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Eric Clapton, Wonderful Tonight Tabs (ver.2)

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Wonderful Tonight Tabs (ver.2)

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                Eric Clapton – Wonderful Tonight

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      G			D/F#
It’s late in the evening,
C				     D
She’s wondering what clothes to wear
G		    D/F#
She puts on her make-up
C                              D
And brushes her long blonde hair.
C		    D
And then she asks me,
G	       Em
“Do I look alright?”
			C	    D	    G
And i say, “Yes, you look wonderful tonight.”

G///D/F#///C///D/// x2

G	     D/F#
We go to a party
C			  D
And everyone turns to see
G               D/F#
This beautiful lady
C			     D
That’s walking around with me
C	           D
And then she asks me,
G	        Em
“Do u feel alright?”
	   C	         D	     G
And i say “Yes, I feel wonderful tonight.”

	   C		      D	
I feel wonderful because i see
	G		  Em
The love-light in your eyes,
         C		D
And the wonder of it all
		C	      D		     
Is that you just don’t realise how much I love you.

G///D/F#///C///D/// x2

G			D
It’s time to go home now
C			    D
And I’ve got and aching head
G                       D
So i give her the car keys, 
C                  D
She helps me to bed.

C           D
And I tell her
G                   Em
As I turn off the light,
                  C                  D       G       
I say, “ My darling, you were wonderful tonight.
           C                  D         G
Oh my darling, you were wonderful tonight.”


G///D/F#///C///D///G/// x2 fade out at the end.....

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