Byrds - You Dont Miss Your Water (TAB)


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 NOTE---------------------------------# #This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the # #song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------# >From: acmahleracsu.buffalo.edu >Subject: C
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on't Miss Your Water (Bell, B
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yrds) >Date: Thu, 28 Nov 1996 12:58:07 -0500 This is a song by William B
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ell from his album "The Soul of a B
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ell." Subsequently, it was covered by the B
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yrds in a country version on "Sweetheart of the Rodeo" and by Otis Redding on "Otis B
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lue." I can't connect to alt.music.byrds but if someone else wants to send it there, that's cool. [Intro] G
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[First Verse] Em
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In the beginning, you really loved me  C
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But I was blind, and I could not see Em
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But when you left me, oh how I cried  G
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You don't miss your water D
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Till your well runs dry [Break] [Second Verse] I was a playboy, I could not be true I didn't believe, I really loved you But when you left me, oh how I cried You don't miss your water Till your well runs dry [Repeat F
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irst Verse]

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