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fine, — on Cloud Nine. Let me tell you a — bout Cloud Nine._ Cloud

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Nine, you can be what you wan - na be (Cloud Nine) You ain’t got no re -

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spon—si—bil—i —ty, and ev— try man,_ ev— ‘ry man is free (Cloud Nine) And you’re a mu—lion miles

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from re—al— i— ty. I wan—na say I love the life I live,_

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And I’m gon— na live the life_ I_ love up here on Cloud Nine._

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I’m rid—ing high

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bird in flighL (Cloud 4ine) There’s no dif-f’rence be-tween day and night_- (Cloud Nine) It’s a world of love_

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— and liar—mo-ny (Cloud Nine) You’re a mil - lion miles from re—al-i -ty. Cloud

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from re - al - I - ty. (Cloud Nine) (Cloud

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The Love You Save

THE CORPORATION

Moderately fast

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save me— When
Stop! You’d bet-ter save_ me Stop, stop,- stop_you’d bet—ter

0 Em
-4 C Am

JIITUI i~ Ji i~J ~ -l~Lr~ fad— you


be but chas-in’ boys was just_ a
playedtag In grade_school- you want-ed to
it __-
we When Ben-jie held your hand_ he felt
tree—
Is - sac said he kissed you — be-neath the ap-ple

0 0
Am

crossedyOur heart~you’d cut —


E — lec—tri — ci—ty___---—

Chorus:
C___ Bm Am7G 0
Bm Em

~iflb~L~
same old thing— Stop! the love you save may be your
just like back in grade- school you’re do-in’ that
pherdis—cov ered you’re way a-head_ of your time —
Chris—to — —

C Bm Am (0)
07 Em Em
Am (Em) C
fl~
be all a lone— Bet — ter
Oar -ha, take it slow,— or some-thy you’H —

own

Bm Em
Am (Bm) C

-r ~J ~ H r r r r ~j Li LI
you’re
own Oar hin’, look both ways be -fore you cross me,
stop! The loveyoti save may be your
-

A A,
013 E
C Bm 4 0 4 E E “E

I’m the one_you need— Those


head-in’ for a dan—ger zone I’m the one_ who loves you

Ave.. Detroit, Mich330


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A~,
£ E £ ‘E E
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‘P r I” r rj r ~ ir ~—rrJrr r
soon as they suc—ceed They’ll ruin your rep u - ta—tion They’ll
o — ther guys_ will put you down — as -

D. sjgaz
Av Ay A, C, Coda
E ‘E E E ‘E E £ “E /0

ç lab-el you_ a
~j~r
flirt_
i
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The way they talk a- bout_ you,
) ~Thi
they’ll turn yourname to dirt... Oh,
r
4 E E £ E

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Hold on Hold on Hold on Hold on

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“5” is for “save_ it” “T” is for “take.— It slow” “0” is for “Oh— no”

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“P” is for “please, please_don’t go” The love you save may be.- your own Some-day you may beaU.- a -

C,~ Chorus:
Bin Em CBmAm. ID 0 C AmBmC 07

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ba by_........ oo You’d bet-ter Stop! The loveyou save maybe your own Oar -lin’, take it
lone Stop it, - -

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slow,_ or some-day you’ll be all a — lone....... I’m the one... who loves you

Repeat and fade

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I’m the one_ you need_ Those o - therguys_ wlllput you down_ as soon aa they suc-ceed Bet-tar
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The Tears Of A Clown Words and Music by
HENRY COSBY
WILLIAM ROBINSON
STEVIE WONDER
Moderately c F

F F C F

F BL’ F F
B6 F C
a ——

• (_.~ I—
— ~sss — - — — - — — _.: -

SW— —_______ — — w

Oh, sad - derthan sad,— You’re gone


sion. Real — ly, I’m sad,—.— needyou so, I’m hurt
-

de-cid - ed to go. Oh, I ...__ —


you
____

F F C F
C
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if
the tears — of a clown, When there’s no - one a - round._

Cd 0

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Now, if I ap - pear..

(S

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C
r—
F El’ F C F BI’ F

) -ing in the pub


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lie eye,_
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a-

lone
I
a-

ly room_

F
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the tears_

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of a

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s—F.
clown when there’s no — one a — round,_ Oh, — yeah, ba -

S 0

C F F
C F BL’ F
A

by. — Now, if there’s a smile — up-on my


.4;
face,_ don’t let_

C,
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F F

Woodward Ave., Ettroit, Mich.


