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Song Name: Let's Face The Music And Dance By: Nat King Cole
Posted By: pagan Difficulty: Beginner
Key: C Genre: Jazz
Harp Type: Diatonic Audio:
Created: 2007-05-31 00:05:38 Modified: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
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Song:  4    -4  5  -6  6   5  6   
There may be trouble ahead
 4   -4     5      -6  6
But while there's moonlight
 5  6 -5   -4  -5   5   4  5 
And music and love and romance
 -4    -4  -4  -4 4   4   4      
Let's face the music and dance 
4  -4   5   -6  6    5    6  
Before the fiddlers have fled
6  -6   -7   8  -8 7  -8  -6   7
Before they ask us to pay the bill
-6   -7   6   -6    5    5    5  
And while we still have the chance
 -4    -4   -4 -4 4   4    4
Let's face the music and dance
7      -7   7   -7 -6   4   5
Soon, we'll be without the moon
7   -7  -7 -6  4     5   -5    6
Humming a different tune and then
 4    -4  5    -6  6   5    6
There may be teardrops to shed
4    -4    5      -6  6       
So while there's moonlight 
5   6 -5   5   -5   5   4  5
And music and love and romance
 -4   -4   -4  -4 4   4   7
Let's face the music and dance
 8     8    8   8 7   7    7
Let's face the music and dance

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