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Mike McClure - Other Side Of Midnight Chords

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Other Side Of Midnight Chords

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Mike McClure
[Verse 1]
                        G
Well You Used To Be A Dreamer
                                D
Always Believed You’d Find The One
                            G
He’d Come In Ride’n On A Stallion
                                A
You Still Believed In Kingdom Come
                           G
Now You’re Stare’n At The TV
                          D
You Drink Wine Until You Cry
                            A
Everyone Has Found Their Purpose
                                D
Why Has Yours Still Passed You By
 
 
[Chorus]
                     D
The Other Side Of Midnight
                             G
You Start Thinkin’ About The One
                       Bm
Is It Someone In The Distance
                            A
Is It Someone Who’s Came And Gone
                              G
I Can’t Say Much To Make It Better
                                 D
Some Things Just Hurt Then You Move On
                     A
The Other Side Of Midnight
                         D
Won’t Be Long Until The Dawn
 
 
[Verse 2]
                                    G
I Don’t Blame You, Sometimes It’s Hopeless
                             D
No One Around You Seems To Care
                                G
Well You Once Had Climbed Up Ladders
                            A
Now Your Falling Down The Stairs
                             G
Would It Help Much If I Told You
                               D
It’s Just A Phase Your Goin’ Through
                         A
But If You Give Up On Believing
                                D
You’ll Never Find A Heart That’s True
 
 
[Chorus]
 
                     A
The Other Side Of Midnight
                         D
Won’t Be Long Until The Dawn
            
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