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Black Velvet Chords

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This Version can also be played unbarred, but then it sounds horrible, so try out
the bar chords before you discard them. The advantage of the bar chords is you can
use an awesome dead beat strum with them that you can't with the normal chords,
I'll leave both here.

Barred Chords         Regular Chords
  Dm 557765              Dm 000231
   A 577655               A 002220
   G 355433               G 320033
   F 133211               F 003211(still use barred F if possible)
   C 335553               C 032010
  Gm 355333              Gm 355333*(these last three are the same)
  D# 668886              D# 668886*
  A# 688766              A# 688766*


[Verse 1]

Dm
Mississippi in the middle of a dry spell;
Dm
Jimmy Rodgers on the victola up high.
Dm
Mama's dancin' baby on her shoulders,
Dm
The sun is settin' like molasses in the sky.
A                               G
The boy could soon know how to move everything;
F                   C
Always wanting more, he'd leave you longing for.


[Chorus]

Gm                     C
Black Velvet in that little boy's smile.
Gm                         D#   A#
Black velvet in with that slow southern style.
Gm                      C
A new religon that'll bring you to your knees,
A#      A              Dm
Black velvet, if you please.


[Verse 2]

Dm
Up in Memphis the music's like a heat wave,
Dm
White lightening, bound to drive you wild.
Dm
Mama's baby's in the heart of every school girl,
Dm
Love me tender leaves 'em cryin' in the aisles.
A                         G
The way he moved it was a sin so sweet and true,
F                   C
Always wanting more, he'd leave you longing for.


[Chorus]

Gm                     C
Black Velvet in that little boy's smile.
Gm                         D#   A#
Black velvet in with that slow southern style.
Gm                      C
A new religon that'll bring you to your knees,
A#      A              Dm
Black velvet, if you please.


[Break]

Gm                   A                        Dm
Every word of every song that he sang was for you.
Gm                 D#                   A#
In a flash he was gone, it happened so soon.
A               Dm 
What could you dooooooooooo?


[Chorus]

Gm                     C
Black Velvet in that little boy's smile.
Gm                         D#   A#
Black velvet in with that slow southern style.
Gm                      C
A new religon that'll bring you to your knees,
A#      A              Dm
Black velvet, if you please.
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newman1 17 wrote on March 7 2006, 07:15 pm

good work. however, in music you don't use the same letter twice.
since you have a Dm, you can't use D#, instead, call it Eb.
since you use A, you can't use A#, call it Bb.... okay?
same chords, different name.

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handlerb 534 wrote on September 12 2006, 11:31 pm

thank you newman, I was going to say the same thing

Also this tab WAY off, its in the key of Gb and the first chord is an Em, detune 1/2 step

+4 reply
steini 3,871 wrote on April 12 2007, 12:18 pm

this tab should be played with a capo on the first fret

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