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Places In My Past
(James Taylor) (c)1971

Cmaj9 - - - F/G - - -
Cmaj9 Am7, Am7 Em7 F
There are ladies in my life
Dm7 F/G Cmaj9
Lovely ladies in these lazy days
Am7 Cmaj9 D7
And though I never took a wife
G Dm7 Fmaj7 Em7 F F/G
May I say that I have loved me one or two

Cmaj9 Am7, Am7 Em7 F
Of the people in my past
Dm7 F/G Cmaj9
Fading fac-es in a waking dream
Am7 Cmaj9 D7 G
And though they never seemed to last very long
Dm7 Fmaj7 Em7
There are faces I remem-ber
F F/G Cmaj9
>From the places in my past
F Dm7 G/A
I said, all the dead-head miles
Dm7 G
And the insincere smiles
Em7 Am7 Em7 F Dm7 F/G G
Sometimes I can laugh and cry and I can't remember why
Am Em7 F F/G
But I still love those
Cmaj9 Am7, Am7 Em7 F
good times gone by
Dm7 F/G Cmaj9
Hold on to them close or let them go
Am7 Cmaj9 D7
I don't know
G Dm7
I just seem to sing these songs
Fmaj7 Em7 F F/G Cmaj9 - - -
And say I'm sorry for the friends I used to know
F/G - - - Cmaj9 - - - F/G - - - Cmaj9




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