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Fly Me To The Moon Chords

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In Other Words (Fly Me to the Moon) by Bart Howard
Sung by Frank Sinatra

This is a simpler and better sounding version!

Chords:

  Am7 Dm7 G7  Cmaj7 C7dim E7
e|-0- -1- -1- -0- -0- -0-|
B|-1- -1- -0- -0- -0- -0-|
G|-0- -2- -0- -0- -3- -1-|
D|-2- -0- -0- -2- -2- -0-|
A|-0- -0- -2- -3- -3- -2-|
E|-0- --- -3- -0- -0- -0-|


Am7           Dm7              G7             Cmaj7  
   C7dim
Fly me to the moon, and let me play among the stars
Dm7             G7                E7          Am7
Let me see what spring is like on Jupiter and Mars
Dm7             G7         Cmaj7    C7dim
In other words,    hold my hand.
Dm7             G7           C   E7
In other words,    baby kiss me.
Am7                 Dm7              G7          
Cmaj7     C7dim
Fill my heart with song, and let me sing forever more
Dm7               G7              E7             Am7
You're all that I long for, all I worship and do adore.
Dm7             G7            Cmaj7    C7dim
In other words,     please be true!
Dm7             G7        C
In other words,    I love you!
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carboncrank 22 May 04, 2015 04:17 PM

Lack of accuracy. Tab incomplete. Clearly wrong. plus, nobody addresses the ending. In other words sung twice with a key change. and the chord diagrams he supplied are wrong. the notes for the C7 he has listed are the notes of a Cmaj7 and I don't know of a chord called a C7dim. diminished chords don't have sevenths. the notes in Cdim chord are C, Eb, and Gb. diminshed chords are triads of minor thirds. The chord on this page has a Bb on the G string and the open B second string. It's completely dissonant. Playing the flat 7 and raised 7 in the same chord is one of the worse mistake you can make. I sounds gawd awful.

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