Nancy Sinatra - My Elusive Dreams Chords & Tabs

 

My Elusive Dreams Chords & Tabs

Nancy Sinatra Chords & Tabs

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My Elusive Dreams Chords

   
My Elusive Dreams:Nancy Sinatra(Lee Hazelwood.)
Top of the charts in 1967-'68.

#1.
C                 F        G               C
I followed you to Texas, I followed you to Utah.
                  F                 G
We didn't find it there so we moved on.
  C               F        G                     C
I followed you to Alabam', things looked good in Birmingham.
                  F                 G
We didn't find it there so we moved on.

CHORUS:
              C        F          G          C
I know you're tired of following, my elusive dreams and schemes.
F                C                G          C
For they're only fleeting things, my elusive dreams.
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#2.
C                   F        G                    C
I had your child in Memphis, you heard of work in Nashville.
                  F                  G
We didn't find it there, so we moved on..
     C             F              G            C
To a small farm in Nebraska, to a gold mine in Alaska.
                    F                 G
We couldn't find it there so we moved on.

#3.
C                  F         G                  C
And now we've left Alaska, because there was no gold mine.
                    F              G
But this time, only two of us move on. 
    C                F             G                C
And now we have each other...And a little memory to cling to.
                    F             G
And still you won't let me go on alone.

CHORUS:
              C        F          G          C
I know you're tired of following, my elusive dreams and schemes.
F                C                 G          C
For they're only fleeting things...my elusive dreams.

ADD:
F                C                 G          C
For they're only fleeting things...my elusive dreams.


A sixties smash from Kraziekhat. 
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