Blue Velvet:The Statues. On Liberty Records in 1960. (One of the quartet was Hugh Jarrett, formerly of the Jordanaires..Elvis Presley's original back up singers.) ***Their version was arranged a bit differently than the others.)*** #1. Eb Gb Ab Cm Bm Bbm She wore blue velvet (ooo-ooo-ooo) bluer than Eb Ab Eb Bm velvet was the night (ooo-ooo-ooo.) Bbm Eb Ab Softer than satin was the light from her eyes. Gb B (Aaaa-aaaa-aaaa-aaaa) #2. A Ab Cm Bm Bbm She wore blue velvet (ooo-ooo-ooo) and as the Eb Ab Eb Bbm night danced slowly by (ooo-ooo-ooo) warmer than Eb Bbm Fm Bbm May her tender sighs, love was ours. Db E Ab Ours a love we held tightly, here in this rapturous glow. Db E Cm Bm Like a flame burning brightly, but when she's gone, Bbm A gone was the glow of.. #3. Ab Cm Bm Bbm Eb Blue velvet (ooo-ooo-ooo) and in my heart there'll Ab Cm Bm Bbm Db Bb Bbm Eb always be..(ooo-ooo-ooo) precious and warm, a memory, Ab Bb Eb Bb through the years. Ab Eb Db Dbm E Eb A Bb Eb Ab And I still can see blue vel-vet thro-ugh myyyy tears. OUTRO: Ab Cm Ab (I can still see blue velvet through my tears.) A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.