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Suzie Blue chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Helpful hints:
Put the capo wherever works with your voice. I put it on 3rd fret then use normal open 
chords for most of this song.
  The exceptions are two bar chords for the G# - G part (Far away...) with the different 
strum pattern use a Bar-chord 4 frets up from your capo.

Where I say (B note) it is the second fret up from your capo on the A string to make 
that nice move to the A7.  You can leave your fingers in the open C-shape(or Am) and just 
move the finger to touch on that B and then strum once.

In the first line that G chord is just a pluck on the root note and then one strum 
down+up then E note. You can leave it out if you want.

**I Capitalized the letter of each Word when the chord changes on that word.

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Suzie Blue by Ben Harper
Tabbed by RyanPatrick


E                      Am  G
Won't you sing me the Blues
E                     Am   (B-note)
Won't you sing me the Blues
C       E         Am           F
Sing me Something My heart can Use
C      Am       G      C
Misery Loves a Sympho-Ny

          G#               G
Does your Face your pretty Face
C     (B note)   A7
Get lost in a Crowd
        G#             G
And you Say no one's There to hear you
C  (B note)  A7
Cry out Loud
               F
what will you Do,
G   C
Suzie Blue

E                                 Am
Where did you learn to do that so Well
E                                 Am  (B Note)
Where did you learn to do that so Well
C       E         Am                F
I guess That would Be like kiss and Tell
          C       Am      G        C
if it's a Secret, Why did You show Me

         G#    G
but your Far a-Way from the
C   (B note)   A7
Love you used to Hold
      G#      G
don't Sit and Watch your
C   (B note)  A7
Self Grow Old
           F
The day is New,
G  C  (B note)  A7
Suzie Blue
           F
The day is new,
   G     C
Suzie Blue

E                     Am  G
Real life has let you Down
E                     Am  (B note)
Real life has let you down
C       E         Am                       F
Someone Stripped the Shoes from your Ground
 C        Am       G    C
Everybody Owes someBody Something


 G#           G    C (B note) A7
Kisses from Heaven In Your Arms
G#                         G
and we'll Make love to the Memories
 C  (B note)  A7          F
they will Al-Ways see us Through,
G     C     (walking B note to A7)
Suzie Blue
           F
the day is New,
G     C (B note to A7)
Suzie Blue
           F
the day is New,
G     C
Suzie Blue

            
            
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alidilly 84 Aug 27, 2013 05:29 PM

i substitute an F for the G# any time i see it, i think it sounds pretty good.

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