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And Lovin' You

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A C D Bm E7 A C A That cold Chicago wind is howlin' down the street, Dm Dm/C The rain has turned to sleet. Bm7b5 E Bm7b5 E If I decide to go, it will commence to snow. A It's overdue. D A C#m 'Twas on a night like this, you blew in through my door. C#m7b5 F# Bm I asked for kindness, and you gave me that and more. Bm7b5 E7 A F# You'd taught me how to do the things that lovers do, Bm E7 A Like comin' through, and lovin' you.

I've got my banjo tuned, but now I've lost the band;
I must have missed a turn.
I never learn, it seems; my music is my dreams -
It's what I do.
They closed the hall, and put away the microphone.
I'm all alone and idly scratchin' at the strings,
And then my banjo sings, as banjos often do,
Of comin' through, and lovin' you.

We heard John Lennon play; he sang Norwegian Wood.
We thought he hung the moon.
The sunlight on your floor; you didn't work till four
That afternoon.
You took a stranger to an unfamiliar shore,
Another country where he'd never been before.
You taught him how to do the things that lovers do,
Like comin' through, and lovin' you.
Like comin' through, and lovin' you.

(Music by Bob Gibson; Words by Tom Paxton, 1981)

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