CANCIONES FAMILIARES EN INGLÉS CON ACORDES 2

 

You’ve got a friend

Carol King

 

When you’re [Em] down and [B7] troubled and you [Em] need some [B7] lovin’ [Em] care

And [Am] nothing, [D] nothing is going [G] right

[F#m] Close your eyes and [B7] think of me and [Em] soon I [B7] will be [Em] there

To [Am] brighten up [D] even your darkest [Am] nights

 

{start_of_chorus}

You just [G] call out my name, and you [C] know, wherever I am,

I come [G] running to see you [Am] again [D7]

[G] Winter spring summer or [G7] fall [C] all you got to do is [Am] call

And I’ll [C] be there, yes I [Am] will

{end_of_chorus}

 

[A] You’ve got a [G] friend

 

If the [Em] sky a[B7]bove you grows [Em] dark and [B7] full of [Em] clouds,

and [Am] that old north [D] wind begins to [G] blow

[F#m] Keep your head [B7] togheter, and [Em] call my [B7] name out [Em] loud

[Am] Soon you’ll hear me [D] knocking at your [Am] door

{c:chorus}

[F] Now ain’t it good to know that [C] you’ve got a friend

When [G] people can be so [G7] cold

The’ll [C] hurt you, yes and [Fm] desert you and [Em] take your soul if you [Am7] let them

But [A7] don’t you let [D] them

{c:chorus}

[A] You’ve got a [G] friend. [D] You’ve got a [Em] friend

 

 

Epitaph

King Crimson

 

Em                    D                 Am              B+  B

The wall on which the prophets wrote is cracking at the seams

Upon the instruments of death the sunlight brightly gleams

When every man is torn apart with nightmares and with dreams

Will no one lay the laurel wreath as silence drowns the screams

 

Em                      Bm

Confusion will be my epitaph

As I walk a cracked and broken path               C                      Bm

If we make it we can all sit back and laugh but I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying

 

Em                    D                 Am              B+  B

Between the iron gates of fate the seeds of time were sown

And watered by the deeds of those who know and who are known

Knowledge is a deadly friend when no one sets the rules

The fate of all mankind I see is in the hands of fools

 

 

 

Em                      Bm

Confusion will be my epitaph

As I walk a cracked and broken path               C                      Bm

If we make it we can all sit back and laugh but I fear tomorrow I’ll be crying

 

 

 

I talk to the wind

King Crimnsom

 

 

 

E                    C7+             G7+             Am   B7

Said the straight man to the late man where have you been

E               C7+                  G7+             Am   B7

I’ve been here and I’ve been there and I’ve been in between

E      G7+         E         G7+

I talk to the wind my words are all carried away

E      G7+         Am             B7

I talk to the wind the wind does not hear

Am       B7

The wind cannot hear

 

I am on the outside looking inside

What do I see

Much confusion desillusion all around me

 

I talk to the wind my words are all carried away

I talk to the wind the wind does not hear

The wind cannot hear

 

You don’t possess me don’t impress me

Just upset my mind

Can’t destruct me or conduct me

Just use up my time

 

 

TIME AFTER TIME  

Cindy Lauper

 

intro             Do   Re   Sim   Do

 

Do6  Sol      Do6     Sol      Do6    Sol       Do6      Sol

Lying in my bed   I hear the clock tick  and think of you

Do6    Sol    Do6 Sol    Do6   Sol         Do6     Sol

Caught up in  circles    confusion      is nothing new

Do    Re       Sim    Do        Re            Sim

Flashback      warm nights      almost left behind

Do   Re             Sim   Do                Sol

Suitcase         of memories         time after

 

Do6  Sol        Do6    Sol        Do6  Sol     Do6   Sol

Sometimes you  picture me     I’m wal-king too far ahead

Do6     Sol      Do6  Sol    Do6   Sol          Do6    Sol

You’re calling   to   me   I can’t hear    what you’ve said

Do        Re     Sim   Do    Re       Sim

Then you said –  go   slow     I fall behind

Do   Re     Sim    Do

The second  hand unwinds

 

Re                         Mim            Do    Re    Sol

If you’re lost you can look  and you will find me   time after time

Re                            Mim          Do    Re    Sol

If you fall I will catch you    I’ll be waiting   time after time

Re                         Mim            Do    Re    Sol

If you’re lost you can look  and you will find me   time after time

Re                            Mim          Do    Re    Sol

If you fall I will catch you    I’ll be waiting   time after time

 

Do6  Sol    Do6    Sol         Do6 Sol       Do6       Sol

Af-ter my picture fades  and  darkness has  turned to grey

Do6  Sol          Do6  Sol        Do6   Sol      Do6   Sol

Watching through  win-dows you’re wondering   If I’m   O.K.

