One Night

Elvis Presley

A
123
X02220
A11
123
X02230
B
234
X24442
B7
1234
X21202
D
123
XX0232
E
123
022100
E7
1234
022130
F#
234
244322
G
123
320003
Tono: G
Riff 1:                        Riff 2:                   Riff 3:
                E                         A                         F#
e||-------------0--0--0--|  e||--------------------|  e||-----------2--2--2--|
B||-------------0--0--0--|  B||-----------2--2--2--|  B||-----------2--2--2--|
G||-------------1--1--1--|  G||-----------2--2--2--|  G||-----------3--3--3--|
D||-------------2--2--2--|  D||-----------2--2--2--|  D||-----------4--4--4--|
A||--0--1--2----2--2--2--|  A||-----------0--0--0--|  A||-----------4--4--4--|
E||-------------0--0--0--|  E||--0--2--4-----------|  E||--0--1--2--2--2--2--|

Intro: E  A  A11  E

    [NC]     Riff 1       Riff 1
    One night with you
                B7
    Is what I'm now praying for
    B7
    The things that we two could plan
                              E
    Would make my dreams come true
    [NC]     Riff 1       Riff 1
    Just call my name
                B7
    And I'll be right by your side
    B7
    I want your sweet helping hand
                           E           E7
    My loves too strong to hide

Riff 2           Riff 2
    Always lived, very quiet life
Riff 1
    I ain't never did no wrong
Riff 3
    Now I know that life without you
        B7
    Has been too lonely too long

    One night with you
    Is what I'm now praying for
    The things that we two could plan
    Would make my dreams come true

    Always lived, very quiet life
    I ain't never did no wrong
    Now I know that life without you
    Has been too lonely too long

    One night with you
    Is what I'm now praying for
    The things that we two could plan
                              E     A    A11    E    B7    E7
    Would make my dreams come true

Chords:

#1t1#   A11
#1t2#e|--0--
B|--0--
G|--0--
D|--0--
A|--0--#/1t2##/1t1#
E| -----
Composición: Dave Bartholomew / Fats Domino / Mike Reid / Pearl KingColaboración y revisión: Jefferson Costa