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Verse:
Eb                                  Ab             Gm  Cm
 I can     the lights and sing you songs full of sad things,
Fm7            Ab     Bb7       Eb   Bb7
 We can do the tango just for two.
Eb                          Ab            Gm    Cm
 I can serenade and gently play on your heart strings;
Fm7            Abm   Bb7       Eb   Bb7
 Be your Valen-tino just for you.

Chorus:
Eb     Bb7    Cm   Gm Ab   Eb   Bb7                Cm         G7  
 Ooh, love, ooh, lo-ver boy, what're doing to-night, hey boy?

    Cm   Gm         Cm    Gm
Set my a-larm, turn on my charm,
          Fm7                  Abm        Bb7    Eb
That's be-cause I'm a good old fashioned lover boy.

Bridge:
Abm                     Eb                G    Eb   G    Eb  
 Ooh, let me feel your heartbeat, -grow fast-er, fast-er-,


Abm   Gb7              B        Gb7
 Ooh, can you feel my love heat?
                      B          Gb7
Come on and sit on my hot seat of love and tell me;
B          Bb7               Eb
 How do you feel right after all?
                     Ab          Gm  Cm
I'd like for you and I to go ro-man-cing;
Fm7                 Abm      Bb7     Eb    Bb7
 Say the word, your wish is my com-mand.

Chorus:
Eb     Bb7    Cm   Gm Ab   Eb   Bb7                Cm         G7  
 Ooh, love, ooh, lo-ver boy, what're doing to-night, hey boy?


Cm        Gm      Cm        Gm
 Write my letter, feel much better,
    Fm7          Abm            Bb7   Eb
And use my fancy patter on the tele-phone.

Bridge:
Eb 
 When I'm not with you, think of you always,
              Bb7sus4          Bb7  
-I miss those long hot summer nights-, I miss you.
Eb                       Bbm7
 When I'm not with you; think of me always...
  F7        Bb7   C7
I love you, love you.


Fm7
 Hey boy, where did you get it from? Hey boy, where did you go?
  Fm                        Abm                 Bb7              Eb
I learned my passion in the good old fashioned school of lover boys.

Solo:
    Eb  Bb7  Cm  Gm  Ab
    Eb  Bb7  
    Cm  G7  
    Cm  Gm  Cm  Gm
    Fm  Abm  Gm  Abm7
    Eb  Bb  Cm  Gm  Fm7  Ab  Bb7

Verse:
Eb                                  Ab        Gm   Cm
 Dining at the Ritz, we'll meet at nine pre-cise-ly,

-One two, three, four, five, six, seven eight, nine o'clock-,
Fm7             Ab         Bb7        Eb    Bb7
 I will pay the bill, you taste the wine.
Eb                               Ab                   Gm   Cm
 Driving back in style in my sa-loon, will do quite nice-ly,
     Fm7             Abm7         Bb7      Eb
Just take me back to yours, that will be fine.
             Bb7
-Come on and get it-...

Chorus:
Eb     Bb7    Cm   Gm Ab   Eb   Bb7                Cm         G7  
 Ooh, love, ooh, lo-ver boy, what're doing to-night, hey boy?


      Cm          Gm          Cm      Gm
Every-thing's all right, just hold on tight,
          Fm7                  Abm           Bb7    Eb   Bb, Eb
That's be-cause I'm a good old fashioned... lover boy.
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3 Comments

  1. It’s imraietpve that more people make this exact point.

  2. This is great! Really accurate.
    Has anyone got any tips on how to do the quick G-Eb-G-Eb transition at the end of the first bridge?

  3. Much easier and sounds just as well at -3.

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