Copyright © 1967, 1970 JOBETE MUSIC CO.,INC. .2457
Made In U.S.A. All Rights Reserved
International Copyright Secured

If I Were Your Woman WordsandMuSic.bY


‘LA VERNE WARE
PAM SA~ER
CLAY MCMURRAY
Moderately Bk/F
Gm Edim

C m7 Gm

Gm

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277

EL,m Gm

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worn - an. If I were your vom — an, and you were my

E6/B6 %Gm -

man.
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Urn, ba- — by.

rap

Life_ is
~

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so era
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un’,
zy,

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Edirn Bb/F
r—

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says you’re_ noth— ing at — all. But, I’ll pick you up, dar — ling,
a love is un — kind. Be—cause she came first, dar — ling,

I I ~

Cm7
07

~ ~‘•‘~ .~ ~

when she lets you fall. You’re_ like a dia — rnond


will she hang on your mind? You’i a part of me,

Gm To Coda

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but she treats you like glass. Yet you beg — her — to love — you,
and you don’t e -. yen know -it.
--

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but,
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me you don’t
r ~

ask. —
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[ r were your
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yarn - an, 11 I were your
aptj Put
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279
Here Comes The Judge Words and Music by
BILLIE JEAN BROWN
SUZANNE de PASSE
FREDERICK LONG
Talk: Hear ye! Hearye!
The court’s in session,
The court’s in session.
Now here comes the judge,
Here comes the judge.
Moderately fast blues

~ r r I

1. Here Comes The Judge, Here Comes The Judge,_ Here Comes The
2. (Here Comes The Judge, Here Comes The Judge,..... Here Comes The

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To Coda

A
Judge y’all, Here domes The Judge.__ Stop eat - In’ that
Judge . y’all, Here Comes The Judge.__

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fudge, ‘cause Here_Comes The Judge,.... don’t no-bod- y budge,..— ‘Cause Here_ Comes The
sPok~ees;elorder order. What’s the first case on the docket? Judge, I got a boy here

H I ~ J

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Judge._ Judge Shbrt-y is pre— aid - ing to — day and he don’t take_ no sttff_
who can’t dance. Can’t dance? Alt. . . . Ninety days. Thirty days for

~ J~ .J h~
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280

07 P7
Cl P7

II

way........._ Hey boy,_ take off_ that hat_


learn how to Siting - a - ling

14
Cl
C7 F?

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P11 E~’ P11 (GBass~ C7
C7
I -
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in sea sion, or der in the court now,


I’m here to tell you; Court’s — —
now,
Court’s in ses — slot, ev — ‘ry — hod — y quiet
What’s this?

° 4 4
C 07 G7
E6~ - (GBass)

P~ [~ ‘LI-Cs ~ r
ml

(Here Comes The Judge, Here Comes The Judge.)


Here Comes mc
courts in ses—sion, can’t no—bod—y smoke now.

-r
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281

No, your honor. Does he look like


vs
the man? No, your honor.
3
Well, I’m sorry you gol

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to go now. Then, ab, ab, You can’t recognize the man you got to go. (Stand guilty) Here Comes The

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Coda C7
C?

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Yes, Here Comes The Judge,.... They’ve caught ‘im stomp—in’ down the aisle.- Yea, Here Comes The

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Judge._ I’d rath—er be lost in the jun— gle of Bra — zil......... than to face.....

I .Ij .1 JJj
Repeat for fade

r~ ~ rT~~Jt~’ ;brJi[~rE ~ r ~
— the judge this morn-ing the way he feE Here Comes mell Judge...._ Here Comes The

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282
You Keep Me Hangin’ On
Words and Music by
EDDIE HOLLAND
LAMONT DOZIER
BRIAN HOLLAND

Moderately

Em? Am(F Bass) Am(E Bass)


Em

Em? Am(F Bass) Am


A Em (EBass)

Am(F Bass) Am
Em Em7 (E Bass)
A
A — I

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but You Keep_ Me Hang in’ On.
You don’t_ real- ly need...... me
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you just keep_ me hang in’ on.


You do&t_ real- ly want— me
-

..........._
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Michigan
OCopyright 1966 by Jobete Music Company, Inc., 2457 Woodward Ave., Detroit,
International Copyright Secured Made in U.S.A. All Rights Reserved
283

I’.
B~(CBass) F C

~ D ~.

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Why do_ you keep a corn—in’ a — round play - ing with my heart?_

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B6(CBass) F C (EBass)

‘4 ~i~fljJ 13 .1-:: J.
- Why don’C cha get out_ of my life . and let me make a new start ?_

I I I I I I I

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Let me get o - ver you the way you’ve got- ten o - ver me.

