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STRANGER IN PARADISE

TUNING: EADGBE

SUBMITTED BY: Thibault Dauriat NOTES: Originally by: Robert Wright & George Forrest CHORDS:
Bb
C
F
Dm
Gm
Em
Am
Fm
F#
Ab
Bbm
Bm
This song is a piano song that you have to listen if you want to sing and play guitar correctly. Also, you have variations of basses on the intro and at the end of the song, over a unique chord ...easier thing to do on a piano than on a guitar. Performed live in Mtn View, 1993-11-06 For the 3 next, play the E string with thumb Fmaj7 133210 F1 130210 F2 110210 INTRO: Variations of basses on a F Bb C F Take my hand, I'm a stranger in paradise. Dm Gm C F All lost in a wonderland, a stranger in paradise. Em F Am Gm C F If I stand starry-eyed that's a danger in paradise Bb Dm Gm C F for angels [?] from beside a [?] like you. F Fm Fm F# Ab Bbm I saw your face and I ascended, Gm Bb F Gm out of the common place into the rare. F# Bm Somewhere in space I hang suspended Bb F until I know there's a chance that you care. Gm won't you answer this loving prayer C F of a stranger in paradise? Dm Gm C F Don't leave me in dark despair for all that I hunger for. Em F Am Gm C Am But open your angel eyes to the stranger in paradise, Bb Dm Gm C Fmaj7 and tell him that he will be a stranger no more. F1 F2 a stranger no more C a stranger... Then, like in the intro : Variations on a F then applaudes, then cut.