Chi-lites – Have You Seen Her tab

Intro (wordless vocals w/fuzz guitar) [2X]:

	E       G#m7      A       E/B  B7
	/ / / /  / / / /  / / / /  / / / /

	(spoken; chords as above):

	One month ago today
	I was happy as a lark
	But now I go for walks
	To the movies - maybe to the park

	And have a seat on the same old bench
	To watch the children play (huh)
	You know, tomorrow is their future
	But to me, just another day

	They all gather around me
	They seem to know my name
	We laugh, tell a few jokes
	But it still doesn't ease my pain

	I know I can't hide from a memory
	'Though day after day I've tried
	I keep sayin' she'll be back
	But today again I lied

Verse 1:

	       E                Emaj7
	Oh, I see her face everywhere I go
	         E6                     E
	On the street, and even at the picture show
	         B7sus4    B7
	Have you seen her?
	Tell me, have you seen her?

Verse 2:

	Oh, I hear her voice as the cold winds blow
	In the sweet music on my radio
	Have you seen her?
	Tell me, have you seen her?


	 A   G#m F#m
	Why, oh, why
	                              E   E+  E6  E7
	Did she have to leave and go away [2: oh, yeah]
	Oh-oh-oh, I've been used to havin' someone to lean on
	       B7sus4  B7
	And I'm lost
	         B7sus4  B7   A/B
	Baby, I'm lost       (Oh)

[Repeat verse w/wordless vocal first two lines (2X)]

Verse 3:

	Oh, she left her kiss upon my lips
	But left that break within my heart
	Have you seen her?
	Tell me, have you seen her?

Verse 4:

	Oh, I see her hand reaching out to me
	Only she can set me free
	Have you seen her?
	Tell me, have you seen her?

[Repeat bridge]

[Repeat verse w/wordless vocal first 2 lines (4X)]

	(spoken over 2nd and 3rd repeats):

	As another day comes to an end
	I'm lookin' for a letter or somethin'
	Anything that she would send
	With all the people I know
	I'm still a lonely man
	You know, it's funny
	I thought I had her in the palm of my hand

Coda [repeat to fade]:

	Have you seen her
	Tell me, have you seen her (tell me, have you seen her?)

-- another ace 70's tab from Andrew Rogers
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