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Wonder Stevie, My Cherie Amour Tabs (ver.1)

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My Cherie Amour Tabs (ver.1)

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                ""My Cherie Amour"
		(H. Cosby - S. Moy - S. Wonder)


Intro (2x; vocals enter 2nd time:)

	    Gbmaj7    Cbmaj7
	La la la la la la
	              Dbmaj7
	La la la la la la

Verse 1:

	Ab7+5  Dbmaj7      Gb7sus      Gb7     Cbmaj7   Ab7sus4 Ab7
	My   Cherie Amour, lovely as a summer's day
	   Dbmaj7        Gb7sus         Gb7  Cbmaj7   Ab7sus4 Ab7
	My Cherie Amour, distant as the Milky Way
	   Gbmaj7        Ab13                Fm7-5/Cb 
	My Cherie Amour, pretty little one that I adore
	 Bb9                    Eb9
	You're the only girl my heart beats for
	Ab13                    Dbmaj7
	How I wish that you were mine

Verse 2:

	Ab13-9  Dbmaj7...  			[Ab13-9: 4x4564]
	In    a cafe  or sometimes on a crowded street
	I've been near you, but you never notice me
	My Cherie Amour, won't you tell me how could you ignore
	That behind that little smile I wore
	How I wish that you were mine

[repeat intro - with vocals both times]

[key change to D]

Verse 3:

	A7    Dmaj7          G7sus4       G7        Cmaj7    A7sus4 A7
	Maybe someday  you'll see my face among the crowd
	      Dmaj7        G7sus4              G7     Cmaj7   A7sus4 A7
	Maybe someday  I'll share your little distant cloud
	     Gmaj7         A13                    F#m7-5/C
	Oh, Cherie Amour, pretty little one that I adore
	 B9                      E9
	You're the only girl my heart beats for
	A13                     Dmaj7
	How I wish that you were mine

[repeat intro (in D) to fade:]

	     Gmaj7    Cmaj7
	La la la la la la
	              Dmaj7
	La la la la la la


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
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