Аккорды Grover Anderson - Boulder

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[Intro]
C Am C Am

[Refrain]
C                                                            Am
It's much warmer these days, don't know what happened to spring
C                                                          Am
We're all perspiring but there's something chilly in my veins
G                                               F
Here I am in California, thinking of Boulder again

C Am C Am

[Verse 1]
C
She left Sacramento in '52, her daddy got a job back at CU,
Am
And he bought a house of Fifth and Arapahoe
C
I was eighteen, such a reckless child, and those hazel eyes just drove me wild,
Am
So I kept my promise to follow her where she'd go
G                             F
I got a job down in the mine, smutched my fingers trying to make hers shine
G                                   F
On New Year's Eve I held her tight, asked her to be my heart and life
C                                  Am
On the first of '53 her daddy said no
G
Sent her off to Massachusetts, some women's school
F
Later that year the coal mine blew
C                                   Am
So I went back to family in Sacramento

C Am C Am

[Verse 2]
C
The night before we said goodbye I swore to wait and she swore to try
Am
And we made love on the old Chautauqua Green
C
I got her letters and she got mine, twice a week then one at a time
Am
There was nothing longer than the days between
G                                 F
She wrote of professors, friends, the Harvard mixer ball
G                              F
Summer came and I needed work, I couldn't visit her at all
C                                             Am
Then I got a letter in '55, it killed me to read
G                                            F
"He'll never take your place in my heart but this can never be
G                                            F
"Sending love from coast to coast is only fantasy
C                              G   F        C
"But we'll always have Boulder, September '53"

C Am C Am

[Verse 3]
C
She got married, had a kid and died between June '57 and May '65
Am
And I still got that ring in my billfold
C
I never wed, though I had the chance, but I learned guitar and I learned to dance
Am
And a fella gets enough to satisfy his soul
G                              F
But here in Angels City, summertime lasts half the year
G                                     F
And it's never more than sixty in the memories I hold dear
C                                                Am
And she used to tell me that she'd hate getting old
G                                          F
So each summer night when I close my eyes, pray when I go my soul survives
C                             Am
And we'll together face the cold

C Am C Am

[Refrain]
C                                                            Am
It's much warmer these days, don't know what happened to spring
C                                                          Am
We're all perspiring but there's something chilly in my veins

[Outro]
C Am C Am  
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