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Dance chords

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Here's my interpretation of a much overlooked classic Mod Revival tune. So suit up and enjoy!

(Intro)
D

(Verse)
D          A  G      A              D
It's up to you - say yes and it's alright
D            A    G
Too much too soon?  - Do you want to stay the night?
G               A
If you want to it's alright
D        A    G         A           D
You had enough  and you want to be alone
D             A     G
O.K. - That's rough - If you want I'll walk you home
G                    A
But don't go on your own

(Chorus)
F#m   G         D
D-a-a-ance with me tonight
 D                 D    F#m  G          
At least you can - Just da…..nce
D
I want you more that I can stand

2nd Verse
Chorus (twice)
3rd Verse
Chorus
(Final Part)
F#m   G       D
D-a-a-ance with me tonight
D                  D   F#m  G 
At least you can - Just d-a-a-ance

(Outr)
D  A  D  A  D A  D A

All my own work!
George Alty
Everton, Notts
8 June 2012
http://www.thelambrettas.co.uk/

            
            
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