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How Long Has This Been Going On  Ace



[Cm] [Bb] 4x's then on the 4th bt of the 4th Bb [Bm]
[Cm]How long [Bb]has this been [Ab]goin' on[Bb]
[Cm]How long [Bb]has this been [Ab]goin' on[Bb]
[Cm]friends with their fancy per[Bb]suasion Don't a
[Cm]dmit that it's part of a [Bb]scheme But I
[Cm]can't help but have my sus[Bb]picions 'Cause I
[Cm]ain't quite as dumb as I [Bb]seem And you
[Cm]said you was never in[Bb]tendin'To
[Cm]break up our singing this [Bb]way But there
[Cm]ain't any use in pre[Bb]tendin' It could
[Cm]happen to us any [Bb]day[Bm]
[Cm]How long [Bb]has this been [Ab]goin' on[Bb]
[Cm]How long [Bb]has this been [Ab]goin' on[Bb]
[Musical Interlude: 16 meas of Cm to Bb]
Oh, your friends with their fancy persuasion
Don't admit that it's part of a scheme
But I can't help but have my suspicion
'Cause I ain't quite as dumb as I seem
Oh, you said you was never intending
To break up our singing this way
But there ain't any use in pretendin'
It could happen to us any day

And how long has this been going on
How long has this been going on
How long

How long has this been going on
How long has this been going on
How long has this been going on
How long
How long has this been going on
been going on

How
long has this been going on

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Spyder95 (report)

Instead of "To break up our singing this way", I believe the lyrics are "To break up our scene in this way". We old folk used the word 'scene' frequently to refer to a relationship, back in the '70s!