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I 2. B6(C Bass) F C

4 ~~ ~
You say...Z al — though_ we broke up ..._. you still wan—na be just friends,

I I I~I I I I I Till

EI’(CBass) . A

4
But how can we still_be ‘friends....., when seé—ing you on ly breaks my heart a’— giin._
my a
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A Em Em? Am(FBass) Am(Eflass)

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Why don’t_cM be a man a — bout_ it - and set_ me free, Now

U
A Em Em7 Am(F Bass) Am(E Bass)

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you don’t_ care a thing a —bout me You’re just us — ing me, Boy,

J.
A Em Em7 Am(F Bass) Am(E Bass)

get out,_ get out — ta my life and let me sleep at night,

‘~
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A Em Em7 Am(F Bass) Am(E Bass)

.4 z~N
‘Cause you don’t_ real—ly love — me, You just me hang— ing on.
-- —

fo.deaAwaY Am(EBass) Em F Am

‘Cause you don’t_ real—ly need_ me,......_ So let me be, set me free.
286
Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I’m YoursWords and Music by
L. HARDAWAY
L. GARRE1T
S. W4~~
Moderate tempo (with a solid beat)

r r i~-J
I went and stayed too long —
Like a fool, world —
lot of things in this old
Seen a

still strong Oo ba -

Now I’m won - d’rin’ if your love’s Oo ha -


touched them they did noth - ing, girl

Cb.
When I

t~
here I am,—
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i.....,.,
do —
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liv-ered, I’m yours.
-

by, de liv—ered, I’m yours.


by, here I am,—.. signed, sealed, —

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time I went and said good - bye, —
Then that fire
babe you set my soul on —
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G7 BL’

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Dm

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F

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to cry, Oo ba - by here I am_
Now I’m back... !nd. not a-shamed am_
do —sire Oo ha by here I
That’s why I know you’re my on - ly
- -

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signed, sealed, de - liv—ered, I’m yours. -

Here I am
signed, sealed, de
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— liv— ered, I’m yours.
Gm7/C ~
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ba - by Oh you’ve got the fu - ture in — your hand. —

ba-by Oh Gm7/C
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am ba by Oh you’ve got the fu - ture in — your hand —
Here I -

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F F7

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that I real.: ly did — n’t mean —
I’ve done a lot of fool — iqh things-..
Back to sign%,until.
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Pb Pb/A F
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n’t I oh_... ha by
Hey, hey, did -
-

CODA F?
F FF/fl FD FC Bh Pb/A -F
B6 Pb/A
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ture, babe
-II
but here I am — with your fu-ture, got your In
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I could be abro-kenTnan-..
F F7 Pb
Bt’

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Signed, sealed, do liv ered I’m yours —


here I am_ ba—by
(Repeat last four bars until fade)
— —

Ave., Detroit. Michigan


Copyright V 1970 by JOBETE MUSIC ~MPANY. INC. .2457 Woodward
Secured All Rights Reserved Printed in U.S.A
International Copyright
287

Indiana Wants Me
Words and Music by
R. DEAN TAYLOR
Moderately

AL’ DL’ £67 AL’


A. I II [~I i-i r r I ~I I I I 1

I F.
In — di —
F
an - a Wants Me, Lord, I can’t
r go back there.
I r
In -
F
di-an - a Wants Me,

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DL’ £67 DL’ AL’ £67 AL’


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Lord,
r
I can’t go back there, I wish I_ had you_. to talk
r to.
D
-th~t s,-. -S -S

Fm F7 BL’
A I. as = i — I I S.—’

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If a man ev-erneed-èd
r dy — in’, he did,


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K I N S i ‘S

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No one had the right to say what he said a -
r
bout you,
I - I’

And

-S -S

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288

DL’ Bbm
GI’
A I I

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out you. Out there the law’s a - corn- in’,


it’s so cold and lone — ly here with

AL’ DL’ EL’ 7


EL’ 7
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I’m get—tin’ so tired
r of run — nm’
F
In-di-an - a Wants Me,
$1
Lord, I can’t go back there

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AL’
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I- r Wants Me, Lord, I


r
can’t go back there. I wish I_.__ had you— to
In — di an —a

a- i’~t

Fm Fl

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AL’ 1* EL’ 7
BI~

r r see the morn- big sun— shine on the land,


r
I’ve be—come, And to know I’ll nev — er
way to you, For — give me, love, for the shame I put you through and all the tears,

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I’ll nev er see jrour smil—ing face or touch your hand.


-

Hang on, love, to the mem-’ries of those hap - py years.



