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Jim Croce - Alabama Rain Chords

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Alabama Rain Chords

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Jim Croce
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                Alabama Rain - Jim Croce



A            Bm        A              E
Lazy days in mid July, country sunday mornings
A             Bm               F#m      C#m   Bm  E 
dusty haze on summer highways, sweet magnolia calling

D              C#m         Bm              C#m
Now and then I find myself thinking of the days
             F#m     Bm     Dmaj7  E    A
that we were walking in the Ala -- bama rain


A               Bm            A                 E
Drive-in movies friday night, drinking beer and laughin'
A                   Bm            F#m        C#m       Bm  E
somehow things were always right, just don't know what hap-pened

D              C#m         Bm              C#m
Now and then I find myself thinking of the days
             F#m     Bm     Dmaj7  E    A A7
that we were walking in the Ala -- bama rain

D       E    A        F#m  Bm                 E
We were only kids but then,  I never heard it said
                D       E        A        F#m  Bm
that kids can't fall in love and feel the same
              E                       E7
I can still remember the first time I told I loved you

A          Bm        A                E
On a dusty mid July, country summer's evening
A                Bm            F#m    C#m        Bm   E
a weeping willow sung its lullaby and shared our se - cret

D              C#m         Bm              C#m
Now and then I find myself thinking of the days
             F#m     Bm     Dmaj7  E    A
that we were walking in the Ala -- bama rain  (2x)
            
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