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Mister Sandman Chords

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The Chordettes
Mister Sandman:The Chordettes.
#1 in 1954.
           (Capo 2nd fret.)

#1.
    G        F#
Mr. Sandman, bring me a dream.
B7                       E 
make him the cutest that I've ever seen.
A                      D
Give him two lips like roses and clover,
G                               Eb         D
then tell him that his lonesome nights are over.
G        F#
Sandman, I'm so alone.
B7                   E
Don't have nobody to call my own.
Am                        Cm
Please turn on your magic beam,
    G        A        D G
Mr. Sandman, bring me a dream.

#2. (Key Change.)
    C        B7
Mr. Sandman, bring me a dream.
E                        A
Make him the cutest that I've ever seen.
D                      G
Give him the word that I'm not a rover,
C                             Ab         G
then tell him that his lonely nights are over.
C        B7
Sandman, I'm so alone.
E                    A
Don't have nobody to call my own.
Cm                        Gm7
Please turn on your magic beam..
    A        D          G
Mr. Sandman, bring me a dream..

#3. (Key Change.)
    G       F#
Mr. Sandman bring us a dream.
B7                             E
Give him a pair of eyes with a come-hither gleam.
           A                 D
Give him a lonely heart like Pagliacci,
G                          Eb     D
and lots of wavy hair like Liber..ace.
G            F#
Mr. Sandman, someone to hold,
B7                 E
would be so peachy before we're too old.
   Am                        Cm
So please turn on your magic beam.
    G        A         G               A
Mr. Sandman, bring us, please, please, bring us..
    G        A        D G
Mr. Sandman, bring us a dream.


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