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


From KrisNDave@aol.com Sun May  4 10:08:59 1997
Date: Sat, 19 Apr 1997 18:12:04 -0400 (EDT)
From: KrisNDave@aol.com
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: Chicago by Graham Nash


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

-##


Chicago
by Graham Nash

Am
So Your Brother's Bound And Gagged
Am
And They've Chained Him To A Chair
                    G			  	    Am
Won't You Please Come To Chicago Just To Sing
Am
In A Land That's Known As Freedom How Can Such A Thing Be Fair
		G				    Am
Won't You Please Come To Chicago For The Help That We Can Bring
             G         F          Em        G       F       Em
We Can Change The World Rearrange The World
      D                       Am
It's Dying - To Get Better
Am
Politicians Sit Yourselves Down, There's Nothing For You Here
                  G				Am
Won't You Please Come To Chicago For A Ride
Am
Don't Ask Jack To Help You `Cause He'll Turn The Other Ear
                   G				    Am
Won't You Please Come To Chicago Or Else Join The Other Side
               G         F        Em        G       F       Em
We Can Change The World Rearrange The World
      D
It's Dying - If You Believe In Justice
D
Dying - And If You Believe In Freedom
D
Dying - Let A Man Live His Own Life
D					    G                   F
Dying - Rules And Regulations, Who Needs Them Open Up The Door
Am
Somehow People Must Be Free I Hope The Day Comes Soon
                   G			 	 Am
Won't You Please Come To Chicago Show Your Face
Am
>From The Bottom Of The Ocean To The Mountains Of The Moon
                  G				     Am
Won't You Please Come To Chicago No One Else Can Take Your Place
               G         F        Em        G       F       Em
We Can Change The World Rearrange The World
      D
It's Dying - If You Believe In Justice
D
Dying - And If You Believe In Freedom
D
Dying - Let A Man Live His Own Life
D					    G                   F
Dying - Rules And Regulations, Who Needs Them Open Up The Door


from "Songs For Beginners", "Four-Way Street" and "CSN Boxed Set"

Submitted by David L'Heureux
Burlington, NC, USA
KrisNDave@aol.com

            
            
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