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concrete and clay   Unit Four Plus Two

Two versions of this battled it out on the US charts: one by the composer,
Eddie Rambeau, and a cover by the Unit 4+2.  This transcription is of the
latter, which was probably recorded in C and sped up to Db for the single.

                          "Concrete And Clay"
                            (Eddie Rambeau)


	cowbell and finger cymbal [4 bars]

	/ / / /   / / / /   / / / /   / / / /

Verse 1:

	You to me
	Are sweet as roses in the morning
	And you to me
	              C             F
	Are soft as summer rain at dawn in love we share
	That something rare


	The sidewalks in the street
	     G7                               C
	The concrete and the clay beneath my feet
	Begins to crumble
	     F              G7
	But love will never die
	                C               Am/E
	Because we'll see the mountains tumble
	   F              G7
	Before we say goodbye

	My love and I will be
	    E        G7/D
	In love eternally
	That's the way
	Mmm, that's the way it's meant to be

Verse 2:

	All around
	I see the purple shades of evening
	And on the ground
	The shadows fall and once again you're in my arms
	So tenderly

[repeat chorus]

Instrumental break:

	(acoustic guitar solo over verse chords)

[repeat chorus]


	And that's the way
	That's the way it's meant to be

	That's the way
	(that's the way it's meant to be)
	Whoa, that's the way
	That's the way it's meant to be   [fade]

-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers

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