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BROWN EYED GIRL Van Morrison  Undefined

[G]   Hey, where did [C]we go [G]    days when the [D]rain came
[G]   Down in  the ho[C]llow    [G]playing a [D]new game
[G]   Laughing, and a [C]running, hey, hey, [G] skipping and a [D]jumping
[G]   in the misty [C]morning fog, [G]with our  hearts a [D]thumpin'
[C]   and you, [D] my brown eyed [G]girl [Em]
[C]   You,     my[D] brown eyed [G]girl [D]

[G]   Whatever [C]happened to [G]Tuesday and so [D]slow
[G]   Going down to the old [C]mine, with a [G]transistor [D]radio
[G]   Standing in the [C]sunlight laughing, [G]hiding behind a r[D]ainbow's wall
[G]   Slipping and a [C]sliding, [G]all along the [D]waterfall
[C]   With you,[D] my brown eyed [G]girl[Em]
[C]   You, my [D]brown eyed [G]girl
[D]Do you remember when we used to sing
[G]Sha la la [C]la la la la[G] la la la la [D]te da   Just like that
[G]Sha la la [C]la la la la[G] la la la la [D]te da  la t[G]e da

[G]So hard to [C]find my way, [G]now that I'm [D]all on my own  
[G]I saw you just the [C]other day, [G]my how [D]you have grown
[G]Cast my memory [C]back there Lord, [G]sometimes I'm [D]overcome thinkin' 'bout it
[G]Laughing, and a [C]running, hey, hey, [G]behind the stadium[D]
[C]With you, [D]my brown eyed [G]girl[Em]
[C]You, [D]my brown eyed [G]girl


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geekmomba (report)

No transpose.

geekmomba (report)

No Transpose


mikep (report)

Reckon the D7 should be D major. Sounds better to me anyways

rimracker (report)

"So hard to find my way" starts the 3rd verse

Millylower (report)

the first verse is abit strange