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Lyr Req/ADD: Thursday (from Jim Croce)

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songs2play 20 Apr 02 - 04:54 AM
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Subject: Night time lover
From: songs2play
Date: 20 Apr 02 - 04:54 AM

Can anyone help me find a song which has the lyrics - something like-

"Well it started out just like a dream and like a dream it had to end.." "You were looking for a night time lover and I was looking for a friend........"

All I remember sorry


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Night time lover
From: GUEST,paul
Date: 20 Apr 02 - 06:32 AM

sounds like an old Jim Crocé number.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Night time lover
From: songs2play
Date: 22 Apr 02 - 05:19 AM

Nice one Paul and George - why do those names ring a bell (Where's Ringo and John ?) As the writer intro to the song says - "WHY THURSDAY?" Thanks again George.


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Subject: ADDPOP: Thursday (from Jim Croce)
From: Joe Offer
Date: 18 Sep 12 - 12:36 AM

# This  is  a  very  fine  country tune by Croce (I'm assuming he wrote it
# himself). Hope I got everything correct. PLEASE: if a better guitarist
# than I would figure out a) the picking pattern and b) why it is called
# "Thursday" :-) I would love to hear about it. All your comments, flames
# and/or suggestions should be sent to bo@bikerider.com - Enjoy! Bo.


                        THURSDAY - Jim Croce

        C
Well it started out just like a dream
    F
and like a dream I knew that
       G                C
what we had would have to end.
                   F
I was looking for a night time lover
      G                      C
(and) you were looking for a friend.


[bridge]

Am                        Em
Someone to be there after all your night time lovers
    F                  G
had gone to where they came.
Am                      D
Someone who knew the way and help to play
             G
your day time games.

F       N.C.            Am                G
        It's not the same.


       C                              
Well I started out pretending
         F
that I'd come to mean enough to you
   G                C
to make you want to change.
                            F
Then I came to realise that there was just too much of you
    G          C
you had to rearrange


Am                                       Em
And I couldn't bear to wait around for all your
                     F                G
night time lovers to go to where they came
Am
and then it came to hurt too much to me
       D                  G
to help to play your day time games

F       N.C.            Am                G
       No one's to blame


        C
Well it started out just like a dream
    F
and like a dream I knew that
       G                C
what we had would have to end.
                   F
I was looking for a night time lover
      G                      Am
(and) you were looking for a friend.

F                   C          Am
I was looking for a night time lover
      G                      C               F            C
(and) you were looking for a friend.


Source: http://www.cowboylyrics.com/tabs/croce-jim/thursday-6837.html


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Subject: RE: req/ADD: Thursday (from Jim Croce)
From: Bugsy
Date: 18 Sep 12 - 01:43 AM

THanks for that Joe.

Cheers
Bugsy


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