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Ted Wulfers, Last Day Of Summer Chords (ver.1)

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Last Day Of Summer Chords (ver.1)

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Last Day of Summer

     C     F     G
E----0-----1-----3-----
B----1-----1-----0-----
G----0-----2-----0-----
D----2-----3-----0-----
A----3-----------2-----
E----x-----------3-----

Intro:   C F G F C F G F

Verse 1:
C         F         G       F             C           F    G   F        
You spent the whole summer sleepin' in and breakin' rules
C         F             G     F           C       F       G    F
Now it's time to wake up and get your ass back to school
C          F         G       F            C        F      G    F
It's oh so sad to say goodbye to your new found friends
C          F         G       F              C  F  G F
You really wish the summer would never end

Bridge 1:
F       G              C
No more singin' in the rain
F       G              C
No more laughin' away the pain
F       G              C
No more sayin' that you would
F       G              C
No the summer's gone for good

Chorus 1:
         G     F     C
It's the last day of summer
G       F      C
No more fun or beer
         G     F      C
It's the last day of summer
G          F      C
Fall will soon be here
G             F       C
Where did the summer disappear
G         F           C               F   G  F    
And I'll see you next year

Verse 2:
You been spendin you life living a free ride
Livin' by the moon, the stars, the sun and the rising tide
Livin' up the beach, you don't really have no cares
Til your parents call you up and say you're goin' nowhere

Bridge
Chorus
Chorus

Great song to play especially in late august, early sept.  Pop a corona
and enjoy this one!!!!   Great tune
            

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