Sweet Caroline

Artist: Neil Diamond (English)
User: jmhuelga
Duration: 180 seconds
Delay: 20 seconds
Chord names: Default
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May 30, 2019, 12:50 PM

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Artist: Neil Diamond
Song: Sweet Caroline

CAPO II

(Intro)
 E7     E9     E9(sus4E9(sus4)

 A              D     
 Where it began,  I can't begin to knowing
 A                            E
  But then I know it's growing strong
 A                  D
  Was in the spring,  then spring became the summer?
 A                                 E
   Who'd have believe you'd come along?

 A         F#m/A
 Hands,       touching hands
 E             D                      E   Esus4 E
  Reaching out, touching me, touching you

 A         D                                 E
Sweet Caroline,    good times never seemed so good
 A           D                              E 
I've been inclined,   to believe they never would
 D   C#m   Bm
But  now   I'm

 A                  D                              
  Look at the night,  and it don't seem so lonely
 A                        E
  We fill it up with only two
 A                D                                                         
  And when I hurt,  hurting runs off my shoulder                       
 A                            E
  How can I hurt when holding you?

 A         F#m/A
 Warm,       touching warm
 E             D                      E  Esus4 E
 Reaching out,  touching me, touching you

 A         D                                 E
Sweet Caroline,    good times never seemed so good
 A          D                               E 
I've been inclined,   to believe they never would
 D   C#m   Bm
Oh   lord  no

(Interlude)
 E7     E9     E9(sus4)

 A        D                                 E
Sweet Caroline,    good times never seemed so good
 A          D                               E 
I've been inclined,   to believe they never would

 A        D                                 E
Sweet Caroline,    good times never seemed so good
 A          D                               E 
I've been inclined,   to believe they never would
 E    Esus4   E    A
Sweet  Ca  -  ro - line,





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