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Susan  Buckinghams

##song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. ##Subject: ./b/buckinghams/susan.crd#                    "Susan" (Holvay/Beisbier/Guercio)#Piano intro:        [C]        [Dm]        [Em]     [F/G]     [G]                                      verse 1:


        [C]Susan,[Dm7/C]    looks like I am [C]losin'
        I'm losin' my [Am]mind  (losin' my m[Fm6]ind)
        I'm wastin' my t[C]ime
Dm7 G7 (after first verse only)
verse 2:
Susan do you have to be confusin'
I ask myself why you're sayin' goodbye
chorus:
        [Dm]No other [G#dim]girl could ever [Em]take the place of[E7/G#] you
        [Am]Though you're hurtin' me
        [D7]You know I'll always be t[Dm]hinkin' of you
        [Dm7/G]Girl I always love [G7]you
(repeat verse 2 instrumentally)
(repeat chorus)
(freak-out section)
(Editor's note: when I heard them live, they extended the
freak-out section for a couple minutes, stepped up to the mic,
and executed the acappella section in *perfect* four-part
harmony without *any* pitch reference! And no, it wasn't taped,
either; this was 1968...)
acappella break:
Love love love love...
I love you, yes I do, I do (2x)
outro:
        [C]Susan [Dm7/C]    I lo[C]ve you [Dm7/C]           (repeat to fade)

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Am C D7 Dm Dm7/C Dm7/G E7/G# Em F/G Fm6 G G#dim G7

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