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Somewhere My Love
"Lara's Theme" from the movie "Dr Zhivago"
Words by Paul Francis Webster, Music by Maurice Jarre - 1965
Verse:----------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
Gm - D7 -
Cm - - -
G7 - Cm -
G7 - Am7 D7
Chorus:--------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
G - - -
- -           Gdim D7 -
Am7 - D7 -
Am7 - G -  (repeat chorus)
Bridge:--------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
C - - -
- - G -
Bb - -
F Bb D7  
Chorus:--------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
G - - -
- -           Gdim D7 -
Am7 - D7 (to ending after repeat)
Am7 - G -  (repeat chorus)
Ending:--------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
Am7 D7 - -
- G - -        (end)
12-beat intro.  Play 3-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
Note:  This song is in 3/4 waltz time. Repeat each chorus, then play the next section as noted.
Each row of chords above, aligns with each row of words below:
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Verse:
Where are the beau - ti - ful days?
Where are the sleigh - rides 'till dawn?
Where are the ten - der, mo - ments of splen - der?
Where have the gone?  Where have they gone?
 
First Chorus:
Some - where my love,
There will be songs to sing,
Al - though the snow,
Cov - ers the hope of spring.
Some - where a hill,
Blos - soms in green and gold,
And there are dreams,
All that your heart can hold.
 
Bridge:
Some - day,
We'll meet a - gain my love,
Some - day,
When - ever the spring breaks through.
 
Second Chorus:
You'll come to me,
Out of the long - a - go,
Warm as the wind,
Soft as the kiss of snow.
'Till then my love,
Think of me now and then,
God speed my love,
 
Ending:
'Till you are mine
A - gain.
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Arranged by Jim Bottorff
 
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