Do   Re    Sim  Do   Re            Sim

Se-crets   sto-len      from deep inside

Do    Re         Sim    Do                        mtm

the drum beats   out of time

 

Re                         Mim            Do    Re    Sol

If you’re lost you can look  and you will find me   time after time

Re                            Mim          Do    Re    Sol

If you fall I will catch you    I’ll be waiting   time after time

 

Re   Mim    Do  Re  Sol

Re   Mim    Do  Re  Sol

Do        Re     Sim   Do    Re       Sim

Then you said –  go   slow    I fall behind

Do   Re     Sim    Do

The second  hand unwinds

Re                         Mim            Do    Re    Sol

If you’re lost you can look  and you will find me   time after time

Re                            Mim          Do    Re    Sol

If you fall I will catch you    I’ll be waiting   time after time

Re                         Mim            Do    Re    Sol

If you’re lost you can look  and you will find me   time after time

Re                            Mim          Do    Re    Sol

If you fall I will catch you    I’ll be waiting   time after time

 

 

True colors

 

VERSE 1:

Am  G

You with the sad eyes

C        C/E+5

Don’t be discouraged

F

Oh I realize

Am           G

It’s hard to take courage

C             Dm

In a world full of people

C+5                F

You can lose sight of it all

Am       G

And the darkness inside you

F/C              C

Make you feel so small

 

CHORUS:

F    C

But I’ll see your true colors

Gsus4          G

Shining through

F     C

I’ll see your true colors

F            Gsus4 G

And that’s why I love you

F         C        F        Am

So don’t be afraid to let them show

F/C  C

Your true colors

F/C  C          Gsus4b

True colors are beautiful,

Am

Like a Rainbow

 

VERSE 2:

Show me a smile then,

Don’t be unhappy, can’t remember

When I last saw you laughing

If this world makes you crazy

And you’ve taken all you can bear

You call me up

Because you know I’ll be there

 

CHORUS

INTERLUDE

VERSE 3:

Oooo….

(whispered)

can’t remember

When I last saw you laughing

(sung)

If this world makes you crazy

And you’ve taken all you can bear

You call me up

Because you know I’ll be there

 

FINAL CHORUS:

And I’ll see your true colors

Shining through

I’ll see your true colors

And that’s why I love you

So don’t be afraid to let them show

Your true colors, true colors,

F/C  C          Gsus4   G

true colors are shining through

F    Gsus4

I’ll see your true colors

F            Gsus4 G

And that’s why I love you

F        C         F        Am

So don’t be afraid to let them show

F/C       C       F/C  C

Your true colors, true colors

Gsus4b

Beautiful,

Am

Like a Rainbow

 

 

California Dreaming

The Mamas &the Papas

 

All the leaves are [Am]brown[G]    [F]  and the [G]sky is [Bm7]grey     [E7]

[F]I’ve been for a [C]walk[E7]       [Am]    on a winter’s day[E]     [E7]

 

I’d be be safe and [Am]warm[G]    [F]    if I [G]was in L.[Bm7]A.     [E7]

California [Am]dreaming[G]      [F]     on [G]such a winter’s [Bm7]day  [E7]

 

Stopped into a [Am]church[G]    [F] I passes a[G]long the [Bm7]way     [E7]

Oh I [F]got down on my [C]knees[E7]     [Am] and I pre[F]tend to [E]pray   [E7]

You know the preacher likes the [Am]cold,  [G]    [F]

he knows [G]I’m gonna [Bm7]stay   [E7]

California [Am]dreaming[G]      [F]on [G]such a winter’s [Bm7]day  [E7]

 

All the leaves are [Am]brown[G]    [F]  and the [G]sky is [Bm7]grey     [E7]

[F]I’ve been for a [C]walk[E7]       [Am]  on a winter’s day[E]     [E7]

 

If I didn’t [Am]tell her[G]     [F] I could [G]leave to[Bm7]day    [E7]

California [Am]dreaming[G]     [F]

on [G]such a winter’s [Bm7]day  [E7]   [F]

on [G]such a winter’s [Am]day  [G]     [F]

on [G]such a winter’s [Fmaj7]day  [G]     [Cmaj7]

 

 

Monday Monday

The Mamas & the Papas

 

(a capella):

 

Ba-da   ba-da-da-da

Ba-da   ba-da-da-da

 

(harpsichord, guitar, and bass enter)

 

F#    F#sus F# F#sus

Ba-da    ba-da-da-da

 

Verse 1:

 

F#       F#sus  F# F#sus

Monday, Monday  (ba-da    ba-da-da-da)

F#    F#sus  F# F#sus

So good to me  (ba-da    ba-da-da-da)

F#    F#sus    F#                   E

Monday mornin’, it was all I hoped it would be

A       A6     Amaj7             A6   C#

Oh Monday mornin’, Monday mornin’ couldn’t guarantee (ba-da ba-da-da-da)

F#               F#sus*             F#

That Monday evenin’ you would still be here with me

 

* vocal harmonies imply E/F#; keyboard plays F#sus4

 

Verse 2:

 

Monday, Monday, can’t trust that day

Monday, Monday, sometimes it just turns out that way

Oh Monday mornin’ you gave me no warnin’ of what was to be

Oh Monday, Monday, how could you leave and not take me

 

Bridge 1:

 

G

Every other day (every other day), every other day

E

Every other day of the week is fine, yeah

G

But whenever Monday comes, but whenever Monday comes

F#                 D#

A-you can find me cryin’ all of the time

 

(key changes to G#)

 

[repeat verse 1, in G#]:

 

G#       G#sus  G# G#sus

Monday, Monday  (ba-da   ba-da-da-da)

G#    G#sus  G# G#sus

So good to me  (ba-da   ba-da-da-da)

G#    G#sus    G#                   F#

Monday mornin’, it was all I hoped it would be

B       B6     Bmaj7             B6   D#

Oh Monday mornin’, Monday mornin’ couldn’t guarantee

G#               G#sus              G#

That Monday evenin’ you would still be here with me

 

[repeat bridge 1, in G#]:

 

A

Every other day, every other day

F#

Every other day of the week is fine, yeah

A

But whenever Monday comes, but whenever Monday comes

F#                D#

You can find me cryin’ all of the time

 

[repeat verse 1, in G# (as above)]

 

Bridge 2:

 

A

Every other day, every other day

F#

Every other day of the week is fine, yeah

A

But whenever Monday comes, but whenever Monday comes

D#                G#    F# [N.C.]

