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It Might As Well Be Spring Chords

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It Might As Well Be Spring

  		

Introdução: A7 D6 D Em7 Em7sus4 G/B D 

A7      D6  D      Em7  Em4/7     G/B   D 
I'm as restless as a willow  in a windstorm, 
A7     D6   D         D7M      D7 
I'm as jumpy  as a puppet on a string; 
   G         A7       Bm   Bm7     G     A7     F#7   B7  G A7 
I'd say that I had spring fever, but I know it isn't Spring. 
A7   D6      D   Em7   Em4/7         G/B D 
I am starryeyed and vaguely discontented, 
A7      D6    D    D    D7M     D7 
Like a nightingale without a song to sing; 
     G             A7        Bm     Bm7         G   A7    D 
Oh, why should I have Spring fever, when it isn't even Spring? 

Bridge:
 
G      A7        F#m       Bm7 
I keep wishing I were somewhere else, 
G/B         A7   A7/13-       D 
Walking down a strange new street, 
G       A7           F#m        Bm7 
Hearing words that I have never heard 

     G           A7     D 
From a girl I've yet to meet. 
A7     D6    D   Em7   Em4/7     G/B     D 
I'm as busy as a spider spinning daydreams, 
A7     D6   D       D7M      D7 
I'm as giddy as a baby on a swing; 
  G            A7       Bm       Bm7         G   A7     F#7 
I haven't seen a crocus or a rosebud, or a robin on the wing, 
       E7      A7          G/B      A7 
But I feel so gay, in a melancholy way,  
     D       Bm7      E7    Edim 
That it might as well be Spring, 
   D    Bm7  Em7  A7   D 
It might as well be Spring. 
	  

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