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Toby Lightman - My Sweet Song Chords

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My Sweet Song Chords

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Toby Lightman
E
A
It's been a long time
C#7m        Bm    E         Am7
What'd you come around here for?

               E
'Cos that old love is gone
          A
And I've since carried on
  C#7m         Bm   E        Am7  Bb°
Thought I was rid of you for sure
       E     Abm   C#m
Oh my sweet sweet song
F#7m                Bb7      E     ( Bb7 )
You don't sound so sweet no more

              E
Please don't sing to me
A
'Cos it hurts me to hear
    C#7m            Bm     E   Am7  Bb°
The melody that was good to me before
       E     Abm   C#m
Oh my sweet sweet song
F#7m                Bb7      E    ( E7 )
You don't sound so sweet no more

        A
Oh you said love, was forever
         E/G#
And you told me, love would never
          F#m           Bb7              E E7
Break my heart, and I believed you as I fell
                A
But that's all over, let it go you're
        Ab7           C#7m
Just a song I used to know
           F#7
And your fantasy, it don't work for me
        Bb7
Go and pick on someone else

(solo over verse)

        A
Oh you said love, was forever
         E/G#
And you told me, love would never
          F#m           Bb7              E E7
Break my heart, and I believed you as I fell
                A
But that's all over, let it go you're
        Ab7            C#7m
Just a song I used to know
          F#7
And your fantasy, it don't work for me
        Bb7
Go and pick on someone else

          E
My sweet song
             A
I guess I'm stuck with ya
     C#7m                    Bm7  E7   Am7    Bb°
And some day, I'll find the love I'm lookin' for

        E     Abm   C#m
And my sweet sweet song
F#7m         Bb7        C#m  C##5
Won't sad so sad no more
    E     Abm   C#m
My sweet sweet song
F#7m          Bb7
I guess I'll always be yours 
            
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