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Kate And Anna Mcgarrigle - Kiss And Say Goodbye Chords

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Kiss And Say Goodbye Chords

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                Kiss and Say Goodbye
Kate and Anna McGarrigle

Capo - Fret 2

C                             G
Call me when you're coming to town
         F                       C
Just as soon as your plane puts down
Call me on the telephone
     F                          C    E7  Am
But only if you're travelling alone
Counting down the hours
                     C7       F                 
Through the sunshine and the showers
Today's the day
        F               Dm7     C
You're finally going to come my way

C                             G
Let's make a date to see a movie
      F                       C
Some foreign film from gay Paris
I know you like to think you've got taste
        F                           C      E7   Am
So I'll let you choose the time and place
Have some dinner for two
                  C7     F
In some east side rendezvous
Then we'll walk
       F              Dm7       C
Arm in arm around the block and talk

Em Am    C      C7
To-night you're mine
C7    F   Dm7   G       
Let's not waste time

   D                    A
I do believe the die is cast
       G                          D
Let's try and make the night-time last
And I don't know where it's coming from but
           G                           D    F#7  Bm
I want to kiss you till my mouth gets numb
I want to make love to you
                       D7   G  
Till the day comes breaking through
And when the sun is high in the sky
N/C                    D   A7  D
We'll kiss and say goodbye
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