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A Whiter Shade Of Pale chords

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[Chords]
C - x32010
C/B - x22010
Am - x02210
C/G - 332010
F - 133211
Dm - xx0231
Dm/C - x30231
G - 320003
G/F - 100033
Em - 022000
G7/D - xx0001
G7 - 320001
G6 - 320000

[Intro] (x4)
B/B
C C/B Am C/G F    Dm Dm/C G G/F Em G7/D C F G

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

[Chorus]
G6       C  C/B        Am    C/G
And so it was, that later,
F                       Dm  Dm/C
as the miller told his tale
G   G/F                  Em           G7/D
that her face, at first just ghostly,
           C    F        C    G7
turned a whiter shade of pale

[Instrumental]
C C/B Am C/G F    Dm Dm/C G G/F Em G7/D C F G

[Verse 2]
C    C/B              Am     C/G
She said, 'There is no reason
F                             Dm    Dm/C
and the truth is plain to see.'
G       G/F               Em         G7/D
But I wandered through my playing cards
C        C/B           Am         C/G
and would not let her be
F                      Dm     Dm/C
one of sixteen vestal virgins
G       G/F          Em    G7/D
who were leaving for the coast
C          C/B            Am     C/G
and although my eyes were open
F                                    Dm
they might have just as well've been closed

[Chorus]
G6       C  C/B        Am    C/G
And so it was, that later,
F                       Dm  Dm/C
as the miller told his tale
G   G/F                  Em           G7/D
that her face, at first just ghostly,
           C    F        C    G7
turned a whiter shade of pale

[Instrumental] 
C C/B Am C/G F    Dm Dm/C G G/F Em G7/D C F G

[Chorus]
G6       C  C/B        Am    C/G
And so it was, that later,
F                       Dm  Dm/C
as the miller told his tale
G   G/F                  Em           G7/D
that her face, at first just ghostly,
           C    F        C    G7
turned a whiter shade of pale 

            
            
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