• Song:


  • Artist:

    Mary Hopkin

  • Album:

    [non-album tracks]

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This is Mary Hopkinsā€™s Goodbye. When you play, you want to be sure to have a
capo on the 4th or 5th fret. They both sound good, though. If you want to do it
like Paul McCartney did for the acetate demo, do not use a capo. It is also
easier to sing it with no capo. If you feel that there are any corrections, feel
free to correct. Enjoy!

Paul McCartney 

C (x32010@1)                           Em (022000@1)   AmPlease (x02210@1)don't make me wait too late tomorrow comes 
F (133211@1)               G (320003@1)     C (x32010@1)  GAnd (320003@1)I will not be late
C (x32010@1)                   Em (022000@1)    AmLate (x02210@1)to day when it becomes tomorrow I will
F (133211@1)      G (320003@1)    C (x32010@1)    FLeave (133211@1)to go a-way

G (320003@1)       
GGoodbye, (320003@1)Goodbye, my love, Goodbye

C (x32010@1)                       Em (022000@1)    AmSongs (x02210@1)that lingered on my lips excite me now 
    F (133211@1)          G (320003@1)     C (x32010@1) GAnd (320003@1)linger on my mind
C (x32010@1)                      Em (022000@1)      AmLeave (x02210@1)your flowers at my door I'll leave them for
F (133211@1)         G (320003@1)     C (x32010@1)      FThe (133211@1)one who waits behind

GGoodbye...Goodbye... (320003@1)GGoodbye, (320003@1)Goodbye, my love, Goodbye

C (x32010@1)               Em (022000@1)    AmFar (x02210@1)away my lover sings a lonely song
    F (133211@1)             G (320003@1)   C (x32010@1)  GAnd (320003@1)calls me to her side
C (x32010@1)                     Em (022000@1)   AmWhen (x02210@1)the song of lonely love invites me on 
  F (133211@1)     G (320003@1)    C (x32010@1)       FI (133211@1)must go to her side

GGoodbye...Goodbye... (320003@1)GGoodbye, (320003@1)Goodbye, my love, Goodbye

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