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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.#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Date: Fri, 20 Mar 1998 13:24:25 +0100
From: Jakub Sommer 
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: George Michael - Something to save  (chords)

George Michael 
Something to save - from the album Listen without prejudice vol. I.  
(1990)
Chords by Jakub Sommer  (jns@blecha.f.amu.cz)

Great song and so easy to play
You need only a good tuned acoustic guitar  (forget the cello)

It has only 4 chords A# C D G but it's important on which fret you 
play them


Intro: A# (VI fret) C (VIII fret) D (X fret)   play two times

Verse 1:
	      D (V) 
If you've got something to say
	        G (III)
Why don't you say it
	        D (V)
If you've got something to give
	        G (III)
Why don't you give it to me
D (V)		        G (III)
Day after day I have to say it
	        D (V)
We're moving further from heaven
       G (III)	           C (III)
And closer to the deep blue sea

Chorus:

C (III)	           D (V)
'Cause I have no secrets from you
C (III)	   D (V)
And I have nothing left to hide
C (III)	           D (V)
And I'm open to all your questions
C (III)	       D (V)
Why can't you reach inside 
     C (III) 	G (III)   D (V)
Like I 		ha--------ve
       C (III)     G (III)   D (V)
Like I             ha--------ve

For you

D (V) G (III) D (V) G III)

Verse2: (same chords as verse 1)

And all these games that you play
Don't tell me how a man should be
Some would say if you knew
You wouldn't be here with me
I love you
I still love you
But I guess it's time to let you be

Chorus: (same chords as the previous chorus)

'Cause I have no secrets from you
And I have nothing left to hide
And I'm so tired of all these questions
'Cause maybe you just changed your mind 
Like I have
Like I have
Like I have
Like I have

Bridge:

C (III)		  D (V)
When I was at your doorsteps
		      C (III)
You told me to look around
Said come in
	        C (III)! G (III)!    D (V)!
You and your heart    sit 	    down
C (III)		   D (V)
But you better watch your step
			    C (III)
'Cause you're not far from the ground
		    C (III)!  G (III)!  D (V) !
And one fine day this all           falls     down

Solo: (played by cello)
play these chords two times

A# (VI) C (VIII) D (X)  after second ^ÄD" stop the guitar!!! 

Verse 3: (same chords as verse 1 and 2)

If you've got something to say
Why don't you say it
If you've got something to give
Why don't you give it to me
Day after day I have to say it
If we've got something to save
Why don't we save it ??!!

End on D (X)



            
            
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firth of fith 136 Sep 24, 2011 03:18 PM

The chords in the verses are spot on but i have no idea what the intro and the solo is about! how do you play an A# at the sixth fret?,do you mean a bar chord? no matter, a much easier intro to play is to simply form a D chord at the fifth fret (its actually called a Dm7/A) then slide it up to the seventh then up to the ninth, you can also play this in the solo.

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maguri [tm] 33,433 Oct 29, 2017 05:07 PM

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