You can find me cryin’ all of the time

 

 

Monday, Monday  (ba-da ba-da-da-da)

Can’t trust that day (ba-da ba-da-da-da)

 

(band re-enters on F#)

 

F#       F#sus F#  F#sus [continue]

Monday, Monday (ba-da   ba-da-da-da)

It just turns out that way (ba-da ba-da-da-da)

Whoa, Monday, Monday, won’t go away (ba-da ba-da-da-da)

Monday, Monday, it’s here to stay (ba-da ba-da-da-da)

Oh Monday, Monday (ba-da ba-da-da-da)

Oh Monday, Monday (ba-da ba-da-da-da)

 

 

SAN FRANCISCO

Scott MacKenzie

 

Am        F        C       G

1. If you?re going to San Francisco,

Am         F         C               G

be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.

Am        C        F       C

If you?re going to San Francisco,

Em        Am7           G

you?re gonna meet some gentle people there.

 

Am            F       C       G

2. For those who come to San Francisco

Am               C            G

summer time will be a love in there.

Am     C          F       C

In the streets of San Francisco,

Em          Am7              G

gentle people with flowers in their hair.

 

Bb

There?s a whole generation,

C

with a new explanation. People in motion.

Bb

All across the nation,

C                 G

such a strange vibration. People in motion, people in motion.

 

Am            F       C       G

3. For those who come to San Francisco,

Am          F        C               G

be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.

Am     C       F       C

If you come to San Francisco,

Em   Am7               C

summer time will be a love in there.

 

 

 

AMERICAN PIE

Don MacLean

.  G     D        Em

A long, long time ago__

Am             C              Em                     D

I can still remember how that music used to make me smile.__

.   G         D     Em             Am                 C

And I knew if I had my chance that I could make those people dance

.   Em               C           D

and maybe they’d by happy for a while.

Em            Am             Em              Am

But February made me shiver with every paper I’d deliver.

.C       G       Am           C                 D

Bad news on the doorstep.  I couldn’t take one more step

.  G       D        Em             Am7            D

I can’t remember if I cried when I read about his widowed bride,

G           D         Em              C       D7       G   C  G

Something touched me deep inside the day_ the music  died._____

.

Chorus:

.       G    C         G       D           G             C

.   So bye-bye, Miss American Pie.Drove my Chevy to the levee but the

.    G         D         G        C                  G          D

.   levee was dry, them good ole boys were drinkin’ whiskey and Rye, singing

.   Em                        A7      Em                         D7

.   this’ll be the day that I die,    This’ll be the day that I die.__

verse:

G                 Am,                 C                 Am

Did you write the book of love and do you have faith in God above?__

.      Em               D           G      D       Em

If the Bible tells you so__  Now do you believe in rock and roll?

.   Am              C               Em                       A7           D7

Can music save your mortal soul? and can you teach me how to dance_ real slow?

.       Em                 Am                     Em              Am

Well I know that you’re in love with him ‘cause I saw you dancing in the gym,

_    C        G          A7            C                    D7

You both kicked off your shoes,  Man I dig those rhythm and blues!

.        G      D        Em                   Am                   C

I was a lonely teenage broncin’ buck, with a pink carnation and a pick-up truck.

.   G      D     Em               C        D7     G  C  G

But I knew I was out of luck the day, the music died.___

G           D7

I started singing….     (chorus)

 

 

DOWN UNDER

 Men At Work

 

 

Tr(D)aveling in a fr(A)ied-out combie(Bm)      G    A

(D)On a hippie tra(A)il, head full of zom(Bm)bie  G  A

(D)I met a strange la(A)dy, she made me ner(Bm)vous  G  A

(D)She took me in(A) and gave me break(Bm)fast

(G)And(A) she said,

 

(Chorus)

 

“Do you come from a land down under?

Where women glow and men plunder?

Can’t you hear, can’t you hear the thunder?

You better run, you better take cover.”

 

Buying bread from a man in Brussels

He was six foot four and full of muscles

I said, “Do you speak-a my language?”

He just smiled and gave me a vegemite sandwich

And he said,

 

“I come from a land down under

Where beer does flow and men chunder

Can’t you hear, can’t you hear the thunder

You better run, you better take cover.”

 

Lying in a den in Bombay

With a slack jaw, and not much to say

I said to the man, “Are you trying to tempt me

Because I come from the land of plenty?”

And he said

 

“Oh! Do you come from a land down under? (oh yeah yeah)

Where women glow and men plunder?

Can’t you hear, can’t you hear the thunder?

