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Blue Chords

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"Blue" 
by Leann Rimes
Capo 2


[Intro]

G


[Verse]

G  B7  E       
Bl -  ue,      oh, so lonesome for you
A                 D               G        D
Why can't you be blue over me?

G  B7  E     
Bl - ue,     oh, so lonesome for you
A                 D               G        D
Tears fill my eyes till I can't see


[Chorus]

B7                           E
3 o' clock in the morning,   here am I
A                         D
Sitting here so lone-ly,  so lonesome, I could cry


[Bridge]

G  B7  E 
Bl - ue,     oh, so lonesome for you
A                 D               G        D
Why can't you be blue over me?


[Solo]

G B7 E A D G D


[Chorus]

B7                           E
Now that it's over,  I realized
A                         D
Those weak words you whispered were nothing but lies


[Outro]

G  B7  E 
Bl - ue,     oh, so lonesome for you
A                 D               G        D
Why can't you be blue over me?
A                 D               G        D
Why can't you be blue over me?

I looked and looked and couldn't find anything that sounded right until I watched 
this hillbilly gal on youtube play it.  So, I've posted for the benefit of you 
good people out there.  Great song, enjoy. mko
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CrazyChris88 10 Nov 28, 2016 10:47 PM, edited on December 17 2016, 06:34 pm

Almost perfect! Except on the outro, the key goes up one half step.

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CrazyChris88 10 Jan 12, 2017 12:14 AM

This is what works for me, as a rookie on acoustic:
Play the G like an F chord on the 3rd fret. That way you can do a bit of a walkup to the G.
You can also walkup to the B7 the same way.

On the last chorus, when the key goes up a half step:
play the G and B7 with the same fingering, just one fret higher
the E becomes an ordinary F chord
the A becomes an A# or Bb
move the D chord up a half fret (you can only play 3 strings)
... or you can just stop playing and move the capo ;)

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