(E) Walking alone beneath the lights of that (A) miracle mile, he (E) and Mary making their way into the night (A) (E) you can hear the cries form the carnival rides the (A) pinball bills and the skiball slides (E) watching the summer sun fall out of sight (A) (B) theres a warm wind a coming in (A) from off of the ocean makin it's (E) way past the hotel walls to fill the streets (A) (E) Mary is holding both her (A) shoes in her hands she says she (E) likes to feel the (B) sand beneath her feet.
(E) and in the morning I'm leaving making (A) My way back to Cleaveland so (E) tonight I hope'd I would do just (A) fine and (E) I don't see how you could ever (A) be (E) any (B) thing but mine
(E) there's a local band playing at the sea (A) side pavilion and I've got (E) just enough cash to get us in (A) (E) and as we are dancing Mary's (A) wrapping her arms around me and I can (E) feel the sting of summer on my skin (A) (B) in the midst of the music I (A) tell her I love her we both (E) laugh cause we know it isn't (A) true oh.. but (E) Mary theres a summer drawing to (A) an end tonight, theres (E) so much that I (B) long to do to you (E)
I know the chords are right, and hope this helps, and I just hope I done this right.
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