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Fade To Black Chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
~From: eepee@polaris.utu.fi (Esa-Pekka P{lvim{ki)

No guarantees - I took the chords down by listening and now I'll just try
to recall them (don't have my guitar handy...) but something like this:
I'll just give a clue of the lyrics instead of writing them all down...

Dm7                             A7
Well I wonder where U R 2 nite  probably on a rampage...

F                               G7
You have been known to take...  in getting in somebody's....

Bb                              A7      Dm7     A7
Always had the knack 2          fade to black

Dm7                                     A7
I betcha already made your pass.....    I see a darkened room somewhere...

..and so on. It's a good song, hope this helps!

[Written by Mark Knopfler
Published by Rondor Music/Straitjacket Songs
Copyright 1979 Phonogram Ltd., London]

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Stratman_69 31 Aug 31, 2009 07:35 PM

This is definitely wrong. I am going through it by ear as well, but no way. The Bb sounds right and that's about it. I haven't listened to this great song in a long time. I'll make it my next fixer-upper.

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sforster2301 168 Sep 21, 2015 01:32 PM

Clearly wrong. not a very good tab I am tabbing by ear and these are quite wrong, especially if he didn't even use a guitar.

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