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Sweet Lorraine
[Chords]
An intro chord idea
E9     x7677x
Eb9    x6566x
D9     x5455x

A couple nice sounding arpeggiated ending chords
Abadd9 xx6566
Gadd9  xx5455

[Intro]
E9 Eb9 D9

[Verse 1] 
     G          E7 A7
I've just found joy
       D7         G     Em 
I'm as happy as a baby boy
C7     B7        E7        A7    D7     
With a brand new choochoo toy
                    G      C   D7
When I met my sweet Lorraine
  G       E7    A7
A pair of eyes
         D7             G      Em    C7
That are bluer than the summer sky
         B7             E7      A7    D7
When you see them, you will realize
                    G    C    G
Why I love my sweet Lorraine

[Verse 2]
C       E7       Am              C7
When it rains, I don't miss the sun
F             E7           Am      C7
Because it's in my baby's smile
F    E7                  Am   C7
Just think that I'm the lucky one
F         E7                Am    D7
That will lead her down the aisle
     G       E7      A7
Each night I pray
        D7                 G     Em    C7
That no one will steal her heart away
         B7             E7    A7    D7
I can't wait until that lucky day
                   G    C    G
When I marry sweet Lorraine

[Verse 3]
G            E7  A7
Each night I pray
        D7                 G     Em   C7    
That no one will steal her heart away
        B7               E7    A7    D7
I can't wait until that lucky day
                   G    C    G
When I marry sweet Lorraine

Abadd9  Gadd9
 
 
Nat King Cole - Sweet Lorraine :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Sweet Lorraine tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Sweet Lorraine:

Nathaniel Adams Coles (March 17, 1919 – February 15, 1965), known professionally as Nat King Cole, was a popular American jazz singer-songwriter and pianist.

Cole first came to prominence as a leading jazz pianist, then switched his emphasis to singing, becoming one of the most popular and best known vocalists of all time.[citation needed]

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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