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If just 6nce more I oould see
Red lights areflash-in’ a-round me

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Yeah, love, it looks like.— they found_ me.l
H ln—di-án-a Wants Me, Lord, I can’t go
j ~
back there,

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In - di — an a Wants Me, Lord, I can’t go back there.

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Iwish I_had you_ to

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talk to. In - di—an — a Wants Me, Lord, I can’t go back there.


290
My Cherie Amour
Words and Music by
STE VIE WONDER
HENRY COSBY
SYLVIA MOY
Moderately F&_ t’—t a

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some-times on a crowd-’ed
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tant as the Milk-y


or no— ticed
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I’ve been_ near_ you — but you nev — —

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Oh, - — —

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U.S.A.
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291

£7 Bm7 £7 A? 07 To CodaØ
I I I I I — I I C—.-’

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You’re the on - ly girl my heart_ beats for, —


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How I wish that you were mine.
That be - hind that lit tie smiIe_ wore,_ How I wish that you were mine.
You’re the on — ly girl my heart. beats for,... How I wish that you were mine.
IL I-

LJ

1, 2.
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Ag

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Repeat and fade


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My Guy

By
WILLIAM ROBINSON

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tell you from the start I cant___ be torn a- part from My_ Guy. —
best be be - hey- ing, I won’t__ be de - ceiv — ing My_ — Guy.

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man to-day_ whocould take me a-way from My_ Guy. There’s not a

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My World Is Empty Without You

Words and Music by


BRIAN HOLLAND
LAMONT DOZIER
EDDIE HOLLAND
Moderately bright, with a beat

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My World Is Emp - ty With - out You,- babe._
My World Is Emp - ty With - out You,_ babe._
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All Rights Reserved
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299

Am
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But from this lone - Ii - ness — there’s —

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— like this,_ Since love be - tween_

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it finds me a - lone_ with these four walls.

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My Girl
Words and Music by
WILLIAM ROBINSON
RONALD WHITE
Slowly

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I’ve got sun—shine on a cloud — y day;

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When it’s cold out — side, I’ve got the month of May.

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me; I’ve got a sweet —er song than the birds in the


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all the rich — es, ha — by, one man can claim. Well,

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guess you say, What can make me feel this way? My Girl,

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talk-ing ‘bout My_ Girl. I’ve got sun-shine on a cloud — y day_with

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My Girl. That’s all — I can talk a — bout, is My Girl.

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305
The Way You Do The Things You Do
Words and Music by
WILLIAM ROBINSON
Moderately with a beat BOBBY ROGERS

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You got a smile so bright, you know you could-’ve been a can—die.
are, you know you cou1d~ve been a flow —er,
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you knowthatyoucouldbe an hour.

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you know you could—’i’e been

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APlacelnThe Sun Music I,
RONALD MILLER BRYAN WELL
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C Am? Dm7 07 C p C

Chorus
Dm7 07 C E7 Am Ain7
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‘Cause there’s a
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trapped in a world that’s a dis— tort — ed re — al I — ty.

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Hap—pi - ness_ you took from me and left me_ a — lone

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rn

with on —ly mem — 0— ries_ Through the mir —ror of my mind,_ through these tears that I’m cry — Ing

ft
re—fleets a hurt I can’t con — trol. ‘Cause at — though you’re gone, I keep..

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hold- ing on to the bap-py times oh, when you were mine.__________

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Gmaj7 G6 Em F~m7 D(flbass) A

t- * -*~ff s--s
As I peer through the win — dow_ of lost time, look —ing o —ver my yes—ter — days_

4.

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and all the love — I gave all in vain.

4.

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that
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from the hurt_ that_ you — have oaused;_ Ev— ‘ry—where I turn —

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G 0 Gmaj7 G6 Em(Bbass) D(flbass)

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turned to dust~ Al — ter all the nights I sat a — lone_and wept,._

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Just a hand—ful of prom-is—es.___ are — all that’s left of by — Ing you. Re—
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Runaway Child, Running Wild
Words and Music by
BARRE1T STRONG
NORMAN WHITFIELD
Moderately slow

r
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hook-ie from school and you can’t go out_ to play,_,_ yeahf_.


pun—ish—ment ‘cause your moth—er wants to raise you in the right way, yeah!_

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Ma— ma said, “For the


But you don’t care, ‘cause you

~
rest of the week, in your room you got - ta
r
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yeah~—
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Now you feel_ like the whole world’s pick — in’ on

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313

L1-P
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YOU, But deep down in - side,_ you know_ it ain’t

0 F D F
2
true._ You’re in

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You’re on your_ way,............... Run — a - way Child, Run-ning Wild,...

Run — a—way Child,_ Run-idng Wild,_ Bet-ter go back home.

