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Gene Clark - Hear The Wind Chords

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Hear The Wind Chords

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Gene Clark     Hear The Wind         written by Gene Clark

G      D           Em   D C      D          G  D
Look around little darlin do you know who I am
G      D            Em   D  C  D           G  D
I'm as much your reflection as I am my own man
G        D       Em       D C          D             G  D
You need not to defend love life's the house where we live
G      D       Em    D  C    D            G   D
We cannot see tomorrow  only feel what we give
G        D          Em       D  C       D               G   D
Put your head on my shoulders   dry the tears from your eyes
G         D            Em  D  C        D            G  D  G
Watch the sun's fading ember  hear the wind  as she cries
Em                     Bm
We talk and hear about lonliness
Am            C             G
The cold blue hunger of the soul
Em                      Bm
But if  this world has redemptiveness
Am                 C
Why ever should we be somewhere
D
Where there's nowhere to go
G        D          Em       D  C       D               G   D
Put your head on my shoulders   dry the tears from your eyes
G         D            Em  D  C        D            G  D  G
Watch the sun's fading ember  hear the wind  as she cries
C        D            G  D  G
Hear the wind  as she cries

    Copyright @ 1977 Irving Music Inc.(BMI)
    From the "Two Sides To Every Story"  LP  RSO Records 1977
            
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