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Sedaka Neil, Breaking Up Is Hard To Do Chords (ver.1)

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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do Chords (ver.1)

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                "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do"
                   (Neil Sedaka / Howard Greenfield)

Intro (acapella w/drums and handclaps until indicated):

	Do-do-do down doobee-do-down-down   comma-comma
	Down doobee-do-down-down   comma-comma
	 B         G#m       E
	Down doobee-do-down-down
	                B   E  B [N.C.]
	Breaking up is hard to do

Verse 1:

	                 B   G#m   E       F#
	Don't take your love     away from me
	B            G#m               E  F#
	  Don't you leave my heart in misery
	B    D#7/A#    G#m
	If you go then I'll be blue
	        C#7                   F#7
	'Cause breaking up is hard to do

Verse 2:

	Remember when you held me tight
	And you kissed me all through the night
	Think of all that we've been through
	     C#7            F#7    B  [N.C.]
	And breaking up is hard to do

Bridge:

	                      Bm7 E7 Bm7     E7
	They say that breaking up is hard to do
	A      Amaj7     A6           Amaj7
	  Now I know, I know that it's true
	Am7    D7       Am7        D7
	Don't say that this is the end
	    G                              F#                      [N.C.]
	Instead of breaking up I wish that we were making up again

Verse 3 [chords as per verse 2]:

	I beg of you, don't say goodbye
	Can't we give our love another try
	Come on baby, let's start anew
	'Cause breaking up is hard to do

[repeat bridge; backup vocalists sing lines 1 and 3]

[repeat verse 3]

Coda [repeat to fade]:

	 B         G#m       E      F#
	Down doobee-do-down-down   comma-comma


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
            
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