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Artist: The Platters
Song: Only You
Tabbed by: John Leadman

   G  (320033)
   B7 (x21202)
   Em (022000)
   G7 (320001)
   C  (x32010)
   D7 (xx0212)
   E7 (020100)
   A7 (x02020)

        D7    C#7 D7

        G                    B7
   Only you    can make this world seem right
        Em                  G               G7
   Only you    can make the darkness bright
        C            D7        G         B7       Em    E7
   Only you and you alone, can thrill me like you do,
       A7                               D7
   and fill my heart with love for only you

        G                    B7
   Only you    can make this change in me
            Em                  G         G7
   For it's true     you are my destiny
            C               Cm             G     B7       Em
   When you hold my hand, I understand the magic that you do
   You're my dream come true
      D7               G    G#   G
   My one and on-ly    you

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Barnazz 74 Jan 15, 2011 12:51 AM

I think it's this, but in Eb instead of G.

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TroutLayDee 166 Apr 29, 2013 01:57 PM

sounds great

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Paul Azzopardi 21 May 04, 2013 01:29 PM

If you've go the right octaves, you should play this in D not G.

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