Oops, an error
Loading. Please wait.

I Can Help chords

version 1
version 1

Whole song

26,391 views 90 this week
4 commentsread comments
1 2 3 4 5
x 38
add to favorites
×
Save as Personal and add changes to this tab that will be seen only by you. Learn more ›
×
You can save this tab as Personal to edit and correct it or add notes. All changes will be seen only by you. Learn more »
launch autoscroll
font size
0
reset
transpose
0
reset
simplify chords
display chords
guitar tuner
edit
Autoscroll
slow
fast
+/-
esc
set tempo
stop
Author
Difficulty
Strumming
There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Intro: (C Am) x4   (G G6) x2  (C Am) x2

C            Am        C                Am
If you got a problem, don't care what it is, 
C              Am             C       Am
 If you need a hand, I can assure you this
       F  Dm       F          Dm           C Am  C Am
I can help, I got two strong arms, I can help
          G                  Bb -F - G            C Am  C Am
It would sure do me good, to do you good, let me help

        C                    Am      C            Am
It's a fact-that-people-get-lonely, ain't nothing new
       C              Am            C              Am
but a woman like you, baby, should never have the blues
        F  Dm        F       Dm          C Am  C Am
Let me help, take a tip from me, I can help
          G                  Bb -F - G             C Am  C Am
It would sure do me good, to do you good, let me help

F                                   G                     C  Am C Am
When I go to sleep at night, you're always a part of my dream
 F                    D7/F#            G7            G7+
Holding me tight and telling me everything, I wanna hear

C               Am             C          Am
Don't forget me baby, all you gotta do is call
     C               Am                  C             Am
you know how I feel about you, if I can do anything at all
        F   Dm         F            Dm           C Am  C Am
Let me help, if your child needs a daddy, I can help
          G                  Bb- F - G            C Am  C Am
It would sure do me good, to do you good, let me help

Solo: (C Am) x4  (G G6) x2  C Am  /C-/D-/D#-/E-

F                                   G                     C  Am C Am
When I go to sleep at night, you're always a part of my dream
 F                    D7/F#            G7            G7+
Holding me tight and telling me everything, I wanna hear

C               Am     C                  Am
Don't forget me baby, all you gotta do is call
      C              Am                     C          Am
you know how I feel about you, if I can do anything at all
        F  Dm          F            Dm           C Am  C Am
Let me help, if your child needs a daddy, I can help
          G                  Bb- F - G            C Am  C Am
It would sure do me good, to do you good, let me help

Solo: (C Am) x4  (G G6) x2  C Am  /C-/G-/A- C

            
            
Suggest correction
Creating personal tab
Creating personal tab
You can edit any tab online and save it as your Personal.

You can edit, replace or remove any tab part or add personal notes – all changes will be seen only by you.

Personal tabs can be accessed anytime from any device, even offline.
Learn more »
comments
print report bad tab
4 comments total. Showing first comments.
0 reply
maguri [tm] 32,505 Dec 19, 2013 11:36 AM

To me the Am/G sounds a little weird. I checked Swan's recording and it is clearly Am. It is just that the the bass and a guitar playing along with the bass very quickly slide up from the g to the a. So maybe that's what suggested the g (which nonetheless turns into "a" instantly). Anyway, when played alone on a guitar, I'd definitely prefer a plain Am here. Other that that - good job!!

0 reply
timbo63 6,100 Dec 19, 2013 11:44 AM

Maguri - thanks for the feedback. I just dug this one out and checked both the my mp3 and the youtube live video I had also used and yeah, it's just an Am. Not sure what I was thinking before. The bass is sort of romping back and forth, but just to an A-bass. I'll fix it (and hopefully not mess up the spacing!)

0 reply
bedevere 10 Jun 01, 2015 08:54 PM

There is a subtle correction to make in the intro, on the popular 1974 recording. It goes C-Am-C-Am-C-Am-C THEN a half-length Am, then a short C, THEN settling into the G... then same thing before returning to C and Am. Note the "push" on chord change before the beats, too. (The Am could also be a C6......) The slashes indicate when the pitch of the leslie goes up or down.

C Am C Am C
* · · * · / * · · * · \ * · · * · / * · \ * · ·
Am C Am C G
* · · * · / * · · * · \ * · · * · / * · \ * · ·
G6 G G6 G C
* · · * · / * · · * · \ * · · * · / * · \ * · ·
Am C Am
* · · * · / * · · * · \ * · · * · / * · · * · ·

guest
You may want to rate the tab now too:
select rating
Wanna post a correction for this tab? Suggest correction