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Dimming Of The Day ukulele

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: Harlan L Thompson 

DIMMING OF THE DAY- Bonnie Raitt

F                                        G
This old house is falling down around my ears
F                 F           G
I'm drowning in a river of my tears
     F                                 G
When all my will is gone, you hold me sway
F                 F       G      F
I need you at the dimming of the day.

CHORUS:
G                                      D
You pull me like the moon pulls on the tide
G                                    D    G F F
You know just where I keep my better side-----

F                                   G
What days have come to keep us far apart?
F                 F           G
A broken promise or a broken heart
F                                        G
Now all the morning birds have wheeled away
F                 F       G      F
I need you at the dimming of the day

CHORUS 2:
G                                 D
Come the night you're only what I want
G                                 D      G F F
Come the night you could be my confidant-----

F                                 G
I see you on the street and in company
      F                F                   G
Why don't you come and ease your mind with me
F                                 G
I'm living for the night we steal away
F                 F       G      F
I need you at the dimming of the day
F                 F       G      F
I need you at the dimming of the day


NOTE:  This is actually orignially a Richard Thompson song,
but the Bonnie Raitt version has changed the key and
reordered some of the words.
(from Longing in Their Hearts, 1994)
(sent by Harlan at harlant@hawaii.edu)

            
            
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