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she came in through   Beatles










Jan 20 1996
                   She Came in Through the Bathroom Window
                              (Lennon/McCartney)
                                  The Beatles
                                Abbey Road (1969)


A                                   D
 She came in through the bathroom window
A                        D
 Protected by a silver spoon
A                                   D
 But now she sucks her thumb and wonders
                               A
By the banks of her own lagoon

                Dm      A
Didn't anybody tell her?
                Dm
Didn't anybody see?
  G7                         C  C/B
Sunday's on the phone to Monday
  G7                      C   A
Tuesday's on the phone to me

                               D     A
She said she'd always been a dancer
                               D    A
She worked in fifteen clubs a day
                                   D
And though she thought I knew the answer
                                  A
Well, I knew but I could not say


                             D       A
And so I quit the police department
                         D    A
And got myself a steady job
                                  D
And though she tried her best to help me
                                      A
She could steal but she could not rob


                Dm      A
Didn't anybody tell her?
                Dm
Didn't anybody see?
  G7                         C  C/B
Sunday's on the phone to Monday
  G7                      C      A
Tuesday's on the phone to me oh yea


transcribed by Chris Sears
cts@mail.utexas.edu










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