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Intro - x4 -: D Bm D

G
Come a little bit closer
                    D   D Bm D - 2x -
Hear what I have to say
G
Just like children sleepin
                           D  D Bm D   
We could dream this night away.
G
But there s a full moon risin
                       D   D Bm D   
Let s go dancin in the light
G
We know where the music s playin
                          D   D Bm D   
Let s go out and feel the night.


G                              A
Because I m still in love with you
                         Em
I want to see you dance again
G                              A
Because I m still in love with you
                D   D Bm D   
On this harvest moon.


G
When we were strangers
                    D  D Bm D   
I watched you from afar
G
When we were lovers
                        D   D Bm D   
I loved you with all my heart.
G
But now its gettin late
                        D   D Bm D   
And the moon is climbin high
G
I want to celebrate
                      D  D Bm D   
See it shinin in your eye.


G                              A
Because I m still in love with you
                         Em
I want to see you dance again
G                              A
Because I m still in love with you
                D   D Bm D     D Bm D   
On this harvest moon.    
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3 Comments

  1. Ukulelegal

    Strumming pattern?

  2. where4art

    P.S. to my comment of a week ago, in case it eventually undergoes “moderation”…

    By “D7” I meant Dmaj7. Played at fret 2, it’s an easy transition from Bm in the same position—sounds just like the record :-)

  3. where4art

    Thanks for these chords, which were a great place to start. Here are some modifications I’ve made that you might want to try:

    • for the 4-chord repeating riff, use D—Bm—D7—D7 instead of D—D—Bm—D

    • use Em throughout instead of G

    • add the signature arpeggio by playing Em at 7th fret, then strum Em in that position (muting first string) so that you can easily repeat the arpeggio before moving down to first position again

    I’m just a beginner, and the barre chords in this are more challenging that I expected (sounds so easy on the record)… but I’m sticking with with it till I have it down!

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