Artist The Doors
Album The Doors
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           Dbm          Abm
Before you slip into unconsciousness, 
    Gbm            Dbm
I'd like to have another kiss
 Db      Dbm   Gb   Ab         Db
Another flashing chance at bliss,
 B      Db      B      Db
another kiss, another kiss 

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    Dbm                   Abm
The days are bright, and filled with pain, 
  Gbm               Dbm
enclose me in your gentle rain 
    Db        Dbm  Gb    Ab     Db
The time you ran was too insane, 
      B     Db           B     Db
we'll meet again, we'll meet again 


    Dbm                 Abm
Oh, tell me where your freedom lies, 
    Gbm                      Dbm
the streets are fields that never die 
  Db     Dbm Gb    Ab       Db
Deliver me from reasons why, 
      B      Db        B      Db
you'd rather cry, I'd rather fly 


    Dbm              Abm
The crystal ship is being filled 
  Gbm                Dbm
a thousand girls, a thousand thrills
  Db       Dbm   Gb  Ab          Db
a million ways to spend your time
     B      Db          B      Db
When we get back, I'll drop a line 
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