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How High The Moon:Les Paul And Mary Ford.
#1 in 1951 on CAPITOL Records.

INTRO:  Gbm7 F7 Em7 A7 D A7 (x2)

#1.
A7                D                    Dm7  G7
Somewhere there's music..how faint the tune?
                  Cmaj7   C6           Cm7  F7
Somewhere there's heaven..how high the moon?
            Bbm7            Em7-5   A7        Dm  Em7-5
There is no moon above when love is far away, too.
A7           D    A7            Gbm7    F7   Em7
Til it comes true that you love me as I love you.

#2.
A7                D                    Dm7  G7
Somewhere there's music..how near, how far?
                  Cmaj7   C6             Cm7 F7
Somewhere there's heaven..it's where you are.
    Bbmaj7                       Em7-5     A7
The darkest night would shine if you would come 
      D   Em7
to me soon.
  A7      Gbm7      F7       Em7        A7sus A7  Dmaj7
Until you will, how still my heart..how high  the moon?


INTERLUDE: A7 D Dm7 G7..Cmaj7 C6 Cm7 F7..Bbm7 Em7-5 A7 Dm Em7-5
             
           A7 D A7 Gbm7 F7 Em7
#3.
A7                D                    Dm7  G7
Somewhere there's music..how faint the tune?
                  Cmaj7   C6           Cm7  F7
Somewhere there's heaven..how high the moon?
            Bbm7            Em7-5   A7        Dm  Em7-5
There is no moon above when love is far away, too.
A7           D    A7            Gbm7    F7   Em7
Til it comes true that you love me as I love you.

#4.
A7                D                    Dm7  G7
Somewhere there's music..how near, how far?
                  Cmaj7   C6             Cm7 F7
Somewhere there's heaven..it's where you are.
    Bbmaj7                       Em7-5     A7
The darkest night would shine if you would come 
      D   Em7
to me soon.
  A7      Gbm7      F7       Em7        A7sus A7  Dmaj7
Until you will, how still my heart..how high  the moon?



A fifties/sixties smash from Kraziekhat.


            
            
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Kraziekhat 64,745 Jan 18, 2013 11:11 PM

O.K. I ****ed this one up. No excuse. KK.

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Kraziekhat 64,745 Jul 16, 2014 12:44 AM

I re-did it and hope it passes muster. Les Paul was a genius
and I couldn't dream of even being that good. I don't
think we'll ever see anyone as good again. KK.

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