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Who Am I To Say chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
F# is not actually a chord, just the second fret on low E
Like this.

You should listen to the song for picking order since I'm lazy.

Who Am I To Say
Recorded by Justin Townes Earle

(Capo on 4)

Intro.:  | (G)  | (C) (D) | (G)  | (C) (D) --

Well now (G)who am I to say? (C) If all I know is what I heard (G)

With the (C)things some people say you can never be to (G)sure

(F#)But who (Em)cares where you find comfort, I'm (C)no one to deny
(Am)Anybody what they need to (D)take them through a night

'Cause (G)who am I to say, what you should (C)do behind close (D) doors (G)   | (C) (D)

Well now (G)who am I to say? (C) I've been trouble almost (G)all my life

I took (C)pleasure in such things most wouldn't entertain not at the (G)darkest of times

(F#)So you (Em)take your pills and poison, (C)drink yourself to death
(Am)Give yourself away until you (D)ain't got nothing left

'Cause (G)who am I to say that there's (C)anything (D)wrong with that (G)   | (C) (D)

Oh, but (C)why do you call (D)at such (Em)hours every time
Saying (G)I don't need no (D)money, I've just been (C)thinkin' of you tonight  (D)

Oh, but (G)who am I to say? (C) Maybe you (D)had good intentions at (G)heart

Maybe (C)you took truer aim and it was me who missed my mark (G)

(F#)But for (Em)every word of anger, (C)left unexplained
(Am) for every time that I (D)turned you away

(G)Who am I to say that it (C)wasn't for the (D)better, girl? (G)  | (C) (D)

Who am I to (C)say?  | (D)  | (G) ---

My favorite of his.

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Arkaic 62 Jun 06, 2013 07:08 PM

Great tab, I just don't see how the F# fits in

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Arkaic 62 Jun 06, 2013 07:09 PM

Scratch that, only read your note at the top after...

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joshdperry 28 May 12, 2017 08:47 PM, edited on May 13 2017, 12:48 am

i know i'm 4 years late but if anyone in the future is wondering the same question, the F# note is more of a walk down from the G. So on the beat you drop to the F# before it opens up to a Bass E for the Em chord, which is the chord you hear actually starting the measure. Hope that helps.

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