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Scenes From An Italian Restaurant chords

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SCENE FROM AN ITALIAN RESTAURANT

Transcription and chart
Peter Kruger
casparus60@yahoo.com
    

 ^  ^  ^  ^  ^  ^  ^  ^  ^  ^  ^  ^  ^  ^  ^  ^  ^ 
    F       Gm7          C        Bb       F  C  F

F                    Gm7/F
   A bottle of white,      a bottle of red
C/F                     Bb/F    F
    Perhaps a bottle of rose instead
C                    Bb       F/A
   We'll get a table near the street
           Gm7      C
In our old familiar place
Bb      C       Gm7  C          Bb  C
You and I--fa-a-ace  to face    hmmm


F                 Gm7/F
  A bottle of red,      a bottle of white
C/F          Bb/F              F
    It all depends on your appetite
G7                   F/A   G/B       C
   I'll meet you any ti-i-I-me you want
        Bb/D   C/E       
In our Italian     Restau-.
               ..sax:
|F       |Gm7/F     |C   Fmaj7  |Bbmaj7   |C    Fmaj7   |BbaddC     |
rant
|Ebmaj7        |Abmaj7    |Ebmaj7     |Abmaj7      |

|G7sus4       |           |           |            |

G                    D
Things are okay with me these days
G7              G9
Got a good job, got a good office
C               F
Got a new wife, got a new life
        Dsus4     D    Dsus4
And the family's fine
G             D
We lost touch long ago 
G7
You lost weight
  G9
I did not know
C                 F
   You could ever look so good after
Dsus4        D   Dsus4
So much ti-i-i-me.
      Eb                        Bb
You remember those days hanging out
               F
At the village green
Eb                      Bb
Engineer boots, leather jackets
               F
And tight blue jeans
       Eb
Drop a dime in the box play the
Bb               F
Song about New Orleans
Eb            Bb
   Cold beer,    hot lights
C
    My sweet romantic teenage

|G    Gmaj7  |G7          |C      F      |Am7     D     |
nights
|G    Gmaj7  |G7          |C      F      |Am7     |
                                            2/4

|D           |             |             |              |         
..piano:
|G           |             |             |              |

|G           |G/F          |G/E          |G/D           |     

|G           |G/F          |G/E          |G/D           |

|G           |G/F          |G/E           |G/D           |     
          oh oh         oh oh          oh oh  oh oh oh oh
 
|G           |G/F           |G/E           |G/D           |       
 Oh       oh oh          oh oh          oh oh oh oh oh

G
   Brenda and Eddie were the popular steadies
        D                               D C
And the king and the queen of the prom
G                      G/B                  C         F C F C
Riding around with the car top down and the radio on
G                     D       D C
   Nobody looked any finer
       G                    C
Or was more of a hit at the Parkway Diner
G                      F                           E7
We never knew we could want more than that out of life
       Am7        G/B         C           D         G
Surely Brenda and Eddie would always know how to survive.
     F       Em        D             G
Oooh oh   oh oh     oh oh   oh oh oh oh
     F       Em        D             
Oooh oh   oh oh     oh oh   oh oh oh oh


G                                                  D               D C
  Brenda and Eddie were still going steady in the summer of '75
 G                    G/B                      C             F C F C
When they decided the marriage would be at the end of July
G                        D
Everyone said they were crazy
G                       C
"Brenda you know you're much too lazy
G                   F                          E7
Eddie could never afford to live that kind of life."
     Am7          G/B    C           D        G
But there we were wavin' Brenda and Eddie goodbye.
   F        Em      D
Oh oh    oh oh   oh oh


     F/C
They got an apartment with deep pile carpet
      D                         G
And a couple of paintings from Sears
  F/C
A big waterbed that they bought with the bread
         D                     G
They had saved for a couple of years
     F/C
They started to fight when the money got tight
    D                             Em
And they just didn't count on the tears.
        A7         Am7/D
Whoa oh oh oh oh oh oh   yaaa rock n’

sax:
|G        |         |D        |            |
roll
|G        |G/B      |C        |F  C  F  C  |

|G        |D        |G        |C           |

|G        |F         |E7      |            |

|Am7 G/B  |C    D    |G       |F           |
                                        oh
|Em       |D          |
 Oh     oh oh

      F/C
They lived for a while in a very nice style
         D                       C G
But it's always the same in the  end
     F/C
They got a divorce as a matter of course
         D                       C   G
And they parted the closest of freh- ends
         F/C
Then the king and the queen went back to the green
            D                    Em
But you can never go back there again.
A7         Am7/D
Whoa oh oh oh oh oh oh

G
Brenda and Eddie had had it already
       D             D C 
By the summer of '75
         G
From the high to the low
       G/B
To the end of the show
        C                   F  C  F  C
For the rest of their lives
     G                       D        D C
They couldn't go back to the greasers
    G                           C
The best they could do was pick up the pieces
   G                      F                      E7
We always knew they would both find a way to get by
Am7          G/B         C          D
That's all I heard about Brenda and Eddie
Am7            G/B         C          D
Can't tell you more than I told you already
Am7            G/B     C          D         
And here we are wavin' Brenda and Eddie good

  G     F      C/E     D               
Bye. Oh oh  Oh oh  Oh oh  Oh oh
  G       F     C/E        D           
  oh  Oh oh   Oh oh    Oh oh  Oh oh
  G      F      C/E     D
  oh  Oh oh   Oh oh  Oh oh oh oh oh     
 
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Oh. . . . . 
                                              ^   ^   ^   ^
|F             |Gm7/F          |C/F         |Bb/F     F      |
  oh oh oh oh 
 ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^   ^
|C           Bb |F           Bb |C   F   C   F  |C            |


F                   Gm7/F 
   A bottle of red, ooooo   and bottle of white
C/F                              Bb/F   F
    Whatever kind of mood you're in  tonight
G7               F/A       G/B      C  
   I'll meet you any  ti-i-ime you want
        Bb     C     
In our Italian Restau-

|F         |Gm7/F        |
rant.

..sax:
      |C      Fmaj7    |Bbmaj7     |C    Fmaj7     |Bbmaj7        |

      |Dm7    C/E      |F    G7    |F/C            |C             |




   






   

            
            
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