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Tell Me Its Not Over chords

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ok i,ve seen this song posted and i think it,s wrong so here,s my interpretation 
of the song and i,m 100% its right not unless i,m tone deaf.ther is a d but you 
can also use a d/g.enjoy.

copo 4th fret
Em,C,G,D

Em        C             G    D
thought i lost you once again
Em       C                      G              D
all that drink has brought some trouble to our name
Em      C               G    D
late at night i feel no shame
Em     C               G            D     
all my old war stories take me back again
        Em           C     G       D
now the lights out.......i discover
       Em          C          G            D
she is sleeping..........with another......tell me its not over

Em,C,G,dx2
Em     C                  G    D
what a place to seal your faith
Em     C           G             D
a deserted carpark not a voilent day
Em          C              G   D
please dont tell me its to late
Em     C                 G            D
if you love someone dont throw it all away
        Em         C        G       D
now the lights out........i discover
       Em     C     G          D
just a weekend undercover......tell me its not over
Em        C       G.......D
                          tell me its not over
Em        C       G       D
        Em        C         G       D
now the lights out........i discover 
       Em    C     G                 D
she is living with another ooooooohh tell me its not over

play to fade.

that was my first and most likely not the last.

            
            
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~Coxy~ 309 May 19, 2010 11:55 AM

It's not D, it's G/F#

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jimmythejock 30 Jul 04, 2013 05:59 AM

sounds better with capo on 1st fret..

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exterior zulu 104 Jul 04, 2013 10:24 AM

Yeh coxy its a g/f#.at the time i tabbed this i didnt know the name of the chord so i used the d which works ok.

Jimmythejock its meant to be played on the fourth fret.thats how the band play it.

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