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Margarita chords by Iain Mackintosh

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Verse 1:
		    Em chord diagramEmEm
They’re playing our song, Margarita.
	      D chord diagramDD
Dance it this last time with me.
 	    Em chord diagramEmEm
It won’t be long, Margarita –
          D chord diagramDD
soon I’ll be overseas.
       Gaug
Let me know that you’ll care
	  Cm chord diagramCmCm
when I’ve gone over there.
		    D chord diagramDD/F# chord diagramF#F#
They’re playing our song, Margarita.
	      G chord diagramGG
Dance it this last time with me.


Verse 2 (same):
Kiss me again, Margarita.
Give me a memory of you.
They say in France, Margarita,
one more push, we’ll be through.
Yes, I’ll write, but where from?
All they’ll say will be “The Somme.”
Kiss me again, Margarita.
Give me a memory of you.

Chorus:
           C chord diagramCC
It’s a new world, Margarita,
           G chord diagramGG
that we’ll build when it’s through.
	   C chord diagramCC
In our new world, Margarita,
         D chord diagramDD
we’ll be wed, me and you.


Verse 3:

My old great aunt Margarita
(she’d been blind thirty years)
would tell us of young Margarita,
of her man and her tears.
She would say, “He was tall,
that’s his picture on the wall.”
My old great aunt Margarita,
she’d been blind thirty years,

verse 4:

and she would ask, “Is he smiling?”
I would stare at the frame,
but the sun was there shining
through her window again.
Where the sun always shone
he had faded and gone.
When she would ask, “Is he smiling?”
I would say, “He’s the same”




Chorus:
           C chord diagramCC
It’s a new world, Margarita,
           G chord diagramGG
that we’ll build when it’s through.
           C chord diagramCC
In our new world, Margarita,
         D chord diagramDD
we’ll be wed, me and you.



To verse 1, repeat last two lines of it.

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