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My Lady From South Of Detroit chords

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[Intro]

G

[Verse 1]

         G           Bm          Dm
There's a love that I dream of at night
        C           Bb          G       Gsus4 G
When I'm home by the fireside of thought
         G       Dm              C
After her all the rest don't seem right
          Am           C            G
You should feel all the goodness she brought

[Verse 2]

         G              Bm               Dm  Dm7
If you're wondering just to who she could be
      C         Bb          G    Gsus4 G
Well I promise I not say her name
      G            Dm             C
If you settled down here Alongside beach 
      Am             C         G       Gsus4 G
I will tell you cause I'm not ashamed

[Chorus]

        G                      D   Dsus4 D
She's my lady from south of Detroit 
                               G
And when that quite a few years ago
 C            Am7         G             Em
I remember her beauty, her taste and her charms
   Am          C                        G
Oh, how could I forget holding her in my arms
  G                      D   Dsus4 D
My lady from south of Detroit
                               G
And even though sometimes she's bad
      C           Bm             Am7          G
I'm so sorry she's gone, cause my memory lives on
         Am         C              G
She's the best lover I've ever had

[Instrumental]

G Bm Dm Dm7 C Bb G
G Dm C  Am  C G     x2
A Asus4 A Asus4  A

[Chorus]

        A                      E
She's my lady from south of Detroit
                            A
And we met quite a few years ago
 D            Bm7         A             F#m          
I remember her beauty, her taste and her charms
   Bm          D                        A
Oh, how could I forget holding her in my arms
  A                      E
My lady from south of Detroit
                               A   Asus4 A
And even though sometimes she's bad
      D           C#m            Bm7          A
I'm so sorry she's gone, cause my memory lives on
         Bm         D              A
She's the best lover I've ever had
       Bm         D         A
Oh, the best lover I've ever had
       Bm7  D                  A Asus4 A Asus4 A Asus4 A    
Oh, my lady, where are you now...

            
            
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