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Tell Me A Tale chords

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[Verse]
      C6          D6      C6          D6
Tell me a tale that always was,
      C6          D6   C6          D6
Sing me a song that I'll always be in,
        C6       D6   C6          D6
Tell  me a story that I can read, 
      C6        D6    C6          D6
tell me a story that I believe.
     C6         D6     C6          D6
Paint me a picture that I can see,
    C6        D6     C6          D6
Give me a touch that I can feel,
  C6        D6   C6          D6
Turn me around so I can be,
     C6        D6    C6          D6
Everything I was meant to be.

[Chorus] (x2)
  Gmaj       Am
Lord I need loving,
    Gmaj       Am
Lord I need good, good loving.

[Verse]
      C6       D6   C6          D6
Show me some strength that i can use,
      C6       D6      C6          D6
Give me a sound that I won't refuse,
      C6      D6   C6          D6
Tell me story that I can read,
     C6       D6    C6          D6
Tell me a story that I can believe
      C6      D6     C6          D6
Tell me a tale that always was,
       C6       D6    C6          D6
Sing me a song that I'll always be in,
       C6       D6    C6          D6
Turn me around so I can be,
      C6     D6     C6          D6
Everything I was meant to be.

[Chorus] (x4)
 Gmaj       Am
Lord I need loving,
   Gmaj       Am
Lord I need good, good loving.

            
            
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findthis_1 10 Jul 15, 2013 01:24 PM

Great job on this tab mate! If anyone doubts this tab you can go to YouTube and watch The Crypt Sessions. This tab is not 100% to how Michael plays it but it is damn close. Keep up the good work James.

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jelle.neyt 22 Aug 31, 2015 02:03 PM

this is correct, but the C6 is more like an Am7, the D6 is Bm7/A..
however how you tabbed is 100% correct how I see him play it in a live video, so doesn't matter.

C6 and D6 are also the same notes and inversions, but he keeps that A note in the bass all the time, if you would just play real D6 and D6 it would sound different

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