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Procol Harum - Whiter Shade Of Pale    1967

                             You Tube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mb3iPP-tHdA
   [Intro]
C   Em   Am   C
F   Am   Dm   F
G   G7   Em7  G7
C   F    C    G


   [Verse 1]
C  Em                    Am   C
We skipped the light fandango
F      Am                    Dm   F
Turned cartwheels 'cross the floor
G     G7            Em7     G7
I was feeling kinda seasick
C       Em                   Am  C
But the crowd called out for more
F   Am               Dm    F
The room was humming harder
G      G7           Em7  G7
As the ceiling flew away
C    Em                 Am     C
When we called out for another drink
F   Am               Dm  G
The waiter brought a tray


   [Chorus]
          C  Em    Am   C
And so it was that later
F      Am              Dm   F
As the miller told his tale
G        G7                  Em7    G7
That her face, at first just ghostly
         C      F        C    G7
Turned a whiter shade of pale


   [Instrumental]
C   Em   Am   C
F   Am   Dm   F
G   G7   Em7  G7
C   F    C    G


   [Verse 2]
C   Em                Am    C
She said, there is no reason
F       Am                Dm   F
And the truth is plain to see'
G     G7                  Em7          G7
But I wandered through my playing cards
C   Em            Am    C
And would not let her be
F      Am             Dm     F
One of sixteen vestal virgins
G        G7              Em7   G7
Who were leaving for the coast
C      Em                 Am   C
And although my eyes were open
F               Am                   Dm     G
They might have just as well've been closed


   [Chorus]
          C  Em    Am   C
And so it was that later
F      Am              Dm   F
As the miller told his tale
G        G7                  Em7    G7
That her face, at first just ghostly
         C      F        C    G7
Turned a whiter shade of pale


   [Instrumental]
C  Em  Am  C
F  Am  Dm  F
G  G7  Em7 G7
C  F   C   G7

   [Outro]
          C  Em    Am   C
And so it was that later
F      Am              Dm   F
As the miller told his tale
G        G7                  Em7    G7
That her face, at first just ghostly
         C      F        C    G7
Turned a whiter shade of pale


Mark W

            
            
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