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F        F6   Fm7     Gm7      Gm7
Danke schoen, darling, danke schoen, 

 C9      C7   A7su4 C7   F       F6
Thank you for  all  the joy and pain.

F        F9     F7       Bb    Bb6
Picture shows, sec - ond balcony,  

Bbm7      C7         F    Gm7     C7
Was the place we'd meet, second seat,

C9         F    Bb        C7sus4
Go Dutch treat, you were sweet.



F        F6   Fm7     Gm7      Gm7
Danke schoen, darling, danke schoen, 

 C9      C7   A7su4 C7   F        F6
Thank you for fun - ny cards from Spain.

F    F9   F7        Bb        Bb6
I recall Cen - tral Park in fall,  

Bbm7      C7         F    Gm7     C7
How you tore your dress, what a mess, 

C9    F    Bb         C7sus4
I confess, that's not all.



F        F6   Fm7     Gm7      Gm7
Danke schoen, darling, danke schoen, 

C9       C7   A7su4  C7   F       F6
Thank you for walks down Lover's Lane,

F     F9    F7          Bb    Bb6
I can see hearts carved on a tree, 

 Bbm7    C7           F    Gm7     C7
Letters in - ter - twined for all time, 

C9         F    Bb       C7sus4
Yours and mine, that was fine.



F        F6   Fm7     Gm7      Gm7
Danke schien, darling, danke schoen, 

C9       C7   A7su4  C7  F    F6
Thank you for  see - ing me again.

F        F9  F7      Bb         Bb6
Though we go on  our separate ways, 

Bbm7       C7      F    Gm7    C7
Still the mem'ry stays for always, 

C9         F    Bb    C7sus4
My heart says, danke schoen.


Outro: - fading -
F        F6   Fm7     Gm7           Gm7
Danke schoen,    auf - weid  - er - sehn, 

F        F6   Fm7     Gm7            C7    C7sus4  F6
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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