Harmony


B/D# 
Hello, baby hello
C# 
Haven’t seen your face for a while
G#m 
Have you quit doing t
F#6 
ime for me
 
Or
D#m 
are you still the same spoiled  
A#7 
child
 
B/D# 
Hello, I said hello
C# 
Is this the only place you thought to go
G#m 
Am I the only man you  
F#6 
ever 
 
had
 
Or
D#m 
am I just the last surv
A#7 
iving friend that  
D# 
you 
 
k
G# 
now 
 
 
A# 

{soc}

Fm 
Harmony and  
A#7 
me
 
We’re
D# 
pretty good compa
Cm 
ny
Fm 
Looking for an i
A#7 
sland
 
In our  
D# 
boat upon the sea
Fm 
Harmony, 
 
 
A#7 
gee I really love you
 
And I  
D# 
want to love you for
Cm 
ever
 
And  
Fm 
dream of the never,  
A#7 
never, never leaving h
D# 
armony
{eoc}

 
B/D# 
Hello, baby hello
C# 
Open up your heart and let your feelings flow
G#m 
You’re not unlucky k
F#6 
nowing 
 
me
D#m 
Keeping the speed real  
A#7 
slow
D#m 
In any case I set my  
C# 
own 
 
pace
 
By stealing the  
A#7 
show, say hello, he
D# 
llo  
G# 
 
A# 

{soc}

Fm 
Harmony and  
A#7 
me
 
We’re
D# 
pretty good compa
Cm 
ny
Fm 
Looking for an i
A#7 
sland
 
In our  
D# 
boat upon the sea
Fm 
Harmony, 
 
 
A#7 
gee I really love you
 
And I  
D# 
want to love you for
Cm 
ever
 
And  
Fm 
dream of the never,  
A#7 
never, never leaving h
D# 
armony
{eoc}

 
N
Gm/D 
ever Leaving  
Cm 
Harmony
D#/A# 
G#6 
Harmony, 
 
 
G+ 
Harm
G 
ony, 
 
 
Fm7 
Harm
D# 
ony,
A#m 
Harmony
G#6 
Harmony, 
 
 
D#m 
Harmony, 
 
 
G# 
Harmony, 
 
Aa
D# 
 
ahh

10 Comments:

  1. This chord chart is pretty mangled.

    It jumps back & forth between calling it Eb & D# — it’s pretty confusing.

    Also, there’s a B# in there too? haha.

    Love the site, but this one is tough to follow along with

  2. Lol, yeah this one is hard to follow… I must have been dozy when I put this one up haha!

    I’ll simplify it and re-post. Let me know if you need this for a gig or something and I’ll put higher priority on reviewing it.

    Thanks! Marcel

  3. I would sincerely love it if you could clean this one up!

    I love this song & want to learn it so badly!

  4. There we go, months later the song has finally been corrected. Sorry for taking forever! Enjoy performing this amazing song – I sure do!

    mg

  5. I believe this is written out one half step higher than Elton does it. Check me on that.

  6. Just a note: B# = C…

  7. I just jammed it along with the recording on GYBR and it was in the same key.

    Either way now that you have a reference you can transpose it into any key you would like to sing it in 🙂

  8. My 2 cents on the chart and comments:
    The final resolving chord is Eb, so it makes sense to consider Eb the key the whole song is in (this is the record key)
    Therefore there should be no sharps,all flats, making the intro chord Cb/Eb. Beyond that I think the chords were all pretty close ( I prefer Fm7 to straight Fm in most places but no big deal) however in the outro I think that the A#m and D#m chords are actually Gb maj7 chords
    With all that in mind, I humbly submit this version:
    Cb/Eb
    Hello, baby hello
    Db
    Haven’t seen your face for a while
    Abm Gb6
    Have you quit doing time for me,
    Ebm Bb7
    Or are you still the same spoiled child?

    Cb/Eb
    Hello, I said hello
    Db
    Is this the only place you thought to go
    Abm Gb6
    Am I the only man you ever had
    Ebm Bb7D# Eb Ab Bb
    Or am I just the last surviving friend that you know

    Fm7 Bb7
    Harmony and me
    Eb Cm
    We’re pretty good company
    Fm7 Bb7
    Looking for an island
    Eb
    In our boat upon the sea
    Fm7 Bb7
    Harmony, gee I really love you
    Eb Cm
    And I want to love you forever
    Fm7 Bb Eb
    And dream of the never, never, never leaving harmony

    Cb/Eb
    Hello, baby hello
    Db
    Open up your heart and let your feelings flow
    Abm Gb6
    You’re not unlucky knowing me
    Ebm Bb7
    Keeping the speed real slow
    Gb6 Db
    In any case I set my own pace
    Bb7 Eb Ab Bb
    By stealing the show, say hello, hello

    [CHORUS]

    Gm/D Cm Eb/Bb
    Never Leaving Harmony
    Ab6 G+ G Fm7 /Eb Gbmaj7
    Harmony, Harmony, Harmony, Harmony
    Ab6 Gbmaj7 Ab Eb
    Harmony, Harmony, Harmony, Aah ahh

  9. The chord spacings moved when I submitted this, but you get the idea

  10. 2 corrections: the D# in the 2nd verse is a typo.
    in the outro, the 2nd-to-last “harmony” mg had a Ebm, but I thought it was Gbmaj7; I think we were both right and it is an Ebm9….basically a Gbmaj7 with an Eb Bass
    BTW…thanks for a great site!

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