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Tell The Truth” by Jude Cole 
Written by Jude Cole and James Newton Howard 
From the album "Start The Car" 
Reprise Records, 1992 
Transcribed by Chris Nastally (nast2112@comcast.net)

Hope you can follow this. Jude capo's at the first fret. Most of the chords are
just open chords. I'll put in parethesis the fret numbers for each string and
I'll give the chords for each 4-beat measure.  Sometimes there's more than one
chord per measure and I've noted that with a '->'  to indicate a shift. Just
listen to the recording for timing. 

Intro: 
E (022100) 
E6 (022120) 
A/E bass (002220) 
E 

Verse: 
E 
E6 
A/E 
E 
E 
F#7 (242322) 
A (x02220) 
A -> E (at end of the measure) 
C#m7 (x46454) 
G# (466544) 
A 
A -> G(3x003x) -> D/F# (2x023x) 

Chorus: 
E 
C#m 
D (xx0232) 
B7 (x21202) 

repeat x1 then... 

1st time: 
D 
A,    and back to verse 

2nd time: 
B7 x 2 measures then into bridge.... 

Bridge: 
Gmaj7 (3x0032) 
Asus2 (x02200) 
Bsus2 (x24422) x2 measures 
Gmaj7 
Asus2 
Gmaj7 
Asus2 
Bsus2 x 2 measures 

Solo = same as chorus 
repeats chorus x 2 , then back to the bridge. 

uuum...sorry i took so long on his...i will make a better copy of it later...
this is really rough...sorry. Any questions...email me at neilgaiman13@hotmail.com
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