
(same chords as verse 1)

Chorus:
              G       Em
Coo coo ca-choo,mrs robinson,
 G                 Em             C          D
Jesus loves you more than you will know (wo wo wo)
     C                       Em
god bless you please, mrs robinson
G                Em                 C              Am        E
heaven holds a place for those who pray (hey hey hey... hey,hey,hey)
|E   |E   ||

Verse 3:
(same chords as verse 1 and 2)

Chorus:
                    G           Em
And where have you gone, joe dimaggio
 G                 Em             C          D
a nation turns its loney eyes to you(woo woo woo)
     C                       Em
whats that you say, mrs robinson
G                Em                 C              Am        E
Joltin' Joe has left and gone away
(hey hey hey... hey,hey,hey)

Outro- same as intro

thank you. hope you enjoy it!
lewis
            
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