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Ronnie Milsap - Lost In The Fifties Tonight Chords

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Lost In The Fifties Tonight Chords

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                Lost in the Fifties Tonight (In the Still of the Night)
Ronnie Milsap


F         133211
A+add5    x02221
Bb        x13331
Gm7       353333
G7        353433
C7        x35353
C+        x3211x
Dm        xx0231
C         x32010
C/E       032010
A         x02220


Key of F

F  A+add5  F  A+add5

Verse 1

F                      A+add5
Close your eyes, baby, follow my heart
Bb                    Gm7
Call on the memories, here in the dark
F                    G7
We'll let the magic, take us away
Gm7                   C7                  C+
Back to the feelings, we shared when they played

Chorus
F                   Dm             Bb               C      F  C/E  Dm
In the still of the night, hold me darlin', hold me tight
C  Bb       C                               F
So real, so right, lost in the fifties to – night

A+add5  Bb  C

Verse 2
F                     A+add5
These precious hours, we know can't survive
Bb                         Gm7
But loves all that matters,   while the past is alive
F                  G7
Now and for always,  ‘till time disappears
Gm7                  C7                  C+
We'll hold each other, whenever we hear

chorus

F  A  Bb  C
F  C/E  Dm  Bb  C
F  C/E  Dm  C  Bb  C (repeat last 2 lines to fade)



This is my interpretation of the song and is what I hear. Since
U-G doesn't always include the correct chord voicings, I have
included all of them in this transcription. Please feel free to
experiment with your own chord voicings.
            
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