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lady o  Turtles

Intro:(acoustic guitar 4X:)
 G          C/G
 v     v     v     v
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----0-------0h1----------
-------0--------0-----0--
----------0-0h2----0h2---
-------------------------
-3-----------------------

Verse 1:
[G5]While you sit and [D/F#]seek a crescent[Em] moon is [Gmaj7/D]laying
At  [C#dim]your feet[D/C]
With [G/B]hope that's made[Am7] of sand
  [G/B]you don't [Am7]think you can
But you [D7sus4/G] have held it all in your hands[D7/F#]

Verse 2 (strings enter):

I've been trying hard to keep from needing you
But from the start
My heart just rolled and flowed
I've seen where it goes
Still somehow my love for you grows, Lady-o

Bridge (chords are composite of guitar and string parts):
          So on my [A/G]heels  I'll grow [D/F#]wings                   
          Gonna [G/F]ride  silver [C/E]strings                               
          But I'll [D7sus4/G]see you in my holiest [D7/F#]dreams,
          Lady-o[G] [G/C]  [G]  [G/C]  (3: slow down; to tag)

(instrumental break w/piano and strings over verse 2 chords)

(repeat chorus)

(repeat verse 2)

(repeat chorus w/wordless vocals)

Tag:
	    (G)
          -------
          -0h1p0-
          -------
          -0h2p0-
          -------
          -----3-


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
[C#dim]x45353   [D/C]x30232                  
[G5]3x003x   [D/F#]2x0232   [Em]0x2000   [Gmaj7/D]xx0032
[G/B]x2003x   [Am7]x0201x
[D7sus4/G]3x021x   [D7/F#]2x021x


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A/G Am7 C#dim C/E D/C D/F# D7/F# D7sus4/G Em G G/B G/C G/F G5 Gmaj7/D
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