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When the Morning Comes  Hall & Oates

The classic opener to Abandoned Luncheonette.
Both Hall and Oates are playing acoustic guitars. This is my approximation of how
to play it on one guitar.
First, there's a fill that is played occasionally between verses (and in the
intro). Here's how I play it:
 
 e|------7-------5-------3-------|
 B|------8-------7-------3-------|
 G|------7-------7-------4-------|
 D|----------------------5-------|
 A|----------------------5-------|
 E|----------------------3-------|

INTRO:
[G] [D] [C] [G]  
G2 D2 C2 (fill)
[G]I went downtown to see milady
[D]she stood me up and I stood there waiting
[C]but it'll be all right when The Morning [G]Comes
[G]Now I'm up in the air with the rain in my hair
[D]I've got nowhere to go, I can go anywhere
C (fill)
and it'll be all right when the Morning Comes
[Am7]Just in passing, I'm not asking that you [Bm7]be anyone but you
[Am7]When you come home try to come home alone
[C]it's so much better with t[D]wo
Now I'm out in the cold and I'm getting old
standing here waiting on you
but it'll be all right when the Morning Comes
The rest of the song is played using these chords.
NOTES:
G2 (7(10)9787)
[D2] [(557775)]  
[C2] [(335553)]  

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