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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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Song: LADY
Artist: England Dan & John Ford Coley
Chords by: Louie A. Ebojo
From: ebbskyz@yahoo.com


Drop D Tuning: Original key is E, use a capo on the 2nd Fret.

Note:   All chord shapes and tablature positions are relative to the capo.
        The chords are meant for finger picking playing.


Chords: DADGBE
D       000232
A       x02220
A7      x02020
A7(9)   x02000
A7/F#  4x2020
Em      222000
G       5x0033


Intro:  Em---
        D----


       D
Many highways I've been on
         A7             A7(9)
Since I went chasing a song,
       Em                 A7
And I left you standing alone
       A7/F#           D
In the soft  morning sunlight.


           D
Now it's summer just like it was then
                 A7             A7(9)
You were waving goodbye in the wind,
       Em                  A7   A7/F#
And I heard you ask if I intend 
          D
To ever settle down.


 G
Lady,
                                    D
Do you still seek the mysteries of life?
                                       A   A7
Or have you become some businessman's wife?
                             D   D7
And do you still long to be free?
 G
Lady,
                                            D
When you stare up at the stars out in the night
                                                   A   A7
Do you still think this old world could turn out right?
                     D
Do you ever think of me?



     D
The moon lit and danced on your hair
   A7                        A7(9)
We sat for some time on the stairs
    Em                               A7
And I'd give anything that we could share
      A7/F#     D
Those moments again.


           D
But, I'm surrounded by velvet and gold
        A7                    A7(9)
And strangers who offer their souls
          Em                      A7  
But, they all seem so hollow and cold
     A7/F#          D  D7
When I    remember you.



 G
Lady,
                                    D
Do you still seek the mysteries of life?
                                       A   A7
Or have you become some businessman's wife?
                             D   D7
And do you still long to be free?
 G
Lady,
                                            D
When you stare up at the stars out in the night
                                                   A   A7
Do you still think this old world could turn out right?
                     D
Do you ever think of me?

 A    A7 pause
Lady,
                     D---
Do you ever think of me?



Outro:  D-A7-A7(9)-
        Em-A7-A7/F#-D--(FADE)













            
            
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