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where you_ be - long._


314

Repeat 5 times
a Vamp (bass only till end — no chords)
a-s-F. Ia a
r._. I~
I (.r.a I~
I— —

Roaming thro~h the city going nowhere fast you’re on your own at last,
Hey! It’s gettin’ late. Where will you sleep~?
You’re gettin’ kind-a hungry, you forgot to bring something to eat.
Oh, lost with no money you start to cry,
But remember, you left home wantin’ to be grown, so dry your weeping eyes.
— npt 1r- r’, ~‘I~ —1aa, ~I_ .~. ••
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— I- I — - —

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•— —a
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Si — rens scream — in’ down ne — on light — ed streets. You want your

— IT• lie ——
a

-n-s I I I I I I I I

S S
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ma — ma. Run, run, run, run, run, run, run, run. Are they look-ing for yout. You’re_
ma - ma. Run, run, run, run, run, run, run, but she’s muöh too far a— way,_ she can’t

I I I I

Ag I’. - - 112.

n g Repeat 5 times

- heard some frightening news on the radio, about lithe boys running away from home,
And the parents don’t see them no more.
You wanna stop to hitch a ride, I know,
But your mama told you never trust a stranger
And you don’t know which way to go.

I I I I

Last Verse — Sung over Vamp and fade


Streets are dark and deserted, not a sound nor sign of life.
How you long to hear your mother’s voice, ‘cause you’re lost and alone.
But remember, you made the choice, Runaway Child, Running Wild,
You better go back home where you belong,
Oh, Runaway Child, Running Wild,
You better go back home where you belong.
You’re lost in this great big city,
Go back home where you belong.
Not a familiar face, ain’t It a pity,
Go back home where you belong.
Runaway Child, Running Wild,
You better go home where you belong.
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D, S. and fade

2. Put on your highheel shoes


We’re goin’ down here and listen to ‘em play the blues.
We’re gonna dig potatoes,
We’re gonna pick tomatoes.

© Copyright 1965, 1969 JOBETE MUSIC COMPANY, INC., 2457 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Michigan, U. S. A.
International Copyri~it Seemed Made in U. S. A. AU Rights Reserved

Micke y’s Monkey


Words and Music by
LAMONT DOZIER
BRIAN HOLLAND
EDDIE HOLLAND
Moderate rock
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Ths
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cat named Mick


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- ey came
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from out of town,_ yea!

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2. When the people see him dancing,


They begin to see,
To see this cat do that monkey thing.
It’s really something to see,
This cat named Mickey
Doing the monkey.

3. Come on, Let’s do Mickey’s monkey, children,


Yea, let’s do Mickey’s monkey, children
Lum di lum di lie
Cho.: Lum di lum di lie
Lum di lum di lie
Cho.: Lum di lurn di lie
Lum di lum di lie
Cho.: Lum di turn di lie
Lum di lum di lie
4. Oh,
Monkey see, monkey do,
Come on, you can do the monkey, children,
Yea, you’re doing Mickey’s monkey, children,
Do the monkey, Mickey’s monkey
Oh, do the monkey, Mickey’s monkey
Mickey’s monkey
Mickey’s monkey (Fade)
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Love Is Here And Now You’re Gone
Words and Music by
EDDIE HOLLAND
LAMONT DOZIER
BRIAN HOLLAND
With a solid beat

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1. Love Is Here,_ And, oh my dar- ling, Now You’re Gone,_
2. Love Is Here,_ And, oh my clar—ling, Now You’re Gone,_

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Love Is Here,_ And, oh my dar-ling,
You made me love you, And, oh my dar - ling,

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Now You’re Gone,_ You per - suaxl - ed me to love you,


Now You’re Gone,_ You said by — ing you would make life

And I did, But in - stead of ten -der-ness I found


beau — U - fiil with each pass - ing day,

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heart—ache in — stead_ hi — to your arms I fell, So un — a - ware of the
But as soon as love came in - to my heart, you

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lone — ii — ness that was wait — ing there._
turned and you walked just one way.

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Spoken: You closed the door of your hearl and turned the key, locked your love away from me.
Spoken: You stripped me of my dreams, you gave me faith, then took my hope, look at me now,

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Love Is Here,_ And, oh my dar—ling, Now You’re Gone._

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3rd Chorus:
Look at me
See what loving you has done to me
Look at my face
See how crying has left its trace
After you made me all your own
And you left me all alone
You made your words sound so sweet
Knowing that your love I couldn’t keep,
Spoken: My heart cries out for your touch
But you’re not there
And my lonely cry fades in the air.