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A very minor-key sad blues ballad!! From the 2011 album You Can´t Teach An Old Dog New Tricks.

Although it opens on Dm, it closes on the chord of Dm/C, so it just hangs there 
unresolved, adding to the melancholy.

Notes
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Verse
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on the Dm / Dm C sections. Roll on and off the open top E string to F on the first fret. 
Like so....

E ---1--p0-h1----1--p0-h1--|
B ---3---3-------3---3-----|
G ---2---2-------2---2-----|
D -0-----------------------|
A --------------3----------|
E -------------------------|


Refrain
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Little chromatic run on the E string, A to Ab to G, then G to G# to the Am chord (all 
marked down below)

OK here we go!


Intro
=====

Dm Dm/C x4


Verse 1
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       Dm   Dm/C         Dm    Dm/C
When I walk    down your street
             Dm           Dm/C          Dm Dm/C
Through your barred windows you look at me
        Dm   Dm/C                Dm  Dm/C
And you wonder    have I come to ask
                Dm       Dm/C               Dm   Dm/C
For one of your precious things that do not last


Refrain 1
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/F  /F#  G
All your treasures
    /G#  Am       /C
All your treasures

Dm Dm/C x 2


Verse 2
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              Dm     Dm/C               Dm  Dm/C
You think you know me     but you don't know
             Dm           Dm/C              Dm    Dm/C
That there's more to this picture than that shows
        Dm Dm/C               Dm    C
And you fear   that I come to steal
         Dm   Dm/C            Dm   C
Your sec-urity     that ain't real


Refrain 2
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/F  /F#  G
All your treasures
    /G#  Am       /C
All your treasures


Break
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Dm Dm/C x 6
G /G# Am /C
Dm Dm/C x 2


Verse 3
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       Dm       Dm/C          Dm  Dm/C
I will leave now    you won't cry
     Dm     Dm/C              Dm  Dm/C
With relief now   you'll just sigh
          Dm    Dm/C         Dm  Dm/C
You'll re-member    come one day
           Dm            Dm/C
And you'll walk out your door
              Dm   Dm/C
Cos you can't stay


Refrain 3
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      /F  /F#  G
While all your treasures
    /G#  Am       /C
All your treasures slip away


Refrain 4
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/F  /F#  G
All your treasures
    /G#  Am       /C
All your treasures


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I hope I've done it justice!

Kevin O'Brien
Watford
England
June 2011

watfordkev@gmail.com

            
            
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Stratocactus 14 Jul 23, 2016 06:41 AM

Good tab but really it's easier to play capo 3 with those chords (relative to capo) :

Verse (with Hammer-ons on the b string from 2 to 3) :

Dm X 2 4 4 3 X
Dm/C X 0 4 4 3 X

Transition : chromatic run :
low E string : 2 - 1 - 0

chorus :

Gm 0 2 2 0 0 0 transition to A chord : low E string : 0 - 1 - 2
A 2 4 4 3 2 2

Transition to verse :

A string : 0 - 1 - 2

Here you go.

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Stratocactus 14 Jul 23, 2016 06:48 AM

Sorry it's an Am !!!
UG doesn't let me edit my correction :-(

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