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Hi guys, this song origanally appeared on Carol King's album tapestry then was covered
by James Taylor later. This year (2005) it is the official song of Red nose day! So here
we go... 
                                                 


4/4 (capo 2nd)  G/C Cd/Gsus4 G/F#m7 B7

                Em      B7             Em     B7          Em7
When you're down and troubled and you need a helping hand,
    Am7          D7sus4                G     Gsus4   G
and nothing, oh, nothing is going right,
F#m7                    B7          Em        B7         Em7
close your eyes and think of me and soon I will be there
   Am7         Bm7                    D7sus4 /D7
to brighten up even your darkest night.

             G          Gmaj7       Cmaj7             Am7
You just call out my name,  and you know wherever I am,
D7sus4       Gmaj7                 D7sus4
I'll come running to see you again.
G                          Gmaj7  Cmaj7                   Em7

Winter, spring, summer, or fall,  all you got to do is call
         Cmaj7    Bm7              Am7  D7sus4
and I'll be there,     yeah, yeah, yeah.  (2nd time -->*)
D7sus4             G/C Cd/Gsus4 G/F#m7
You've got a friend.

B7        Em    B7               Em       B7            Em7
If the sky above you should turn dark and full of clouds,
         Am7       D7sus4                   G  Gsus4  G
and that old north wind should begin to blow,
F#m7                 B7     Em          B7       Em7
keep your head together and call my name out loud.
Am7          Bm7                    D7sus4
Soon I'll be knocking upon your door.  ------>(**)

*         Cf         F         C
Hey ain't it good to know that you've got a friend when
G           Gsus4    Gmaj7         C                  F7
people can be so cold.     They'll hurt you and desert you.
              Em7                       A7
Well, they'll take your soul if you let them.
                  D7sus4         D13
Oh yeah, but don't you let them.

             G          Gmaj7       Cmaj7             Am7
You just call out my name,  and you know wherever I am,
D7sus4       Gmaj7                 D7sus4
I'll come running to see you again.
G                          Gmaj7  Cmaj7                   Em7

Winter, spring, summer, or fall,  all you got to do is call
         C         Gb  Am7   D7sus4
and I'll be there, yes I will.
                  G  C             G
You've got a friend.  You've got a friend.
C                            G
Ain't it good to know you've got a friend?
              C                           G
Ain't it good to know you've got a friend?
         C                           Gsus4  G
Oh, yeah, yeah.  You've got a friend.


Gsus4:	3x0013		Cmaj7:	x32000		Em7:	022030
D7sus4:	xx0213		Cf:	1x2010
Cd: 	xx0010		F7:	131211
Gmaj7: 	3x0032		D13:	xx0133

            
            
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Rachel86 10 Mar 14, 2005 07:00 PM

I've seen Mcfly play this on tv and I think its different to the 1 posted here. They have the capo on the 3rd fret. I was wonderin if u new the tabs 4 their version. Or if u no where I could find it.
Thanx. From Rachel.

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hunkinsex's 10 Apr 15, 2005 08:00 PM

this is preety good but a bit fiddly for me, seeing as though i play bass!

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FeelinLuckyPUNK 130 May 06, 2005 08:00 PM

do what i do and play the Carole King version (the original) its exactly the same...although im sure the song is capoed at the 4th fret, thats the way ive been playing it and it sounds right to me, but hey what do i know?

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