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I Must Be Seeing Things
Gene Pitney
(Al Kooper - Irwin Levine - Bob Brass)

Intro:

Ab Bb C Ab Bb
/ / / / / / / / / /

Verse 1:

C
Isn't that my girl
G
And is that my best friend
F Em
Aren't they walking much too close together
F G C
And it don't look like they're talking about the weather

Chorus 1:

G7 C
I must be seeing things I thought I'd never see
E7 G7
I must be hearing things when I hear her say to him
C Am Ab Ab Bb
"I want you, I need you, I love you"

Verse 2:

Looking through a tear
I can see him kissing her
And I feel my poor heart softly breaking
I'd do anything if only I was mistaken

Chorus 2:

I must be seeing things, oh no, it can't be true
I must be hearing things when I hear him say to her
"Forget him, it's over, you're mine now"

[instrumental break over verse chords]

Chorus 3/Coda:

G7 C
I must be seeing things I thought I'd never see
E7 Am
I must be hearing things, you made a fool of me
F Fm
I must be seeing things and hearing things
C/G Dm7/G Cmaj7/G Dm7/G
Oh, no I love you so
C Eb Abmaj7 C
Oh, please don't go

-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers



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