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Venus In Blue Jeans Original Chords

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Venus In Blue Jeans:Jimmy Clanton.
#4 in UK, #5 Canada and #7 USA in 1962.

INTRO: Ab C# Fm Ebm Ab (x2)

#1.
Ab    C#       Fm               Ebm         Ab    C#
She's Venus in blue jeans, Mona Lisa with a pony..tail.
Ebm     Ab                Fm      Bbm
She's a walkin', talkin', work of art,
Eb                 Ab
she's the girl who stole my heart.
Ab C#       Fm                 Ebm        Ab C#
My Venus in blue jeans, is the Cinderella I adore,
Ebm      Ab           Fm     Bbm    Ebm   Ab        C#
she's my very special angel, too, a fairy tale come true.

CHORUS:
     F#                        Fm
They say there's Seven Wonders in the world,
    Ebm              Ab    C#
but what they say is outta date,
        F#                      Fm
There's more than Seven Wonders in the world,
  Eb              Ab
I just met number eight.

#2.
C#          Fm            Ebm          Ab         Fm 
My Venus in blue jeans is everything I hoped she'd be,
  Ebm      Ab      Fm   Bbm        Ebm     Ab    Ab7 C#
A teenaged goddess from above, and she...belongs to  me...

(INTERLUDE:) 

OUTRO:
   D        F#m           Em           A     F#m   B
My Venus in blue jeans is everything I hoped she'd be,
  Em       A       F#m   Bm       Em       A       A7   D
A teenaged goddess from above and she... belongs...to...me..


A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.
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