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Love Is The Tender Trap

Introd: B7 E6 Fdim F#m7   B7 

B7    E6                          Fdim 
Ya see a pair of laughing eyes, 
    F#m7                    B7 
And suddenly you're sighing sighs. 
You're thinkin' nothin's wrong, 
    A              Am7        C#7    F#7 
You string along, boy, then SNAP! 
Fdim      A    C#7    Am7  
  Those  eyes, those sighs,  
Fdim      A           Am7  Cdim   E 
They're  part of the tender    trap. 
B7          E6                               Fdim     
You're hand in hand beneath the trees, 
    F#m7                        B7 
And soon there's music in the breeze. 
You're actin' kind of smug 
   A             Am7       C#7   F#7 
Until your heart just goes WHAP! 
Fdim      A    C#7    Am7  
 Those  trees, that  breeze,  
Fdim    A   Am7    B7   Cdim   E 
 They're  part of the tener trap. 
E            E7      A              Am7/13  Cdim     C#m 
Some starry night, when her kisses make you tingle, 
C#7              A               Am7/6    Cdim    C#7   F#7 Cdim  B7  
She'll hold you tight and you'll hate yourself for    being    single. 
B7   E6                   Fdim 
And all at once it seems so nice, 
    F#m7                         B7 
The folks are throwin' shoes and rice. 
     E7/9                  A          Am7    C#7   F#7 
You hurry to a spot that's just a dot on the map. 
   Fdim            A            C#7         Am7  
You wonder how,  but it's too  late now  
Fdim    A      Am7     B7       Cdim    B7   E 
You    fell in love and love is the tener trap.  
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