A girl from Salaya

D6/9                                   E7/9                                Em9
Tall and white and young and lovely, The girl from Salaya goes walking, And when she passes
     A7/6                 Dmaj9   Bbm6  Dmaj7
each one she passes goes "ei-yah!"
                     Dmaj9              E7/9                                     Em9
When she walks she's like a R&B that, flounce in steply and flounce out gently, That when she passes
     A7/6                 Dmaj9    D6/9
each one she passes goes "ei-yah!"
Ebmaj7                 G#7    Ebm7                  B7  B7/6 Em9                        Gm6
Oh, then I watch her so smiley, How can I tell her I love her? Yes, I would give my heart gladly
         F#m7                      F#dim    Em7                         A7/-9
But each day when she walks to the sea, She looks straight ahead not at me
Dmaj7            Dmaj9                 E7/9                                Em9
Tall and white and young and lovely, The girl from Salaya goes walking, And when she passes
  A7/6                   Dmaj9
I smile, but she doesn't see, She just doesn't see, No she doesn't see
 
-Credit-
Adopt from Antonio Carlos Jobim's 'Girl from Impanema'
Lyrics by Pichapong Teerawajee
Sounds by Norman Gimbel

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2 Responses to A girl from Salaya

  1. NUN says:

    ยังไม่ได้อ่านนะพี่ปองจ๋า
     
    มาแบบเบลอๆไม่ค่อยสบาย เย็นๆกลัวจะไม่ได้มาหา
     
    รักษาสุขภาพด้วยนะจ้ะ แล้วนุ่นจะมาอ่านใหม่ค่ะ

  2. Pui says:

    In love with a girl from Salaya. If you want she to see, I think just smile isn\’t enough na.

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