promise me Beverley Craven
Article: 943 of alt.guitar.tab Path: nevada.edu!uunet!elroy.jpl.nasa.gov!swrinde!cs.utexas.edu!hermes.chpc.utexas.edu!news.utdallas.edu!corpgate!bnrgate!bcars267!bmdhh243!faulkner Newsgroups: alt.guitar.tab Subject: Beverly Craven Chords..promise me Message-ID: Date: 21 Jul 92 17:43:38 GMT Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org (News Administrator) Organization: BNR Europe Ltd, Maidenhead, UK Lines: 50 Nntp-Posting-Host: bmdhh271 X-Newsreader: Tin 1.1 PL4 OK this is just for a bit of a laugh, I worked some of them out last night after hearing some girl singing it really well unaccompanied in a pub. I thought next week I might grab the guitar and join her. As I say I've only worked them out to a point, I'll do the rest tonight and I'll Intro ~~~~~ C#m B A B X2 1st Verse ~~~~~~~~~ C#m B Abm A x3 1st Verse (end bit and bridge to 2nd verse) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ F#m Ab(maj) C#m C#m A Ab .and wish that it was still last night (the chords aren't placed over words here, just to let you know where abouts in the song you should be) 2nd Verse ~~~~~~~~~ C#m B Abm A X2 2nd verse end bit into chorus ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ab C#m C#(maj) F#m D D(Ebass) (xx2232) Main Chorus ~~~~~~~~~~~ A C#m D ??????????????????????????? I put down the guitar and fell asleep here. Good melody isn't it? I bet us guitarists could learn a thing or two about melodic chromatics and key changes from this one. Not a cliche anywhere. Anyone care to finish it off? By the way I can't remember if I told you what the song was, It's by Beverly Craven and it's called Promise me. Cheers, Big Toe.
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