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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.#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Date: Sun, 26 Oct 1997 22:37:28 -0700
From: CLR 
Subject: Submitting "Lady Blue" (Leon Russell)


I am submitting my interpretation of Leon Russell's classic ballad "Lady
Blue". Please let me know if you have any questions.


Lady Blue.Crd by Leon Russell

Recorded 1974
Released on Shelter LP - 'Will O' the Wisp'

Submitted by Mark Brier; Denver,Colorado
This is my best shot at this beautiful tune. I think it is correct, the only
questionable chord is the G7(+5)/F. If anyone has a better read on this chord,
let me know.


     Lady Blue (Leon Russell)


     Intro: Fmaj7//C11//Fmaj7//C11 (x2)


     Fmaj7
     Well your showing me a different side
     Dmin                    Amin
     Even asked if our flame was dying
     Bbmaj7                  G-7
     Your getting use to me baby
     A7                Dmin7
     You just wait and see lady
     Bbmaj7               Gmin7
     Cause I've been in love before
     A7
     And I love you a whole lot more

     Fmaj7
     Now if you want it to be real good to you
     Dmin              Amin
     When I'm left here makin love to you
     Bbmaj7             G-7
     Listen real close to me babe
     A7                Dmin7
     I wanna get it straight right now baby
     Bbmaj7             G-7      C11
     Cause I'm loving you more and more and more
     Fmaj7
     Lady blue

     Gmaj7                    A7(+11)
     Sad baby, Blue lady sing me a love song
     G7(+5)/F                  Gmaj7
     I just want you to know, that I'm loving you more and more
     and more...

     (Sax solo)
     Bbmaj7 / /C7/ /Amin7/Dmin7/Bbmaj7/Gmin7  C11/

     Repeat verse one and end

            
            
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juhrmann 376 May 15, 2017 06:21 AM

That part seems to have some dissonant chord/bass note(the F) in it. After the Gmaj7, where you have the A7(+11), I play an Em#7 shape without the E note, (X-2-1-0-0-0). I focus on playing the 5 and 4 string(B & Eb) in an alternating bass pattern. Where you have the G7(+5)/F, I continue to hold the Em#7, but add the F on the 6 string, and alternate bass notes between the 6 and 5 strings(F & B), until the Gmaj7. I use the thumb over the top, and then slide the thumb up to the Gmaj7. It sounds similar to what Leon does to me, and it's fun to play. Just hold those bass notes.

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