You better run, you better take cover.”

 

 

Overkill

Men At Work

 

 

E/B             B

I can’t get to sleep

 

D                  A

I think about the implications

 

E/B                  B

Of diving in too deep

 

D                     A

And possibly the complications

 

E/B                  B

Especially at night

 

D                     A

I worry over situations

 

E/B                  B

I know will be alright

 

D                     A

Perhaps its just my imagination

 

 

 

C#/Dbmin        B

Day after day it reappears

 

C#/Dbmin                               B

Night after night my heartbeat, shows the fear

 

G#/Ab                         A      ….B

Ghosts appear and fade away

 

 

E/B                  B

Alone between the sheets

 

D                     A

Only brings exasperation

 

E/B                              B

It’s time to walk the streets

 

D                     A

Smell the desperation

 

 

E/B                  B

At least there’s pretty lights

 

D                        A

And though there’s little variation

 

E/B                  B

It nullifies the night

 

D         ..A

From overkill…

 

 

C#/Dbmin        B

Day after day it reappears

 

C#/Dbmin                               B

Night after night my heartbeat, shows the fear

 

G#/Ab                         A         …B

Ghosts appear and fade away  come back another day..

 

 

Who Can It Be Now”

Men at work

 

E                      D

Who can it be knocking at my door?

C#m                             B

Go ‘way, don’t come ‘round here no more.

E                       D

Can’t you see that it’s late at night?

C#m                             B

I’m very tired, and I’m not feeling right.

E                D

All I wish is to be alone;

C#m                         B

Stay away, don’t you invade my home.

E               D

Best off if you hang outside,

C#m                           B

Don’t come in – I’ll only run and hide.

 

C#m

Who can it be now?

B4

Who can it be now?

C#m

Who can it be now?

B4

Who can it be now?

 

E                      D

Who can it be knocking at my door?

C#m                            B

Make no sound, tip-toe across the floor.

E                  D

If he hears, he’ll knock all day,

C#m                                 B

I’ll be trapped, and here I’ll have to stay.

E                          D

I’ve done no harm, I keep to myself;

C#m                                        B

There’s nothing wrong with my state of mental health.

E                      D

I like it here with my childhood friend;

C#m                            B

Here they come, those feelings again!

 

 

C#m

Who can it be now?

B4

Who can it be now?

C#m

Who can it be now?

B4

Who can it be now?

 

F#m                   B

Is it the man come to take me away?

F#m                     B

Why do they follow me?

F#m                      B

It’s not the future that I can see,

F#m                   B

It’s just my fantasy

 

(SAX SOLO)

E        D/E

 

 

B      Aadd2

Oh……….Who can it be now?

B      Aadd2

Oh……….Who can it…Who can it…

Aadd2

Yeah yeah yeah

 

 

 

 

EverybodYs’ Talkin’

Harry Nilsson

 

 

(TH THREE CHORD TRICK!) G  C  D7

 

 

G

Everybodys’ Talkin’ at me

 

An I don’t hear a word there sayin’

D7                   G

Only the echos of my mind

G

People stoppin’ stairin’

 

I don’t see their faces

D7                        G

Only the shadows of there eyes

 

 

C                 D7

I’m goin where the sun keeps shinin’

G

Through the pourin rain

C               D7              G

Goin where the wether suits my clothes

C                 D7

Bankin’ off of the north east wind

G

Salin on a summer breeze

C                      D7            G

An skippin’ over the ocean, like a stone.

 

 

 

Moonlight shadow

Sally Oldfield

 

C#m                A

The last that ever she saw him

 

B                 E         B

Carried away by a moonlight shadow

 

C#m                   A

He passed on worried and warning

 

B                 E         B

Carried away by a moonlight shadow

 

E                    B

Lost in a river last Saturday night

 

C#m  A          B

Far away on the other side

 

E                         B

He was caught in the middle of a desperate fight

 

C#m           A           B

And she couldn’t find how to push through

 

C#m                       A

The trees that whisper in the evening

 

B                 E         B

Carried away by a moonlight shadow

 

C#m                A

Sing a song of sorrow and grieving

 

B                 E         B

Carried away by a moonlight shadow

 

E                 B

All she saw was a silhouette of a gun

 

C#m  A          B

Far away on the other side

 

E                   B

He was shot six times by a man on the run

 

C#m           A           B

And she couldn’t find how to push through

 

B(strongly…)

I stay I pray

 

E      A      B

I see you in heaven far away

 

B(strongly…)

I stay I pray

 

E      A      B

I see you in heaven one day

 

C#m            A

Four am in the morning

 

B                 E         B

Carried away by a moonlight shadow

 

C#m                 A

I watched your vision forming

 

B                 E         B

Carried away by a moonlight shadow

 

E                   B

Star was light in a silvery night

 

C#m  A          B

Far away on the other side

 

E               B

Will you come to talk to me this night

 

C#m           A           B

But she couldn’t find how to push through

 

B(strongly…)

I stay I pray

 

E      A      B

I see you in heaven far away

 

B(strongly…)

I stay I pray

 

E      A      B

I see you in heaven one day

 

 

Pretty woman

Roy Orbison

A             F#m

Pretty woman walking down the street,

A                   F#m

Pretty woman, the kind I’d like to meet.

