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Artist: George Harrison
Song:   Woman Don't You Cry For Me
Album:  The Early Takes (2011)
Tempo:  4|4
URL:    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pW72Ksy2KIo
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woman_Don%27t_You_Cry_for_Me
Style:  Early Take: Simple Open-strung Blues guitar accompaniment with Jew's Harp. 
Tuning: Open E

Chords: 
        654321 = EBEAbBE
E:      000000
E7:     030000
A:      555555
A7:     585555
B:      777777
B7:     797777


SPOKEN:
"Is it coming through"

"One and two and three and a four__"


INTRO:(Riff through Open strumming & Jew's Harp over)
|E E7 E|E E7 E |


CHORUS:
E     E7        E
Gotta leave you here,
E         E7               E   E7
I'm gonna leave you at the sta-tion.
E          E7          E    E7
I've got a long way to go baby,
E               E7      E
Woman don't you cry for m-e.


VERSE 1:
E         E7      E
Ain't got time to play,
E       E7      E     E7
I don't need no complication.
E          E7             E  E7
I've got a long way to go baby,
E               E7      E
Woman don't you cry for m-e.
E       E7      E
I can't take no more,
E       E7      E    E7
I don't need no aggravation.
E          E7             E E7
I've got a long way to go baby,
E           E7          E
Woman don't you cry for m-e.


VERSE 2:
A         A7                  A
Theres no one place I want to be,
A               A7              A         A7
Attachment only hurts and locks you in tight.
A      A7       A       A7
Better catch it for yourself,
A          A7        E E7 E
Before the end comes a-long.
A           A7                 A
Theres just one thing I got to see,
A              A7                 A  A7
Thats the Lord got to keep him in sight.
A         A7          A A7
Take care of yourself baby,
A          A7         E E7 E           
C'mon wont you let me b-e.


INSTRUMENTAL:(Riff through Open strumming & Jew's Harp over)
|E     |E7  E  |E E7 |E  E7 |
|E  E7 |E   E7 |E    |E7 E  | 
|E     |E7  E  |E E7 |E  E7 |
|E  E7 |E   E7 |E    |E7 E  |


REPEAT CHORUS


CODA:[Accelerando]
|A-A7-A |B-B7-B |E-E7-E |


[End]

Notes.
1. “You can see why people like Alvin Lee and Eric Clapton loved him so much; 
George was never really considered a guitar god, he was always incredibly 
economical, and it’s perhaps surprising that all these virtuosos were such big 
fans of his style. I like the fact that you can actually hear him dig in and 
play.  This is one of the earliest recordings on the album, and we’ve been trying 
to figure out who else plays on it. Working from the recording date and who George 
would have been with at the time, we think it might be a guy who worked for Apple 
called Jonathan Clyde playing Jew’s harp.”
http://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/giles-martin-on-george-harrisons-early-
takes-track-by-track-544713/8

            
            
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