Eternal Flame Uke tab by The Bangles

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G G .Close your Em7 Em7 .eyes,
C C .give me your hand .D,
darlingG

G G Do you
Em7 Em7 feel my heart
C C beating,
D D do you understand Em7 Em7

Do you
B7 B7 feel the same Em7 Em7,
A7 A7 am I only
D D dreaming Bm7 Bm7

Am7 Am7 Is this burning
an eternal flame G G

Verse 2:
(I believe it\'s meant to be, darling

I watch when you are sleeping, you belong to me

Do you feel the same, am I only dreaming

Or is this burning an eternal flame


Bridge:

D D .Say my Dm7 Dm7 name,
G G .sun shines through the
D D rain a whole
F F life so G G lonely, and
C C then you come and ease the
Am Am pain

D D I don't
Bm7 Bm7 want to lose this
F F . feel .C .ing, D9 D9 oh



Close your eyes and give me your hand

Do you feel my heart beating, do you understand

Do you feel the same, am I only dreaming

Or is this burning an eternal flame



break



Is this burning an eternal flame



An eternal flame



(Close your eyes and give me your hand

Do you feel my heart beating, do you understand

Do you feel the same, am I only dreaming

Or is this burning an eternal flame)

 

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About this song

Released February 11, 1989"Eternal Flame" is a song by The Bangles, which became a hit single in 1989, peaking at number one in the charts in six countries; including: Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. It was written by popular songwriters Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly and the Bangles' own Susanna Hoffs.It was a ballad, unlike the rest of the garage-band pop songs on their album Everything. Co-writer Billy Steinberg describes it as "The Beatles meet The Byrds". Read more on Last.fm.