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Midnight Blue Chords
ELO- Midnight blue

Tabbed by Arnold
Standard Tuning

Intro : F Bb F C7
        F/A Bb F/A C7

Verse 1:
F                           Am
I see the lonely road that leads so far away, 
Gm			Bbm                     C7
I see the distant lights that left behind the day 
F	    Eb	           D7
But what I see is so much more than I can say 
         Gm      Bbm  C7     F Bb C7
And I see you in mid--night blue

Verse 2: (same chords as verse 1)
I see you cryin' now you've found a lot of pain, 
And what you're searchin' for can never be the same, 
But what's the difference cos' they say what's in a name. 
And I see you midnight blue

CHORUS 1
F F/A  Bb           C7sus2, C7
I will love you tonight,
F      Am7*  Bb           Bbm
and I will   stay by your side
 F       Dm7  Bb          C7        F-Bb/F-F-C7
lovin' you,   I'm feelin' midnight blue. 

Verse 3: (same chords as verse)
I see you standing there far out along tha way, 
I want to touch you but the night becomes the day, 
I count the words that I am never gonna say

Repeat Chorus 1

 F
Can't you feel the love that I'm offering you,
          Am
Can't you see how it's meant to be,
Gm
Can't you hear the words that I'm saying to you,
Bbm               C7
Can't you believe like I believe,
F         Eb                  D7
It's only one, the one that's true
            Gm  Bbm  C7     F Bb/F F C7
Still I see you mid--night blue.

Chorus 2:
I see beautiful days,
And I feel beautiful ways
Of loving you, everything's midnight blue

Repeat Chorus 1
F      Dm7  Bb         C7       F Bb/F F
Loving you, I feel the midnight blue


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Electric Light Orchestra - Midnight Blue Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Midnight Blue tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Midnight Blue Chords:

Electric Light Orchestra, also known as ELO, were a rock group from Birmingham, England who released eleven studio albums between 1971 and 1986 and another album in 2001. ELO (the brainchild of Roy Wood) were formed to accommodate Roy's burning desire to create pop songs with heavily classical overtones. The band's direction for most of their existence was set by Jeff Lynne who, after the band's debut record, wrote all of the group's original compositions and produced every album.

It was in the United States that the band were first successful, billed as 'The English guys with the big fiddles'.[1] They soon gained a cult following despite lukewarm reviews back in their native United Kingdom. They were managed by agent Don Arden, father of Sharon Osbourne.

By the mid-1970s, they had become one of the biggest selling bands in music. From 1972 to 1986, ELO accumulated more combined U.K. and U.S. Top 40 hit singles than any other band in the world, with 46. The group also scored twenty Top 20 U.K. hit singles, as well as fifteen Top 20 appearances in the U.S. Billboard charts. The band also hold the record for having the most Billboard Top 40 hits of any band in U.S. chart history without ever having a #1 single.[2]

Despite the fact that the majority of the group's material was never researched, audited and certified, ELO collected 21 RIAA awards, and 38 BPI awards.[3][4]

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