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Doctor My Eyes Chords

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DOCTOR MY EYES---- Jackson Browne

Capo on 1st fret, all chords are relative 

Open:   E/E bass,  D/E*, A/E , E
(Just thump on E bass note between single chord strums)

Doctor, my eyes have seen the years
             G#m                      C#m
And the slow parade of fears without crying
       A         E 
Now I want to understand   

I have done all that I could, to see the evil and the good
without hiding.  You must help me if you can

C#m               E
Doctor, my eyes, tell me what is wrong
        C#m                 B             A, E,  D/E, A/E, E
Was I unwise to leave them open for so long

'Cause I have wandered through this world
And as each moment has unfurled,  I've been waiting
to awaken from these dreams
People go just where there will,  I never noticed them until
I got this feeling, that it's later than it seems

C#m                E
Doctor, my eyes, tell me what you see
C#m                              B              D/E**, A,(E,D/E,A/E,E rept)
I hear their cries, just say if it's too late for me

Instrumental break

C#m              E
Doctor, my eyes cannot see the sky
C#m                           B                  A, E,D/E, /E, E 
Is this the prize for having learned how not to cry

*D/E. Played on an acoustic guitar, this sounds more like the
piano chord when the form is played from 2nd position and extended
over 3 frets.  Notes:  E, A. F#, A, D, F#

**End of refrain before instrumental is slightly different than others

Dave135@att.net   04/29/05
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zabbadabbadoo wrote on October 15 2007, 10:14 pm

a bit out of key.

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dandhjohn wrote on March 6 2011, 11:12 pm

Capo on the 1st Fret, it's right in key. Although it's actually easier to play without the Capo in the Key of F, all of the chords seem correct.

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bigcohen wrote on August 3 2013, 01:23 am

sounds right to me.

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