Red Roses for a Blue Lady

Red Roses For A Blue Lady was written by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennet in 1948. It was a hit for many entertainers including Vaughn Monroe. It was a standard favorite of Wayne Newton in 1965. The song is interesting in that it has many more chords than the common popular songs. This lesson will show you how to play Red Roses For A Blue Lady in the key of “A”. You will need these chords: E7, Eb7, D7, A, Ab, Db7, Gb9, Bm7, Dbm, Gbm, and B7. In the lesson we will highlight some of the more difficult chords and give you a hint as to how to structure your sequences to facilitate playing the song.

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