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Baby I love your way  Peter Frampton

Capo 1
Sha[G]dows grow so long[Bm] before my e[Em]yes, and they're m[C]oving, ac[F7]ross the page
Sud[G]denly the day[Bm] turns into ni[Em]ght, [C]far away, from the c[F7]ity
But [Bm]don't, hesi[E7]tate, cause your l[Am]ove, won't w[D7]ait

        [G]   Ooh, [D]baby I love your way[Am] [C]
        [G]   Wanna[D] tell you I love you[Am]r way [C]
        [G]   Wanna[D] be with you night a[Am]nd day [C]
M[G]oon appears to shin[Bm]e, and light the s[Em]ky, with the h[C]elp, of some f[F7]irefly
W[G]onder how they h[Bm]ave, the power to sh[Em]ine, shine, shine
I can se[C]e them, un[F7]der the pine
But [Bm]don't, hesi[E7]tate, cause your l[Am]ove, won't w[D7]ait

[G]I can see the s[Bm]unset in your e[Em]yes, brown and g[C]rey, and b[F7]lue besides
[G]Clouds are stalking[Bm] islands in the sun[Em], I wish I could b[C]uy one, out of s[F7]eason
But [Bm]don't, hesi[E7]tate, cause your l[Am]ove, won't w[D7]ait


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dasko23 (report)

the D is actually a Dm. try it and you will see.

rubin1 (report)

If you want to keep it simple you can replace the Bm with a D and it'll still sound really good too

mbkennedy (report)

the Bm in the first line of all the verses is really a D/F#. and the like in later lines.

smrtdad (report)

Yes, jets60 is correct. In the chorus it is fun to go to the C after the Am and walk down to G. I love this song.

jets60 (report)

After the Am in the Chorus I believe you need a C where Frampton echos "...eveyday" and the like...anyway it's how I remember it.