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#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. #
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From rumpole.no@spam.mortimer.com Mon May 12 12:49:37 1997
Date: Fri, 18 Apr 1997 16:18:28 GMT
From: kitch 
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: Re: Tab wanted: The Girl From Epanema (spelling?)

NOTE - 1. Lyrics not exactly aligned.
       2. Roman numerals indicate chord positions


==The Girl From Impanema=====


Written by   Antonio Carlos Jobim


===Key:G===Tempo:120===


Sung by Astrid Gilbert
Sax solo by Stan Getz [?]


GMaj7GMaj7/A       |Ab13               |GMaj7GMaj7/A       |Ab13

[intro]

GMaj7              |GMaj7              |A7                 |A7

Tall and tan and young and lovely, the girl from Impanema goes walking
and

Am7                |D7b5               |GMaj7              |Ab13

when she passes each one she passes, goes "Ahh".

GMaj7              |GMaj7              |A7                 |A7

When she walks she's like a samba that swings so cool & sways so
gentle that

Am7                |D7b5               |GMaj7              |GMaj7

when she passes, each one she passes goes, "Ahh!!".

Fm9                |Fm9                |Db9                |Db9

 [VIII] Oh, but I watch her so [IV] sadly

G#m9               |G#m9               |E9                 |E9

 [XI] How...........can I tell her I [VII] love her?

Am9                |Am9                |F9                 |F9

 [XII] Yes..... I would give my heart [VIII] gladly, but each

Bm7                |E9                 |Am7                |D9

 [all @ VII] day when she walks to the sea, she lks straight ahead,
not at me

GMaj7              |GMaj7              |A7                 |A7

Tall and tan and young and lovely, the Girl from Impanema goes walking
and

Am7                |D7b5               |GMaj7              |D7b5

when she passes, I smile, but she doesn't see she just doesn't

GMaj7              |D7b5               |GMaj7              |
see no, she doesn't see [end]

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Fo' A' That, and A' That
It's Comin' Yet Fo' A' That
That Man to Man, the World O'er
Will Brothers Be, Fo' A' That

            
            
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