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Moon River Chords

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Capo
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1st fret
Here is the real thing for Andy William's Moon River. Listen to the recording for time 
strumming patterns.
Standard Tuning
Capo on 1st fret


[Verse 1]

C     Am    Fmaj7         C
Moon River, wider than a mile
Fmaj7                C        Bm7-5  E7
I'm crossing you in style some day
     Am    C7/G
You dream maker
     F   Fm
You heartbreaker
    Am7         D7
Wherever you're going
     Dm7       G7
I'm going your way


[Verse 2]

C     Am    Fmaj7         C
Two drifters off to see the world
Fmaj7                C        Bm7-5  E7
There's such a lot of world to see

     Am Am7/G   D7/F# Fm            C
We're after the same     rainbow's end
F                    C
  Waitin' round the bend
F                  C
  My Huckleberry friend
Am    Dm7   G7     C
Moon River     and me
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lightwoodproper 10 wrote on March 3 2014, 05:54 am

Capo on the 5th Fret not 1st:

Otherwise the First chord is F instead of C and you can change all the chords 5 frets up and convert them to the real sound and chords.

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DrWOBJr 10 wrote on April 28 2014, 10:02 pm

The trick is that the song is in 3/4 time

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Yarrowyck 425 wrote on July 13 2014, 07:43 am

Of the ten or so versions I looked at, this is the only one that was correct to the music played in Andy's version of the song. Even more complex versions don't sound right. I highly recommend this version. I transposed it to the key of G to suit my voice.

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