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Indian Summer Chords

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Indian Summer

(Al Dubin and Victor Herbert)

  		
Intro: A7 D D6 D B7 Em7 A7 F#m7 B7 Em7 A7/13- D B7 Em7 A7/13- Fdim D 
  
D      Bb9 Em7          A7/13-   D   Bb9  Em7 
Summer,       you old Indian Summer 
           A7              D7M   Fdim        Em7      Edim 
You're the tear that comes after junetime's laughter 
    Em7          A7         A7/13        Bm  Bm7 
You see so many dreams that don't come true 
G         Bm5-/7     E7             A7   Bm5-/7 A7 
Dreams we fashioned when summertime was new 
       A7/13-        D    Bb9 Em7   A7/13-        D    Bb9 Em7 
You are here to watch over        some heart that is broken 
     A7        D6       Fdim    Em7     Edim  G 
By a word that somebody left unspoken 
            A7         D  D6  D   B7   Em7   A7 
You're the ghost of a romance in june going astray 
F#m7        B7    Em7         A7/13- 
Fading too soon, that's why I say 
D    B7  Em7       A7/13- Fdim D 
"Farewell    to you Indian Summer" 

Interlude: A7 D D6 D B7 Em7 A7 F#m7 B7 Em7 A7/13- D B7 Em7 A7/13- Fdim D F#m7 B7 Em7 A7/13- D B7 Em7 A7/13- Fdim   

D      Bb9 Em7          A7/13-   D   Bb9  Em7 
Summer,       you old Indian Summer 
           A7              D7M   Fdim        Em7      Edim 
You're the tear that comes after junetime's laughter 
    Em7          A7         A7/13        Bm  Bm7 
You see so many dreams that don't come true 
G         Bm5-/7     E7             A7   Bm5-/7 A7 
Dreams we fashioned when summertime was new. 
       A7/13-        D    Bb9 Em7   A7/13-        D    Bb9 Em7 
You are here to watch over        some heart that is broken 
     A7        D6       Fdim    Em7     Edim  G 
By a word that somebody left unspoken 
            A7         D  D6  D   B7   Em7   A7 
You're the ghost of a romance in june going astray 
F#m7        B7    Em7         A7/13- 
Fading too soon, that's why I say 
D    B7  Em7       A7/13- Fdim D 
"Farewell    to you Indian Summer" 
	  

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