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Mandarin Oranges chords

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Tom Russell - Mandarin Oranges


[Intro]
C  G/B  Am   G  C  G/B  Am   G

[Verse 1]
     C        G/B      Am                     Dm
At a table in Juarez a woman named Dolores is drinking
          G                                                C
I see the tear in her eye and I like to pretend what she's thinking
      F                        Am                     G
She's dreaming of Goimar and a cottage for two by the sea
    Dm                   G                  C   G/B  Am  G
And mandarin oranges and Mexican lemongrass tea


[Verse 2]
  C         G/B   Am                    Dm
I married Dolores twenty-one years ago, Sunday
      G                                       C
And Dolores she left me twenty-one years ago, Monday
    F                           Am                         G
I remember the laughter and the last midnight feast by the sea
   Dm                   G                  C   Dm
Of mandarin oranges and Mexican lemongrass tea


[Bridge]
      F                      Am                            G
And I think of her often, my friends ask what she means to me
       Dm                   G                  C   G/B  Am  G
I say, mandarin oranges and Mexican lemongrass tea


[Interlude]
C  G/B  Am   G  C  G/B  Am   G  C  G/B  Am   G


[Verse 3]
C            G/B       Am                      Dm
Back here in Juarez, I work at my job, waiting tables
      G                                                  C
And I long to go speak to her, somehow I don't think I'm able
     F                         Am                       G
But afraid she will know me as I ask her, what shall it be
            Dm                   G                  C   Dm
She smiles, mandarin oranges and Mexican lemongrass tea


[Bridge]
            F                      Am                     G
We should return to Goimar and the cottage for two by the sea
        Dm                   G                  C 
And the mandarin oranges and Mexican lemongrass tea


[Outro]
C  G/B  Am   G  C  G/B  Am   G  C  G/B  Am   C

            
            
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