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As Tears Go By Chords

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As Tears Go By - The Rolling Stones

[Intro] 
 G    A7    C    D7

[Verse 1]
G           A7             C    D7
  It is the evening of the da - ay.
G           A7                 C     D7
  I sit and watch the children pla - ay.
C               D7         G     D       Em Em7
  Smiling faces I can see,   but not for me.
C                    Bm    C  D7
  I sit and watch as tears go by.

[Verse 2]
G           A7             C     D7
  My riches can't buy everythi - ing.
G           A7                   C    D7
  I want to hear to the children si - ing.
C            D7            G    D            Em            Em7
  All I here is the sound,   of rain falling on the ground.
C                    Bm    C  D7
  I sit and watch as tears go by.

[Break]  
G   A7   C   D7   G   A7   C   D7

C   D7   G D Em   C   Bm C D7

[Verse 3]
G           A7             C    D7
  It is the evening of the da - ay.
G           A7                 C     D7
  I sit and watch the children pla - ay.
C                D7          G      D         Em  Em7
  Doing things I used to do,   they think are new.
C                    Bm    C  D7
  I sit and watch as tears go by.

[Outro]  
G            A7          C        D7
Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmm      Hmm.
G             A7          C        D7    Am7 D7 G
Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmm Hmm      Hmm
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whatisthissorcery03 12 Jan 19, 2017 01:39 AM

Best version in my humble opinion. I believe that a Em7 chord would be a great transition between the Em and C chord after "but not for me" (Played with a finger on the second fret of the A string). Kudos for the great version!

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