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Bridge lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use only, this
is a very good country song recorded by Mel Tillis.
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Brooklyn Bridge Recorded by Mel Tillis Written by Mel Tillis and Wayne P. Walker
C F C Well I had me a girl with the golden curls she vowed to treat me right G7 C F C But here I am and I'm all alone on the Brooklyn Bridge tonight F G7 C On the Brooklyn Bridge tonight
F C A thousand thoughts run through my mind as I watch the city lights G7 C F C My love is gone and I'm all alone on the Brooklyn Bridge tonight F G7 C On the Brooklyn Bridge tonight
F C Well it really has been a blue blue day F C And the water looks cold in the East River Bay F C The water looks cold in East River Bay
F C Standin' by the long steel rail lookin' far below G7 C F C I heard a voice that seemed to say darlin' please don't go F G7 C (Darlin' please don't go)
F C So I hurried home and a waitin' for me standin' by the door G7 C F C I saw the girl with the golden curls she said I'll never leave you no more F G7 C I'll never leave you no more
F C Well it must have been my lucky day F C Cause the water looked cold in the East River Bay F C The water looked cold in the East River Bay
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