D        D

Pretty woman…

 

E7                      E7

I don’t believe you — it must be true.

E7              E7           (repeat main riff 4 times)

No one could look as good as you.

 

Pretty woman, won’t you pardon me.

Pretty woman, I couldn’t help but see.

Pretty woman…

 

Oh, you look lovely as you can be.

Are you lonely just like me?

 

Dm7           G

Pretty woman, stop awhile.

C C/B     Am  Am

Pretty woman, talk awhile.

Dm7           G                  C   C

Pretty woman, give your smile to me.

Dm7           G

Pretty woman, yeah, yeah, yeah,

C C/B     Am  Am

Pretty woman, look my way.

Dm7           G                    C    A

Pretty woman, say you’ll stay with me,

F#m       D          E7     (repeat main riff 4 times)

‘Cause I need you, need you tonight.

 

Pretty woman, don’t walk on by.

Pretty woman, don’t make me cry.

Pretty woman…

 

Don’t walk away, hey.

Okay.

If that’s the way it must be, okay.

I guess I’ll go on home, it’s late.

There’ll be tomorrow night, but wait

What do I see?

She’s walking back to me.

Oh, pretty woman.

 

 

Five Hundred Miles

Peter,Paul &Mary

 

If you m[C]iss the train I’m [Am]on, you will k[Dm]now that I am g[Dm7]one.

You can h[G7]ear the whistle blow a hundred m[C]iles.

A hundred miles, a hundred m[Am]iles, a hundred m[Dm]iles, a hundred m[Dm7]iles,

You can h[G7]ear the whistle blow a hundred m[C]iles.

 

Lord I’m one, Lord I’m two, Lord I’m three, Lord I’m four,

Lord I’m five hundred miles away from home.

Away from home, away from home, away from home, away from home,

Lord I’m five hundred miles away from home.

 

Not a shirt on my back, not a penny to my name,

Lord I can’t go back home this a way.

This a way, this a way, this a way, this a way,

Lord I can’t go back home this a way.

 

If you miss the train I’m on, you will know that I am gone.

You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles.

A hundred miles, a hundred miles, a hundred miles, a hundred miles,

You can hear the whistle blow a hundred miles.

 

 

Freight Train

Peter,Paul &Mary

 

Freight train, Freight train, g[G7]oin’ so fast,

Freight train, Freight train, g[C]oin’ so fast,

P[E7]lease don’t tell what t[F]rain I’m on

So they w[C]on’t know w[G7]here I’m g[C]one.

 

Freight train, Freight train, goin’ round the bend,

Freight train, Freight train, comin’ back again,

One of these days turn that train around

And go back to my home town.

 

One more place I’d like to be,

One more place I’d lie to see,

To watch them old Blue Ridge Mountains climb,

When I ride old number nine.

 

When I die Lord, Bury me deep,

Down at the end of Chestnut street,

Where I can hear old number nine

As she comes down the line.

 

Freight train, Freight train, goin’ so fast,

Freight train, Freight train, goin’ so fast,

Please don’t tell what train I’m on

So they won’t know where I’m gone.

 

The wall

Pink Floid

 

Words:

 

Dm(v)

We  don’t   need   no   education,

 

Dm(v)

We  don’t  need no thought control,

 

Dm(v)

No dark sarcasm in the classroom.

 

Dm(v)                          G

Teacher leave them kids alone.

 

G                                      <Fill #1>

Hey, Teacher!  Leave them kids alone.

 

F                        C                       Dm(v) <Fill #2>

All in all it’s just an – other brick in the wall.

 

 

F                         C                       Dm(v)

All in all it’s just an – other brick in the wall.

 

Play 2 times

 

 

WHIS YOU WERE HERE

Pink Floyd

 

C                        D

So, so ya think you can tell

Am                   G                         D

heaven from hell, blue skies from pain, can you tell a green field

C                    Am                       G

from a cold steel rail? A smile from a veil? Do ya think ya can tell?

C                       D                     Am

did they get you to trade, your hero’s for ghosts, hot ashes for trees

G                           D                 C

hot air for a cool breeze, cold comfort for change, did you exchange,

Am                          G

a walk on part in the war, for a lead role in a cage?

 

 

 

 

C                               D

How I wish, how I wish you were here,

Am                                  G                  D

Were just two lost soles simming in a fish bowl, year after year,

C                                Am

Running over the same old ground, but have we found the same old fears,

G

wish you were here

 

 

EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE

The Police

G

every breath you take,

Em

every move you make,

C

every vow you break,

G               Em

every claim you stake i’ll be watching you.

C

Every single day,

Em

Every breath you take,

C                      Em

Every night you stay, i’ll be watching you.

 

CHORUS

 

C

Oh can’t you see,

Em

you belong to me,

Am

how my poor heart breaks

G

with every breath you take.

 

 

 

Every move you make
Every vow you break
Every smile you fake
Every claim you stake
Ill be watching you

Since youve gone I been lost without a trace
I dream at night I can only see your face
I look around but its you I cant replace
I feel so cold and I long for your embrace
I keep crying baby, baby, please…

Oh, cant you see
You belong to me
How my poor heart aches
With every breath you take

Every move you make
Every vow you break
Every smile you fake
Every claim you stake
Ill be watching you

 

 

 

Suspicious Minds

Elvis Presley

 

G                        C

We’re caught in a trap;  I can’t walk out

D               C               G

because I love you too much,  baby.

