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                           "On A Quiet Night"
                              (P.F. Sloan)


	(harpsichord arr. for guitar):

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Verse 1: Emaj7 F#m7 Emaj7/G# Amaj7 On a quiet night Gmaj7 Amaj7 Emaj7 Bsus4 You can hear the rustling of the leaves Emaj7 F#m7 Emaj7/G# Amaj7 On a quiet night Gmaj7 Amaj7 Emaj7 Bsus4 Distant voices carry softly in the breeze Chorus 1: C#m And I'm inside my room G#m Captured in a moment's thought Gmaj7 F#m7 Strumming on a chord from my guitar A/B [N.C.; harpsichord as per intro] Silently, silently (silently) So silently (so silently) Verse 2: On a quiet night Time hangs heavy in the air just like a cloud I'm lying on my bed Scratching my head, wondering what it's about Chorus 2: Are we all minstrels Playing in a three-ring circus Searching for a purpose that's not there Silently, silently (silently) So silently (so silently, so silently, so silently) Bridge:
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D#7 G#m Everybody's thinking F# B Gotta get ahead, gotta get ahead D#7 G#m Everybody's drinking F# A Hurrying, worrying, playing the game G#m All acting the same B A G#m F#m As I look out through my windowpane Verse 3: On a quiet night The wind, it can play tricks on your ear Like some unsolved mystery We all guess at the ending, but nobody comes near [repeat chorus 2] Coda: A/B (harpsichord, recorder, drums, backward tambourine to fade) -- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
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