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She Darked The Sun ukulele

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Subject: c/clark_gene/she_darked_the_sun.crd
Date: Sun, 20 Jul 1997 21:56:53 GMT
From: rickl1@ix.netcom.com

Gene Clark      She Darked The Sun  written by Gene Clark
Doug Dillard

C                             F
It was not so long ago, maybe just a year or so
       C                         D      G
I was lonely and was looking for someone
          C                                F
went down south to New Orleans, still just searching for my dreams
           C                G7               C
and that's when I saw her, that's how it all begun.
         F                           C
F
She was there on that night said For you

I know I'm right.
        F                          D   G
I'll be with you, until my race is run
           C                     F
She walked into my life with her cold evil eyes
         C             G7                  C
With the length of her mind she darked the sun

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        C                              F
Well my memory tries to speak, but, oh Lord, I'm feeling weak
      C                               D     G
and I blame it on the fact that I was young.
         C                                   F
Though I ^?know it may sound strange, there is no way I can change
         C                  G             C
What my fate has picked out for me now is done.
         F                           C
F
She was there on that night said For you

I know I'm right.
        F                          D   G
I'll be with you, until my race is run
           C                     F
She walked into my life with her cold evil eyes
         C             G7                  C
With the length of her mind she darked the sun and
         C             G7                  C
With the length of her mind she darked the sun


>From The Fantastic Expedition Of Dillard & Clark
A & M Records 1968

            
            
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