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Electric Light Orchestra, Steppin Out Chords (ver.1)

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Steppin Out Chords (ver.1)

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                Steppin' Out - Electric Light Orchestra
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Tuning: Standard

Electric Light Orchestra 
Steppin' Out (1977)
(Lynne)



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CHORDS

          e-B-G-D-A-E
C7/9      3-3-3-2-3-x
A/C#      0-2-2-2-4-x
E/G#      0-0-1-2-x-4
D/A       2-3-2-0-0-x
Gm(maj7)  2-3-3-0-x-3
Gm        3-3-3-0-x-3
Gm6       0-3-3-0-x-3


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Chromatic Link
e|----------------|
B|----------------|
G|----------------|
D|----------------|
A|--------1-2-3-4-|
E|2-3-4-5---------|

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INTRO
| D | Gm | D | Gm | D | C7/9 |

D  
Pack up all your things
      A/C#
We're gonna be leaving
Bm            F#m
Sooner than I thought
G                   D
Take the things you bought
           C7/9
Clouds are gathering.

D  
Say goodbye to all your friends
      A/C#
We're gonna be sorry
      Bm                   F#m
For a while, that's how it goes
    G               D
But then again, who knows
 C7/9              D  [chromatic link]
About the rain.


D
  I'm steppin' out
Dmaj7
  I'm moving on
D7                  G
  I'm gonna see the world
E/G#           D/A
Like a rolling stone
Bm
Stepping out
Gm                      Am
       I'm gonna be somebody...
Bb      C        D
Oh, I'm steppin' out.


D
Did you hear what he said?
   A/C#
He said they sold me down the river
     Bm                      F#m
They thought I thought was a fool
     G                   D
They said the rain would fall
     C7/9
What did they know?

D
Then I saw your face
        A/C#
And the song that you were singing
         Bm                 F#m
Though I thought I knew the words
    G                D               C7/9
The tune was quite absurd and out of key
            D     [chromatic link]
Ooo dah dah dee.


D
  I'm steppin' out
Dmaj7
  I'm moving on
D7                  G
  I'm gonna see the world
E/G#           D/A
Like a rolling stone
Bm
Stepping out
Gm                      Am
       I'm gonna be somebody...
Bb      C        D            A
Oh, I'm steppin' out.


D              F#m               G    Gm(maj7)Gm Gm(maj7)Gm6
  I'm steppin' out, I'm steppin' out
D              F#m               G    Gm(maj7)Gm Gm(maj7)Gm6
  I'm steppin' out, I'm steppin' out
D              F#m               G    Gm(maj7)Gm Gm(maj7)Gm6
  I'm steppin' out, I'm steppin' out
D              F#m               G    Gm(maj7)Gm Gm(maj7)Gm6
  I'm steppin' out, I'm steppin' out  [chromatic link]
        D              F#m               G    Gm(maj7)Gm Gm(maj7)Gm6
[vocoder] I'm steppin' out, I'm steppin' out  [chromatic link]
        D              F#m               G    Gm(maj7)Gm Gm(maj7)Gm6
[vocoder] I'm steppin' out, I'm steppin' out   [chromatic link]

Bb            C                     | D | Bm | F#m | G Gm |
Steppin' out, steppin' out, steppin' out.


D              F#m                      G    Gm(maj7)Gm Gm(maj7)Gm6
                   Don't know where I'm going    Gonna see the  
D       F#m              G     Gm(maj7)Gm Gm(maj7)Gm6          
world,      gonna be somebody    Don't know where I'm
D       F#m                   G
going       I'm just steppin' out
Gm(maj7)Gm Gm(maj7)Gm6  Bb                C                            D
                    I'm steppin' out, I'm steppin' out. [chromatic link]
            
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