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Thread #86736   Message #3146426
Posted By: GUEST,Mike
02-May-11 - 09:47 AM
Thread Name: Chord Req: Morning Side of the Mountain (T Edwards
Subject: RE: Chord Req: Morning Side of the Mountain (T Edwards
I'm not sure these are the right chords but it works for me. I believe he modulates (vocally--no chord) on the first line of the bridge to the key of F and to the key of G in the second line.


The Morning Side Of The Mountain

C            Dm    G7              C                              
There was a girl, there was a boy        
            Dm                        G7                     C C7
If they had met they might have found a world of joy
      
F                                             C    Am   
But she lived on the morning side of the mountain           
    C                    Dm                         C
And he lived on the twilight side of the hill

They never met, they never kissed           
And they will never know what happiness they missed
For she lived on the morning side of the mountain   
And he lived on the twilight side of the hill

(NC)            C7                      F                                
For love's a rose that never grows                
            C7                        F
Without the kiss of the morning dew
(NC)           D7                    G                                
And every Jack must have a Jill                        
            D7                                 G   G7
To know the thrill of a dream that comes true


And you and I are just like they                                
For all we know our love is just a kiss away
But you are on the morning side of the mountain        
And I am on the twilight side of the hill

For love's a rose that never grows                        
Without the kiss of the morning dew
And every Jack must have a Jill                        
To know the thrill of a dream that comes true

And you and I are just like they                        
For all we know our love is just a kiss away
But you are on the morning side of the mountain        
And I am on the twilight side of the h