Standard guitar tuning:EADGBENo capo
E ED I was dancin' with my daD7rlin to theG Tennessee Waltz D When anBm old friend IE happeAned to see. D I introduced him to myD7 darlin' and whilGe they were dancin' D my friend Gstole Dmy sweeAtheartD from me.
CD I rememD7ber the night aGnd the TennDessee Waltz Bm 'causeE I knoAw just how much I have lost D Yes I lost my little D7darlin' the nightG they were playin' D ThatG beaDutifAul TeDnnessee Waltz (CHORUS 1) or CHORUS 1 alone again
E ED Now I wonder how a danD7ce like theG Tennessee Waltze D CoulBmd have brokenE my heAart so complete D Well I couldn't blame my D7darlin', and whoG could help fallin' D In loveG witDh my dAarliDn' so sweet
CD Well iD7t must be the Gfault of thDe Tennessee Waltz Bm Wish I'dE known Ajust how much it would cost D But I didn't see it comminD7', it's all ovGer but the cryin' D BlameG it Dall Aon thDe Tennessee Waltz
CNew second verse written by Cohen D She goes dancin' with the dD7arkness to Gthe Tennessee Waltz D and I feBmel like I'Em fallinAg apart D and it's stronger than D7drink and it'Gs deeper than sorrow D this daGrknessD sheA lefDt in my heart I remember the night ... (CHORUS 1) That beautiful Tennessee Waltz