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Van Dyke Parks, After The Ball Chords (ver.1)

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After The Ball Chords (ver.1)

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F   A Adim A   F   A Adim A

A                  
You light on my feet Fine and so fleet
                         Bm
So indiscreet We should meet around midnight
You may be insincere You whisper in my ear
                                     A
Some words that may be unclear but they sound so right
                       G                             F
And my head begins to spin When my heart says it's a sin
                      E
Never let the dance begin Once again To begin
E
You have your way with the women
You who captivate with your rhythm
Ab                          G
I can't quite forget or forgive 'em
C
I'm not just a doll built for the ball
         F              Dm7            F
After I fall dancin' is all you may recall
           A   Adim A    A   Adim A
After the ball

I remember well elegant swell
The spell you weave very well in the moonlight
Ooh! Every move you make
Your flashing eyes would break
The hardest heart in Atlanta it just ain't right.

You-- a master of the game Me a moth and you a flame
You don't even know my name Just a dame
    All the same

You have your way with the women
You who captivate with your rhythm
I can't quite forget or forgive 'em

Bm                       C#
So do your worst! You'll be my first
    Eb               F
At last in love I'm lost and long to care

Free from it all! Fated to fall
My femme fatale! Always on call!
Winsome withal After the ball
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh 
            
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