Now She's Left You

from Innes Book Of Records tv show

 
         


			(Intro: G  Em  Am  D7  G  Em  Am  D7

			        G  Em  Am  D7  G  Em  Am  D7)


			          G        Em        Am          D7           
			Now she's left you, left you for another guy 

			          G        Em       Am             D7
			Now she's left you, and you feel you wanna die 

			         G              B7            C              
			She's no longer by your side and your tears you cannot

			 D
			hide 

			          G            Em                G        D
			Now she's left you, my friend, now she's left you 


			          G       Em          Am          D7       
			Now she's left you and you're feeling so alone 

			          G       Em     Am         D7
			Now she's left you sat beside a telephone 

			     G                  B7      C             D     
			That pulls at your heartstrings every time it rings 

			          G            Em                G          
			Now she's left you, my friend, now she's left you 


			 G     F# F
			(Wa wa wa ooh!)

			F   Cm            F   Cm  *  
			You never, never, never................


			F           D7
			To see her again.   


			          G       Em        Am                 D7     
			Now she's left you, and you don't know what to do 

			          G       Em       Am            D7
			Now she's left you, go and find somebody new 

			    G            B7             C               D      
			You have my sympathy 'cause she did the same to me 

			          G            Em                G       D    
			Now she's left you, my friend, now she's left you 

			          G            Em                G       D    
			Now she's left you, my friend, now she's left you 

			          G            Em               
			Now she's left you, my friend, 
 
			          C6 C         Gmaj7
			Now she's le-eft you...hoo




			*NB: The section beginning, "You never...", is interrupted in IBoR, so
			we don't know what it is! The chords  indicated by "*"
			are taken from the same place in the Archaeology version of the song,
			as it is POSSIBLY the same.





          This is slow and doo woppy.