G                    C

Why can’t you see,   what you’re doing to me,

D                      C          D     C  Bm  D7

when you don’t believe a word I say?

 

(1st Chorus:)

C                G        Bm                  C    D

We can’t go on together, with Suspicious Minds;

Em                  Bm          C              D       D7

and we can’t build our dreams, on Suspicious Minds.

 

2.

G                              C

So, if an old friend I know, drops by to say hello,

D                 C           G

would I still see suspicion in your eyes?

G                  C

Here we go again, asking where I’ve been.

D                       C               D      C  Bm  D7

You can see these tears are real I’m crying.

 

(2nd Chorus:)

C                G        Bm                  C

We can’t go on together, with Suspicious Minds;

Em                  Bm           C              B7sus4   B7

and we can’t build our dreams, on Suspicious Minds…

 

Em             Bm            C

Oh, let our love survive,

D

I’ll dry the tears from your eyes.

Em                   Bm             C

Let’s don’t let a good thing die,  when honey,

D                G               C    G       D7

you know I’ve never,  lied to you;   Mmm,  yeah,  yeah!

 

 

Whiter Shade of Pale

Procol Harum

 

C Am F Dm G7 Em G7 C F G7

 

C                                  Am

We skipped the light fandango

F                                                           Dm

and turned cartwheels ‘cross the floor

G7                                         Em     G7

I was feeling kind of sea sick

C                                               Am         Em

but the crowd called out for more

F                                            Dm

the room was humming harder

G7                               Em  G7

As the ceiling flew away

C                                             Am     Em

When we called out for another drink

F                                  Dm

the waiter brought a tray

 

Chorus:

G7                             C

And so it was that later

F                                            Dm

As the miller told his tale

G7                                              Em

That her face at first just ghostly

G7           C      F        C

Turned a whiter shade of pale

 

She said there is no reason

and the truth is plain to see

but I wandered through my playing cards

would not let her be

one of sixteen vessel virgins

who were leaving for the coast

And although my eyes were open

They might just as well?ve been closed

 

Chorus

AMERICA

Simon & Garfunkel

 

C         Bm            Am        G          F

Let us be lovers, we’ll marry our fortunes together

C             Bm          Am

I’ve got some real-estate here in my bag

Em                     A              Em          A

So we bought a pack of cigaretts, and Mrs. Wagner pies

G      C      G    A  B C B Am

And walked off to look for America

 

C       B          Am          G            F

Cathy I said as we boarded the Greyhound in Pittsburg

C        B            Am

Michigan seems like a dream to me now

G

It took me four days to hitch-hike from Saganaw

D    G       D         Cmaj7

I’ve gone to look for America

 

Cmaj7                        D

Laughing on the bus, playing games with the faces

Cmaj7                                        D

She said the man in the gaberdine suit was a spy

G         F#          Em        A        D      Fmaj7

I said be careful his bowtie is really a camera

 

C         B         Am              G         F

Toss me a cigarette I think there’s one in my raincoat

C              B          Am

We smoked the last one an hour ago

G                  A       Em                    A

So I looked at the scenery, and she read her magazine

G    D    G A  B  CB Am

An the moon rose over an open field

 

C         B       Am             G            F

Cathy I’m lost, I said, though I knew she was sleeping

C         B          Am

I’m empty and aching and I don’t know why

G

Counting the cars on the New Jersey Turnpike

D   G       D        Cmaj7

They’ve all gone to look for America

D   G       D        Cmaj7

They’ve all gone to look for America

D   G       D        Cmaj7

They’ve all gone to look for America

 

 

 

Bridge Over Trouble water

Simon And Garfunkel

Capo 1

 

 

Intro: D D9 G A7 Fdim D G A7 D G D G

 

D           G        D            C     G   D       G

When you’re weary. Feeling small. When tears are in your eyes

D           G  D G D

I will dry them all.

A  Bm   A                        D     D/C# D7

I’m on your side ohhhh when times get rough.

D9   G     E  A

And friends just can’t be found.

D7  D9 G      A7 Fdim D       Bsus B7  G      F#7    Bm

Like a bridge over    trouble   water, I will lay me down.

D7  D9 G      A7 Fdim D       Bsus B7  G      A7     D    G D G

Like a bridge over    trouble   water, I will lay me down.

D                        G                    D

When you’re down and out.  When you’re on the streets yeh.

C  G    D         G        D            G   D   G  D

When an evening falls  so hard.  I will comfort you ohhhhh.

A    Bm   A                        D    D/C# D7

I’ll take your part ohhhh  when darkness comes.

D9 G    E     A

And pain is all  around.

D7  D9 G      A7 Fdim D       Bsus  Bm G      F#7    Bm

Like a bridge over    trouble   water, I will lay me down.

D7  D9 G      A7 Fdim D       Bm     G      Bm F#7 Bm

Like a bridge over    trouble water, I will lay me down.

 

E7 D G G1 Gm D G D G

D           G         D    G

Sail on silver girl.  Sail on by.

C    G   D        G

Your time has come  to shine.

