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Abraham Martin And John  Dion



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[E]  Has anybody [B4]here[A] seen my [E]old friend Abraham,
Can [G#m]you tell me where [F#m]he's gone?
[A]  He [G#m]freed a lotta people, but it[F#m] seems the good [E]die young
[G#m]  But I just [F#m]looked around and he's [E]gone.
[E]  Has anybody [B4]here[A] seen my [E]old friend John,
Can [G#m]you tell me where [F#m]he's gone?
[A]  He [G#m]freed a lotta people, but it[F#m] seems the good die young
[G#m]  But I just [F#m]looked around and he's [E]gone.
[E]  Has anybody [B4]here[A] seen my [E]old friend Martin,
Can [G#m]you tell me where [F#m]he's gone?
[A]  He [G#m]freed a lotta people, but it[F#m] seems the good die young
[G#m]  But I just [F#m]looked around and he's [E]gone.
[A]  Didn't you [G#m]love the [F#m]things they [E]stood for?
[A]  Didn't they [G#m]try [F#m]to find [E]some good for you and me?
And we'll be free,

[A]  Some[G#m]day [F#m]soon it's gonna be one day.

Has [E]anybody [B4]here[A] seen my [E]old friend Bobby,
Can [G#m]you tell me where [F#m]he's gone?
[A]  I thought I [G#m]saw him walkin' up [F#m]over the [E]hill
[G#m]  With Abraham, [F#m]Martin and [E]John

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