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SONG:   DARLIN'
ARTIST: RICHARD HAWLEY
TAB BY: DON CZARSKI
EMAIL:  GUITARZAN7@HOTMAIL.COM


                            DARLIN'
                        RICHARD HAWLEY

INTRO: LISTEN FOR TIMING AS THIS RIFF 
           Gb  Gb Bbm B  B/Db  B 
       IS PLAYED THROUGHOUT AND IS CRITICAL
       IN PLAYING THE SONG CORRECTLY.

               sl.
Gb  Gb Bbm B  B/Db  B 
Gb  Gb Bbm B  B/Db  B 
Gb  Gb Bbm B  B/Db  B 
Gb  Gb Bbm B  B/Db  B 


NOTE: (Not really played but sounds
       nice for another guitar)

E -----------------------
B -----------------------
G ------11-10-8--8/10--8-
D -8-11------------------
A -----------------------
E -----------------------


VERSE:     
                
 Gb     Gb Bbm B B/Db  B         Gb       Gb Bbm B B/Db   
Darlin',                do you remember me
      B      Gb        Gb Bbm B B/Db  B       Gb    Gb Bbm B B/Db  B
Back when I used to be                  your darlin'
 Gb    Gb Bbm B B/Db         B       Gb         Gb Bbm B B/Db  
Darlin'            you know it's so hard to tell
     B   Gb           Gb Bbm B B/Db  B       Gb     Gb Bbm B B/Db  Db
Why you said farewell,                to me darlin'


CHORUS:
 B                         Db
You said you wanted to be free
          B                         Db B Bbm B
But this loneliness is just killing me
    Gb    Gb Bbm B B/Db  B
My darlin'
    Gb    Gb Bbm B B/Db  B
My darlin'


INSTRUMENTAL:
               sl.
Gb  Gb Bbm B  B/Db  B 
Gb  Gb Bbm B  B/Db  B 
Gb  Gb Bbm B  B/Db  B 
Gb  Gb Bbm B  B/Db  B 
 

VERSE:
 Gb    Gb Bbm B B/Db       B        Gb       Gb Bbm B B/Db   
Darlin'               hey what you doing now
    B        Gb           Gb Bbm B B/Db  B    
Me I'm just hanging round          hmmmmmmmm
 Gb    Gb Bbm B B/Db  B
Darlin'
 Gb    Gb Bbm B B/Db      B    Gb             Gb Bbm B B/Db  Darlin'              I'm just here in the rain
      B      Gb           Gb Bbm B    B/Db B      
With all my old old pains           Oh ooh oh for you
 Gb     Gb Bbm B B/Db  Db
Darlin'


CHORUS:
 B                         Db
You said you wanted to be free
          B                         Db B Bbm B
But this loneliness is just killing me
    Gb    Gb Bbm B
My darlin'
B/Db B   Gb    Gb Bbm B
 Oh  my darlin'
B/Db B   Gb    Gb Bbm B 
 Oh  my darlin'
B/Db B   Gb    Gb Bbm B B/Db  B
 Oh  my darlin'


OUTRO:
               sl.
Gb  Gb Bbm B  B/Db  B 
Gb  Gb Bbm B  B/Db  B 
Gb  Gb Bbm B  B/Db  B 
Gb  Gb Bbm B  B/Db  B 

            
            
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Bigjohnpolski 44 Jun 26, 2015 11:24 AM

Thanks for doing this song. It is 100% correct the way you tabbed it in my opinion and definitely a 5 star tab. I actually tried the little fill you put in the intro part and it blends in nicely. This is a beautiful and haunting type song if played correctly. Great job!

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DON CZARSKI [tm] 27,961 Jun 26, 2015 11:27 AM, edited on June 27 2015, 06:52 am

This song can also be transposed and capoed to make chords that are more familiar and easier to play. However I play this using all barre chords and the transition from one chord to the next fits best using the chords that I have tabbed.... I think you will find it an easy and beautiful song to play once you have the timing of it correct..it flows nicely....that said if you want to use a capo and transpose the chords please feel free to do so... I tried it and although it works to me it just doesn't have the same easy feel flow that the chords listed have....

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DON CZARSKI [tm] 27,961 Jun 26, 2015 02:47 PM

By the way, in parts you will notice the RIFF is broken up in places... It is still the same riff that is played throughout however in those parts he is singing and the chord just happens to fall on those words at the time... So basically keep the same rhythm going and you will be fine.....

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