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Tuning: Standard

Intro/Verse
       C     Cmaj7    Am     G(verse)     F      F\E     Dm
e|-----0-------0-------0------------------1-------1-------1-----------------|
B|-----1-------1-------1------------------1-------1-------3-----------------|
G|-----0-------0-------2------------------2-------2-------2-----------------|
D|-----2-------0-------2------------------3-------3----0--0-----------------|
A|--3--3----2--2----0--0---------0--------3-------3-------0----------0--2---|
E|---------------------------3-3---3---1--1----0--0------------3--3---------|


C      Cmaj7            Am
She woke her from a dream
G                F
Her head was on fire
F/E              Dm
Why was he so nervous?

C      Cmaj7            Am
He took her to the park
G                 F
She crossed her arms
F/E               Dm
And lowered her eyelids

Chorus:
e|-------------------|
B|-------------------|
G|-------------------|
D|-------------------|
A|--------0----------|
E|--3--3-----3-------|

       F       G        C        Bb
e|-----1-------3--------0--------1---------------------------------------------|
B|-----1-------3--------1--------3---------------------------------------------|
G|-----2-------0--------0--------3---------------------------------------------|
D|-----3-------0--------2--------3---------------------------------------------|
A|-----3-------2-----3--3-----1--1----1h3h5------------------------------------|
E|--1--1----3--3---------------------------------------------------------------|

 F           G             C         Bb
Some day somebody's gonna ask you
F           G                   C      Bb
A question that you should say yes to
Bb             F
once in your life
Am           F               G
Maybe tonight I've got a question for you


C  Cmaj7  Am  F  F/E  Dm


 C    Cmaj7     Am
She'd had no idea
G               F
She started to cry
F/E            Dm
She said in a good way

C      Cmaj7          Am
He took her by the hand
G                 F
Walked her back home
F/E            Dm
They took the long way

 F           G             C         Bb
Some day somebody's gonna ask you
F           G                   C      Bb
A question that you should say yes to
Bb             F
once in your life
Am           F               G
Baby tonight I've got a question for you

C  Cmaj7  Am  G

F               G
I've got a question for you

C  Cmaj7  Am  G F  F/E  C (strum last c slowly once)

            
            
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furyhead 10 Aug 09, 2007 10:18 PM

just to let you know another way that you can play the chorus is with the respective bar chords, beginning with F as you have it, then G, C, and Bb. You can still pluck the bass notes normally in the bar shapesa, and the transition from the G to C and the C to Bb is much easier. You can even try it with the Aminor chord in the final part. overall great tab though... just thought you may want to add that in perhaps

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Char<3Brendon 10 Aug 31, 2008 07:52 PM

isn't that what it says??
By the way, I think this is completely right.

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bryandale0975 10 May 18, 2017 02:02 PM

For the record, this is not right at all. To play correctly, tune the guitar down one whole step to D and figure it out from there. To get started, the first chord is what would be standard D Major in regular tuning.

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