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Dan Seals - I'd Really Love To See You Tonight Chords

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I'd Really Love To See You Tonight Chords

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Dan Seals (England Dan and John Ford Coley)

Intro: [Fsus2 F] 3x  C7

Verse 1:

Gm7     C7       F            Gm7      C7        F
Hello, yeah it's been awhile, Not much how 'bout you?

Am7          Dm7                   Bb                    C7
I'm not sure why I called, Guess I really just wanted to talk to you.

Verse 2:

Gm7       C7             F         Gm7          C7           F
And I was thinking maybe later on, We could get together for awhile.

Am7              Dm7               Bb                  C7
It's been such a long time, And I really do miss your smile.

Chorus

Bb      C             Am7       Dm7       
I'm not talking 'bout movin' in,   

      Bb            C           Am7  Dm7
And I don't want to change your life

              Bb        C           Am7       Dm 
But there's a warm wind blowing the stars are out

        Bb (hold)                 F (Repeat intro)
And I'd really love to see you tonight

Verse 3:

We could walking through a windy park, Or take a drive along the beach
Or stay a home and watch TV, You see it really doesn't matter much to me.

Chorus

Bridge
Dm              Am7       Bb     C7            F
I won't ask for promises, So you won't have to lie.

Dm                     Am7
We've both played this game before.

Bb              C7
Say I love you, Say goodbye

Chorus 2x
            
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