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Wonder Stevie, Yester Me Yester You Chords (ver.1)

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Yester Me Yester You Chords (ver.1)

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"Yester-me, Yester-you, Yesterday"
                       (Ron Miller - Bryan Wells)

Note: those Cm chords are passing chords implied by the strings and bass;
the backbeat guitar remains on B.


	G#m/B /D# C#7       F#7         B     E    B     Cm
	 (Yester-me, yester-you, yesterday) / / /  / / / /

Verse 1:

	C#m               F#7
	    What happened to
	              B      [2-4: Cm]
	The world we knew
	C#m                F#7                 B      D#7/A# G#m
	    When we were dreaming, scheming, while the time away
	      C#7         F#7         B   E   B           [1-3: Cm]
	Yester-me, yester-you, yesterday        mmm, yeah

Verse 2:

	Where did it go (where did it go)
	That yester glow
	When we could feel the wheel of life turn our way
	Yester-me, yester-you, yesterday

Bridge 1:

	(B) (Cm)   C#m          F#7
	 I  had a dream, so did you
	          B   D#7/A#    G#m
	Life was warm, love was true
	C#7                            F#7 [N.C.]
	Two kids who followed all the rules
	 F# E   D#m    Dm
	Yester fools, and

Verse 3:

	Now, now it seems (now it seems)
	Those yester dreams
	Were just a cruel and foolish game we had to play
	Yester-me, yester-you, yesterday   mmm-hmm

Bridge 2:

	When I recall what we had
	I feel lost, I feel sad
	With nothing but the memory of
	Yester love, and

[repeat verse 3]


	 B    C#7         F#7         B   E   B
	Yester-me, yester-you, yesterday         Sing it with me
	  B    C#7         F#7         B   E   B
	(Yester-me, yester-you, yesterday)       One more time, yeah [fade]

-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
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