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Tear Drop City Tabs

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                "Tear Drop City"
                       (Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart)

Intro:

	(Ab)                        [N.C.]
	 v   v   v   v     v   v   v   v
	-----------------|-----------------
	-----------------|-----------------
	-----------------|-----------------
	---6-46-46-46----|---6-46-6--------
	----6-----6------|----6--6---------
	-4-----4-----4---|-4-------4-------

Verse 1:

	         Ab7
	About as low as I felt in a long time
	And I know that I did a-wrong at the wrong time
	              Db                 Eb
	It's plain to see, she's down on me
	       Ab7
	And I know she'll feel that way for a long time

	[1: repeat last bar of intro]

Verse 2:

	I was high on top but I didn't know it (tear drop city)
	Tell me, why did I have to go and blow it (tear drop city)
	I used my lines   too many times
	And now I've got a badly hurt heart to show it (tear drop city)

Bridge:

	 E
	Took me too long to discover
	How much I really love her
	                            Gb
	How'd I ever end up in this bag
	    [1: Eb  2: (Gb)]  [N.C.]
	What a drag

Verse 3:

	There she goes looking for greener clover (tear drop city)
	No one knows what it's like 'til it's over (tear drop city)
	Without a doubt, I just found out
	And I suppose I never did get to know her (tear drop city)
	 Db                            [N.C.]
	Tear drop city, tear drop city

[repeat intro]

[repeat bridge]

Coda [repeat to fade]:

	 B7
	About as low as I felt in a long time (tear drop city)


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
            
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