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Id Really Love To See You Tonight  Dan England

















[F]Em7     [133211]022030
Am x02210
Dm7 xx0211
CM7 x32000
C X32010
G 320033
G7 320031
G7sus 320011


Intro: FM7--Em7--;(2x)
       FM7--Em7--Am--

G7sus pause CM7 pause



[Dm7]Hello,[G] yeah, it's [CM7]been a while.
[Dm7]Not much,[G] how 'bout [CM7]you?
[Em7]I'm not sure [Am]why I'd call,
I guess I r[G7sus]eally just wanted to talk to you.


[Dm7]And I was th[G]inkin' maybe l[CM7]ater on,
[Dm7]We could get[G] together for[CM7] a while.
[Em7]It's been such a [Am]long time,
And I r[G7sus]eally do miss your smile.


[FM7]I'm not ta[G7]lking 'bout m[Em7]oving in,
And I d[FM7]on't want to c[G7]hange your l[Em7-Am]ife.
But there's a [FM7]warm wind b[G7]lowin',
The s[Em7]tars are [Am]out, and I'd [G7sus]really love to see you to[CM7-Dm7-G7sus-]night.


[Dm7]We could go w[G]alking through[CM7] a windy park,
Or t[Dm7]ake a dr[G]ive alon[CM7]g the beach.
[Em7]Or stay at home and w[Am]atch t.v.
You see, it r[G7sus]eally doesn't matter much to me.


[FM7]I'm not ta[G7]lking 'bout m[Em7]oving in,
And I d[FM7]on't want to c[G7]hange your l[Em7-Am]ife.
But there's a [FM7]warm wind b[G7]lowin',
Em7 Am G7sus C (pause)
The stars are out, and I'd really love to see you tonight.


[Am]I won't ask for p[Em7]romises,
[F]So you d[G]on't have to l[C]ie.
[Am]We've both played that g[Em7]ame before,
[G7sus]Say I love you, then say goodbye.


[FM7]I'm not ta[G7]lking 'bout m[Em7]oving in,
And I d[FM7]on't want to c[G7]hange your l[Em7-Am]ife.
But there's a [FM7]warm wind b[G7]lowin',
The s[Em7]tars are [Am]out, and I'd [G7sus]really love to see you to[C]night.

(Repeat last verse while fading)

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