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Mountains Of Love Chords

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Author
MOUNTAIN OF LOVE
songwriting credits unavailable
performed by Johnny Rivers
tab transcribed by Rodney Whittaker (based on previous version by Collins Crapo - 
corrected chorus) 

E / / / 2 / / / 3 / / / 4 / / /
Standin' on a mountain lookin' down on a city
The way I feel is a doggone pity
A
Teardrops fallin' from the mountainside
E
Many times I've been here, many times I've cried
  B7                  A
I used to be so happy when we were in love
E         B7          E
High on a mountain of love

Verse 2:
Night after night I've been standin' here alone
Weepin' my heart out out at the crack of dawn
Prayin' that you're lonely and you come here too
Hopin' just by chance that I'll get a trip to you
I hope I'm gonna find you somewhere in love
High on a mountain of love

Chorus:
A                 Abm
Mountain of love, mountain of love
A             Abm   F#m
You should be ashamed
    A            Abm
You used to be a mountain of love
    A             Abm        F#m
But you've just changed your name

Verse 3:
Way down below there's a half a million people
Somewhere there's a church with a big tall steeple
Inside a church there's an altar filled with flowers
Wedding bells are ringin' that should've been ours
That's why I'm so lonely, my dreams gone above
High on a mountain of love

(instrumental, same pattern as verses)

(repeat chorus)

(repeat verse 3, then repeat its last line and fade)
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scottsnellgrove 13 wrote on November 14 2014, 05:54 pm

SONG WRITER: HAROLD DORMAN, MEMPHIS, TN.

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