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Blue Bayou Chords

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BLUE BAYOU: ROY ORBISON (R. Orbison/J. Melson) (108 - 4/4)

|%     |: Repeat the Previous Chord and Measure of 4-Counts.
// / /  : Breaks.


Intro   : |F    |%    |%    |%    |

Verse 1:

F                         |%           |
  I FEEL SO BAD I'VE GOT A WORRIED MIND,

%                 C7          |
  I'M SO LONESOME ALL THE TIME,
                                            // /  /
%                |%             |F         |F  C7 F   |                    |
  SINCE I LEFT MY BABY BEHIND ON BLUE BAYOU.       |3-Counts Backing Vocals|

Verse 2:

F                |%            |
  SAVING NICKLES  SAVING DIMES,

C7                 |%              |
   WORKIN' TILL THE SUN DON'T SHINE,
                                                   // /  /
%                    |%                |F         |F  Eb F
  LOOKING FORWARD  TO HAPPIER TIMES  ON BLUE BAYOU.

Chorus:

         |F            |%                |Gm        |%
I'M GOING BACK SOMEDAY  COME WHAT MAY  TO BLUE BAYOU.

         |C7                    |%               |F         |%
WHERE YOU SLEEP ALL DAY  AND THE CATFISH PLAY  ON BLUE BAYOU.

         |Fsus2                     |F7              |Bb          |Gm
ALL THOSE FISHING BOATS   WITH THEIR SAILS AFLOAT  IF I COULD ONLY SEE,

                                                              // /  /
       |F                      |C7              |F           |F  C7 F   |                    |
THAT FA-MILIAR SUNRISE  THROUGH SLEEPY EYES  HOW HAPPY I'D BE.       |3-Counts Backing Vocals|

Verse 3:

F             |%         |
  GO TO SEE MY BABY AGAIN,

C7               |%                 |
  AND TO BE  WITH SOME OF MY FRIENDS,
                                          // /  /
%              |%             |F         |F  Eb F
  MAYBE I'D  BE HAPPY THEN  ON BLUE BAYOU.

Chorus:

         |F            |%             |Gm        |%
I'M GOING BACK SOMEDAY  GONNA STAY ON  BLUE BAYOU.

         |C7                     |%                |F         |%
WHERE THE FOLKS ARE FINE  AND THE WORLD IS MINE  ON BLUE BAYOU.

       |Fsus2        |F7             |Bb                  |Gm
AH THAT GIRL OF MINE  BY MY SIDE, THE SILVER MOON  AND THE EVENING TIDE.

                                                        // /  /
  |F                    |C7             |F             |F  C7 F
OH SOME SWEET DAY  GONNA TAKE AWAY  THIS HURTIN' INSIDE.

Outro:
                                        |2-Counts|
    |C7               |%                |%       |
I'LL NEVER BE BLUE  MY DREAMS COME TRUE,      ON

Gm    |C7    |F                |%         |
BLUE   BA -   YOU, ON BLUE BLUE BLUE BAYOU.

%           |%         |
ON BLUE BLUE BLUE BAYOU. (in Fade Out)


Tab by: DAIRYBEAT (André H. Hofman, Purmerend, Netherlands).
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Genie T wrote on November 20 2013, 01:33 am

Please remove the hyphens with in lyric words or put them into all the multisyllabic words. They are unnecessary and confusing when they're scattered about haphazardly.

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Dairybeat wrote on July 15 2014, 10:03 am

Copy and paste it to your own computer. Change it to the way you like to use it. So easy isn't it...

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Genie T wrote on July 15 2014, 03:58 pm

Not everyone will know which words are supposed to be hyphenated and which ones aren't. As I said, it's confusing when a few words are arbitrarily hyphenated (e.g., "fa-miliar"). (So easy to correct it.)

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