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Care Of Cell 44 Chords

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Song: Care of Cell 44
Artist: The Zombies
Composer: Rod Argent
Album: Odessey & oracle
Tabbed by: DJ
14 Aug 2012

This transcription is intended to be played fingerstyle,
rather than strummed, as there are a lot of partial chords
in the breaks and bridge where only half the strings are played.

   Verses:           Hummed Breaks:         Bridge:
G      = xx5433     G        = 3xx00x     G5    = 3xx03x
D/F#   = xx4232     Gsus4    = 3xx01x     G(b5) = 3xx02x
Em     = xx2000     G5       = 3xx03x     Gsus4 = 3xx01x
Em7/D  = xx0000     G7/F     = 1xx00x     G     = 3xx00x
C      = x32010     G7sus4/F = 1xx01x     Am7   = x02213
G/B    = x20003     G7sus5/F = 1xx03x     D     = xx0232
Am7    = x02213     Em       = xx2000     D7    = xx0212
D7     = xx0212     Em7/D    = xx0000
Bbsus4 = x13341     Em6/C#   = x42000
D      = xx0232     D        = xx0232
                    D/C      = x30232
                    D/B      = x20232
                    D/A      = x00232

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[Intro]
    Am7                   D      D7
e|------------5-------|---2-------------------|
B|---------5-----5----|---3----------0---h1---|
G|--------------------|-------0--h2-----------|
D|--------------------|---0-------------------|
A|---0----------------|-----------------------|
E|--------------------|-----------------------|


[Verse 1]
        G       D/F#    Em          Em7/D    C     G/B     Am7  D7
Good Morning to you, I hope you're feeling better, baby, | /  /  /  / |
   G       D/F#     Bbsus4           Am7     D     D7
Thinking of me while you are far a - way,  | /  /  /  / |
       G         D/F#     Em      Em7/D     C       G/B     Am7  D7
And counting the days un -til they set you free a - gain, | /  /  /  / |
   G          D/F#   Bbsus4            Am7     D     D7
Writing this letter, hoping you're o - kay!  | /  /  /  / |


[Verse 2]
  G           D/F#      Em     Em7/D     C    G/B      Am7  D7
Saved you the room you used to stay in every Sunday, | /  /  /  / |
     G           D/F#      Bbsus4          Am7      D     D7
The one that is warmed by sunshine every - day,   | /  /  /  / |
     G           D/F#       Em  Em7/D    C    G/B     Am7   D7
And we'll get to know each other for a second time, | /  /  /  / |
     G           D/F#    Bbsus4             Am7      D    D7
And then you can tell me 'bout your prison stay!  | /  /  /  / |


[Verse 3]
  G   Gsus4  G5  Gsus4            G7/F   G7sus4/F  G7sus5/F  G7sus4/F
Hummm, hum, hum, humm - mm - mm!  Hummm,   hum,      hum,      humm - mm -mm!
 Em   Em7/D  Em6/C#               D   D/C   D/B  D/A
Feels  so    good, you're coming home-----  soon-----!


[Verse 4]
       G      D/F#     Em      Em7/D     C       G/B     Am7   D7
It's gonna be good to have you back a - gain with me,  | /  /  /  / |
   G           D/F#  Bbsus4             Am7      D   D7
Watching the laughter play around your eyes,  | /  /  /  / |
 G           D/F#       Em     Em7/D      C         G/B      Am7   D7
Come up and fetch you, saved up for the train fare money,  | /  /  /  / |
 G           D/F#   Bbsus4         Am7      D    D7
Kiss and make up and it will be so nice!  | /  /  /  / |


[Verse 5]
  G   Gsus4  G5  Gsus4           G7/F  G7sus4/F  G7sus5/F  G7sus4/F
Hummm, hum, hum, humm - mm -mm!  Hummm,   hum,      hum,     humm - mm -mm!
 Em   Em7/D  Em6/C#               D   D/C   D/B  D/A
Feels   so   good, you're coming home-----  soon-----!


[Bridge]
       G5                G(b5)             Gsus4            G
We'll walk in the way we used to walk, and it could be so nice,
       G5                G(b5)             Gsus4           Am7     D    D7
We'll talk in the way we used to talk, and it could be so nice!  | /  /  /  / |


[Verse 6]
  G   Gsus4 G5  Gsus4              G7/F   G7sus4/F  G7sus5/F  G7sus4/F
Hummm, hum, hum, humm - mm - mm!  Hummm,   hum,      hum,     humm - mm - mm!
 Em   Em7/D  Em6/C#               D   D/C   D/B  D/A
Feels  so    good, you're coming home-----  soon-----!


[Verse 7]
 G   Gsus4 G5  Gsus4            G7/F  G7sus4/F  G7sus5/F  G7sus4/F
Ahhh, ah,  ah, ahhh - ah - ah!  Ahhh,  ah,ah,    ahhh,      ahhh - ah - ah!
 Em   Em7/D  Em6/C#                D   D/C   D/B  D/A
Feels  so    good, you're coming home-----   soon-----!


[Verse 8]
  G   Gsus4  G5  Gsus4              G7/F  G7sus4/F  G7sus5/F  G7sus4/F
Hummm, hum,  hum, humm - mm - mm!  Hummm,   hum,      hum,      humm - mm - mm!
 Em   Em7/D  Em6/C#   D   D/C  D/B  D/A
Ahhh, ahhh,  ahhh!    Ah,  ah,  ah,  ah!


[Verse 9 & Coda]
  G   Gsus4  G5   Gsus4             G7/F  G7sus4/F  G7sus5/F  G7sus4/F
Hummm, hum,  hum,  humm - mm - mm!  Hummm,   hum,      hum,     humm - mm - mm!
 Em   Em7/D   Em6/C#   D   D/C  D/B  D/A   G
Ahhh,  ahhh,   ahhh!   Ah,  ah,  ah,  ah,  oo----!
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aghostisaghost wrote on September 9 2015, 09:00 pm

Bb4 is now my least favorite chord.

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DiddyD wrote on September 10 2015, 03:32 am, edited at 03:33 am

Sorry to hear that. Yeh, I agree it's not exactly comfortable to play on guitar, but as far as chord sequences go it's a stroke of genius on Rod Argent's part. Transcribing songs written on keyboards often throws up challenges for a guitar version.

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