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A Whiter Shade Of Pale chords

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C - x32010
C/B - x22010
Am - x02210
Am/G - 302210
F - xx3211
F/E - xx2211
Dm - xx0231
Dm/C - x30231
G - 320003
G/F - 120003
Em - 022000
Em/D - xx0000
Gsus4 - 320010
Gsus3 - 320000



[Intro]

C C/B  Am Am/G  F F/E  Dm Dm/C  G G/F  Em Em/D  C F  G F G


[Verse]

C     C/B              Am     Am/G
We skipped the light fandango
F    F/E                     Dm    Dm/C
turned cartwheels 'cross the floor
G       G/F          Em      Em/D
I was feeling kinda seasick
C        C/B           Am         Am/G
but the crowd called out for more
F       F/E          Dm     Dm/C
The room was humming harder
G       G/F          Em    Em/D
as the ceiling flew away
C          C/B            Am     Am/G
When we called out for another drink
F       F/E          Dm     
the waiter brought a tray


[Chorus]

G7          C  C/B        Am    Am/G
And so it was,___ that later,____
F       F/E             Dm  Dm/C
as the miller told his tale
G   G/F                  Em           Em/D
that her face, at first just ghostly,
           C    F        C    Gsus4-3
turned a whiter shade of pale

C C/B  Am Am/G  F F/E  Dm Dm/C  G G/F  Em Em/D  C F  G F G


[Verse 2]

C     C/B            Am     Am/G
She said there is no reason
F        F/E              Dm    Dm/C
And the truth is plain to see
G       G/F                Em       Em/D
But I wandered through my playing cards
C       C/B       Am       Am/G
Would not let her be
F       F/E           Dm      Dm/C
One of sixteen vestal virgins
G        G/F             Em    Em/D
Who were leaving for the coast
C           C/B           Am   Am/G
And although my eyes were o____pen
F       F/E                  Dm  
They might just as well been closed


[Chorus]

G7          C  C/B        Am    Am/G
And so it was,___ that later,____
F       F/E             Dm  Dm/C
as the miller told his tale
G   G/F                  Em           Em/D
that her face, at first just ghostly,
           C    F        C    Gsus4-3
turned a whiter shade of pale

C C/B  Am Am/G  F F/E  Dm Dm/C  G G/F  Em Em/D  C F  G

G7          C  C/B        Am    Am/G
And so it was,___ that later,____
F       F/E             Dm  Dm/C
as the miller told his tale

            
            
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bookstorecowboy 253 Mar 03, 2014 05:42 AM

Thank you! Much better than the others that I looked at!

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bookstorecowboy 253 Mar 03, 2014 01:34 PM

I think the "Gsus3" should be a G6. The open "e" on the sixth string is the sixth of G.

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john.wesley.dav 10 Mar 26, 2017 09:28 AM

I was leaning towards G to G7

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