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Say You Will Chords

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This is not an accurate transcription of the song, more an interpretation for acoustic 
to play along to. Just listen to the song for timings and rhythms.

The D7 and G7 chords sound better when played higher up the neck; they sound a bit 
when open. The Bb7 sounds better lower down as in x13131.

Intro: Cm

Verse:
Cm             Bb7
Why would she make
               Cm
Calls out the blue?
         Bb7
Now I'm awake
             Cm (Bb)
Sleep isn't new

Chorus:
Eb               Ab
Hey, hey, hey, he-eyy
      Fm              D7
Don't say you will
   G7
Unless you will
                 Ab
Hey, hey, hey, he-eyy
       Fm
Don't say you will
      D7
Then play you will
   G7
I pray you will

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After that it's just this same chord progression for the rest of the song - all 6.17 of 
Before you say it - I know the chords aren't D7 and G7, a pianist will tell you that, 
they sound good on my guitar so they should sound right on yours.

Tabbed by Matt Boothman (http://twitter.com/MBoothman)
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ejq117 wrote on September 6 2009, 02:45 am

D7 should be Bb or Bb7

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dr_juno wrote on November 29 2013, 09:38 pm, edited at 09:39 pm

Thanks for a great tab. Such a haunting song.

On the piano the verse is pretty much just Cm the whole time but I bet what you do on the guitar sounds good with shifting chords. The last part of the verse where it goes from Cm to Eb you can play a Dm7b5 for a beat inbetween as you shift up :)ejg117 is onto something, I think where you play the D7 it should read Dm7b5 (that A and F have to be flat) but I'm a pianist ;P

The G7 is totally accurate, the shift to major 7 for that part is what makes the song sound so interesting, a moment of hope in a very dark chord progression.

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dr_juno wrote on November 29 2013, 09:45 pm

Thanks for a great tab. Such a haunting song.
On the piano the verse is pretty much just Cm the whole time but I bet what you do on the guitar sounds good with shifting chords. The last part of the verse where it goes from Cm to Eb you can play a Dm7b5 for a beat inbetween as you shift up :)

ejg117 is onto something, I think where you play the D7 it should read Dm7b5 (that A has to be flat) but I'm a pianist ;P

The G7 is totally accurate, the shift to major 7 for that part is what makes the song sound so interesting, a moment of hope in a very dark chord progression.

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