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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#
#

I'm Looking Through You
The Beatles
Rubber Soul, 1965

Tab By: Katie Levandowski, Shylock500@juno.com

*Note: I didn't come up with this tab on my own. My guitar teacher did. 

Capo: 1st fret

Intro: 

-----7-7-7-7---------------  5-5-5-----5-5-------
-----8-8-8-8---------------  7-7-7-----7-7-------
-----7-7-7-7---------------  7-7-7-----7-7-------
0--------------------------  -------------------- 
---------------------------  --------------------
---------------------------  --------------------

Then to chords: G & C

G: 320003
C: 032013
Dsus: 000233
*On D, try changing between D, Dsus, and D2
 listen to song to hear what I mean
 Get the whole album - you'll be glad you did

Verse:

G   C         Am          Em            *D

I'm looking through you,  where did you go?


G   C        Am         Em          D
I thought I knew you,  what did I know?


Em             D     Am          G   C     D   
You don't look different,   but you have changed. 


G     C       Am           C7             G C G C
I'm looking through you,  you're not the same.


Bridge:

C                              G 
Why, tell me why did you not treat me right?


C                            Dsus        D
Love has a nasty habit of disappearing overnight.


Back to verse


Ending is just G C G C over & over





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thermary 0 Nov 17, 2002 07:00 PM

Thanks Katie, for writing this one up.
As I hear it, the main chords are usually embellished with short and quick vamps -Am with Am7(x02010), Em with Em7(020000) and D with that I call a sus twiddle, using hoth Dsus4=xx0233 and Dsus2=xx0230 in quick succession. It takes a bit of practice to time it right, since the chords are changing fast to begin with, but it's really cool to play once you get it.

An easier "vamp" is that the C of the bridge (Why, tell me why...) is played with a strong alternating bass (C and G).

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R8:31b 1,731 Mar 04, 2009 09:49 PM

not really a tab,

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