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Sarah Smile 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   #
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Title: Sarah Smile
Artists: Hall and Oates

Transcribed by: Jason Yankee
Note: This is all my own work.

Intro Lead - (keyboard version of guitar lead)

F note, C note, A note, G note, F note, B B note,

A note, G note, F note - Repeat the two lines

Intro: F, C, (maybe you can substitute Am for C)

B B, B B m (C # will also work)

repeat the above line

Verse:

"Baby hair.." F, Am, Dm, G, A, Dm, Am, Dm, G, A,

repeat the above line.

2nd Part:

"When I feel cold.."

B B, C, (maybe you can substitute Am for C) A, Dm

"and when I feel.."

B B, C, (maybe you can substitue Am for C) A, Dm

Chorus:

NC - "It's you and me forever.."

"Sarah Smile.."

F, C, (you might be able to substitute Am for C)

B B, B B m (C # will also work.)

repeat the above line

Instrumental part:

Use the chords in the 2nd Part

Chords defined:

C - notes - C, E, G  

Am - notes - A, C, E 

Dm - notes - D, F, A

F - notes - F, C, E

G - notes - G, B, D

A - notes - A, C #, E

B B - notes - B B, D, F

B B m - notes - B B, D B, F

C # - notes - C #, F, G #

Note: Use the notes in the chords in any order. It
will

still be the same chord.


Any questions, improvements, comments, or criticism?
Please e-mail me at banjokayankee@yahoo.com
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Talflick wrote on October 7 2006, 06:33 pm

this sounds more wrong than the time i tried to improvise chords in B-flat to Animals - Nickelback.

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Talflick wrote on October 7 2006, 06:33 pm

P.S. LEARN TO WRITE TABS

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jy76tn wrote on October 27 2007, 07:12 am

The B chords and notes are B b. That's the biggest mistake. Otherwise it sounds similar. The other tabbers thru in a G minor while this tab has a D minor.

The F and D minors should be D minor 7. The other tabbers threw in a few other chords which improve it a bit.

The key of F has these chords:

F, B b, C, Dm

The key of Dm is the relative minor of F

Dm, Gm, Am

Also the last F note in the starting solo is the high F (high sounding E string)

The solo starts on the high F and ends on the high F.

If thier is an F in the middle; It's the middle F.

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