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Dorothy Moore - Misty Blue Chords

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Misty Blue:Dorothy Moore.
#5 in UK, #3 USA and #2 R&B charts in 1976.
(Many others have done versions of the song, incl.
 Bobby Vinton and Monica.)

               (Capo 3rd fret.)
#1.
C        C+          F6
Oh, it's been such a long, long time,
G7                      C
looks like I'd get you, off my mind.
C7                        F          Dm
Oh, but I can't, just the thought of you..
G6       G7      C
turns my world a misty blue.

#2.
       C+      F6
Just a mention of your name,
G7                 C
turns the flicker, to a flame.
C7                   F       Dm
I think of things we used to do..
G6       G7           C     C7
then, my world turns, misty blue.

CHORUS:
F             F#dim    C      G7         C
I should for..get you..Heaven knows I've tried.
                   F
But when I say I'm glad we're through,
G7                  C
my heart knows I've lied.

#3.
C        C+          F6
Oh, it's been such a long, long time,
G7                      C
looks like I'd get you, off my mind.
C7                        F          Dm
Oh, but I can't, just the thought of you..
G6       G7       C
turns my world, a misty blue.

OUTRO:
C7                        F          Dm
Oh, but I can't, just the thought of you..
G6       G7       C
turns my world, a misty blue.(Fade.)


A seventies smash from Kraziekhat.



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