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Canadian Sunset Chords

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Canadian Sunset:Andy Williams.
#7 in 1956.

#1.
E6   E            E6              E
Once I was alone, sooo lonely and then,
A7                 Am7             E                B7
You came, out of nowhere, like the sun, up from the hills.

#2.
E6    E                  E6    E
Cold, cold was the wind, warm, warm were your lips,
A7                 Am7                   E6
Out there, on that ski trail, where your kiss filled
        E
me with thrills.

CHORUS:
  A          B7      E
A weekend in Canada, a change of scene,
A7      B7               E
was the most I bargained for.
A7        B7           E           C#m
Then I discovered you, and in your eyes,
  G#m     C#m       F#m        B7
I found a love that I couldn't ignore.

#3.
E6    E                  E6    E
Down, down came the sun. Fast, fast, fast beat my heart.
A7               Am7                E   B7            E
I knew, when the sun set, from that day we'd ne...ver part.

OUTRO:
A7                   Am7                E        B7
And I knew, when the sun set, from that day, we'd never,
B7   E
ever part.


A fifties smash from Kraziekhat.
 
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iggynatz 10 wrote on February 11 2008, 04:36 am

Very nice. Iggy

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Pencom 232,387 wrote on May 18 2012, 11:58 am

Why are more people not giving this 5 stars?
Excellent!
Pencom

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