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Id Really Love To See You Tonight Chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#


Song: I'D REALLY LOVE TO SEE YOU TONIGHT
Artist: England Dan & John Ford Coley
Chords by: Louie A. Ebojo
From: ebbskyz@yahoo.com


Tuning: EADGBe
Chords:
FM7	xx3210
F	133211
Em7	022030
Am	x02210
Dm7	xx0211
CM7	x32000
C	X32010
G	320033
G7	320031
G7sus	320011


Intro: FM7--Em7--;(2x)
       FM7--Em7--Am--
       G7sus pause CM7 pause



Dm7   G           CM7
Hello, yeah, it's been a while.
Dm7      G          CM7 
Not much, how 'bout you?
Em7          Am 
I'm not sure why I'd call,
           G7sus 
I guess I really just wanted to talk to you.


Dm7         G             CM7
And I was thinkin' maybe later on,
Dm7         G            CM7
We could get together for a while.
Em7              Am 
It's been such a long time,
       G7sus 
And I really do miss your smile.


FM7       G7           Em7
I'm not talking 'bout moving in,
       FM7           G7          Em7-Am 
And I don't want to change your life.
              FM7        G7
But there's a warm wind blowin',
     Em7      Am           G7sus                    CM7-Dm7-G7sus- 
The stars are out, and I'd really love to see you tonight. 


Dm7          G             CM7
We could go walking through a windy park,
    Dm7     G       CM7 
Or take a drive along the beach.
Em7                  Am 
Or stay at home and watch t.v.
             G7sus 
You see, it really doesn't matter much to me. 


FM7       G7           Em7
I'm not talking 'bout moving in,
       FM7           G7          Em7-Am 
And I don't want to change your life.
              FM7        G7
But there's a warm wind blowin',
     Em7      Am           G7sus                    C (pause)
The stars are out, and I'd really love to see you tonight. 


Am               Em7
I won't ask for promises,
F       G             C
So you don't have to lie.
Am                      Em7 
We've both played that game before,
G7sus 
Say I love you, then say goodbye. 


FM7       G7           Em7
I'm not talking 'bout moving in,
       FM7           G7          Em7-Am 
And I don't want to change your life.
              FM7        G7
But there's a warm wind blowin',
     Em7      Am           G7sus                    C
The stars are out, and I'd really love to see you tonight.

	(Repeat last verse while fading)

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BruceAFrank wrote on October 19 2014, 06:04 am, edited at 06:48 am

I have been analyzing the lyrics of this song for years. There are two versions that have been floating around for decades. One is "There's a warm wind blowing, the stars are out" and the other "There's a warm wind blowing the stars around" (They sound EXACTLY the same when sung). From a purely romantic, and a beautiful example of poetic imagery, I think Dan and Coley would have written "There's a warm wind blowing the stars around," as an example of their ability to crate phantasmagorical and pulse raising mental image far beyond a simple acknowledgement that 'the breeze is warm on the beach.'

After writing this I went looking again for their rendering of the song. Dan Seals later had country/western career. He sang this song solo and the closeups show clearly that he sings the lyric "Warm wind blowing the stars around...and I'd really love to see you tonight."

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