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From: Harlan L Thompson 

DO FOR THE OTHERS- Stephen Stills


G(no3)        G7sus4        Fsus2 C/E      C     G(no3)
Round, round, up and down, all along the lonely town
G(no3)     G7sus4     Fsus2  C/E      C              G(no3)
See him sinkin' low, doesn't see the joy there is to know

       F/G C/G         G(no3)
And he cries from the misery
       F/G C/G         G(no3)
And he lies, singin' harmony
       C/G G(no3)
She is gone, there is no tomorrow
      C/G G(no3)           Fsus4       C           G(no3)
It is done, so now he must borrow the life of his brothers
               Fsus2      C          G  C/G G(no3)
And living in sorrow must do for the others

BRIDGE (strum):
Cmaj7/G G(no3)   Cmaj7/G G(no3) D  C  C/G G
Oooh-------      ooooh------

A chill wind hits his face, was that a tear? I thought I saw a trace
Loving people everywhere, where is she? She is not there


INTRO AND ALSO FIRST LINE OF LYRICS: G(no3) G7sus4 Fsus2 C/E C G(no3)E --3-------3-----1-0-----------1-------------------3---3------0------3-|B --------------------1-------------1-----1---1-----3-----------------3-|G ------0-------0-----------0-----0-----0---------0-0-------0-------0---|D ----0-------0-----0-----0---3-------2---------0---------0-------0-----|A ------------------------------------------3---------------------------|E --3-----3------3-----3----------------------------3--------3--------3-|
CHORDS: G(no3) G7sus4 Fsus2 C/E F/G C/G Cmaj7/G C/GE ---3-----1-----1-----0-----1-----0-----0-----3---|B ---3-----1-----1-----1-----1-----1-----0-----1---|G ---0-----0-----0-----0-----2-----0-----0-----0---|D ---0-----0-----3-----2-----3-----2-----2-----2---|A ---x-----x-----x-----x-----3-----3-----3-----x---|E ---3-----3-----x-----x-----3-----3-----3-----3---|
(from Stephen Stills, 1970) (sent by Harlan at
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