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She Left On A Monday chords

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Fmaj7 133210	Bbadd9 x13311
Fmaj7/E 033210	Cadd9 x35533
Dm xx0231	Am7 x02010
Dm9 xx0210	C x32010
Dm9/C x3x210	Dm/C x3x231
		C7 x32310

[Begin softly, and build to a slow crescendo throughout]

	      Fmaj7
She left on a Monday,

	  Fmaj7/E Dm		Dm9
She's a siren      down the road

	Dm9/C	   Bbadd9 
In your herringbone overcoat

		   Cadd9
That you don't expect to get back

	   Fmaj7
And it's an ordinary sky

            Fmaj7/E Dm		Dm9
Today's like any    other day

     Dm9/C  Bbadd9	
When all of  the aeroplanes

		Cadd9
Write her name in the clouds

  Fmaj7
And nothing's wrong

           Fmaj7/E  Dm	   Dm9	
But it's already    Sunday

	Dm9/C       Bbadd9
And you know just how Sunday

			  Cadd9	
Was the day that she would come around


Dm	  Am7        Bbadd9
  Go to her, foolish man

		  Cadd9
What's the use of having pride if you don't have her?

Dm	    Am7          Bbadd9 
  She'll endure all she can

			C (let ring)
But you could make this ease your own hurt

           Fmaj7	
It's all like sinking

	Fmaj7/E  Dm
You're trying     to stay afloat

	Dm/C	  Bbadd9	
Like a wind-blown paper boat

	    Cadd9
Over uncharted seas

	Fmaj7
There's no question why

	Fmaj7/E  Dm			Dm9
You're driving    to kill some time

  Dm9/C	Bbadd9	
Racing   the powerlines

      Cadd9 
Back into town

Dm	  Am7        Bbadd9
  Go to her, foolish man

		  Cadd9
What's the use of having pride if you don't have her?

Dm	    Am7          Bbadd9 
  She'll endure all she can

			C7
But you could make this ease your own hurt

Dm	  Am7        Bbadd9
  Go to her, foolish man

		  C7
What's the use of having pride if you don't have her?

Dm	    Am7          Bbadd9 
  She'll endure all she can

			C 
But you could make this ease your own hurt

	  C
Make this ease your own hurt

	  C
Make this ease your own hurt

	  C
Make this ease your own hurt

            
            
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