D                      G D G

All your dreams are on their way.

A   Bm   A                       D             D/C# D7

See how they shine ohhhhh and if you need a friend.

D9   G     E    A

I’m sailing right behind.

D7  D9 G      A7 Fdim D       Bm     G      Bm   F#7  Bm

Like a bridge over    trouble water, I will ease your mind.

D7  D9 G    Gmaj7 E7 D     Bm     G      F#7       Bm

Like a bridge over trouble water, I will ease your mind.

 

E9 Emaj D G G1 Gm D

 

 

 

Kathy Song

Paul Simon

 

G                            C                            G                  Am    Gsus   C/F#   D7/F#

I hear the drizzle of the rain,       like a memory it falls

G               D/F#     G     C                      Am      Gsus   D        G

Soft and warm, continuing                      tapping on my roof and walls

 

G                            C                            G                 Am      Gsus          C/F#    D7/F#

And from the shelter of my mind,     Through the window of my eyes

G             D/F#                       G                            C                Am         D                              C      G

I gaze beyond the rain-drenched streets,    To England where my heart lies

 

(Hereճ where it goes to Dsus)

 

My mindճ distracted and diffused,     my thoughts are many miles away

 

They lie with you when youղe asleep,     and kiss you when you start your day

 

 

And a song I was writing is left undone       I donմ know why I spend my time

 

Writing songs I canմ believe     With words that tear and strain to rhyme

 

(Back to Dsus)

 

And so you see I have come to doubt      All that I once held as true

 

I stand alone without beliefs                   The only truth I know is you

 

 

And as I watch the drops of rain                            Weave their weary paths and die

 

I know that I am like the rain                  There but for the grace of you go I

 

 

 

MRS. ROBINSON

(Simon & Garfunkel)

 

E7    A    D    G    C    Am    E7    D

De de de de de de de de de de de de de

 

D             G        Em

CHORUS:              And here’s to you Mrs. Robinson

|               G               Em                  C     Am      D

|               Jesus loves you more thnan you will know, wo wo wo

|               D             G           Em

|               God bless you please Mrs. Robinson

|               G              Em                  C     Am

|               Heaven holds a place for those who pray, hey hey hey

 

 

E7

We’d like to know a little bit about you for our files

A

We’d like to help you learn to help yourself

D               G               C           Am

Look around you all you see are sympathetic eyes

E7                          D

Stroll around the grounds until you feel at home

 

 

CHORUS

 

E7

Hide it in a hiding place where no one ever goes

A

Put it in your pantry with your cupcakes

D             G               C           Am

It’s a little secret just the Robinsons’ afair

E7                        D

Most of all you’ve got to hide it from the kids

 

 

Koo koo ka choo Mrs. Robinson – CHORUS

 

E7

Sitting on a sofa on a Sunday afternoon

A

Going to the candidates debate

D              G              C                  Am

Laugh about it shout about it when you’ve got to choose

E7                         D

Any way you look at it you lose

 

D              G          Em

Where have you gone Joe DiMaggio

G                  Em             C    Am         D

A nation turns its lonely eyes to you, woo woo woo

D               G        Em

What’s that you say Mrs. Robinson

G               Em            C     Am                   E7

Joltin’ Joe has left and gone away, hey hey hey, hey hey hey

 

 

 

Song For The Asking

Simon And Garfunkel

 

Capo 3

 

Ddim(xx0101)

 

G           G    C       Em      Am7               B    B7 C

Here is my Song For The Asking. Ask me and I will play so sweetly,

G               D7 G

I’ll make you smile.

 

G           G    C       Em      Am7                   B   B7

This is my tune for the taking. Take it, don’t turn away. I’ve been

C       G      C     D7 G

waiting all my life.

 

Em                          Bm B Dmin                     Am

Thinking it over, I’ve been sad. Thinking it over, I’d be more than

D7      G           G7 C       Em      Am7               B    B7

glad to change my ways for the asking. Ask me and I will play all the

C           G      C     G D7 G

love that I hold inside.

 

 

 

Sounds of Silence

Paul Simon

 

H[Am]ello darkness my old fri[G]end,

I’ve come to talk with you ag[Am]ain.

Because a vi[C]sion softl[F]y creep[C]ing

Left it’s seed while I w[F]as sleep[C]ing,

And the vis[F]ion that was planted in my br[C]ain

Still rem[Am]ains

Wit[C]hin the s[G]ounds of si[Am]lence.

 

In restless dreams I walked alone,

Narrow streets of cobble stone.

‘Neath the halo of a street lamp,

I turned my collar to the cold and damp,

When my eyes were stabbed by the flash of a neon light

That split the night

And touched the sounds of silence.

 

And in the naked light I saw

Ten thousand people, maybe more.

People talking without speaking,

People hearing without listening,

People writing songs that voices never shared,

And no one dared

Disturb the sounds of silence.

 

“Fools!” said I, “you do not know,

Silence like a cancer grows.

Hear my words that I might teach you,

Take my arms that I might reach you.”

But my words like silent raindrops fell…

And echoed in the wells of silence.

 

And the people bowed and prayed

To the neon gods they made.

And the sign flashed out its warning,

In the words that it was forming,

And the sign said, “The words of the prophets are written on the subway walls

And tenement halls.”

