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Run To Me Chords

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Bee Gees - Run To Me
 
Tuning - EADGBE

 A               G
If ever you got rain in your heart, 
 F#m                   E   D             F#m
someone has hurt you, and torn you apart, 
  Bm            E                     A
am I unwise to open up your eyes to love me? 
 
 A                  G
And let it be like they said it would be - 
 F#m                 E   D            F#m
me loving you girl, and you loving me. 
 Bm             E                     A
Am I unwise to open up your eyes to love me?

 A           C#m
Run to me whenever you're lonely
 D            Dm
Run to me if you need a shoulder 
 A       G         F#
Now and then, you need someone older, 
     Dm    E           A
so darling, you run to me. 

 A               G
And when you're out in the cold, 
 F#m                E      D          F#m
no one beside you, and no one to hold, 
 Bm             E                     A
am I unwise to open up your eyes to love me? 
  
 A                     G 
And when you've got nothing to lose, 
 F#m               E   D              F#m
nothing to pay for, nothing to choose, 
 Bm              E                    A
am I unwise to open up your eyes to love me 

 A          C#m
Run to me whenever you're lonely
 D            Dm
Run to me if you need a shoulder 
 A       G         F#
Now and then, you need someone older, 
     Dm    E           A
so darling, you run to me.

-macbee-
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Strings09 202 wrote on January 6 2014, 12:14 pm

Yeah, pretty much sounds correct, but in the verse "someone has hurt you, and torn you apart", i was wondering if it was just 'F#m' 'D' instead of the extra 'E' 'F#m'? Maybe that was added as a little extra?

Also i think Barry may be playing in alternate tuning in one of the videos (http://youtu.be/mgdMvXb00ag) as he appears to play a completely open stringed 'D' in the verse? See what you think!

So although this version is extremely accurate i can only give 4 stars as it's not quite spot on... I have a feeling the tuning must be 'drop D' although not entirely sure as i am still learning the very early stages of alternate tuning myself!

Still a great tab though! I shall enjoy playing this, what a lovely song, very soothing!

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k33lhauled 30 wrote on July 28 2014, 10:28 pm

Funny you should mention that... I've heard many people say that Barry often uses alternate tuning, but I haven't really watched him playing ever.

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