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Eb        Eb6   Ebm7     Fm7      Fm7
Danke schoen, darling, danke schoen, 

 Bb9      Bb7   A7su4 Bb7   Eb       Eb6
Thank you for  all  the joy and pain.

Eb        Eb9     Eb7       Ab    Ab6
Picture shows, sec - ond balcony,  

Abm7      Bb7         Eb    Fm7     Bb7
Was the place we'd meet, second seat,

Bb9         Eb    Ab        Bb7sus4
Go Dutch treat, you were sweet.



Eb        Eb6   Ebm7     Fm7      Fm7
Danke schoen, darling, danke schoen, 

 Bb9      Bb7   A7su4 Bb7   Eb        Eb6
Thank you for fun - ny cards from Spain.

Eb    Eb9   Eb7        Ab        Ab6
I recall Cen - tral Park in fall,  

Abm7      Bb7         Eb    Fm7     Bb7
How you tore your dress, what a mess, 

Bb9    Eb    Ab         Bb7sus4
I confess, that's not all.



Eb        Eb6   Ebm7     Fm7      Fm7
Danke schoen, darling, danke schoen, 

Bb9       Bb7   A7su4  Bb7   Eb       Eb6
Thank you for walks down Lover's Lane,

Eb     Eb9    Eb7          Ab    Ab6
I can see hearts carved on a tree, 

 Abm7    Bb7           Eb    Fm7     Bb7
Letters in - ter - twined for all time, 

Bb9         Eb    Ab       Bb7sus4
Yours and mine, that was fine.



Eb        Eb6   Ebm7     Fm7      Fm7
Danke schien, darling, danke schoen, 

Bb9       Bb7   A7su4  Bb7  Eb    Eb6
Thank you for  see - ing me again.

Eb        Eb9  Eb7      Ab         Ab6
Though we go on  our separate ways, 

Abm7       Bb7      Eb    Fm7    Bb7
Still the mem'ry stays for always, 

Bb9         Eb    Ab    Bb7sus4
My heart says, danke schoen.


Outro: - fading -
Eb        Eb6   Ebm7     Fm7           Fm7
Danke schoen,    auf - weid  - er - sehn, 

Eb        Eb6   Ebm7     Fm7            Bb7    Bb7sus4  Eb6
Danke schoen,    auf - weid  - er - sehn.    
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2 Comments

  1. -2 is probably easiest

  2. Cupquaint

    I play with a capo on the second fret. =)

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