Venus Uke tab by Frankie Avalon

13 Chords used in the song: Ebm7, CM7, F7, BbM7, G13, FM7, Dm7, Em7, A7, G7, Am7, D7, GM7

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INTRO:
Ebm7 Ebm7 CM7 CM7 F7 F7 BbM7 BbM7
G13 CM7 FM7 CM7 G13
Hey, Venus...Oh, Venus..hey, Venus..

#1.
CM7 CM7
Venus, if you will,
Dm7 Dm7 CM7 CM7
Please send a little girl for me to thrill.
Dm7 Dm7 Em7 Em7 A7 A7
A A girl who wants my kisses and my arms,
Dm7 Dm7 G7 G7 CM7 CM7
A A girl with all the charms of you.

#2.
CM7 CM7
Venus, make her fair.
Dm7 Dm7 CM7 CM7
A A lovely girl with sunlight in her hair.
Dm7 Dm7 Em7 Em7 A7 A7
And take the brightest stars up in the skies,
Dm7 Dm7 G7 G7 CM7 CM7 chord
And place them in her eyes for me.

CHORUS:
FM7 FM7 Dm7 Dm7 G7 G7 CM7 CM7
Venus, goddess of love that you are..
Am7 Am7 D7 D7 GM7 GM7 Am7 Am7 D7 D7 Dm7 Dm7 G7 G7
Surely the things I ask, can't be too great a task.

#3.
CM7 CM7
Venus, if you do.
Dm7 Dm7 CM7 CM7
I promise that I always will be true.
Dm7 Dm7 Em7 Em7 A7 A7
I'll give her all the love I have to give,
Dm7 Dm7 G7 G7 CM7 CM7
As long as we both shall live

CHORUS:
FM7 FM7 Dm7 Dm7 G7 G7 CM7 CM7
Venus, goddess of love that you are..
Am7 Am7 D7 D7 GM7 GM7 Am7 Am7 D7 D7 Dm7 Dm7 G7 G7
Surely the things I ask, can't be too great a task.

#4.
CM7 CM7
Venus, if you do.
Dm7 Dm7 CM7 CM7
I promise that I always will be true.
Dm7 Dm7 Em7 Em7 A7 A7
I'll give her all the love I have to give,
Dm7 Dm7 G7 G7 CM7 CM7
As long as we both shall live.


OUTRO:
CM7 CM7 FM7 FM7 Em7 Em7 Dm7 Dm7 G7 G7 CM7 CM7 Dm7 Dm7 G7 G7
Ve...nus, oh, Venus.....make my wish come true.
CM7 CM7 FM7 FM7
Hey, Venus, oh, Ve..nus.....(Fade.)

 

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About this song

"Venus" is the name of a song written by Ed Marshall. The most successful and well-known recording of it was done by Frankie Avalon and released in 1959 (see 1959 in music). It became Avalon's first number-one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it spent five weeks atop the survey; the song also reached #10 on the R&B chart. The song's lyrics detail a man's plea to Venus, the Roman goddess of love and beauty, to send him a girl to love and one who will love him as well. Read more on Last.fm.