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Figure of Eight  Paul McCartney

Intro:(E G-F#m) x2
W[E]ell, you've got me dancing in a [A/E]figure of e[E]ight,
[E] don't know if I'm coming or going, I'm [A/E]early or l[E]ate.
R[B]ound and round the [C#m]ring I go, I want to kn[A]ow, [B]I want to know.
Why can't we travel a continuous line?
Make love realiable convenant all the time,
up and down the hills I go, I got to know, I got to know.
Is it b[A]etter to [B/A]love another than[G#m] go for a walk in the [C#m]dark?
Is it b[A]etter to love than to [B/A]give in to hate?[E]
Yeah, we'd b[A]etter take good [B/A]care of each other
avoid s[G#m]lipping back off the straight and [C#m]narrow,
it's b[A]etter by far than getting st[B]uck in a figure of eight.
Inter: like Intro.
Well, f[B]igure it out for y[A]ourself little girl,
it don't go nowhere at [E]all,
it's n[B]othing more than a tape l[A]oop in a b[B]ig dance hall.
You've got me dancing in a figure of eight,...
Is it better to love another...
You've got me running in a figure of eight,...
Is it better to love another...

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