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Mr Blue Chords (ver.1)

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Mr Blue Chords (ver.1)

Pat Boone
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                Mister Blue:Pat Boone.
Top of the charts in 1959.

#1.
Bb      Dm    Cm
I'm Mr. Blue...
         F            Bb  Dm Cm
When you say you love me...
     F           Bb        Gm
Then prove it by goin' out on the sly,
Cm           F          Bb  Gm
Provin' your love isn't true...
Cm      F   Bb
Call me Mr. Blue.

#2.
Bb      Dm   Cm
I'm Mr. Blue...
         F          Bb    Dm Cm
When you say you're sorry..
     F            Bb         
then turn around, headin' for the 
Gm              Cm         F           Bb     Gm
lights of town, hurtin' me through and through...
Cm      F   Bb
Call me Mr. Blue.

CHORUS:
F                 Bb
I stay at home at night.
F                     Bb 
Right by the phone at night.
    Dm          
But you won't call,
    Dm7     C       F       F7
And I won't hurt my pride..(call me Mr.)

#3.
Bb           Dm Cm           F         Bb
I won't tell you...while you paint the town,
         F              Bb     Dm
a bright red to turn it upside down..
Cm  F           Bb  Gm Cm         F   Bb
I'm paintin' it too...... Call me Mr. Blue.

CHORUS:
F                 Bb
I stay at home at night.
F                     Bb 
Right by the phone at night.
    Dm          
But you won't call,
    Dm7     C       F       F7
And I won't hurt my pride..(call me Mr.)

#4.
Bb           Dm Cm           F         Bb
I won't tell you...while you paint the town,
         F              Bb     Dm
a bright red to turn it upside down..
Cm  F           Bb Gm Cm        F           Bb
I'm paintin' it too.....But I'm painting it Blue.

OUTRO:
Cm      F   Bb  Dm Cm          F   Bb  Dm Cm   F   Bb
Call me Mr. Blue.......Call me Mr. Blue........Mr. Blue.(Fade)


A fifties smash from Kraziekhat.
            
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