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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: PatnSoph@aol.com

    Well, here is a simple version of a guitar arrangement
of the song "A Rainy Night In Paris" from the album
"At Then End Of A Perfect Day" by Chris de Burgh.

    This original song features a piano and a saxophone.
This arrangement may be used as a main frame, without much
difficulty, to which you can add your own variations.

    If you're interested in CdB's songs, you can reach me
at PatnSoph@aol.com

    Have fun...

    Pat.



# A Rainy Night In Paris
# Chris de Burgh
# From the album : At The end Of A Perfect Day



  The intro is also the main theme.

  Em                B7
!-----------------!-----------------!
!-0---0---1---0---!---0---0-----0---!
!-----0---0---0---!---------2---2---!
!---2---2---2-----!-----4-----1---1-!
!-----------------!-2---------------!
!-0---------------!-----------------!

  Em                B7
!-----------------!-----------------!
!-----0---1---0---!---0---0-----0---!
!-----0---0---0---!---------2---2---!
!---2---2---2-----!-----4-----1---1-!
!-----------------!-2---------------!
!-0---------------!-----------------!

  Am      D7        G
!-----------------!---------3---3---!
!-------0-1---0---!-----3---3---3---!
!-2---2-----2---0-!---0---0---0---0-!
!---2-----0-------!-----------------!
!-0---------------!-----------------!
!-----------------!-3---------------!

  C/G     B/F#      Em
!-----------------!-0---2---3---3---
!-----------------!-0---0---0---0---
!-0-----2-------0-!---0---0---0---0-
!-----2-------4---!-----------------
!---3-------2-----!-----------------
!-3-------2-------!-0---------------

  The verse is the main theme twice
  with a variation on the last bar.

                    Em
  1st time
       -!-----------------!
                 -!---------0---0---!
                 -!-----0=2-0---0---!
                 -!---2-------2-----!
                 -!-----------------!
                 -!-0---------------!

                    Em
  2nd time       -!---------------0-!
                 -!---------0---0---!
                 -!-----0=2---0-----!
                 -!---2-----2-------!
                 -!-----------------!
                 -!-0---------------!

  The second type of verse.

  Em                Am
!-0-----0-0-------!---------0-------!
!-----0---0-----0-!-1-------0=1=0---!
!---0-----0---0---!-----2---2-----2-!
!---------2-------!---2---2-2-------!
!---------2-------!-0-------0-------!
!-0-------0-------!-----------------!

  D                 G
!---------2-------!-----3-------3---!
!-3---3---3-----0-!-----3-------3---!
!---2---2-2---2---!---0---0---0---0-!
!-0-------0-------!-----------------!
!-----------------!-----------------!
!-----------------!-3-------2-------!

  Em                Am
!---------0-------!---------0-------!
!-----0---0---3---!-1-------1---1-0-!
!---0---0-0-------!-----2---2-------!
!---------2-------!---2---2-2-------!
!---------2-------!-0-------0-------!
!-0-------0-------!-----------------!

  F                 B7
!---------1-------!-----------------
!-1-------1=0-----!---0---0-----0---
!-----2---2---2---!---------2---2---
!---3---3-3-------!-----4-----1---1-
!---------3-------!-2---------------
!-1-------1-------!-----------------

  The conclusion is a variation on the main theme.



It's a rainy night in Paris,
And the harbour lights are low.
He must leave his love in Paris
Before the winter snow.

On a lonely street in Paris,
He held her close to say
" We'll meet again in Paris
  When there are flowers on the Champs-Elysees. "

" How long " she said " How long,
  And will your love be strong ?
  When you're across the sea,
  Will your love remember me ? "

Then she gave him words to turn to
When the winter nights were long.
" Nous serons encore amoureux
  Avec les couleurs du printemps. "

" And then " she said " And then,
  Our love will grow again. "
Ah, but in her eyes he sees
Her words of love are only words to please.

And now the lights of Paris
Grow dim and fade away.
And I know by the light of Paris
I will never see her again.




            
            
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