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Tell Me Why Chords

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[Verse]

 C                          
  Sailing heartships through
 D              
 Broken harbours
 Am7       (C) 
 Out on the waves
        G     (C)(G)     C
 In the night  

C
 Still the searcher must
D
 Ride the dark horse
Am
 Racing along
G
 In his stride


 [Chorus]

 D       Am7  C  G C G D
 Tell me why           
         Am7   C   G
 Tell me why      
 
       Bm                                 C   
 Is it hard to make arrangements with yourself
             D               C  
 When you're old enough to repay
          Bm7             Em  
 But young enough to sell

 C D Am7 (C) G


[Verse]

C
 Tell me lies later
D
 Come and see me
Am                   G
 I'll be around for a while
C
 I am lonely but
D
 You can free me
Am                       G
 All in the way that you smile


[Chorus]

 D       Am7  C  G C G D
 Tell me why           
         Am7   C   G
 Tell me why      
 
       Bm                                 C   
 Is it hard to make arrangements with yourself
             D               C  
 When you're old enough to repay
          Bm7             Em  
 But young enough to sell

 C D Am7 (C) G
 C D Am7 (C) G

       
 [Chorus]

 D       Am7  C  G C G D
 Tell me why           
         Am7   C   G
 Tell me why      
 
       Bm                                 C   
 Is it hard to make arrangements with yourself
             D               C  
 When you're old enough to repay
          Bm7             Em  
 But young enough to sell

 C D Am7 (C) G   (to fade)
      

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 The Bm7 xx4232 is suspect, try a straight D (works better
 than A GM7)
  
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davidburnham 10 Nov 28, 2014 04:47 PM, edited at 09:48 pm

I've always played that first Bm in the chorus as a G with the high E on the second fret instead of the first, but other than that I think it's a great tab!

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