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Saturday Sun Chords

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C  G/B  Am  C/G  F#dim6  G  C  G

C        G/B  Am                C/G                
Saturday sun   came early one morning
F#dim6  G              C   G
In a sky so clear and blue
C        G/B  Am                C/G
Saturday sun     came without warning
F#dim6 G               C   G
So no-one knew what to do
C        G/B  Am                C/G  
Saturday sun   brought people and faces
F#dim6            G             C   G
That didn't seem much in their day

C        G/B      Am                  C/G                
But when I remember those people and places
F#dim6              G               C   C7
They were really too good in their way
          F           F#dim6
In their way, in their way
C         A7  Dm7                G      C    C7  F  G
Saturday sun     won't come and see me today

C          G/B    Am                C/G                
Think about stories with reason and rhyme
F#dim6     G            C   G
Circling through your brain
C             G/B    Am                  C/G
And think about people in their season and time
F#dim6      G         C   C7
Returning again and again

      F        F#dim6
And again, and again
   C           A7  Dm7       G             C    C7  
And Saturday's sun has turned to Sunday's rain
F        F#dim6         C       A7
So Sunday sat in the Saturday sun
Dm7             G       F   C9
And wept for a day gone by 
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irodriguez61295 10 Jan 14, 2017 09:28 PM

the f#m6 is a f#dim6, and it's a G/C in the bars that follow, otherwise perfect
thnks m8

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