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Blue Eyes Chords

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A#6: x13333    Em7/5: xx2333   
D#9: xx1021    Aaug : x03221


[Verse 1]

 A#6
 Blue eyes  
F      Fm        Gm
 Baby's got blue eyes 
                  D#7
 Like a deep blue sea 
A#             F    F7
 On a blue blue day 

 A#6
 Blue eyes 
F      Fm        Gm
 Baby's got blue eyes 
                 D#9 
 When the morning comes 
         Cm6/D#  Em7/5   Aaug-A  Aaug  A
 I'll be far     away,           and I say 


[Chorus 1]

Dm                           A#
 Blue eyes holding back the tears 
          F
 holding back the pain 
F      Fm        Gm
 Baby's got blue eyes 
             D#7 -A#- C   F   D#-G#-F#-C#   G#-D#
 And she's alone      again 
 

[Verse 2]

A#6
 Blue eyes  
F      Fm        Gm
 Baby's got blue eyes 
                  D#7
 Like a clear blue sky 
A#             F    F7
 Watching over me 

 A#6
 Blue eyes 
F     Fm          Gm
 Ooo, I love blue eyes 
                  D#9
 When I'm by her side 
         Cm6/D#  Em7/5   Aaug-A  Aaug  A
 Where I long to be             I will see 


[Chorus 2]

Dm                        A#
 Blue eyes laughing in the sun 
            F
 Laughing in the rain 
F      Fm        Gm 
 Baby's got blue eyes 
         D#7    A#           C      Dm
 And I am home,    and I am home again 


[Chorus]

Dm                        A#
 Blue eyes laughing in the sun 
            F
 Laughing in the rain 
F      Fm        Gm 
 Baby's got blue eyes 
         D#7   A#/D   C   F   D#-G#-F#-C#   G#-D#
 And I am home        again
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Dallesportian 97 wrote on August 16 2013, 10:58 pm

Great job on a great song. But all the sharps should be flats, A# should be Bb,
D# - Eb and so on. I think the song is in Bb, piano players like the black keys.

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BibiQ65d 358 wrote on July 24 2014, 08:00 am

LOL ; A# = Bb , no matter how you call it . However, for accuracy sake,it matters when it's written for sheet music, whereby the notes would like to keep their Original name, in order to apply accidentals (sharps & flats) correctly , and so makes it easy to know what notes of a given scale are sharpened or flatted .

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cheesydave 10 wrote on January 8 2015, 07:38 am

Agree with the posters above, but this is a guitar site and those long haired louts think in sharps.

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