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Let's Go Dancing Chords (ver.1)

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Let's Go Dancing Chords (ver.1)

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                Lets Go Dancing
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Suggested chord positions:

Standar Tuning(eBGDAE)

    C#m    Ebm    F#m   Abm   Am    Bm
e|---------------------------------------------
B|-----------7---------------------------------
G|---6-------8---------------------------------
D|---6-------8-----4-----6-----7-----9---------
A|---4-------6-----4-----6-----7-----9---------
E|-----------------2-----4-----5-----7---------

Basically just play the three top notes of each chords, Sometimes the 4th on
the D#m in the verses, but listen to the record to figure it out.


C#m      Ebm      x2

C#m                     Ebm   
      Our minds run in circles
C#m                           Ebm
      Racing 'round the restaurant 
F#m                              Abm
      Searching for what more to say 
                      Am        Bm
To say what we really want 
C#m                          Ebm
      Let's leave it like it is 
C#m                         Ebm
      Stop staring at these walls 
F#m                                  Abm
      Let's not go headlong to that distance 
                             Am        Bm
Where you can't come back at all 

          Am
Let's go dancing 
                  Abm
Waltz around the rumour mill 
         C#m                   Am Abm F#m
In your faded dress with the daf-fo-dils 
Abm       Am        
Let's go dancing 
Bm                    C#m
     Let time stand still 

Verse 2(same chords)
Once your name was but a whisper 
A simple wish upon my tongue 
Staring at your shadow 
Was like staring at the sun 
In this dark, dark hour 
You still illuminate a room 
Oh God give us the power 
Gotta keep ourselves in tune 

Let's go dancing 
Waltz around the rumour mill 
In your faded dress with the daffodils 
Let's go dancing 
Let time stand still
            
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