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Mimi Farina & Tom Jans - In The Quiet Morning (Chord)
Submitter: cotswoldkid (0) on 2/23/18
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In The Quiet Morning.
Mimi Farina & Tom Jans.
Album: Take Heart.

Mimi Farina wrote this for Janis Joplin, 
after her passing. Mimi Farina sister to
Joan Baez passed in 2001. Below some Chords 
may just be notes.

Intro: Gmaj7 D7 Gmaj7 D7
Gmaj7                
In the quiet morning, 
          D     Gmaj7  D
There was much despair,
G                             D
And in the hours that followed, 
Gmaj7        D Gmaj7 
No one could repair,

Am        
That poor girl, tossed by the tides of misfortune,
Am
Barely here to tell her tale, rolled in on a sea of disaster,
       D7                D
Rolled out on a mainline rail.

G
She once walked right at my side, I'm sure she walked by you,
    Am                             D
Her striding steps could not deny, torment from a child who knew,
G                        
That in the quiet morning,
G                     
There would be despair,
G                            
And in the hours that followed,
G
No one could repair,

Am
That poor girl, she cried out her song so loud,
Am
It was heard the whole world round, a symphony of violence,
    D               Am7  D
The great southwest unbound,
G               
La la la la la la la la la,
D      G                 
La la, la la la la la la la, 
Am          Em   Am
La la la la la la la la la,
Gmaj7          
La la la la la, 

Break: G G6 Gmaj7 G6 Am7 D/E G6 Am D Gmaj7 G6
G                  
In the quiet morning,
          D7   G
There was much despair,
D7  G      D7         G
And in the hours that followed,
G
No one could repair,

Am
That poor girl, tossed by the tides of misfortune,
Am
Barely here to tell her tale, rolled in on a sea of disaster,
       D7                G
Rolled out on a mainline rail.

 
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