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People Are Strange  Doors

  [Em]People are strange  W[Am]hen your a [Em]Stranger  [Am]Faces look [Em]ugly w[B]hen your [Em]alone
Women Seem Wicked When your unwanted Streets are uneven when you are
  [Em]When Your strange    [G]Faces come out in the rain [B]   When Your strang[B]e
  [G]Nobody remembers your name [B]  When your strange When your strange
When your strange........
(Start Over again, repeat)

             Start off with ---------   Then strum down the chords and
                            ---------    then backup.

If this doesn't help let me know, and when I get time I'll
tab her out for you. You should be able to work it out with the chords.


Date: Mon, 17 Jul 1995 11:43:11 -0400 (EDT)
From: Douglas French
Subject: people_are_strange.crd

People Are Strange
Words and music by The Doors

time: 4/4
key: F minor

[Fm]People are strange       [Bbm]when  you're  a  str[Fm]anger,
[Bbm]Faces look ug[Fm]ly          [Bbm6]when you're [C7]a - l[Fm]one.
[Fm]Women seem wicked        [Bbm]when  you're  un -  [Fm]wanted,
[Bbm]Streets are u[Fm]neven       [C7]   when you're down, when you're

[C]strange.                 [Ab]Faces come out of [Bbm7]the    [C7]rain    [C7]   when you're
[C7]strange.                 [Ab]No one remembers  [Bbm7]your   [C7]name       when you're
[C7]strange      when you're [C7]strange      when you're [C7]strange [C7]...
Douglas French



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