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Capo on the 4th fret

Verse

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Chorus

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           Outro
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Am                      F      Am
 She was married to the Bosphorus
                                F      Am
 She threw her ring in then she blew a kiss
                     F     Am
 To the Ottomans and Byzantines
 Dm                Em
 Lying beneath the sea

 She wore a pink and yellow summer dress
 She kept her hair just like a poetess
 She traveled all the way to Germany
 The trains and the cold, dark sea

     Am                           G
 The amber glow of a morning cigarette
                 Em
 On the Istiklal Cadessi
     Am                             G
 The vapor trails and the tiny minerettes
                        Em     Am G Em
 All the domes in silhouette

            
            
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