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Relax My Beloved chords

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Hey. People, this is my first tab. I hope you enjoy! 

Alex Clare
Relax My Beloved

Note: you just play the note A (5th string) 3 times, then the note E (2nd fret, 
4th string) once, and repeat it as in the song in the beginning.

-beginning-

-1st Verse- (strum once on these)
   Am                           Am.                  C.      C
Relax My Beloved, don't worry for me.
  Em                                     Em.                          G.     G
Don't shed a tear for me, always be near for me.
Am.                                Am.                                    C.     C
Be comforted my love, don't bow your head for me.
  Em                                        Em.                           G.    G
Promise you'll smile for me, don't ever cry for me.


-Pre-Chorus- (still only strum once)
                           Am.                    C 
You know these walls, they may fall down,
           Em.                 G
But I'll still hold on to you.
       Am.                           C.                 Em.       G
At heights higher you'd imagine me too.



-chorus- (start strumming regularly, but don't go loud just yet)
Am.               C.                  Em.                    G
Then maybe again we will weep like we've done
     Am.          C.             Em
A thousand times before.
        Am.                             C.      
But don't turn your back on me, or
Em.                 G.                Am.   C.   Em (4 strums, last one slow)
Shout as you walk out the door.


-2nd verse- (strum full out)
Am.                            C.                        Em.        G
Be still my heart, I'm only a moment away
Am.                      C
In the next room, or at the break
        Em.      G
Of day.
                 Am.             C
And I will walk, once again
Em.                   G
See your face again.
       Am.                  C.                           Em.           G
And I'd hear every word you'd have to say.

-chorus- (Pay attention: different the second time!)
Am.                C.                 Em.                     G
Then maybe again we will weep like we've done 
    Am.        C.             Em
A thousand times before
Am.                                    C
But don't turn your back on me,
Em.                     C.                Em
Or shout as you walk out the door, no no no no
Am.               C.                   Em.                    C
Then maybe again we will weep like we've done a
Am.           C.       Em
Thousand times before
Am.                                C.      Em.     
Don't turn your back on me or shout as you 
C.                  Am
Walk out the door, no, no, no, no

-instrumental- (continue strumming hard)
Am.       C.         Em.         C. 
Am.       C.         Em.         C (oh)
E.        Em.        C.          G
Am.       C.         Em.         G

Chorus twice like the second time, except use the second chorus chord sequence both times!

Hope that wasn't too confusing lol! Enjoy this little-known masterpiece! Have fun with it!

            
            
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chuck.bonetti 10 Sep 13, 2013 05:30 PM

how about no.. what about the capo he uses on the third fret? the tabs are off... or you aren't playing standard tuning.. you're missing some detail and i'm not too sure what it is

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