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Eric Clapton - Thorn Tree In the Garden

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#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #


Emaj7                                       F#m/E
There's a thorn tree in the garden, if you know just what I mean
      Emaj7                               F#m/E
And I hate to hurt your feelings but its not the way it seems
          Emaj7     F#m/E  Emaj7  F#m/E
'Cause I miss her

           Emaj7                          F#m/E
She's the only girl I've cared for, the only one I've known
     Emaj7                        F#m/E
And no one ever shared more love than we've known
       Emaj7    E7
And I miss her

But it all seems so strange to see
That she'd never turn her back on me
 A          B7              E7
And leave without a last goodbye
And if she winds up walking the streets
Loving every other man she meets
 A                           B7
Who'll be the one to answer why?
                                    Emaj7  E7  A  Am  E
Lord, I hope it's not me, it's not me

           Emaj7                      F#m/E
And if I never see her face again, I never hold her hand
    Emaj7                           F#m/E
And if she's in somebody's arms, I know I'll understand
       Emaj7        E7     A              Am  E Emaj7
But I miss that girl   I still miss that girl
          A       Am     E   Emaj7  A  Am E
Maybe someday soon, someway

Emaj7: 0 2 2 4 4 4
F#m/E: 0 4 4 2 2 2

NOTE: Obviously, there are two guitars playing.  The other one is
hitting the same four harmonics over and over.

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