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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. #

From: mzraly@cs.umb.edu (Michael S. Zraly)

                        Fallin In and Out of Love
                                         by: Pure Prairee League

Most of the 1st part of 'Fallin..' is just finger-picking these
two chords:  It's the same fingering, just moving up 2 frets.

      F*     G*

It's the finger-picking that's tricky, but not too hard once you
do it several times.  Here's the tab:


    F*                                G*

    0   1-  2   1+  3   2   1+  3     0   1-  2   1+  3   2   1+  3

Probably the easiest way to master this is to first, get the
chords down with the left hand.

Then, don't even look at the tab.  Just look at the fingering
line under the TAB, with your right-hand fingers on the following

    0 = Thumb,       A-string
    1- = 1st-finger, D-string
    1+ = 1st-finger, G-string
    2  = 2nd-finger, B-string
    3  = 3rd-finger, E-string

These 2 chords repeat twice, then repeat 4 more times with the words,
then it ends on this chord, strumming slowly with the right-thumb:


WORDS: (not completely accurate.)

F*                 G*
  More than what I feel...

F*                 G*
  Touchin' what is real...

F*                     G*
  All our thoughts are reelin' round...

F*                   G*
  Carolina's feelin' down...


    - (From here, it goes to the 'Amy' intro and song.) -

The last chorus of 'Amy' leads into the 2nd part of 'Fallin..'
as follows:

A      G              D
Amy,   What you wanna do?

A          G                 D
I think    I could stay with you,  for a

Bm                       E
while, maybe longer if I do...  I keep

(shift into melodious finger-picking, with
 occasional suspended-2nd's on the A & D chords...)
A                      G           D
  Fallin in and out of love   with you

A                      G           D
  Fallin in and out of love   with you

A                           G    D
  Don't know what I'm gonna do     I keep

A                    D           F*    G*   A***
Fallin in and out of love   with you . . .

(One last easy  chord:)



    0   1   2   3   2   3   0----
Joe Palumbos    jmp@moscom.com          {rit,tropix,ur-valhalla}!moscom!jmp

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lorynelizabeth 41 Nov 27, 2008 01:42 PM

excellent tab! thanks much! and, the only thing that makes the fingering tricky is the fact that your mind tells you that you need a lower string to get the high e. once you conquer that, you'll have it down. cheers!

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steviebmusicman 10 Feb 02, 2014 09:36 AM

brilliant tab easy to follow well done and thanks for posting

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