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Twilight Time

Source: Bob Pfeffer

Source's source: words: Buck Ram, mus.: Morty & Al Nevins, & Artie Dunn

Comments: recorded: The 3 Suns (Hit, 1944)

C E7
Heavenly shades of night are falling, it's twilight time
A C7
Out of the mist your voice is calling, it's twilight time
F Bb9 C A9
When purple colored curtains mark the end of day
D7 G7
I hear you, my dear, at twilight time

C E7
Deepening shadows gather splendor as day is done
a C7
Fingers of night will soon surrender the setting sun
F Bb9 C A9
I count the moments darling till you're here with me
D7 G7 C
Together at last at twilight time

Refrain: E7 b7 e7 b7 E7
Here in the afterglow of day
a Ab- a b- a
We keep our rendezvous beneath the blue
D7 a7 D7 a7 D7
Here in the sweet and same old way
G7 Eb- G7 Ab9 D9
I fall in love again as I did then

C E7
Deep in the dark your kiss will thrill me like days of old
a C7
Lighting the spark of love that fills me with dreams untold
F Bb9 C A9
Each day I pray for evening just to be with you
D7 G7 C
Together at last at twilight time

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Filename[ twilite
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