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Solitaire ukulele

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Solitaire by Carpenters

.....JLV.......

Intro: D

D
There was a man
E9
A lonely man
A7                                 Dsus D   
Who lost his love through his indiff'rence
D
A heart that cared
  E9
 that went unshared
A7               D
Until it died within
           A7sus A7
 his silence

Refrain 1
        D                         D F#m
And Solitaire's the only game in town
    Bm
And every road that takes him,
            Bm Bm7
 takes him down
   Em7
While life goes on around him
         A7(pause)
   everywhere
                  Dsus D
Just playing solitaire

          (Same chords)Refrain 1
Refrain 2
And keeping to himself,
 begins to deal
And still the king of hearts
 is well-concealed
Anothere losing game comes
 to an end
And deals them out again

D
A little hope
E9
Goes up in smoke
A7
Just how it goes,
              Dsus D
 goes w/o saying


D
There was a man
E9
A lonely man
A7
Who would command the 
       D       A7sus A7
 hand he's playing.



EnjoY")

            
            
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