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A pretty simple song, only three chords.
Chord progression changes in the chorus, but then goes back to verse afterwards.

D:
E|--------------------------------------------|
B|---------2---------2----------2----------2--|
G|---1---------1----------1----------1--------| X2
D|------0---------0----------0----------0-----|
A|-0---------0---------0----------0-----------|
E|--------------------------------------------|

G:
E|---------------------------------------------|
B|---------0----------0----------0----------0--|
G|---0----------0----------0----------0--------|
D|------0----------0----------0----------0-----|
A|---------------------------------------------|
E|-3----------3----------3----------3----------|

A:
E|---------------------------------------------|
B|--------2-----------2----------2----------2--|
G|---2----------2----------2----------2--------|
D|------2----------2----------2----------2-----|
A|-0----------0----------0----------0----------|
E|---------------------------------------------|

Intro: D G A

Verse:
D
Come the evening of my days
                       G                A
The dark birds in the trees and in her garden
D
I think I'll be there somewhere too
                 G                   A
The yarrow by my head where I have fallen

And she will lick her thinner thumb
And ringless finger too and douse a candle
And though she never gave a thing
The way she said my name, we'll be together

Chorus:
G             A               G
When autumn comes, she'll be there
          A            G
Jasmine still in her hair
                A          D
Her tea leaves dry by the sea

Verse:
Many men behind her door
Have heard the bathtub run and longed to love her
And though she doesn't wait for me
We never ask the time when we're together
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