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Lennon John - (Just Like) Starting Over Tabs

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(Just Like) Starting Over Tabs

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# CHORD 3.5 usage: -s 25 -g -a -c 12 -C Helvetica-BoldOblique -t 16
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{title:Just Like Starting Over}
{subtitle:John Lennon}
{define: F5+ base-fret 0 frets x x 3 2 2 1}
{define: D4 base-fret 0 frets x 0 0 2 1 3}
{c:Intro:}
Our [F]life to[F5+]gether is so [Dm]precious to[F5+]gether. 
We have [F]grown, [C7] we have [F]grown.
[C7]Although our [F]love is still [F5+]special, [Dm]        [F7]lets take a cha
nce and fly a [Bb]way
some[Bbm]where a[F]lone.


{soc}
It's [F]been too long since we took the time.
No [F5+]one's to blame. I know time flies so [Gm]quickly.[C]
[Gm]But when I [C]see you darlin'[Am], 
it's like we [D]both are falling in [Gm]love again.
It'll [C]be just like starting [F]over, [F5+]starting [F]over.
{eoc}


Every day we used to make it, love.
Why can't we be makin' love nice and easy?
It's time to spread our wings and fly;
don't let another day go by, my love.
It'll be just like starting over, starting over.

{c:Bridge}                                                         
[Cm7]why don't we take off al[Fm]one,   [Bb7]take a trip somewhere far, [Cm7]fa
r away?
[Cm]We'll be together all al[Fm]one again[Bb7], like we used to in the [Cm7]ear
ly days.
[C]Well, well, [Bb]darli[C]in'.

{c:repeat chorus}

{c:repeat intro, but at the end skip 'alone' and fade out on F5+ }

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                          ^  ^  ^      
regards,         EXTRA   / \/ \/ \ NULLA     
Ludwig          BAVARIAM \ /\ /\ / VITA
                          v  v  v
            
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