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After The Love Has Gone

Arrangement by
Philipp Moehrke

Sopran 1

Sopran 2

Alt

D. Foster, J. Graydon, B. Champlin

D^7

Klavier

mp

G^7

A7sus

with Pedal

mp For a while

to love was all

we could do

D^7 Em7

D/F#

D/F#

G^7

Em7() A7sus

D'9

Gm6/D

(c) 1979 Ninth Music / Bobette Music / Garden Rake Music / Irving Music / Foster-Fees Music.


we were

our love

was true.

D/C^7

A7sus

For a while

mf

Eb7(#11)

Deep in - side

Deep in - side


G^(9)

were a - live

For a while

we knew

were a - live

Deep in - side

Bm7()

F#7/A#

were a - live

and we knew

F#7(#9)

and our eyes

Lead

young

D'9

D'9

mp

2nd voice

to the past

1st voice

we paid no mind to the past


Gm6/D



10



11

the

past

Em11

knew

to

lo - ve would last

the

past

Fm11

F#m11

ry

night

some thin'right

us to

the dance

be gin

the dance


would in vite
us to
be gin the dance

A7sus

be gin

would in vite

Bm7

us to

Lead

Ev' ry night

Ev'

C7(#11)

some - thin' right would in vite

no mind

we

D'9

to

no mind


mf Some - thin' hap - pen - ed a - long the way
Lead

mf Some - thin' hap - pen - ed a - long the way



13

mf Some - thin' hap - pen - ed a - long the way

G^7(9)

D/F#

what used to be hap py was sad



what used to be hap py was sad

what used to be hap

Bm7

Lead

15

Some - thin'

hap - pen - ed a -

long the way

Some - thin'

hap - pen - ed a -

long the way

Some - thin'

hap - pen - ed a -

long the way

Db^7(9)

Ab/C

D'9

Fm7



mf


py was sad

Em7



mf


Ab7sus

and

yes - ter - day was all

we had

and

yes - ter - day was all

we had

and

yes - ter - day was all

we had

Bbm7