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The Lights Go Down Tabs (ver.1)

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The Lights Go Down Tabs (ver.1)

Electric Light Orchestra
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                Electric Light Orchestra

"Transcribed" by Chris Gaasch

Riff:
e-------------------------
B-------------------------
G-----------0-------------
D--------2-----3-3--3-5-5-
A-3-3--3------------------
E-------------------------

    C   F
One day,
  G         C           F
I gotta get out of here,
  G          C                F
I gotta make everything clear,
  G         C     F  G
I gotta see you.

  C    F
I know,
    G          C                 F
The way that I feel is wrong, so wrong.
      G     Am       G F
But I gotta carry on,
     G          C     F  G
When you ain't around.

  C                  Am
I believe things are going wrong,
        Dm               G
And the nights go on and on,
         C                  Am
All your dreams have flown away,
        Dm                G
And the sun won't shine today.

   C               F                G
     The lights go down (I want you baby)
   C               F                G
     The lights go down (I need you baby)
   C               F
     The lights go down
                 G       Am    G F  G
     And there's no one around. 

C    F  G

I know,
You're waiting so close to me,
But how will you ever see,
As time rolls away.

Lonely,
But trying to be so proud,
And just as I turn around,
The lights go down.

I believe things are going wrong,
And the night goes on and on,
All your dreams have flown away,
And the sun won't shine today.

     The lights go down (I want you baby)
     The lights go down (I need you baby)
     The lights go down
     And there's no one around.

     The lights go down (I want you baby)
     The lights go down (I need you baby)
     The lights go down
     And there's no one around.
            
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