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Knowing Me Knowing You chords

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by ABBA
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Verse lines 1+2 107 bpm
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Verse lines 3+4 107 bpm
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Chorus 107 bpm
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ABBA - Knowing Me ,Knowing You    1977

    [Intro]
G  Em7   Em  Bm   G  A   A

    [Verse 1]
D  Em7        Bm7       F#m7
No more care-free laughter
D  Em7     Bm7  F#m7
Si-lence ever after
   Bm                                      Asus4 A Asus2 A   Asus4 A Asus2 A
Walking through an empty house, tears in my eyes
G                                         Bsus2  Bm
Here is where the story ends, this is goodbye

    [Chorus]
           G        A
Knowing me, knowing you (ah-haa)
                        D
There is nothing we can do
            G       A
Knowing me, knowing you (ah-haa)
                               D     G   A
We just have to face it, this time we're through
D        F#m         G       A          D    G  A
Breaking up is never easy, I know but I have to go
        D           Gmaj7
Knowing me, knowing you
          A         D    Bm
It's the best I can do

    [Music Link]
F#m   G   A   D Bm   F#m   G   A

    [Verse 2]
D     Em7                  Bm7                  F#m7
Mem'ries (mem'ries), good days (good days), bad days (bad days)
D       Em7                  Bm7            F#m7
They'll be (they'll be), with me (with me) always (always)
Bm                                          Asus4 A Asus2 A   Asus4 A Asus2 A
In these old familiar rooms children would play
G                                        Bsus2 Bm
Now there's only emptiness, nothing to say

    [Chorus]
           G         A
Knowing me, knowing you (ah-haa)
                        D
There is nothing we can do
           G         A
Knowing me, knowing you (ah-haa)
                               D    G    A
We just have to face it, this time we're through  
D        F#m7         G       A          D   G  A  
Breaking up is never easy, I know but I have to go
        D           Gmaj7
Knowing me, knowing you
         A          D    Bm
It's the best I can do

    [Instrumental Link]
F#m  G  A  D Bm  F#m  G  A
Asus4  Bm  Bm   A  Bm

    [Chorus]
           G         A
Knowing me, knowing you (ah-haa)
                        D
There is nothing we can do
           G         A
Knowing me, knowing you (ah-haa)
                               D    G    A
We just have to face it, this time we're through  
D        F#m7         G       A          D   G  A  
Breaking up is never easy, I know but I have to go
        D           Gmaj7
Knowing me, knowing you
         A          D    Bm
It's the best I can do

    [Outro]
F#m  G  A  D Bm  F#m  G  A
F#m  G  A  D Bm  F#m  G  A
D Bm  F#m  G  A

            
            
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superuglymonkey 11 Aug 28, 2016 07:40 PM

Excellent work dude

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delb0y1967 3,614 Sep 02, 2016 01:29 PM

Great tab, I have to agree with Pencom, this really stands out as accurate and easily worthy of 5 stars :)

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mdavis 115 Sep 11, 2016 12:41 PM

Good tab. A couple of things I would change:

The "tears in my eyes" part of the verses you have an extra Asus2 and A.
It should be: Asus4 A Asus2 A Asus4 A

Also, this might be a personal preference, but I think it sounds better like:
D Em7 G/B Bm Bm F#m
No more care-free laugh-ter
I think all of the sevenths are a bit much, but just an opinion. The G/B is how the song goes though and doesn't stay in Em.
Again though, very good tab.

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