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The Unfaithful Servant chords

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F#7 E/G# A           E/G#    B/F#                 Bm7
         Unfaithful Servant, I hear you leavin' soon in the mornin'
A             E/G#            F#7                        B7sus4
 What did you do to the lady, that she's gonna have to send you away?
A           E/G#    B/F#               Bm7
 Unfaithful servant, you don't have to say you're sorry,
A                   E/G#           F#7               B7sus4
 If you done it just for the spite, or did ya do it just for the glory?
Bbdim7                 G#m7           
 Like a stranger you turned your back,
Bm7/F#                A         G#7
Left your keys and gone to pack.
C#m                           Am6
Bear in mind who's to blame, and all the shame;
F#7                F#m7                 Fmaj7
 She really cared, the time she spared and the home you shared.


A           E/G#    B/F#                 Bm7
Unfaithful servant, I can hear the whistle blowin,
A             E/G#            F#7          B7sus4
Yes, that train is a-comin' and soon you'll be goin'.
A           E/G#            B/F#       Bm7
Let us not bow our heads for we won't be complainin';
A                   E/G#           F#7               B7sus4
Life has been good to us all even when that sky is rainin'.
Bbdim7            G#m7 
To take it like a grain of salt
Bm7/F#                A         G#7
is all I can do. It's no one's fault,
C#m                           Am6
Makes no diff'rence if we fade away.
F#7                F#m7                 Fmaj7
It's just as it was, it's much to cold for me to stay.


A                    E/G#
 Goodbye to that country home,
B/F#                        Bm7
 So long to a lady I have known,
A              E/G#
 Farewell to my other side,
F#7             B7sus4
 I'd best just take it in stride.
A           E/G#    B/F#              Bm7
 Unfaithful Servant, you'll learn to find your place;
A             E/G#   
 I can see it in your smile,
F#7                      B7sus4
 and, yes, I can see it in your face.
Bbdim7             G#m7 
 The mem'ries will linger on,
Bm7/F#                    A       G#7
 But the good old days, they're all gone,
    C#m               Am6
Oh! Lonesome servant, can't you see,
F#7                   F#m7            Fmaj7
 That we're still one and the same, just you and me.

Bbdim7 -- x12020

            
            
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lizardking27 10 Sep 15, 2013 04:51 AM

Great tab, but how do you play C#m/Bb and B/G#?

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lizardking27 10 Sep 15, 2013 05:22 AM

I think C#m/Bb is X12120 and B/G# works with 464447

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Skinnymac 116 Oct 01, 2013 04:53 PM, edited on February 21 2014, 08:42 pm

Now that I think about it, you could just play those as Bdim7* and G#m7. Would probably be the more accurate way to write it too.

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