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Making Believe Chords

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Emmylou Harris     Making Believe   written by Jimmy Work

Albert Lee      guitar
Glen D Hardin   piano
Emory Gordy     bass
John Ware       drums
Ricky Skaggs    fiddle
Brian Ahern     acoustic guitar
Rodney Crowell  acoustic guitar
Herb Pedersen   harmony 


        C#      F#             C#
Making believe  that you still love me
             G#           C#
It's leaving me alone and so blue
                        F#             C#
Still I'll always dream but I'll never own  you
          G#                   C#
Making believe, it's all I can do               G#
C#
Can't hold you close when you're not with me
                  G#                    C#
You're somebody's love, you'll never be mine
           C#    F#                C#
Making believe   I'll spend my  lifetime
       G#                C#
Loving you and making believe

SOLO  in C#     then Bb
       Eb           Ab      Eb
Making believe that I never lost you
             Bb                   Eb     
But my happy hours, I find are so few
                 Eb     Ab              Eb
My plans for the future will never come true
       Bb                       Eb
Making believe, what else can I do
            Eb  Ab            Eb
Making believe, I'll spend my lifetime
       Bb               Eb
Loving you and making believe

From Emmylou Harris "Luxury Liner"
Warner Brothers Records 1977
Acuff-Rose Publishing
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rexboxy 306 wrote on July 18 2013, 12:27 pm

The "A" should be a G# of course and I assume this was just a mistake because the rest of the tab is perfect. Better yet is to transpose this down 1 semitone and change what is then a G# to a G, or down 6, changing the D# to a D. It's an obvious "yikes" when you sing "It's leaving me" that the note given is a half step too high. I didn't think people should be dissuaded from taking a look at the tab, since it's such a pretty song and such an easy fix... so I gave it 5 stars. Hope that's O.K.

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