And whispered in the sounds of silence.

 

 

The Boxer

 Paul Simon        

 

 

C                                                Am

I am just a poor boy, though my story’s seldom told

G

I have squandered my resistance

C

For a pocketful of mumbles such are promises

Am            G                  F

All lies and jest still a man hears what he wants to hear

C      G    C

And disregards the rest

Am

When I left my home and family I was no more than a boy

G

In the company of strangers

Dm7        C

In the quiet of a railway station running scared

Am           G                F

Laying low seeking out the poorer quarters where the ragged people go

G              F    Em   Dm    C

Looking for the places only they would know

Am

Lie-la-lie

G

Lie-la-lie la lie-la-lie

Am

Lie la lie

G                       F           G   C

Lie-la-lie la la la la lie la la la la lie

Am

Asking only workmans wages I come looking for a job

G

But I get no offers

Dm7              C

Just a come-on from the whores on seventh avenue

Am                 Dm7     G     F                                 C

I do declare there were times when I was so lonesome I took some comfort there

G               C

Ooo-la-la la la la la

 

Am

Lie-la-lie

G

Lie-la-lie la lie-la-lie

Am

Lie la lie

G                       F           G   C

Lie-la-lie la la la la lie la la la la lie

 

C

Then I’m laying out my winter clothes

G7  C              Am

And wishing I was gone

G             Dm7      G7               G  C

Going home where the New York City winters aren’t bleeding me

Am

Leading me

G

Going Home

C                                            Am

In the clearing stands a boxer and a fighter by his trade

G

And he carries the reminders

G7               C                        Dm7     G7        C

Of ev’ry glove that laid him down or cut him ‘till he cried out

Am

In his anger and his shame

G              F                              C

“I am Leaving, I am Leaving.”  But the Fighter still remains

 

G C  G      F      C

 

Am

Lie-la-lie

G

Lie-la-lie la lie-la-lie

Am

Lie la lie

G                        F             Am

Lie-la-lie la la la la lie la la la la lie

Repeat & Fade

 

The Only Living Boy In New York

 Paul Simon

 

 

C                             F

Tom-, get your plane right on time.

 

C                      F

I know your part’ll go fine.

 

C                 F Am7  Dm7 F

Fly- down to Mexico—

 

G                              F

Do-n-da-da-n-da-da-n-da-da and here I am-

 

C                     F           C   F C Dm7

The only living boy in New York.

 

C                                      F

I get the news I need from the weather report-

 

C                                             F

I can gather all the news I need from the weather report-

 

C                        F  C  Dm      Dm7

Hey- I’ve got nothing to do to-day but smile

 

G                         F

Do-n-da-da-n-da-n-da-da-n here I am-

 

C                      F          Am

The only living boy in New York.

 

Dm                          G7                 C

Half of the time we’re gone, but we don’t know where

 

F

And we don’t know where-

 

C                              F

Tom- , get your plane right on time.

 

C                                   F

I know that you’ve been eager to fly now-

 

C                       F      C      Dm    F

Hey- , let your honesty shine, shine, shine now,

 

G                                Fmaj7  Dm7 F

Do-n-da-da-n-da-da-n-do- like it shines on me.

 

C                          F

The only living boy in New York.

 

C                          F         C

The only living boy in New York.

 

 

American Tune

Paul Simon

 

 

C          F      C   G         E      Am      E         Am

Many’s the time I’ve been mistaken and many times confused

C          F  C    G    G   E    Am      E       Am

Yes  I’ve often felt forsaken and certainly misused

C         F  G       F       C             F     C         E

Aw, but I’m alright, I’m alright, I’m just weary to my bones

F         G                     C        D       G

Still you don’t expect to be bright and bon vivant

C    F C  G       E    Am  C   G          C

So far away from home, so far away from home

 

C                F    C     G              E

I don’t know a soul who’s not been battered

Am              E       Am

don’t have a friend that’s feels at ease

C                F     C      G               E     Am    E          Am

I don’t know a dream that’s not been shattered or driven to it’s knees

C            F  G       F       C             F     C         E

Aw, but it’s alright, it’s alright for we lived so well so long

F         G                 C        D       G

Still when I think of the road we’re travelin’ on

C    F C  G              E    Am                 C   G          C

I wonder what’s gone wrong, I can’t help but wonder what’s gone wrong

 

c

And I dreamed I was dying…

G        E        Am

I dreamed that my soul rose unexpectedly

G      C  Am     C          G

And looking back down on me smiled reassuringly

C

And I dreamed I was flying….

 

 

Am      C   G              E      Am

And high up above my eyes could clearly see

C         G          Am        C      G

The Statue of Liberty – sailing away to sea

C

And I dreamed I was flying….

 

 

C                    F         C          G

For we come on the ship they call Mayflower

Am         E          Am

We come on the ship that sailed the moon

C            F C  G               E       Am           E    Am

We come in the ages most uncertain hours and sing an American Tune

C              F  G    F       C                F     C        Am

Aw, but it’s alright, it’s alright you can’t be forever blessed

F         G                 C        D       G

Still tomorrow’s gonna be another working day

C         F     C  G        E           Am       C         G          C

And I’m trying to get some rest, that’s all I’m trying to get some rest

 

 

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