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That Day
THAT DAY: GOLDEN EARRING(S) - 1966 (G. Kooymans/M. Gerritsen) 4/4 - 130

The Golden Earrings (Netherlands), still with a 'S' in those days,
were more a pop group then, rather than the rock group they became a few
years later.
That Day, was their 2nd single record release, and was recorded 'all the
way' in the U.K.
It peaked on nr. 2 in the Dutch Top-40, and charted for 15 weeks.
They are the Dutch most succesful recording artists until the present,
November 2014, and charted between 1965 - 2005 with 47 single records
in the Top-40, 5 of them were nr. 1's, another 3 made it into the Top-100,
and another 13 never made it into the charts.

|%   |: Repeat the previous Chord and Measure of 4-counts.

INTRO: |Am  Abm  |Gm  E  |: 2x

VERSE 1:

C              Dm   Dsus4 Dm|
She left me be-hind,
C          |Dm   Dsus4 Dm
  but in my mind,
 |Am                |E
I hear the words she said to me,
 |F            |E7           |Am    |%    |
I wonder why it had to be one day.

VERSE 2:

C             |Dm       Dsus4 Dm|
  She said she loved me,
C                     |Dm   Dsus4 Dm
  and that was easy to see.
   |Am         |E
But why did she run away,
 |F                     |E7               |Am    |%    |
I pray that she'll, come back and stay one day.

BRIDGE:

C              |D      Dsus2 D|
  I was walking slowly,
F              |C    |
  met her on my way.
%                  |D      Dsus2 D|
  It seemed she was lonely,
F                        |G7    |
  well I have no words to say.

CHORUS:

F              |Am    |
  Where has she gone,
F              |Am    |
  where has she gone.
F             |C        |
  No heart has ever been,
E7                 |Am    |E7    |
hurt like this that day.

INTERMEZZO: |Am    |Am  E7  |Am  Abm  |Gm  E  |

VERSE 3:

C             |Dm       Dsus4 Dm|
  She said she loved me,
C                     |Dm   Dsus4 Dm
  and that was easy to see.
   |Am         |E
But why did she run away,
 |F                     |E7               |Am    |%    |
I pray that she'll, come back and stay one day.

BRIDGE:

C              |D      Dsus2 D|
  I was walking slowly,
F              |C    |
  met her on my way.
%                  |D      Dsus2 D|
  It seemed she was lonely,
F                        |G7    |
  well I have no words to say.

CHORUS:

F              |Am    |
  Where has she gone,
F              |Am    |
  where has she gone.
F             |C        |
  No heart has ever been,
E7                 |Am    |E7
hurt like this that day.

OUTRO ( Repeat & Fade Out):

    |Am    |E7
That day.


Tab by: DAIRYBEAT (André H. Hofman, Purmerend, Netherlands).
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Golden Earring - That Day :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
That Day tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind That Day:

Golden Earring is a Dutch rock band, founded in 1961 in The Hague as the Golden Earrings (the 's' was dropped in 1969). They had international chart success with the songs Eight Miles High in 1969, Radar Love in 1973, Twilight Zone in 1982, and When The Lady Smiles in 1984. In their home country, they had over 40 hits and made over 30 gold and platinum albums. Current members of Golden Earring are Barry Hay (vocals, guitar, flute and saxophone, member since 1968), George Kooymans (vocals and guitar, founder of band), Rinus Gerritsen (bass and keyboard, founding member), and Cesar Zuiderwijk (drums and percussion, member since 1970). Golden Earring have sold millions of albums worldwide, and are perhaps the oldest rock band in the world that is still performing. March 13th and 14th 2009 Golden Earring celebrates its comeback in the UK with concerts in London and Ipswich after the upcoming release of their latest studio-album.

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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