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You Seldom Come To See Me Anymore

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You Seldom Come To See Me Anymore-Johnny McEvoy lyrics and guitar chords. thanks again to Marc Fahrbach for working out the chords.brilliant song and a favorite of mine. Also recorded by Susan McCann.

[G]What's your hurry can't you stay and[Am] pass an [C]hour a[G]way
And[D] we'll sit and dream a [D7]while by cand[G]lelight[D7]
[G]For when the long days over that's the [C]time I fear the[G] most
When I [D]hear your footsteps[D7] fade into the[G] night
You're[C] restless tell me[C7] why there's a[G] teardrop in you're eye
And I've seen it there a[Am7] hundred[G] times be[D]fore
And I [G]know you're going to[G7] leave me and it [C]always[D7] breaks my[G] heart
For you[D] seldom come to[D7] see me any[G] more
I well recalled that day when my ship it sailed away
To a far off distant land across the sea
Where a cruel war was raging where time was standing still
And blind hatred was the order of the day
I know it can't be said for a soldier's wife to hear
How he helped to keep his country proud and free
No ------ or fancy ribbons can ever ease the pain
When he comes back half the man he used to be


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