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Yesterday Once More
[Verse]

E                       Emaj7
When I was young I’d listen to the radio
C#m                     C#m7
Waitin’ for my favorite songs
Amaj7                   B      C#m7
When they played I’d sing along
A               B      B7
It made me smile

E                       Emaj7
Those were such happy times, and not so long ago
C#m                     C#m7
How I wondered where they’d gone
Cm
But they’re back again
C#m7
Just like a long lost friend
Amaj7           B7
All the songs I loved so well

[Chorus]

E                       C#m7
Every sha-la-la-la, every wo-wo-wo
E
Still shines
E                       C#m7
Every shing-a-ling-a-ling, that they’re starting to sing’s
A                       B7
So fine

[Post-Chorus]

Cm                              Gm7
When they get to the part, where he’s breakin’ her heart
A                       Am5
It can really make me cry
E                       A
Just like before
E
It’s yesterday once more

[Verse]

E                       Emaj7
Lookin’ back on how it was, in years gone by
C#m                     C#m7
And the good times that I had
Amaj7                   B      C#m7
Makes today seem rather sad
A               B      B7
So much has changed

E                       Emaj7
It was songs of love that I would sing to then
C#m                     C#m7
And I’d memorize each word
C#m
Those old melodies
C#m7
Still sound so good to me
Amaj7           B7
As they melt the years away
 
 
Carpenters - Yesterday Once More :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Yesterday Once More tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Yesterday Once More:

Carpenters is the third studio album by The Carpenters. Released on May 14, 1971, the album was successful, reaching #2 on the Billboard 200 chart and #12 in the United Kingdom. With the hit songs "For All We Know", "Rainy Days and Mondays" and "Superstar", Carpenters solidified Karen Carpenter as one of her generation's most endearing pop vocalists. Amongst many fans, the album has simply been referred to as The Tan Album, because the album itself is like a tan envelope[1][2], and is presumably a play on The Beatles' so-called White Album. In Cash Box's Top 100 Albums of 1971, Carpenters peaked at #8.[3]

This is not the first album featuring tracks with Richard Carpenter singing lead vocal, with Karen in the background, as opposed to the other tracks. "Druscilla Penny" and "Saturday" are both led by Richard Carpenter, though neither were released as singles nor charted as hits.

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