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Rogers Tammy, Come Out And Play Chords (ver.1)

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Come Out And Play Chords (ver.1)

Rogers Tammy Tabs
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                Tammy Rogers  Come Out And Play  written by Tammy Rogers
                                            Alison Prestwood

E
You've been holed up for way too long
E
Insisting that nothing's wrong
A                                     E
Running around in circles all by yourself
E
Now I'm knocking on your door
E
Tell me what are you waiting for
A                                 E
I am the friend you need baby who else
F#m                          A
It's such a  very very fine day
              E
Come out and play come out and play
E
We'll go walking without our shoes
E
Let the sky have all your blues
A
Tell me what's it gonna take to
                    E
Put a smile on your face
E
We could climb up in the trees
E
And listen to the summer breeze
A                                  E
Let her memory slip away without a trace
F#m                          A
It's such a  very very  fine day
             E
Come out and play
B             A  E
Come out and dance
B           A      E
Give love a second chance
B           A     G#m  F#m  E
Come out and sing with me

SOLO

B             A  E
Come out and dance
B           A      E
Give love a second chance
B            A     G#m  F#m  E
Come out and sing with me

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Tammy Rogers     vocals/guitar
Kevin Welch      acoustic guitar
Buddy Miller     electric guitar
Walt Aldridge    Sitar/bouzouki
Harry Stinson    drums/vocals
Alison Prestwood bass
Kim Richey       background vocals


   From The Tammy Rogers CD
   1996 Dead Reckoning Records
   Aliform Music/Hillbilly Thrill Music (ASCAP)
            
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