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Ben Tab

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Hello there!
This is my first tab ever!
This song is Ben, sang by Michael Jackson.

I have transposed this song one note higher, so I can sing it myself!
I hope you like it.

Standard tuning.



Then you'll play the following chords:

G                       D
Ben, the two of us need look no more,
 G                          D
we both found what we were looking for.
 G                        B7                  F
With a friend to call my own, I'll never be alone.
     E                  Am           D               G   C   G   C
And you my friend will see, you've got a friend in me.
    G                          D
Ben, you're always running here and there,
 G                          D
you feel you're not wanted anywhere.
 G                  B7                            F
If you ever look behind, and don't like what you find,
         E                     Am           D              G C 
there's something you should know, you've got a place to go.
   Am         D7    G           Am       D7     G
I used to say       I and me  Now it's us       Now it's we.
   Am         D7    G           Am       D7     G           C
I used to say       I and me  Now it's us       now it's we.

G                           D
Ben, most people would turn you away,
 G                    D
I don't listen to a word they say.
  G                      D                         F
They don't see you as I do, I wish they would try to,
    E                  Am             D                 G   C
I'm sure they'd think again, if they had a friend like Ben,
 G    C             G     C   
like Ben,          like Ben
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