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From uunet!pipex!warwick!uknet!news.cs.bham.ac.uk!lka Sun Oct 25 13:43:18 PST 1992
Article: 3056 of alt.guitar.tab
Path: nevada.edu!uunet!pipex!warwick!uknet!news.cs.bham.ac.uk!lka
From: lka@cs.bham.ac.uk (Leonard Aye)
Newsgroups: alt.guitar.tab
Subject: CRD: "Josephine"  (Chris Rea)
Date: 20 Oct 92 10:42:12 GMT
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Howdy folks

After posting "Hazard" by Richard Marx, I thought I'd post my
favourate (under-rated) guitarist Chris Rea.

To those who has never heard of him, he comes from a town in
north-east of England called Middlesbrough and he's a great slide and
lead guitarist. His style of playing is being described as a laid back
version of Mark Knopfler, and he also got a great deep voice.

The following song is one of my many favourates and I will be posting
some more songs from him in the future.

If you are interested check out his albums 'Shamlock Diaries', 
'The Road to Hell' and 'Auburge'.


Len Aye

				Chris Rea

			   Chords by Leonard Aye

Intro: Dm  Dm  Gm7  Gm7/C  C (repeat once)

	Dm				    	Gm7	  Gm7/C	  C
There's rain on my window, but I'm thinking of you
Dm				     Gm		Gm7/C	C
Tears on my pillow, but I will come through

    Bbmaj7			Gm
Josephine, I'll send you all my love, 
			G7		    Gm	  Bb/C  C  Bb/C  C
and every single step I take, I'll take for you
    Bbmaj7	C	 Dm	Gm7
Josephine, I'll send you all my love,
Am  Bbmaj7	C	 Dm	Gm7	Gm7
Josephine, I'll send you all my love

	      Dm				 Gm7	Gm7/C	C
Now there's a storm on my radar, but I can still fly
    Dm					 Gm7	Bb/C  C  Bb/C  C
but you are the reason for the blue in my sky

    Bbmaj7	C	 Dm	Gm7
Josephine, I'll send you all my love,
    Dm		Gm7	Gm7/C	C

	     Dm			     Gm7	Gm7/C	C
Life without meaning, I was walking away
	Dm				    Gm7	
In the coldest of winters the night becomes day

    Bbmaj7			Gm
Josephine, I'll send you all my love
			G7		    Gm		Bb/C  C  Bb/C  C
and every single step I take, I'll take for you		my--------- Jo-seph-

Bbmaj7	   C	    Dm	   Gm7		Am7
-ine, I'll send you all my love,	Joseph-  (repeat this line till end)

Leonard Kyaw Soe Aung Aye
School of Computer Science, The University of Birmingham, Edgbaston,
Birmingham, West Midlands B15 2TT, England, UK. Tel: +44 21-414-3736

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pommegrenade 20 wrote on March 17 2006, 12:59 am

Sweet!!Chris rea rocks, its better than 'You're beautiful' by James blunt...Nice tab man!

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szekelymihai 414 wrote on December 14 2007, 06:57 am

i like the description especially compared to mark knopfler which i admire very much

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msenin 54 wrote on August 20 2011, 11:36 am

"Laid back version of Mark Knopfler"? I thought MK was laid back to begin with. Can one be even more "laid back"? haha

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