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Blue chords

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Complete and well-aligned chords / no capo / intermediate with split chords and suggestions for playable voicings. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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          Blue – Jeff Lynne’s ELO
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Tabbed by: maguri
Tuning: Standard

Jeff Lynne’s ELO 
Blue
(Lynne)

From: "Alone in the Universe" (2015)

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CHORDS

          E-A-D-G-B-e
Am/E      0-2-2-2-1-0
F#m7-5    2-x-2-2-1-0
B7-9      x-2-1-2-1-x
D9        x-x-0-2-1-0
C9        x-3-2-3-3-3
Dm6/E     0-2-3-2-3-x (= Bm7-5/E)

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[Intro]
| E    Am/E | E    Am/E | E |


[Verse]
F#m7-5 B7-9       E
Blue  ...  is the world
           F#m7-5 B7-9       E
Silent and blue  ...  is the world,
         A               D9
Sailing upon the deepest sea,
             G#m         C9
Spinning the void eternally,
    F#m7-5 B7-9
And blue – ue
            | E    Am/E | E |
Blue is the world


[Verse]
F#m7-5 B7-9       E
Blue  ...  is the night
           F#m7-5 B7-9       E
Silent and blue  ...  is the night,
             A             D9
And when the sun begins to glow,
             G#m           C9
There'll be another blue tomorrow,
    F#m7-5 B7-9
And blue – ue
            | E    Am/E | E |
Blue is the world


[Middle 8]
C#m             G#
 Maybe I'm just dreaming
A                         E
 A million miles from the shore,
C#m                  G#
 Does the world stop turning,
A                         | F#7 | [ F#m7-5 ]
 If you're not watching anymo-o-o-ore


[Verse]
| F#m7-5 | B7-9 | E | % |
(solo)
| F#m7-5 | B7-9 | E | % |
(solo)

         A               D9
Sailing upon the deepest sea,
             G#m         C9
Spinning the void eternally,
    F#m7-5 B7-9
And blue – ue
            | E    Am/E | E |
Blue is the world


[Coda]
    F#m7-5 B7-9
And blue – ue
            | E    Am/E | E    Am/E |
Blue is the world

    F#m7-5 B7-9
And blue – ue
            E
Blue is the world 

 Am/E        E
(Blue is the world)
 Am/E        E
(Blue is the world)
 Dm6/E       E
(Blue is the world)


            
            
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Mats Fagergren 2,159 May 01, 2017 04:36 PM

Cannot be better..5 stars at least..

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Popeyelegs 10 May 07, 2017 09:13 PM

Hey Maguri,

I think the last time Jeff sings Blue is the world, the chord on blue is a straight dm. I played the E7sus4 today on the piano and compared it with the d minor.

Also, I don't think the C9 on "eternally" or "tomorrow" is right either, even though that's the same chord I found. There's a typical "down a step down a step" harmony note in that chord that's NOT in a C9.

Otherwise, what a great job. I made a mistake (I was mislead by a friend) to write a C9 as C7-9, stacking the notes, but I now realize that I was saying C 7 with a flat 9, which is not what I meant. You did what I wanted to do and just wrote C9, which is what I assumed was correct before my well-meaning friend chimed in, LOL.

U.G. hasn't "released" my version yet, and now I can't find it to change it.

Popeyelegs

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