Looking Glass The Association
[E]You say that you're gonna [Abm7]go...[B]I [G]suppose you
know what's [Dbm]best for [Abm]you.
So [E]go, run with the [Abm]wind, [B]taste the [G]sun, feel
the [Gbm]splendor of the [B]world.
I [Bm]know you'll leave, but come [G]home to me at your
[E]journey's end, I'll be [Gb]here.
I'll be [G]near anytime you [C]need me, [Am7]need me, I'll
be [Bm]here.[C] [B]
[Abm7]So, [E]go, play in jeweled [Abm7]cities, play with [G]pretties,
tie [Gbm]ribbons [B]in your [E]hair.
[E]And if you find the [Abm7]looking glass, [Gb]please [G]stay and
ask the other [Gbm]side..[Gb]who's that [Bm]standing there, who's
that [G]standing there, [E]what's her [Gb]name?
Does she [Bm]still wear [G]morning in her hair and [E]smile the
[Gb] [G] [C] [Am7] [Em7] [B] [C] [B]
same, the same... ahhhh-ahhhh-ah--ah-ahhhh-aahhh.
INTERLUDE: E Abm7 G Gb..B E Abm7 B G Gb..
[B]Who's that [Bm]standing there, who's that [G]standing there,
[E]what's her [Gb]name?
[Gb]Does she still [Bm]wear morn[A]ing [G]in her hair and [E]smile the
[Gb]same, the [G]same..[Am7]ahhhh-ahhhh-[B]ah-[C]ah-[B]ahhhh.