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To Sir With Love chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
  For some reason, everyone is tonedeaf. The song is obviously played in the key
of A, I have posted it up here.

    A                        B
     Those school girl days
                D                          A
     of telling tales and biting nails are gone
   A                B
     But in my mind
                 D                         A
     I know they will, will still live on and on

     G#m                 C#m
         But how do you thank someone
                 G#m                        C#m
         who has taken you from crayons to perfume
       B          E             B      F#
         It isn't easy but I'll try....

            B
     If you wanted the sky
         D                       B
     I'd write across the sky in letters
                D                    B
     that would soar a thousand feet high
        E         F#   
     To Sir, With Love


     A                     B
        The time has come
                 D                             A
     for closing books and long last looks must end
     A               B
     And as I leave
                 D                     A
     I know that I am leaving my best friend

     G#m                        C#m
        A friend who taught me right from wrong
            G#m                              C#m
        and weak from strong, that's a lot to learn
        B                E             B       F#
        What! what can I give you in return

            B
     If you wanted the moon
     D                               B
     I would try to make a start But I
           D                         B
     would rather you let me give my heart
        E         F#      
     To Sir, With Love

     A                        B
        Those awkward years
                    D                     A
        have hurried by why did they fly away
     A                 B
        Why is it Sir
                      D                    A
        children grow up to be people some day

     G#m                          C#m
        What takes the place of climbing trees
             G#m                         C#m
        and dirty knees in the world outside
     B                E             B     F#
        What is there for you I can buy

            B
     If you wanted the world
            D                        B
     I'd surround it with a wall I'd scrawl
           D                           B
     These words with letters ten feet tall
        E         F#      
     To Sir, With Love

            
            
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prirox 84 Sep 06, 2008 11:27 PM

thank u so much!!! someone finally posted a version tht goes with the song!!!!!!!!! this is excellent....

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iluvpingu 10 Oct 13, 2008 09:57 PM

cheers man, such a brilliant song.

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darwinblue 21 Dec 04, 2008 02:41 AM

The G#m is wrong, it's a major chord (G#) and please don't call people names (tonedeaf), they just want to sing it in another key! I appreciate you like oldies.

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