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Echo Park chords

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One of the things I love about this song is the great descending bass line (a la 
"Whiter Shade of Pale"
Penny Lane", "Piano Man", "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" and a million other songs).

                                       Echo Park
                                    (Buzz Ckifford)

Intro C  C/B

C/A      C/G
It's the morning
             F   F/E             F/D           F/C
Soon, he'll rise     finds the glasses for his eyes 
G7                        
Aren't what they used to be 
               C     C/B           C/A   C/G
Picks up the clothes He's worn so long 
         F    F/E          F/D          F/E
On the bureau    sits the picture of a lady 
        Dm7/G
And the mural of a man 
             G7            Dm7/G  G7  C
Who've been gone for many years 

(CHORUS)
 C                          F 
The old man walks in Echo Park 
Dm/G
From bench to bench he moves 
        C
From morning til dark 
                              F
For the ducks some bread he brings 
Dm/G
Wonder if he'll feed them 
  F               C    F   C   Dm/G   G7
This time next spring 
         
Listening to the children play 
Reminds him of the days 
Many years ago 

Thoughts of a child 
That he helped grow 
And memory of a letter 
Saying, dear Sir 
We regret to inform you 
Your son will not be coming home 

(CHORUS) 
 Cm                         Dm7/G
Old man, tell me are there fears 
G7                       Cm
Do you measure life in years 
F7                       Dm7/G       G7   
Or is one day all you'll ever know 
             Dm7/G
I've got to know
Oh, oh, oh... 

C                          F
The old man walks in Echo Park 
Dm       
From bench to bench he moves 
                  C
From morning til dark 

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