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How Wrong Can One Man Be Chords

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Capo
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2nd fret
Song: How wrong can one man be
Artist: Colin Blunstone
Album: Ennismore
Composer: Colin Blunstone
Tabbed by: DJ
16th Aug 2012

CAPO: 2nd fret (Sounds in the key of D)

Chord names and fret positions are relative to the capo:
C   = x32010    F     = 133211    G/E    = xx2033
C/E = xx2010    F/C   = x33211    G7sus4 = 330011
G   = 320033    D7/F# = 200212    G7     = 320001
G/D = xx0033    G/B   = x20033    C/G    = 332010
                                  D7/A   = x00212

Played with a country feel, with alternating bass notes

************************************************************************

[Intro]
    C
e|------0-------------|------0-------------| [x2]
B|------1-------------|------1-------------|
G|------0----------0--|------0----------0--|
D|------2---0--h2-----|------2---0--h2-----|
A|---3----------------|---3----------------|
E|--------------------|--------------------|


[Verse 1]
C        C/E      G   G/D           F    F/C       C    C/E
   Funny how the only song I could ever write for you,
C               C/E          F     F/C       G    G/B    G/E   G/B
   Was when you said you'd finally had e - nough,
C          C/E          G   G/D      F          F/C         C    C/E
   Never thought you'd ever say it,     never thought you could,
F               D7/F#        G7sus4   G7
   How wrong can one man ever be?


[Verse 2]
C       C/E       G        G/D         F        F/C    C    C/E
   Even when you came a - round, that last and final time,
C                C/E       F       F/C        G    G/B    G/E   G/B
   I thought that I could kiss a - way your words,
          C        C/E         G        G/D      F    F/C       C    C/E
But you dried your eyes, and shook your head, as I o-pened the door,
F               D7/F#         G7sus4  G7        C/G          F
   How wrong can one man ever be?          How wrong can you be?
    D7/A          G                  F    G             C     G7
How long does it take to see mis - takes...   you have made?


[Verse 3]
    C        C/E          G   G/D         F        F/C      C    C/E
So... fare - well, good - bye now, you've... bro - ken a - way,
         C          C/E    F   F/C        G    G/B    G/E   G/B
Well, I feel we'll never, ever meet a - gain,
C           C/E          G    G/D
  And, if I made mis - takes, well,
C           C/E          G    G/D
  And, if I made mis - takes, well, 
            F           F/C            C     C/E
I hope you  ...under - stood at least some,
F               D7/F#        G7sus4  G7        C/G          F
  How wrong can one man ever be?          How wrong can you be?
    D7/A          G                F    G            C     G7
How long does it take to see mis-takes...  you have made?


[Verse 4]
C        C/E      G   G/D           F    F/C       C    C/E
   Funny how the only song I could ever write for you,
C               C/E          F     F/C       G    G/B    G/E   G/B
   Was when you said you'd finally had e - nough,
C          C/E          G   G/D      F          F/C         C    C/E
   Never thought you'd ever say it,     never thought you could,
F                D7/F#       G7sus4   G7
   How wrong can one man ever be?
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DiddyD 11,330 wrote on August 21 2012, 03:30 am

Looks like when my tab was formatted they missed the alternating bass note on the F chords. Where there are two F chords the second one should be an F/C.

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