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Heartbeat Radio chords

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Intro: E

E
Tell me what you think about this song
E
Sue me if you reckon it's too long
Bm7             A              E
I wanna know how you really feel

E
Tell me what you think this is funny
E
Spending all my time and my money
Bm7            A        F#m      
Trying to find how you really feel
G#m                 C#m            F#m
The radio's perfect pitch makes me nauseous
G#m      C#m                  F#m         A             E
Oh, the dimwits are digging a ditch on my heartbeat radio

E
Tell me what's the deal with the static
E
FM has become automatic
Bm7          A    F#m           
I wanna know did the DJ drown
G#m           C#m        F#m
In a sea of reverb and compression
G#m         C#m           F#m
Oh, wait til you hear the refrain
A                  E
On my heartbeat radio

A         Am         E         E7
My darling waves can be replaced
A         Am          E
But I will remember you
A         Am  
I'd sell my soul
E      E7
Payola dole
A           Am            E
Still I'm not receiving you

E
Tell me why you're changing the station
E
What comes after heavy rotation
Bm7           A                E
I wanna know am I coming through
Bm7           A     F#m      G#m
I wanna know what I've done to you
C#m                            F#m
You're wearing out my favorite song
          G#m           
And everyone else's
    C#m               F#m          A                E
Oh, Nothing but sad honky tonk on my heartbeat radio


A         Am         E         E7
My darling waves can be replaced
A         Am          E
But I will remember you
A         Am  
I'd sell my soul
E      E7
Payola dole
A           Am            E
Still I'm not receiving you


E
Tell me what you think about this song (4x)
E
Tell me what you think about-- (3x)

A       Am        E            E7
We laugh and cry but don't ask why
A
My poor heart still beats for you

A Am E E7

A   Am       E        E7
 Oh my heartbeat radio

A         Am         E         E7
My darling waves can be replaced
A         Am          E
But I will remember you
A         Am  
I'd sell my soul
E      E7
Payola dole
A            Am           E
Still I'm not receiving you

A Am E E7

A   Am           E    
 Oh my heartbeat radio

A Am E E7

A   Am           E    
 Oh my heartbeat radio

E

            
            
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prettymaryk 63 Oct 29, 2010 09:13 AM

There's an Am between the A and E chords of the verse:
Bm7 A Am E
I wanna know how you really feel

And:
A Am E
On my heartbeat radio

In the chorus, i think the E7 should be an A7 and the Am in the 2nd line should be an F#m:
A Am E A7
My darling waves can be replaced
A F#m E
But I will remember you
A Am
I'd sell my soul
E A7
For your adore
A F#m E
Still I'm not receiving you

Thanks for the tab!

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tmstrand7 71 Nov 03, 2011 01:10 PM

When he's strumming the E in the intro/verse, he's actually alternating between E and Emaj7 (021100).

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