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It Makes No Difference  The Band



[D] It makes no diff'rence[Amaj7] where I turn
[F#m] I can't get [F#m7]over you and the [Bm7]flame still burns
[D] It makes no diff'rence [Amaj7]night or day
[F#m] The shadow [F#m7]never seems to [Bm7]fade away [E]
And the [A]sun [F#m] don't [D]shine [E] any[A]more [D] [A]
And the [A]rains [F#m] fall [D]down [E] on my [A]doo[D]r [A]
[A]Now there's no love
[Em7]As true as the love
[D]That dies untold [B7]
And the [A]clouds [F#m] never hung so [D]low [E] be[A]fore [D] [A]
[D] It makes no diff'rence[Amaj7] how far I go
[F#m]Like a scar [F#m7] the hurt will [Bm7]always show
[D] It makes no diff'rence [Amaj7]who I meet
[F#m] They're just a [F#m7] face in the crowd
On a [Bm7]dead-end street [E]
And the [A]sun [F#m] don't [D]shine [E] any[A]more [D] [A]
And the [A]rains [F#m] fall [D]down [E] on my [A]doo[D]r [A]
[A]These old love letters
[Em7]Well, I just can't keep
[D]'Cause like the gambler says
[B7]Read 'em and weep
And the [A]dawn [F#m] don't rescue [D]me [E] no [A]more [D] [A]
[E] Without your love [C#m] I'm nothing at all
[D] Like an empty hall it's a [B7]lonely fall
[E] Since you've gone [C#m] it's a losing battle
[D] Stampeding cattle, they [B7]rattle the walls [E]
And the [A]sun [F#m] don't [D]shine [E] any[A]more [D] [A]
And the [A]rains [F#m] fall [D]down [E] on my [A]doo[D]r [A]
[A]Well, I love you so much
[Em7]It's all I can do
[D]Just to keep myself from [B7]telling you
That I [A]never [F#m] felt so a[D]lone [E] be[A]fore [D] [A]

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A Amaj7 B7 Bm7 C#m D E Em7 F#m F#m7
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