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I Think Were Alone Now Chords - James Tommy

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I Think Were Alone Now Chords

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                "I Think We're Alone Now"
                           (Ritchie Cordell)

[Notes: 1) The intro is notated in quarter-notes (one slash per beat) but
played in staccato eighth-notes; 2) When I heard 'em live, they simulated
the crickets chirping by scratching their chins on-mike!]


	A        E        D       (A)
	/ / / /  / / / /  / / / /

Verse 1:

	  A         C#m
	Children behave
	F#m               E
	That's what they say when we're together
	 A                C#m
	And watch how you play
        F#m               E
	They don't understand   and so we're


	C#m                        A [N.C.]
	Runnin' just as fast as we can

	Bass fill (doubled by muted guitar):

	  v       v       v       v

	C#m                          A [N.C.; repeat bass fill]
	Holdin' on to one another's hand
	Tryin' to get away into the night
	And then you put your arms around me as we tumble to the ground
	And then you say


	A               E
	I think we're alone now
               D                     A
	There doesn't seem to be anyone around
	A               E
	I think we're alone now
	     D                            A
	The beating of our hearts is the only sound

	(heartbeat and crickets)

Verse 2:

	Look at the way
	We gotta hide what we're doin'
	'Cause what would they say
	If they ever knew   and so we're

[repeat pre-chorus]

[repeat chorus]

Coda (repeat to fade):

	A               E
	I think we're alone now
	D                       A
	  There doesn't seem to be anyone around

-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
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