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Im In A Philly Mood ukulele

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"I'm in a Philly Mood" - Daryl Hall
 From the album "Soul Alone" (1993)

This one is definitely meant to be played on a keyboard. I think these chords are pretty accurate
though, either way..

Intro: (see chorus chords below)

Verse:

F#m7                      Bm7
Turn out the light - I can see your face

 F#m7                   Bm7
It's you and I - in the time and place

F#m7               Bm7
The radio playing Teddy's groove

F#m7                       Bm7              A+/D#
The city nights - nothing love couldn't do

Pre-Chorus:

Dmaj7              C#7
Oh  baby   it's been too long

          E/F#      F#
I need to feel the same thing

D/E             E
That made that time our own

Chorus:

F#/A#
Oh..

                B
let's make it groove

           D/E       E
Taking it nice and smooth

          Amaj7        E/G#
I'm in a Philly mood

F#/A#           B
Oh, baby come down

        D/E       E
I wanna hold you now

         Amaj7
I'm in a Philly mood

            
            
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