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A Name Chords

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Credit goes to "Pho3nix", I have just arranged it in such a manner that you can 
play along to it, and corrected a few lyrics etc. thanks

chatlo77


B          F#      G#m
These don't have a name

            B         F#          G#m
I've been a fool to let it out that way

           C#m            G#m
And it'll keep on coming back


 B     F#           G#m
A fool gets laughed at


        E     B    F#      G#m
And I'll go on and on and on


E        B              F#       G#m
Letting it out when the feelings strong


B       F#          C#m      G#m
I wonder who in the single thing


B       F#          C#m        G#m
Made this night and it's ugly dreams


B         F#    G#m
These all pass away


      B                      F#       G#m
It is clear that one can see through a day


      C#m          G#m
And i may have met my match


     B      F#      G#m
Completely unattached


      E   B   F#    G#m
With noone noone noone


   E         B         F#       G#m
On whom to rely, let's sing that song


B             F#     C#m     G#m
Well I didn't read the last page


    B          F#         C#m    G#m
You thought of me at that final stage


E     E      F#  G#m
Eenie meenie miny moe

                      
E    E                F#     G#m
It's about time 'bout time to go


E     E      F#  G#m
Eenie meenie miny moe


E    E                F#
It's about time, bout time


G#m E F# G#m  x4
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fleathebassis 73 wrote on March 21 2014, 03:40 pm

Great tab but I think the Eenie meenie miny moe bit is actaullt E B F# G#m not E E F# G#m :)

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toutpourlapub 10 wrote on May 29 2016, 08:02 am

Well I think it is actually these chords : E E F# G#m
But playing a B doesn't really change..

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toutpourlapub 10 wrote on May 29 2016, 08:03 am

Well I think it is actually E E F# G#m ;)
But playing a B doesn't really change..

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