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Intro -x2-: Em  D

Em              D   Em                    D
Nights in white satin, never reaching the end
C            G      F                  Em
Letters I've written, never meaning to send
Em         D           Em                   D
Beauty I'd always missed, with these eyes before
C             G       F                Em
Just what the truth is, I can't say anymore

        A               C
Cause I love you, yes I love you
           Em   D  Em  D
Ohhh how I love you

Em        D     Em             D
Gazing at people, some hand in hand
C             G            F                 Em
Just what I'm going through, they can't understand
Em          D      Em                       D
Some try to tell me, thoughts they cannot defend
C             G         F                  Em
Just what you want to be, you'll be in the end

        A               C
Cause I love you, yes I love you
           Em   D  Em  D
Ohhh how I love you

        A               C
Cause I love you, yes I love you
           Em   D  Em  D
Ohhh how I love you
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  1. delicatorum

    Sounds the best in +3 for me

  2. Use 0432 for the last Em in each chord (I use barre chords throughout except F & A) and the base line (C, B, A, open G) fits the song.

  3. What a beautiful song the UKu will be busy today and a merry Christmas to you all


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