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D (xx0232@1)           G (320003@1)   A (x02220@1)         G (320003@1)      D (xx0232@1)Shall I compare thee    to a summer's day?
               Em (022000@1)G (320003@1)       A (x02220@1)       D (xx0232@1) 
Thou art more lovely    and more temperate:
                 G (320003@1)                         D (xx0232@1) 
Rough winds do shake    the darling buds of may,
              Em (022000@1)           G (320003@1)              D (xx0232@1)And summer's lease      hath all too short a date:

A (x02220@1)                          BmSometime (x24432@1)too hot        the eye of heaven shines,
          E (022100@1)                                A (x02220@1)And often is            his gold complexion dimm'd;

G (320003@1)    A (x02220@1)                  G (320003@1)     D (xx0232@1)And every fair          from fair sometime declines,
              Em (022000@1)  G (320003@1)   A (x02220@1)               D (xx0232@1) 
By chance or nature's   changing course untrimm'd;

A (x02220@1)                         BmBut (x24432@1)thy eternal summer  shall not fade
             E (022100@1)                           A (x02220@1)Nor lose possession     of that fair thou owest;

G (320003@1)                           DNor (xx0232@1)shall death brag    thou wander'st in his shade,
        Em (022000@1)     G (320003@1)                   DWhen (xx0232@1)in eternal lines   to time thou growest:

A (x02220@1)                                 BmSo (x24432@1)long as men can breathe or eyes can see,
                G (320003@1)      A (x02220@1)                DSo (xx0232@1)long lives this and this gives life to thee
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