Townes Van Zandt - Like A Summer Thursday Chords & Tabs

 

Like A Summer Thursday Chords & Tabs

Townes Van Zandt Chords & Tabs

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Like A Summer Thursday Chords

   
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      Submitted by Neal
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		C            G7       F        C
		Her face was crystal, fair and fine
		F              C        G7
		Her breath was morning, her lips were wine
	        F             C                    F
		Her eyes were laughter, her touch divine
		G                          F      C
		Her face was crystal, and she was mine.

		If only she could feel my pain
		But feelin's a burden she can't sustain
		So Like A Summer Thursday, I cry for rain
		To come and turn the ground to green again.

		If only she could hear my song
		'Bout the empty difference 'tween rights and wrongs
		Then I know that I could stand alone
		As well as they, now that she's gone.

			Repeat 1st verse
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/t/townes_van_zandt/like_a_summer_thursday_crd.html ]
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      Submitted by Geir
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        Intro: D - f#m - G - A - D

        D             A/C#     G      D
        Her face was crystal, fair and fine
        G              f#m              hm        A
        Her breath was morning and her lips were wine
        G              D             hm     G
        Her eyes were laughter, her touch divine
        A                    G        D...(intro)
		Her face was crystal, and she was mine.

		If only she could feel my pain
		Feelin's a burden she can't sustain
		So Like A Summer Thursday, I cry for rain
		To come and turn the ground to green again.

		If only she could hear my song
		'Bout the empty difference 'tween rights and wrongs
		Then I know that I could stand alone
		As well as they, now that she's gone.

        Her face was crystal, and she was mine ...

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