Anschmiddigibdsa! Joglabsdas! (Pronunciation: Unshmiddiggibbds-ah! Yoglubbsduss!) :.-DDD
But seriously, Schmiddi - I'm sorry for not being able to give any comment to your chords, simply because I don't have enough time to figure out what exactly they are. Personally I am very enchanted by that notation I also learned here at the mudcat which works as follows:
My [D]song for you this evening is [G]not to [A]make you [D]sad... and so on. Great! You know what is meant at once and it can be printed on any (even TTY) device without any problem.
I should also have used this notation instead of trying to adapt to the one whistledon used because the latter is very ambiguous: "D-" (eight beats) "GA" (four beats) "-D" (four beats)... Huh???
Just a hint.
Sarah - yes, this also works well. But try
My [G]song for you this [Em]evening[G] it's [C]not to [D]make you [G]sad...
Again one of those songs that can be accompanied many different ways and each one of them has its own charm.
Slainte (Pronunciation: ... ?)