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Brandy

Intro:  C#m7  B  A  Bsus4  
  
Amaj7 E	    F#m   Bsus4  
To Di To Di To Di To Di  
  
Verse 1:  
  
          E  G#m   F#m G#m  C#m7  
Theres a port on a western bay  
       F#m A           D         A  
And it serves a hundred ships a day  
          E   G#m    F#m G#m  C#m7  
Lonely sailors pass the time aWay  
    F#m    A       E  
And talk about their homes  
  
Verse 2: 

          E  G#m   F#m G#m  C#m7  
Theres a girl in this harbor town 
       F#m A           D        A               
And she works laying whiskey down 
          E   G#m    F#m G#m   C#m7		  
They say Brandy, fetch another round  
    F#m    A       E  
She serves them whisky and wine  
The sailors say...  
  
C#m7    B        A	    C#m7    B      A  
Brandy, you're a fine girl (You're a fine girl)  
B      B4          B     A  
What a good wife you would be such a fine girl  
Bsus4                  B  
Your eyes could steal a sailor from the sea  
  
Amaj7 E	    F#m   Bsus4  
To Di To Di To Di To Di  
  
Verse 3:
  
       E  G#m   F#m G#m  C#m7   
Brandy wears a braided chain 
       F#m A           D         A  
Made of finest silver from the north of Spain 
    E   G#m    F#m G#m   C#m7			 
A locket that bears the name 
F#m A           D         A 
of the man that Brandy loves 

 E  G#m   F#m G#m   C#m7  
He came on a summers day 
     F#m A      D         A  
bearing gifts from far away 
     E  G#m   F#m G#m  C#m7 
But he made it clear he couldnt stay 
 F#m    A       E  
The harbor was his home...  
  
 
  
C#m7    B        A	    C#m7    B      A  
Brandy, you're a fine girl (You're a fine girl)  
B      B4          B     A  
What a good wife you would be (such a fine girl)  
        Bsus4                  B  
But my life, my lover, my lady is the sea  
  
Amaj7 E	    F#m   Bsus4  
To Di To Di To Di To Di  
  


Bridge:
  
C#m7           B  
Brandy used to watch his eyes  
A               B  
As he told his sailor stories  
C#m7           B  
he could feel the ocean fall and rise  
A              B  
She saw its raging glory  
    C#m7          D  
But he had always told the truth  
   C#m7          A  
Lord he was an honest man  
     Bsus4          B  
And Brandy does her best to understand  
  
Amaj7 E	    F#m   Bsus4  
To Di To Di To Di To Di  
  
Verse 4:
  
          E  G#m   F#m G#m  C#m7          
At night when the bars close down  
       F#m A           D         A  
Brandy walks through a silent town 
          E  G#m   F#m G#m  C#m7 		  
She loves a man who's not around  
         F#m    A       E  
She still can hear him say  

She hears him say...  
  

  
C#m7    B        A	    C#m7    B      A  
Brandy, you're a fine girl (You're a fine girl)  
B      B4          B     A  
What a good wife you would be (such a fine girl)  
Bsus4                  B  
But my life, my lover, my lady is the sea  
  
Amaj7 E	    F#m   Bsus4  
To Di To Di To Di To Di  
  

  
C#m7    B        A	    C#m7    B      A  
Brandy, you're a fine girl (You're a fine girl)  
B      B4          B     A  
What a good wife you would be (such a fine girl)  
Bsus4                  B  
But my life, my lover, my lady is the sea 
  
Amaj7 E	    F#m   Bsus4 
To Di To Di To Di To Di (3x)

  
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