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Neva Dinova - Brooklyn
From the self-titled album.

I don't know how to tab the singular notes yet, so I will give you just the chords. 


Verse Progression: D, G, Bm, A, G
Chorus: D, G 
Bridge: Bm, Fm#, G



      D                            G 
It's a song I wrote for no one and no one's gonna hear
          Bm              A               G
Cause I'd sooner die than sing it, there ain't nobody here
D                                G
Followed her from Brooklyn, from Brooklyn where she ran
         Bm               A          G
Breaking hearts, stealing cars, and smoking cigarettes
            D                               G
Well, she's pretty and she's skinny and she hasn't got a clue
             Bm            A              G
That I'd be staring at her coffee as the cup begins to cool
 
[Chorus]
D              G

[2nd time through chorus]
D              G
 

D                             G
Seen her on the subway, first time I ever did
     Bm                     A        G
So I followed her down the street to her apartment
      D                              G
And I sat there until morning just a staring at the door
    Bm              A               G
The air is cool but visions of her hair will keep me warm 
 
[Repeated hair will¦ is part of 1st time through chorus]
    D                           G
Her hair will keep me warm 

D                               G 
[2nd time through chorus]  
          D                              G
When she left I snuck across and stuck a note inside her box
           Bm                A              G
It read "my dear, you are so lovely and I'd really love to talk"
             D                               G
When she got home then she read and said "my god, what do you mean?"
        Bm           A           G 
I don't know, I just go where my heart leads me.
 
 [Playing the bridge with barred chords]

         Bm    Fm#   G
Where my heart leads me
              Bm    Fm#   G
Ooh, where my heart leads me


        D                             G
Well, I should'a known something when she called the police
     D                              G
And I should'a known something when she asked me to leave
      Bm             Fm#            G                G
But a man just can't give up on the girl he wants to keep
 
 
         Bm    Fm#   G
Where my heart leads me
              Bm    Fm#   G
Ooh, where my heart leads me.
 
Chorus
 
Verse x1 
 
Bm, A, G [End]
                  

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Tabbed by Desde,
NameTakenpunk@aol.com

Submitted by Andrew.

            
            
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Photogee 21 Jul 19, 2006 11:01 AM

sorry man...it just aint workin' for me...

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downthecreek 10 Jul 21, 2006 10:48 PM

yo bro, you if that ain't workin' then you ain't playin' "brooklyn".

and on a side-note: the song ends on ***D-Chord***

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downthecreek 10 Sep 16, 2006 05:45 PM

i did my best at the time. if i was wrong, i was wrong. i did not write the song. jake did...

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