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Unit Four Plus Two – Concrete & Clay tab
versions of this battled it out on the US charts: one by the composer, Eddie Rambeau, and a cover by the Unit 4+2. This transcription is of the latter, which was probably recorded in C and sped up to Db for the single. "Concrete And Clay" (Eddie Rambeau) Intro: cowbell and finger cymbal [4 bars] G7 / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / Verse 1: G7 You to me C Are sweet as roses in the morning G7 And you to me C F Are soft as summer [unintelligible] in love we share Em That something rare Chorus: Dm The sidewalks in the street G7 C The concrete and the clay beneath my feet Am/E Begins to crumble F G7 But love will never die C Am/E Because we'll see the mountains tumble F G7 Before we say goodbye F My love and I will be E G7/D In love eternally G7 That's the way C Mmm, that's the way it's meant to be Verse 2: All around I see the purple shades of evening And on the ground The shadows fall and once again you're in my arms So tenderly [repeat chorus] Instrumental break: (acoustic guitar solo over verse chords) [repeat chorus] Coda G7 And that's the way C That's the way it's meant to be That's the way (that's the way it's meant to be) Whoa, that's the way That's the way it's meant to be [fade] -- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers