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One Evening  Feist

Intro: Cm Gm Cm Gm Cm Gm Fm Gm x2
[Cm]The e[Gm]vening was [Cm]long, my g[Gm]uesses were [Cm]true
You sa[Gm]w me [Fm]see y[Gm]ou
[Fm]That [Gm]something you [Fm]said, the t[Gm]iming was r[Fm]ight
The [Gm]pleasure was [Cm]mine
[Cm]The t[Gm]ime and the[Cm] place, the l[Gm]ook on your [Cm]face
[Gm]Sincerest of [Fm]eyes
[Fm]If you're [Gm]ready or n[Fm]ot, the [Gm]state of our [Fm]hearts
There[Gm]'s no time to [Cm]take
[Gm]When we [Eb]started [Ab]both brokenhearted
[Gm]Not be[Eb]lieving
[Ab]It could begin and [Fm]end in one [Bb]evening
[Cm] [Gm] [Cm] [Gm] [Cm] [Gm] [Fm] [Gm]  
[Fm] [Gm] [Fm] [Gm] [Fm] [Gm] [Cm]  
[Cm]We were c[Gm]aught by the [Cm]light
[Gm]Held on to the [Cm]day till i[Gm]t became [Fm]ours[Gm]
[Fm]The [Gm]minutes went [Fm]by, the [Gm]cab is out[Fm]side
[Gm]There's no [Cm]time to take[Gm]
When we [Eb]parted, [Ab]moving on
[Gm]And be[Eb]lieving [Ab]it could begin [Fm]and end in one e[Bb]vening
[Cm] [Gm] [Cm] [Gm] [Cm] [Gm] [Fm] [Gm]  
[Fm] [Gm] [Fm] [Gm] [Fm] [Gm] [Cm]  
[Gm]When we[Eb] started [Ab]both brokenhearted
[Gm]Not be[Eb]lieving
[Ab]It could begin and [Fm]end in one [Bb]evening
[Gm]When we [Eb]parted, [Ab]moving on
[Gm]And bel[Eb]ieving i[Ab]t could begin and [Fm]end in one [Bb]evening
Cm Gm Cm Gm Cm Gm Fm Gm Repeat and Fade

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drzeuss (report)

Much easier to play if you transpose down a semitone.