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If You Really Love Me Chords (ver.1)

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If You Really Love Me Chords (ver.1)

Wonder Stevie
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                "If You Really Love Me"
                        (S. Wonder - S. Wright)


Intro:

	Am7     Dm7     Gm7    Gm7/C C7   [3x]
	 /   /   /   /   /   /   /   /
	Ebmaj7         Gm7/C
	 /   /   /   /   /   /   /   /

Chorus:

	Am7    Dm7    Gm7      Gm7/C  C7  Am7     Dm7   Gm7     Gm7/C C7
	If you really love me, won't you tell me
	                                 (If you really love me)
	    Am7    Dm7    Gm7      Gm7/C  C7  Am7   Dm7   Gm7  Gm7/C C7
	And if you really love me, won't you tell me
	   Bbmaj7    Am7    Gm7  Fmaj7    Em11-5  A7+5-9
	Then I won't have to be hangin' around

Verse 1:

	            Dmaj7         A+
	You call my name, ooh so sweet
	             Dmaj7      A+
	To make your kiss incomplete
	          Dm7      Dm9      Dm9/C    Dm7/C      G7   Bbmaj7 Eb9
	When your mood is clear you quickly change your ways

	        Fmaj7
	Then you say I'm untrue
	       Am7          D7-9-5
	What am I supposed to do
	     G13         G7+5 G7            Gm7/C
	Be a fool who sits alone waiting for you

[repeat chorus]

Verse 2:

	I see the light of your smile
	Calling me all the while
	You are saying baby, it's time to go
	First the feeling's all right
	Then it's gone from sight
	So I'm taking out this time to say

[key change to F#]

Coda:


	A#m7   D#m7   G#m7   G#m7/C#  C#7 A#m7   D#m7   G#m7  G#m7/C# C#7
	If you really love me, won't you tell me
	   A#m7   D#m7   G#m7   G#m7/C#  C#7 A#m7   D#m7   G#m7  G#m7/C# C#7
	And if you really love me, won't you tell me
	   Bmaj7    A#m7   G#m7 G#m7/C# C#7
	Then I won't have to be hangin'  around

	A#m7  D#m7  G#m7  G#m7/C# C#7     [repeat to fade]
			  hangin' around...


assorted altered chords:

	Em11-5: 0x8755
	A7+5-9:	x05666
	D7-5-9:	x54544


-- another ace 60's (OK, 1970) tab from Andrew Rogers
            
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