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the girl with no name   Byrds









Date: Mon, 17 Nov 1997 02:00:39 +0000 (GMT)

Subject: CRD:    The Girl With No Name    The Byrds     Chords/Lyrics

The Byrds   The Girl With No Name    written by  Chris Hillman


A                      G               D
One day she came along didn't know her name
A                     G                 E
My friends said to me watch out for the games
A                         G                   D
I didn't want to believe  all the things they said
F#m                 C#m              Bm          E
It Seemed to be the right time for a love affair instead
A                      G                 D
Walking down the beach kicking up up the sand
A                    G                    E
Thoughts so far away wondering where they'll land
A                         G                 D
We talked of things to do places  that we'd taste
F#m        C#m                    Bm              E                D

A one-way  love to share with the girl who had no name  who had no 
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name

SOLO

A                               G                     D
Then it came a time they said  when all the good went bad
A                         G              E
She walked into the night didn't make me sad
 A                         G            D
I felt my  friends advice echo thru my soul
F#m       C#m                    Bm             E             D       
A one-way love to share with the girl who had no name  had no
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name


  From the "Younger Than Yesterday"  LP Columbia Records 1967
  
  thanks to Roy J for the words







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