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Ma Belle Evangeline chords

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MA BELLE EVANGELINE - Randy Newman (performed by Jim Cummings
Tabbed by: anna-leez
Standard tuning
Capo 3

C - F - C - G7

C            F             C
Look how she lights up the sky,
   G#7    G7   C
Ma Belle Evangeline.
C       F           C
So far above me yet I,
         G#7     G        C
Know her heart belongs to only me.
   F           Fm       C
Je t'adore, Je t'aime, Evangeline,
          D7           D
You're my queen of the night,
So still,
So bright.
     C          F            C
That someone as beautiful as she,
      G#7      G7       C
Could love someone like me.
C           F                C
Love always finds a way it's true!
      G#7        G7   C
And I love you, Evangeline.

C - F - C - G#7 - G7 - C x2

Love is beautiful,
Love is wonderful!
        D    D7        G
Love is everything, do you agree?
Mais oui!
C            F             C
Look how she lights up the sky,
  G#7        G7   C
I love you, Evangeline.

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lefthook77 10 Dec 13, 2016 07:55 AM

That G#7 fingering is nasty... need an alternative

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Directioner432 10 Jul 15, 2017 03:10 PM

I found one which sounds gorgeous!! Barre all strings on the fourth fret with your first finger, push your g string down on the fifth fret with your middle finger, and push down your A string on the 6th fret with your fourth finger. I hope this makes sense and works for you!

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bbfigueras 20 Aug 11, 2017 09:08 PM

u can try just g#

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