Alan Menken - Belle chords

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ARTIST: Alan Menken and Howard Ashman
TITLE: Belle

From the movie, Beauty And The Beast

F#m6 244242
D#(add9) xx3343
A#maj7 x13231

Intro:

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G/A - A -
Em/A -- D/A -- Em/A -- D/A --
Em/A -- D/A -- Em/A -- D/A --


       Em/D              D
Little town it's a quiet village.
     Em/D               D
Everyday like the one before.
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Little town full of little people, 
       A7sus
waking up to say.


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Bonjour!
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Bonjour!
   A                        D
Bonjour! Bonjour! Bonjour!


                     A7       D  - A  - D-A - Bm
There goes the baker with his tray like always.
                       A/C#  -  D
The same old bread and rolls to sell.
      F   -   G    -   C
Every morning just the same 
          D#(add9)-F   -  A#
since the morning that we came,
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To this poor provintial town.


     A7   -  D
[Baker]
Good Morning Belle!

[Belle]
Morning, Monsieur!
                    A7sus
[Baker]
Where are you off to?
A
[Belle]
The book shop...
D
I just finished the most wonderful story,
        A7sus                 A7
About a beanstalk and an ogor and an...
       D(add9)
[Baker]
That's nice. Marie! The bagettes! Hurry up!


D                        A7      D   -   A -D - A - Bm
[Group of Women]
Look there she goes that girl is strange no question.
                      A/C#  -   D
Dazed and distracted, can't you tell?
      F    -  G - C
[Woman #1]
Never part of any crowd.
           D#(add9) -F   -   A#
[Man #3]
'Cause her head's up on some cloud.
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[Villagers]
No denying she's a funny girl that Belle.


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[Man #1]
Bonjour!
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[Woman #1]
Good day!
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[Man #1]
How is your family?
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[Woman #1]
Bonjour!
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[Man #4]
Good day!
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[Woman #1]
How is your wife?
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[Woman #2]
I need six eggs!
       C7/A#-F/A
[Man #2]
That's too expensive.
      Dm7     E7        A7sus      A7 - D 
[Belle]
There must be more than this provincial life.


            A7sus
[Book Shop Clerk]
Ah! Belle!
            A7                                  D         A7sus
[Belle]
Good Morning! I've come to return the book I've borrowed!
                 A7
[Book Shop Clerk]
Finished already?
                     D                              A7sus
[Belle]
Oh I couldn't put it down. Have you got anything new?
          A7               D
[Book Shop Clerk]
Ha, ha. Not since yesterday!
                           A7sus       A7
[Belle]
That's alright. I'll borrow...this one!
                          F
[Book Shop Clerk]
That one?! But you've read it twice!
             C7sus C7 F
[Belle]
Well it's my favorite! Far off places, daring swordfights, magic spells,
C7sus                D 
a prince in disguise!
                   A7sus                    A7 D
[Book Shop Clerk]
Well if you like it all that much, it's yours.
[Belle]
But sir!
        A7sus
[Book Shop Clerk]
I insist.
                                   A5 A7 - D
[Belle]
Well thank you! Thank you very much!


                          A7   -  D -A-D-A - Bm
[Group Of Men]
Look, there she goes that girl is so peculiar. 
                  A/C#  - D
I wonder if she's feeling well.
       F   -  G   -   C
[Group Of Women]
With a dreamy far off look.
        D#(add9) - F  - A#
[Group Of Men]
And her nose stuck in a book.
       Gm  -  Am7  - A#maj7-A7   -    D
[Villigers]
What a puzzle to the rest of us, this Belle.


G Gmaj7 G6
[Belle]
Oh! 
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Isn't this amazing? 
        B7       D/E  E7 Em7/A A9
It's my favorite part because 
       C6/D D C/D D7
you'll see. 
G Gmaj9/F# Em7
Here's 
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where she meets prince charming. But she won't discover
          E7               Fmaj7 - F6 - Fmaj7 - F6 - Em7 A5 D
that it's him till chapter three.


                   A7   -   D  - A  -  D - A - Bm
[Woman #3]
Now It's no wonder that her name means beauty, 
                      A9 - D 
her looks have got no parallel.
      F    -    G   -  C
[Man #1]
But behind that fair facade, 
     D#    -     F   -  A#
I'm afraid she's rather odd.
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Very different from the rest of us.
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[Villigers]
She's nothing like the rest of us. Yes, 
Gm    -   Am   -   A#   -  A7  - D     
different from the rest of us is Belle.


D A7sus A7 D 
D A7sus A7 C
C C Gm - A#maj7 - C

                      Gm7  - C            Gm - Am
[Gaston]
Right from the moment when i met her, saw her, 
                      G/B - C
I said she's gorgeous and I fell.
        D#(add9)  -  F -  A#
Here in town there's only she, 
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who is beautiful as me. 
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So I'm making plans to woo and marry Belle.

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[Gaston Groupies]
Look there 
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he goes, 
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isn't he dreamy? 
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Monsieur 
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Gaston! 
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Oh he's so cute!
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Be still 
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my heart! 
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I'm hardly breathing. 
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He's such a tall, dark, strong and handsome brute.

[Woman #1]
Bonjour!

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[Gaston]
Pardon
       
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[Belle]
Good day

     D -
[Woman #2]
Mais oui!

    E7/D  -   A/C#
[Woman #3]
You call this bacon?

            D -
[Woman #4]
What lovely grapes!

     E/D -
[Man #1]
Some cheese

    D -
[Woman #5]
Ten yards!

    E/D -
[Man #1]
one pound

       D -
[Gaston]
'scuse me!

     E7/D -  A
[Cheese Merchant]
I'll get the knife

              F -
[Gaston]
Please let me through!

     G/F -
[Woman #6]
This bread -

      F -
[Woman #7]
Those fish -

      G/F -
[Woman #6]
it's stale!

     F -
[Woman #7]
they smell!

  G/F   -   C/E
[Men]
Madame's mistaken.

            Am
[Women]
Well, maybe so

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[Townsfolk]
[Belle]
              Good              Morn    ing
There must be more than this provincial life!

     G/A                               A7   D
[Townsfolk]
[Gaston]
     Oh,        good          morn     ing
Just watch, I'm going to make Belle my wife!

                      A7    -     D   -   A - D- A - Bm
[Townsfolk]
Look there she goes, a girl who's strange but special
                A9- D
A most peculiar mad'moiselle!

       F  - G  -  C
[Women]
It's a pity and a sin

    D#   -  F    -    A#
[Men]
She doesn't quite fit in

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[Townsfolk]
'Cause she really is a funny girl
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A beauty but a funny girl
    Gm7 - Am7 - A#  - Asus
She really is a funny girl
A -  D -
That Belle!

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