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Hello Goodbye ukulele

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Here are the guitar tabs (chords, rather)for Hello Goodbye by Jonathan Clay.
I first heard this song in JamLegend (www.jamlegend.com) and I loved it. Hehe.

There!!
Here are the chords:


A       -   002200
Amaj7   -   002100
F#m/E   -   x44200
Dsus2   -   xx0230
E       -   022100
Bm7     -   x24232
Dsus2/G -   3x0230




Hello Goodbye
Jonathan Clay




        A
I'm afraid I cannot lie.
      Amaj7                   F#m/E        Dsus2
She didn't even try and I was blown away.
    A 
I can't help my attraction,
          Amaj7
It's a chemical reaction and
       F#m/E       Dsus2
It's here to stay.




          A
Love is something that you need,
                 Amaj7
It's just like water to the trees
              F#m/E          Dsus2
Only want it more and more.
           A
And in a sick society it's like
    Amaj7
A healing melody
               F#m/E         Dsus2
But now she's out the door.




Chorus:

A   Amaj7   Dsus2  E
Hello goodbye is all she said,
A   Amaj7     Dsus2     E
But she won't seem to leave my head.
A      Amaj7    Dsus2     E            A    AM7     Dsus2  E
I'm so tired of the, so tired of the rainy days,
                           A  Amaj7    Dsus2  E
I'm so tired of the rainy days.




         A
For a second it was there,
  Amaj7
I sat down in my chair and
          F#m/E       Dsus2
Tried to figure out.
            A
Something clever I could say
            Amaj7
About the weather, how's your day,
            F#m/E         Dsus2
What's your book about?




            A
I've got nothing left to lose.
          Amaj7
Why do I always seem to choose to
        F#m/E               Dsus2
Let it pass me by, all by.
         A
I just go on with the day,
            Amaj7
I've got so much I want to say.
              F#m/E       Dsus2
And I'm just asking why.




Chorus:

A   Amaj7   Dsus2  E
Hello goodbye is all she said,
A   Amaj7     Dsus2     E
But she won't seem to leave my head.
A      Amaj7    Dsus2     E            A    AM7     Dsus2  E
I'm so tired of the, so tired of the rainy days,
                           A  Amaj7    Dsus2  E
I'm so tired of the rainy days.




Bridge:

Bm7                    F#m/E   E
Maybe I'll see her on another day,
          Bm7       
When the moon and stars
         F#m/E      E
Finally have their way,
        Bm7
In the meantime
             F#m/E  E      Dsus2/G
I'll be wondering why why, why.




Chorus:

A   Amaj7   Dsus2  E
Hello goodbye is all she said,
A   Amaj7     Dsus2     E
But she won't seem to leave my head.
A      Amaj7    Dsus2     E            A    AM7     Dsus2  E
I'm so tired of the, so tired of the rainy days,
                      A   Amaj7   Dsus2  E
I'm so tired of the rainy days.


         A   Amaj7    Dsus2  E
Oh the rainy days,
                      A   Amaj7   Dsus2  E
I'm so tired of the rainy days,
                  A   Amaj7   Dsus2  E
So tired of the rainy days,
                A   Amaj7   Dsus2  E
No no no more rainy days







*till fade*







Tabbed by DarkMozart
neilcorpuz20@gmail.com


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