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Darlin Be Home Soon  Lovin' Spoonful



Verse 1:

        C[G]ome and t[C]alk of all the things we did tod[G]ay
        Here and la[C]ugh about our funny little w[G]ays
        while we h[C]ave[C/B] a few [Am7]minutes to br[G]eathe
        and I [C]know [C/B]that it's [Am7]time you must le[G]ave

Chorus:

Csus4 (x3302x) C
But darling be home soon
        I [Csus4]couldn't bear to w[C]ait an extra m[G]inute if you dawdled
        My [Csus4]darling be home [C]soon
        It's [Csus4]not just these few [C]hours but I've been [G]waiting since I toddled
        For the gr[C]eat re[C/B]lief of h[Am]aving [D7]you to t[G]alk to

Verse 2:

        And [G]now   a q[C]uarter of my life is almost p[G]assed
        I [C]think I've come to see myself at [G]last
        and I [C]see [C/B]that the t[Am]ime spent confu[G]sed
        was the t[C]ime [C/B]that I s[Am]pent without y[G]ou
        And I f[C]eel  [C/B]myse[Am]lf [Am/G] in  b[D7]loom

(repeat chorus)

(instrumental break (chords as per verse 3, below))

(repeat chorus)

Verse 3:

        [G]Go and [C]beat your crazy head against the [G]sky
        try and [C]see beyond the houses and your [G]eyes
        It's [C]ok [C/B]to  s[Am]hoot[Am7/G] the m[D7]oon

(repeat chorus, last line w/solo acoustic guitar)


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers

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Am Am7 Am7/G C C/B Csus4 D7 G
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christopaul (report)

I love Slade's version of this song. It's on Slade Alive. (Slade before they went too soft)

christopaul (report)

I preffer a Am after the C in the first line.