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Dancing Queen Chords

by Abba
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Abba - Dancing Queen


intro: A D/A A D/A A D/A A(maj9) E/G# D/F# A/E


verse 1:

E              C#
You can dance, you can jive
F#m7                    B7/Eb  
having the time of your life.
    D              Bm7
Oh, see that girl, watch that scene,
            A              D/A         A(maj9) D/A D/A  A(maj9) D/A D/A
Diggin' the dancing queen.


A                                       D/A
Friday night and the lights are low.
A                                F#m7 
Looking out for a place to go.
E                         Esus4
Where they play the right music
E              Esus4
Getting in the swing.
                E    F#m         E  F#m
You've  come to look for a king.


A                     D/A
Anybody could be that guy.
A                              F#m7
Night is young and the music's high.
E                  Esus4
With a bit of rock music
E             Esus4
Everything is fine,
              E    F#m            E F#m
You're in the mood for a dance.
                     Bm7     E
And when you get the chance...


 
chorus:

            A              D/A                   A             D/A
You are the dancing queen, young and sweet, only seventeen.
A              D                      Amaj9 A        
Dancing queen, feel the beat from the tam - bourine.
E/G# D/F# A
Oh      yeah.
E              C#7
You can dance, you can jive
F#m7                    B7/Eb  
having the time of your life.
    D              Bm7
Oh, see that girl, watch that scene,
            A             D/A A(maj9) D/A A(maj9) D/A D/A A(maj9) D/A D/A
Diggin' the dancing queen.



Verse 2:

A                                    D/A
You're a tease, you turn 'em on.
A                                 F#m7
Leave 'em burning and then you're gone
E                Esus4   E           Esus4
Looking out for another, Anyone will do,
              E    F#m            E F#m
You're in the mood for a dance.
                     Bm7     E
And when you get the chance



chorus + repeat of last two chords

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| Tabbed by Eduard Möllenkamp, 2003 |
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moti.zharfati wrote on July 2 2014, 03:47 pm

You can get the lyrics of Dancing Queen here: http://www.dancingqueenlyrics.com
It's also include the clip...

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omitchellxox wrote on April 7 2015, 10:14 pm

i cant play those cords because i am not that musically advanced and it anoys me when im tring to learn to play a song that i like but its way to hard with lots of new cords.

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maguri wrote on April 11 2015, 01:57 am

Don't be frustrated - it will come to you. As a beginner one may like a song and still not be able to play it, especially if it is a song as intricate as this one. The song flows along so effortlessly but below this shiny surface it is actually very, very complex.

There are several tab versions on this site, some of them are better for beginners because they leave out some of the more complicated bits. Check these out first and once you become dissatisfied with what they have to offer, then maybe the time has come to re-visit some of the tabs that seemed too complicated at first, to learn and practice some new chords and discover new territory. Good luck!

P.S: That does not mean that I think this tab here is perfect, however. The song could be represented in a better, more readable form, including clearer indication of timing and suggesting playable voicings, maybe even adding basic tabs explaining some of the more complicated parts. This tab does none of these and lazily leaves all this work to the people who use it. Some of the chord choics are questionable, too.

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