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Supremes, Where Did Our Love Go Tabs (ver.1)

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Where Did Our Love Go Tabs (ver.1)

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                WHERE DID OUR LOVE GO
written by Holland/Dozier/Holland
performed by the Supremes

(2 measures of clapping)

    G7*                     C                                      G
  1.                        Baby, baby                 baby, don't leave me
2.8.          I've got this burnin', burnin', yearnin'  feelin' in-side me
  3.       You came into my heart                        so tender-ly
  4.   And now that I've surrendered                     so honest-ly
  5.                        Baby, baby               where did our love go?
  6. (instrumental)--------------------------------------------------------
  7.                      Baby, baby               where did our love go?
  9.    Before you won my heart               you were a perfect guy**


     G7                  Dm                             G
  1. Ooo,   please don't leave me             all by my-self
2.8. Ooo,        deep in-side me       and it hurts  so bad
  3.      With a burnin' love        that stings like a bee
  4.           You wanna leave me, ooo, you wanna leave me
  5.       Oh, don't you want me?  Don't you want me no more?
  6. --------------------------------------------------------
  7.        And all your promises       of love forever more
  9. But now that you've got me   you wanna leave me be-hind

(from verse 3 on, background vocals of "Baby baby" and the title)

10. repeat verse 1 and fade

* In the first verse, the first G7 does not apply.  Play C and sing "Baby,
baby" immediately after the clapping.

** Variation for male singers: "You were a perfect girl"
            
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