Critters – Mr Dieingly Sad tab

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The Critters' biggest hit (#17, October 1966).  Singer/composer Don Ciccone
would join the revamped Four Seasons lineup several years later; that's him
singing the 'I felt a rush...' bridge on 'December, 1963'.  -- AWR

                           "Mr. Dieingly Sad"
                             (Don Ciccone)



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Verse 1: Dmaj7 Just a breeze will muss your hair Dm7 G7 But you smile away each little care Cmaj7 And if the rain should make you blue Cm7 F7 You say tomorrow is anew Bbmaj7 Blue be your eyes, blonde your hair G9 You realize beyond a care Cm Life's in a hurry, but Ebm You've got no worry, you're Bbmaj7/D Dbdim(add A) [x45355] So mystifyingly glad Cm7 F7 Bb [1,2: Ab/Bb A7 3: to coda] [F13 F7+5 F7] <= chords implied by melody line I'm Mr. Dieingly Sad Verse 2: And when the leaves begin to fall Answering old winter's call I feel my tears, they fall like rain Weeping forth the sad refrain Blue, dark, and dim it may seem You mark a grin, a moonbeam Brightens your smile, pray tell me How all the while you can be So mystifyingly glad I'm Mr. Dieingly Sad Bridge: Dm7 G7 Cmaj9 C6 You say "take my hand and walk with me Dm7 G7 Cmaj7 C6 Wake this land and stop the sea A7 Dm Dm7 [A7 Gm/A A+ Dm Dm+7 Dm7] <= chords implied by vocal harmonies Show me love, unlock Dm7/G G7 All doors Em7/A A7 I'm yours" Verse 3 (abbreviated): Then the tide rolls up to shore I whisper low, "I love you more More than even you could know" Adore me do so I could show [four lines omitted] I'm so mystifyingly glad Not Mr. Dieingly Sad Coda: Ab/Bb Bb Ab/Bb Bb [Bb on vibes] (Mr. Dieingly Sad) Mr. Dieingly Sad -- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
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