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"Forget Me Not" by Patrice Rushen

There are just two differently-chorded parts to this song:


1.

F#m7 F#m7 DM7      DM7     EM      EM   C#m7 C#m7  
          sending  you for-get me  nots        
---------------------------------------------------
DM7 DM7     Bm7     Bm7   g#m7b5 g#m7b5 C#7#9 C#7#9
         to help me to re-mem -  ber 
---------------------------------------------------

2.

---------------------------------------------------
DM7 DM7 DM7        DM7    Bm7   Bm7  EM EM
        those were the ti-imes we  had 
---------------------------------------------------       
F#m7    F#m7 F#m7    F#m7   F#m7    F#m7   F#m7
sharing a   joy that we tho-ught wo-uld la-ast 
---------------------------------------------------


Keep the chords beating on even 8ths, and sing the lyrics 
approximately according to their spacial placement here.
Also, listening to the song would be extremely helpful. 
Here are the chords, as I've figured them. Number on the
bottom indicates the fret, "X" means "don't play that
string", number indicate corresponding finger. Omit some
notes, exchange barres for fingertips, etc -- use free-
form. Convention says "minor chord letters in lower case, 
major chord letters in upper case". the letter "b" means 
"flat".


f#m7 - f sharp minor 7

|---1--|------|------|
|---1--|---2--|------|
|---1--|------|------|
|---1--|------|---3--|
|---1--|------|------|
|------|------|------|X
    9


DM7 - D major 7

|---1--|------|------|
|---1--|------|---4--|
|---1--|---2--|------|
|---1--|------|---3--|
|---1--|------|------|
|------|------|------|X
    5


EM - E major

|---1--|------|------|
|---1--|------|---3--|
|---1--|------|---3--|
|---1--|------|---3--|
|---1--|------|------|
|------|------|------|X
    7


c#m7 - c sharp minor 7

|---1--|------|------|
|---1--|---2--|------|
|---1--|------|------|
|---1--|------|---3--|
|---1--|------|------|
|------|------|------|X
    4


bm7 - b minor 7

|---1--|------|------|
|---1--|------|------|
|---1--|------|------|
|---1--|------|------|
|---1--|------|---3--|
|---1--|------|------|
    7

g#m7b5 - g sharp minor 7 flat 5

|------|------|------|X
|---1--|------|------|
|------|---4--|------|
|------|---3--|------|
|------|------|------|X
|------|---2--|------|
    3

    
C#7#9 - C sharp 7 sharp 9

|------|------|------|X
|------|------|---4--|
|------|---3--|------|
|---1--|------|------|
|------|---2--|------|
|------|------|------|X
    3
    
Jazz up the rhythm -- the aforementioned "even 8th"s are
just for demonstration purposes.

Figured out by Matthew Teigen, with his mp3 player and 
acoustic guitar. My contribution to the internet. 
mjteigen@gmail.com
AIM - luminousturtle

            
            
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