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You Can Close Your Eyes  James Taylor


[D]   [G]   [Asus4]   [A7], [D]   [G]   [Asus4]
[A]Well the [D]sun is surely [G]sin-[D]kin' d[A]own
And the m[Em]oon is s[Bm]lowly r[A]is[G]-in'  [Em]   [A7sus4]
So t[D]his old world must s[G]till be s[D]pinnin' r[A]ound
And [Em]I  s[Bm]till l[A]ove y[D]ou  [G] [D/E] [A] [D]

So c[G]lose y[Em7]our [Asus4]eye[A7]s
[C]You can close your e[G]yes, it's all r[Bm]ight
[Em]I don't know no l[Asus4]ove song[A7]s
And [C]I can't sing the [G]blues any [Bm]more
But [Em]I can [D/F#]sing this [G]song
And [Em]you can [D/F#]sing this [G]song [A]when I'm [Bm]gone.
[Em7] [F#m7] [G] [Em7] [A7sus4] [A]
It [D]won't be long be[G]fore a[D]nother da[A]y
[Em]We gonna [Bm]have a [A]good ti[G]me [Em]   [A7sus4]
And [D]no one's gonna [G]take that [D]time a[A]way
[Em]You can [Bm]stay as [A]long as you [D]like.   [G] [D/E]  [A]  [D]
(Chorus)
So c[G]lose y[Em7]our [Asus4]eye[A7]s
[C]You can close your e[G]yes, it's all r[Bm]ight
[Em]I don't know no l[Asus4]ove song[A7]s
And [C]I can't sing the [G]blues any [Bm]more
But [Em]I can [D/F#]sing this [G]song
And [Em]you can [D/F#]sing this [G]song [A]when I'm [Bm]gone.
[Em7] [F#m7] [G] [Em7] [A7sus4] [A]


Ending:
[D] [G] [A7sus4], [D] [G] [Em7] [A7] [D]  

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A A7 A7sus4 Asus4 Bm C D D/E D/F# Em Em7 F#m7 G
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seanlabas (report)

capo 1

kithera (report)

The F# can also be played as a D, if you can't play bar chords. It sounds nearly the same and is so much easier.