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Billy J Kramer - From A Window chords

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Artist: Billy J. Kramer with The Dakotas 
Song:   From A Window [Live]
URL's:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBROl7UQ6Xo
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dakotas_%28band%29
Written Lennon & McCartney
Tempo:  4|4
Style:  60's Brit-Pop Melodic Ballad
Tuning: Standard

G:      355433
Gadd4:  334333
C:      332010
[ch]F#/C#[/ch]:  X44322
Em:     022000
Am7:    X02010
D:      XX0232
G5:     355XXX
A5:     577XXX
Gaug:   3210XX
Baug:   X210XX
G/D:    X55433  



INTRO:
|G Gadd4 |G Gadd4 |


VERSE 1:
G
Late yesterday night,
              C     [ch]F#/C#[/ch]  Em 
I saw a light shine from a window,
Am7             D
And as I looked again, 
     G
Your face came into sight.


VERSE 2:
G
I couldn't walk on,
            C    [ch]F#/C#[/ch]     Em 
Until you'd gone from your window.
Am7               D
I had to make you mine,
  G 
I knew you were the one.


CHORUS:
G5             A5
Oh, I would be glad,
Em      [ch]F#/C#[/ch]            G 
Just to have a love like that.
A5             G5
Oh, I would be true,
        Em      C        Gaug-Baug-Gaug-Baug 
And I'd live my life for y-oo-oh-u.


VERSE 3:
G
So meet me tonight, 
               C     [ch]F#/C#[/ch]         Em 
Just where the light shines from a window.
Am7                D
And as I take your hand,
         G 
Say that you'll be mine tonight.


REPEAT CHORUS


VERSE 4:
G
So meet me tonight,
               C      [ch]F#/C#[/ch]        Em           
Just where the light shines from a window.
Am7                D
And as I take your hand,
         G              G/D
Say that you'll be mine tonight.


[End]


Notes
1. There are but a few TAB'd versions of this song.  This version is based 
directly on the observation of this Live performance on "Ready, Steady Go!" in 
1964. By Robin MacDonald of 'The Dakotas', their Rhythm guitarist.  You can see 
Keith Relf from the Yardbirds hosting at the beginning and end of this video.

2. Despite his previous international success Kramer went backwards with his 
second and last UK single of 1964, the Lennon–McCartney composition "From a 
Window", which only just became a Top Ten hit.
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