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Crazy Chords

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(run up chromatically: Bb7/9 B7/9 C7/9 C#7/9 D7/9 E B7/9)

Bb            G                    Cm7
Crazy ... I'm crazy for feelin' so lonely

    F                   Edim       Bb7   Bdim   C7/9   F
I'm crazy ... crazy for feelin' so blue

Bb           G                      Cm7
I knew you'd love me as long as you wanted,

         F                                    Bb   Cm7   Gdim   Bb
And then someday, you'd leave me for somebody new

Eb7                           Bb
Worry ... why do I let myself worry?

C7                                    F (riff on 6th fret)
Wonderin' ... what in the world did I do?

    Bb            G                           Cm7
Oh, crazy ... for thinkin' that my love could hold you

    Ebmaj7    Dm7         Cm7       G7
I'm crazy for tryin', and crazy for cryin'

        Cm7       F      Bb   (F#7)(modulation to B)
And I'm crazy for lovin' you

B             G#                          C#m7
Crazy ... for thinkin' that my love could hold you

    Emaj7     Ebm7        C#m7      G#7
I'm crazy for tryin', and crazy for cryin'

         C#m7     F#     B

(run up chromatically: B7/9 C7/9 C#7/9 D7/9 EB7/9 E7/9) B

And I'm crazy for lovin' you
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no1flyhalf 61 wrote on March 23 2008, 05:40 pm

very nice.

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elpianoman 10 wrote on May 4 2012, 10:29 pm

Not bad. Crazy for cryin' is a bdim chord in the original key and cdim in the key change on all of the recordings I have listened to.

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natkingfrog 10 wrote on March 31 2013, 09:44 am

If we're being picky about diminished chords, elpianoman is right. On the Patsy Cline recording, there is a diminished chord on the word "crying" and not a dominant 7th. However,the diminished chord, B dim, on "crying" can be played as a G7 (or a G7-9 if you're in a jazz mood) with the exact same effect, as either chord would be a valid chord substitute for the other. However, the diminished chord (E dim) in the middle eight on the word "let" is totally missing, and really is integral to the sound.

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