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     C                      F
She was covered in leather and gold
Dm                G 
Twenty one years old
   C              F
I lost her in the cold
    Dm             G
It's unfair, she's out there

C           F         Dm          G 
Somewhere, somewhere, somewhere in Brooklyn
      C           F         Dm          G   
She's somewhere, somewhere, somewhere in Brooklyn

C                   F
Little miss perfect sitting at the train stop
Dm                  G
Red nike high tops listening to hip-hop
C                     F
While we were waiting started conversating
Dm                    G
Before I got her name along came a train

C  F  Dm             G
- uuuuuuuh - next stop Brooklyn
C  F  Dm          G
- uuuuuuuh - now I'm lookin'

        C                      F
She was covered in leather and gold
Dm               G
twenty one years old
      C            F
I lost her in the cold 
     Dm            G
It's unfair, she's out there
  C        F         Dm           G
Somewhere, somewhere, somewhere in Brooklyn
     C           F         Dm           G
She's somewhere, somewhere, somewhere in Brooklyn

C                          F
On the street kickin rocks circling the same block
Dm                  G
Green farm flatbush checking every corner shop
C                          F
Tappin' people's shoulders askin if they know her
Dm                  G
Everyday's the same back to the train

C  F  Dm            G
- uuuuuuuh - next stop Brooklyn
C  F  Dm            G
- uuuuuuuh - I'm still lookin'

        C                      F
She was covered in leather and gold
Dm       G
21 years old
  C               F
I lost her in the cold
      Dm           G
It's unfair, she's out there
C           F        Dm           G
Somewhere, somewhere, somewhere in Brooklyn
      C          F         Dm                 G
She's somewhere, somewhere, somewhere in Brooklyn

C        F
Oh-oh-oh-oh
Dm                 G
I wonder if we'll ever meet again
C        F
Oh-oh-oh-oh
Dm                G             C  F
I wonder we we'll ever meet again
     Dm                G             C  F
Yeah I wonder if we'll ever meet again
Dm           G                   C
I hope we do somewhere in Brooklyn    
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4 Comments

  1. love this song..easiest to play is -3

  2. +2 easiest

  3. this is so good !!

  4. lucylovesheruke

    Tranpose -3 is easy

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