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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
#

Date: 10/30/96; 12:02:17 AM
From: Darragh Egan 
Subject: Waiting For You.CRD by Rachel Matkin

              RACHEL MATKIN  --  WAITING FOR YOU

>From the CD, "Living Beyond Our Dreams"
- Cross Country Records (1995) / MCA (1996)


INTRO:        |C   |Am  |F   |F          |C   |Am  |F   |F
[slow rhythm  |\ \ |\ \ |\ \ |\-\/-/\/   |\ \ |\ \ |\ \ |\-\/-/\/  ]

C           F                     C          C
Boy, it's a long road you've been travelling;
C        F                  G          G
Miles of blacktop, years of blues.
C                 F                 C-Em7     Am
It's a hard, hard rain that's never ending;
              F                       Em                G       G
You've got to have a little faith and love will come to you.


           Am                            F                     C       C
I've got a feeling someone's waiting for you at the end of the rainbow
     Am               F                 G        G
With open arms, and a love she needs to share.
C                           G                     Am   -  Em7     F    F
Shackled by the chains of a broken heart, tell me can you set her free?
           F       -        Em         F              F        C C F F
I've got a feeling that the girl who's waiting for you....  is me.


Let's bare our hearts and share our secrets;
Together we'll laugh, together we'll cry.
But there's just one thing you need to believe in;
True love is there for you on down the line.


           Am                            F                     C       C
I've got a feeling someone's waiting for you at the end of the rainbow
     Am               F                 G        G
With open arms, and a love she needs to share.
C                           G                     Am   -  Em7     F    F
Shackled by the chains of a broken heart, tell me can you set her free?
           F       -        Em         F              F
I've got a feeling that the girl who's waiting for you...
   |Am   |F   |C   |C       |Am   |F   |G   |G
Is me.
C                           G                     Am   -  Em7     F    F
Shackled by the chains of a broken heart, tell me can you set her free?
           F       -        Em         F              F       C     C
I've got a feeling that the girl who's waiting for you...  is me.
           F       -        Em         F              F    F\[stop]
I've got a feeling that the girl who's waiting for you.......
   |C   |C   |F   |F\ G\/ |C\[stop]
Is me.

In most cases, each chord letter represents a full measure.  Two chord
letters connected by a hyphen "-" share a measure.  In some cases I have
added "|" to represent the start of a measure for increased clarity.  Most
measures have only two downstrums - the overall rhythm of the song is
essentially the same as what I have indicated in the intro (where "\"
represents a downstrum and "/" represents an upstrum).

Any questions or corrections can be sent to 

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