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The Old Songs Chords
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Artist: David Pomeranz
Chords by: Louie A. Ebojo
Email: [email protected]

Tuning: Standard
Original key is B, use a capo on the 2nd fret

Chords: EADGBe
AM9     x02100          G               320003
A       x02220          Bm              x24432
A9      x02200          Bm7             x24232
A7(9)   x02000          Bm+M7           x24332
A7      x02020          Bm+M7/Bb        x1x332
A/C#    x42220          C#m7            x46454
E7sus   020200          C#/F            1xx121 or       xx3121
E7      020100          E/D             xx0100 or       xx0454
E/F#    222100
F#m7    242222
F#m7(9) 242224
F#m     xx4222
F#m+M7  xx3222
D9      xx0230
D       xx0232
Dm      xx0231

Intro: AM9-A-E/F#-F#m7-E/D,D-E7sus,E7,E7sus,E7 

 A9       A        
Candles burning, 
 A9          A                 
Glasses are chilled 
      D9-D           Bm7
And soon,  she'll be by 
Bm        Bm7+M7/Bb    Bm7             E7sus,E7
Hope and pray  she'll say that she's willing 
    A9   AM9,A          A7(9) A7
To give us     another try

    D           E/D
And if all these plans I made 
     C#m7             F#m7,F#m7(9)
Don't melt the lady's heart,  
     D          A/C#        Bm7,E7sus
I'll put on the old forty-fives 

       E7       AM9   A
(And) maybe the old songs,
                    E/F# F#m7 
Will bring back the old  times, 
          Bm7 Bm+M7            Bm7,Bm+M7
Maybe the old lines will sound new. 
             Bm  Bm+M7            G   E7
Maybe she'll lay her  head on my shoulder, 
           AM9  A              A7(9) A7
Maybe old feelings will some through 
Maybe we'll start to cry,
     E/D          C#m7,C#/F       F#m-F#m+M7
And wonder why we ever     walked away 
           A9  A
Maybe the old songs,
                    D9   Dm 
Will bring back the old times 
     D   A/C# Bm7 E7sus AM9 A D9-D-E7sus,E7,E7sus,E7
And make her  wanna    stay Ahh-yeah… 

     A9              A
Ooh, It's been too long without
A9          AM9       D9-D                   
Seeing her face light up 
When I come home. 
    Bm        Bm7+M7 Bm7        E7sus,E7
It’s been too many  hours I've wasted 
 A9  A          A7(9) A7
Staring at the phone, woh… 

       D              E/D
Sweet old songs I'm counting on you
C#m7              F#m7(9) 
Bring her back to me...
     D          A/C#    Bm7  E7sus,E7
I'm tired of listening alone

 E7       AM9   A
Maybe the old songs,
                    E/F# F#m7 
Will bring back the old  times, 
          Bm7 Bm+M7            Bm7,Bm+M7
Maybe the old lines will sound new. 
             Bm  Bm+M7            G   E7
Maybe she'll lay her  head on my shoulder, 
           AM9  A              A7(9) A7
Maybe old feelings will some through 
Maybe we'll start to cry,
     E/D          C#m7,C#/F       F#m-F#m+M7
And wonder why we ever     walked away 
           A9  A
Maybe the old songs,
                    D9   Dm 
Will bring back the old times 
     D   A/C# Bm7 E7sus AM9 A   
And make her  wanna    stay  woh-woh  
 AM9  A      A9   A
(old songs, old times)
     D   A/C# Bm7 E7sus AM9 A   
And make her  wanna    stay,  oh, baby  
     D   A/C# Bm7 E7sus (Outro)   
And make her  wanna    stay

Outro: AM9-A, E/F#-F#m7, E/D-D,E7sus-A    
                        Oohh… oohh

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About the artist behind The Old Songs Chords:

David Pomeranz is an American singer, composer, lyricist, and writer for musical theatre.

Born in New York City and raised on Long Island, Pomeranz expressed interest in music from an early age, singing in the synagogue choir, learning to play the piano, guitar, and drums, and writing and recording songs by the age of fourteen. When he was nineteen, MCA/Decca signed him to a contract that yielded two albums, New Blues and Time To Fly (the latter featuring Chick Corea), and he began touring the country as the opening act for Rod Stewart, Billy Joel, Three Dog Night, and The Doors, among others.

In the late 1980s, Pomeranz collaborated with Russian rock star Alexander Malinin on the pre-glasnost "Faraway Lands," which they performed live in Moscow's Gorky Park for an episode of the television sitcom Head Of The Class, the first time an American series filmed there.

Pomeranz continued to tour as a solo act, appearing in such venues as the Hollywood Bowl, Kennedy Center, Olympic Stadium in Munich, and the Kremlin. He and David Shire collaborated on the theme song for the United Nations World Summit For Children entitled "In Our Hands," which the duo performed at the closing ceremonies for Ted Turner's Goodwill Games in Seattle. In 1999, Pomeranz recorded the CD Born For You - His Best And More, a compilation of past and new love songs that became the best selling album of all time in the Philippines. Additional recordings include The Eyes of Christmas and On This Day.

Pomeranz's songs include "Tryin' To Get The Feeling Again" and "The Old Songs," both recorded by Barry Manilow, and "It's In Every One Of Us," featured in the film big and later at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, Korea. His work has been performed by artists as diverse as Bette Midler, Phoebe Snow, Freddie Mercury, Richie Sambora, Missy Elliott, The Carpenters, Harry Belafonte, Andrea Marcovicci, Donna Summer, Lillias White, and Cliff Richard, and his various songwriting projects have amassed a total of twenty-two platinum and eighteen gold albums.

Pomeranz has composed for feature films, television (earning a 1981 Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Music and Lyrics for the CBS television movie Homeward Bound), and the stage, including the hit West End musical Time; Little Tramp, based on the life and career of Charles Chaplin, staged for the 1995 Eugene O'Neill Theater Festival in Waterford, Connecticut and presented in a 1996 concert version in St. Petersburg, Russia; and a musical adaptation of A Tale of Two Cities, produced by Bill Kenwright for the Theatre Royal, Windsor (1998) and the Alexandria Theatre in Birmingham (1999). With Kathie Lee Gifford he has written two projects, Under The Bridge, which premiered off-Broadway in January 2005, and Saving Aimee, based on the life of evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson, which debuted at the White Plains Performing Arts Center in October 2005 and was staged at the Signature Theatre in Arlington, Virginia in April-May 2007.

He is a member of the Church of Scientology, and was involved in the dedication of the church's new mission in Manila.[1]

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