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Summer breeze  Seals & Crofts



[E]  See the curtains [G]hanging in the window [D]  In the evening on a [A]Friday night[E] [Cmaj7]
[E]  A little light a [G]shinin' through the window [D]  Lets me know every[A]thing is all righ[E]t
CHORUS:
[Am]  Summer breeze, [Bm]makes me feel fine [Am]  Blowing through the jasmine in my [G]mind
[Am]  Summer breeze, [Bm]makes me feel fine [Am]  Blowing through the jasmine in my [G]mind
(intro bit played 4 times)

[E]  See the paper [G]laying on the sidewalk [D]  A little music from the [A]house next doo[E]r[Cmaj7]
[E]  So I walk on u[G]p to the doorstep [D]  Through the screen and a[A]cross the floo[E]r

Chorus

Bridge:
[Em]  Sweet days of [C]summer, the[Em] jasmines in [C]bloom
[Em]  July is [C]dressed up and [Em]playing her [C]tune.
  And I come [Am]home from a ha[Bm]rd days work
  And you're [Am]waiting there n[Bm]ot a care in the world

[E]  See the smile w[G]aitin in the kitchen [D]  Food cooking and [A]plates for two[E] [Cmaj7]
[E]  Feel the arms that [G]reach out to hold me [D]  In the evening when the [A]day is through[E]
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grodhi96792 (report)

In the "Chorus" while playing it you should add a Em and C between the 2nd and 3rd lines.

beepeewms (report)

For most "Em" chords, I think an "E" (E major) works better (maybe hitting a "CMaj7" rather than a "C" following the "E").