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Monkees - It's Not Too Late Chords

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It's Not Too Late Chords

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Sent:   Tuesday, December 30, 1997 10:38 AM


This song is actually played in F, but it's a lot easier if you play it in
G.  I got the lyrics out of the JUSTUS CD.

Intro:  G-D-Em-C-G-D-G  (2x)

Vs. 1:

G            D
  If I had a penny
Em                          C
  For every time that I thought about you
G               D      G
I would be a millionaire.
G                       D
  I would send you flowers each day
Em                            C
  And I would show you in every way
G                  D       G
Just how much I really care.

Vs 2:
The summer sin, and the winter snow
The autumn leaves and the spring rains know
Just how much I need your love
And if I knew that my time was near and you were there
I would have no fear
Your name would be my dying prayer.

                G        C                  D
It's not too late to turn this ship around
    G       D      Em            C              D
To sail into the wind my love before we run aground
                G        C                 D
It's not too late to say that I love you
          G         D         Em                C                 D
And it's not too late for you my love to say you love me too
It's not too late.

Vs. 3:
If I was a rich man's son
I would work till the day was done
Just to prove my love was true
I would take you for my wife
And I would love you all my life
I would never leave or be untrue.


Vs 4:
You know our future and your feelings
And the love that I have for you
They're always on my heart and on my mind
A neverending love affair
We'd go together everywhere
Our love will last until the end of time

(repeat Vs. 4)
(Chorus 2x)

And then I'm not sure of the ending chords, stupid me.  But the words go:

It's not too late
It's not too late
It's not too late, to turn this ship around.
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