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                   "Forgetful Lucy" by Adam Sandler
               Tabbed by Aaron Rosa - hbzel@hotmail.com

                   From the 50 First Dates Soundtrack


This, like most anything by Adam Sandler, is pretty easy to play. If you haven't seen the
movie, it's based in Hawaii, and it sounds like he might be playing this on a ukelele or
some kind of smaller sized guitar. To get close to that sound, you can put a capo on the
3rd fret, in standard tuning.

The intro and verse is just those two progressions repeated after each other. I tried to
show the timing for the strumming, but you should listen to the song for the exact
timing. For the chorus, it's just an A chord strummed a few times followed by a single
strum of the chord shown after it. Again, listen to the song for the timing.

An "x" indicates muting the string.


CAPO ON 3RD FRET
STANDARD TUNING


INTRO

|------------------------------------------------|
|--3--33---2--22---000--2--22--2-----------------|
|--2--22---2--22---222--2--22--2-----------------|
|--0--00---0--00---000--0--00--0-----------------|
|--0--00---0--00---000--0--00--0-----------------|
|------------------------------------------------|


|------------------------------------------------|
|--3--33---2--22---000--2------------------------|
|--2--22---2--22---222--2------------------------|
|--0--00---0--00---000--0------------------------|
|--x--xx---x--xx---xxx--x------------------------|
|--3--33---3--33---333--3------------------------|



VERSE

|------------------------------------------------|
|--3--33---2--22---000--2--22--2-----------------|
|--2--22---2--22---222--2--22--2-----------------|
|--0--00---0--00---000--0--00--0-----------------|
|--0--00---0--00---000--0--00--0-----------------|
|------------------------------------------------|


|------------------------------------------------|
|--3--33---2--22---000--2--22--------------------|
|--2--22---2--22---222--2--22--------------------|
|--0--00---0--00---000--0--00--------------------|
|--x--xx---x--xx---xxx--x--xx--------------------|
|--3--33---3--33---333--3--33--------------------|



CHORUS

|------------------------------------------------|
|--2---------3-----------------------------------|
|--2---------2-----------------------------------|
|--2---------0-----------------------------------|
|--0---------x-----------------------------------|
|------------3-----------------------------------|
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babyturtle 10 wrote on March 19 2007, 02:57 am

sounds nice

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nic2670 10 wrote on May 1 2010, 06:45 pm

Hey it sounds good... And just so you know... It is a ukulele he plays on. xD

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pogeybait 104 wrote on December 17 2014, 10:40 pm

Not sure about the ukulele thing. In the movie he seems to me making C and G chords whether or not he's accurately really playing his own song or not I don't know. I can pretty much achieve exactly the same sound by tuning my guitar down 1-1/2 steps (C#) and like I said, it's dead on. Then just do G and C chord for the verses only changing the 1st string fretting from the 3rd, to 2nd, to open and back to 2nd. The chorus just adds the D chord which changes back to the G. Simple song. If you listen to the very last chord he plays it definitely has the 6th emitting the an E note which would be the 3rd fret on this tuning so pretty sure that is what he is doing.

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