Аккорды The Traveling Wilburys - Maxine

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Intro: G D G G G D G G G D G G G D G G

        C              D           G   G
It was raining in the morning of November
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She was loading up the wagon in the rain
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Said she'd be back in the morning
         G          D            G  G
But she never came through here again

     C      D       G   G
I'd see her in the market
     C         D       G  G
She never had much to spend
       G        D           G          Em
These days the market's an old parking lot
         C          D            G
And she never came through here again

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Maxine Maxine Maxine

C           D              G    G
Time plays tricks on your memory
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Its been a long weekend
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She said she'd be back here by Monday
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But she never came through here again

      C     D      G   G
Some say a saucer landed
     C       D        G G
And someone took her in
      G        D      G                 Em
They found her blue seraph here on the ground
         C          D            G  
And she never came through here again.

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Maxine Maxine Maxine Maxine

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   C        D       G  G
I bought a tabloid paper
         C      D     G
She was rumored to be in
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Was a photo of a woman on a llama
         G          D             G  G
But she never came through here again

C       D          G    G
And if you should see her
C           D      G  G
She may be old by then
C                D            G       Em
Tell her that I miss her and ask her when
       C           D            G
She's ever coming through here again

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Maxine Maxine Maxine Maxine

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