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What Are We Gonna Do Come The Month Of September chords

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Am C Am C Am C F C F C C/B

Am
Stars are brightly shining
C
The night ain’t so young
Smoke is goin’ in 
and out of your lungs
Puttin’ you at ease
Swayin’ in the breeze
F
In the warm light 
C
of the fire babe
Can’t you feel it
Getting’ higher

All your friends are there
Havin’ such a good time
Wouldn’t you agree
Down by the sea
In the warm light 
of the fire, babe
Can’t you feel it 
getting higher

F                 C  F                 C
What are we gonna do come the month of September?
G                    Am
Looks like I’m losin’ you.
F
Losin’ you and losin’ me and…

The stars are brightly shinin’
The night ain’t so young
Smoke is goin’ in
and out of your lungs
puttin’ you at ease
swayin’ in the breeze
in the warm light of the flickerin’ fire, babe
can’t you feel us gettin’ higher
and what are we gonna do come the month of September?
Looks like I’m losin’ you
Losin’ you and losin’ me and
Lookin’ back now
We had it pretty good

C F

There she goes pullin’up hard into the sun
Gone...

            
            
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kellypmacneil 102 Nov 13, 2013 05:05 PM, edited on April 16 2014, 11:55 am

This only works if you follow the initial chord structure laid out at the top over top of the verses.

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drazology 10 6 days ago

Such an amazing tune... I adore it. So basic, yet so eloquent and rich. You don’t have to be fancy to be good. It rivals Pearl Jam’s Elderly Woman Behind A Small Counter In A Small Town. I’m glad somebody in this world of ours appreciates this tune enough to pull together some chords. Nicely done.

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