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More Than This

Roxy Music

 DGEmA
 could feel at the time
There was no way of knowing
Fallen leaves in the night
Who can say where they're blowing
As free as the wind
Hopefully learning
Why the sea on the tide
Has no way of turning

 DGA
 More than this… you know there's nothing
More than this… tell me one thing
More than this… ooh there's nothing

 DGEmA
 It was fun for a while
There was no way of knowing
Like a dream in the night
Who can say where we're going
No care in the world
Maybe I'm learning
Why the sea on the tide
Has no way of turning

 DGA
 More than this… you know there's nothing
More than this… tell me one thing
More than this… no, there's nothing

More than this… nothing
More than this
More than this… nothing








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Fizz40 (report comment to admin):
This is all wrong. The intro rotates between C# major and C#7, while the chords for the verses start at F# major to B major, and then to G# minor to C# major. C'mon folks dont just put anything here. We need to be fair the people who want to learn the songs. 
squeezer (report comment to admin):
I believe Fizz40 is wrong about the 7th chord. I've just listened to Roxie's version, playing that 7th over it ... and it doesn't work at all. The intro is just the major V triad (C# in the key Fizz is playing in). There's a bit of an implied 2nd chord and perhaps a 3rd-- C#7sus2/B and/or Badd2, which sound good if you want to play them against the straight C#-- but, strictly speaking, I don't think they're on the record. However, the transition between the chorus and verse was left off the tab altogether:  it alternates from the V to IV (B maj) or possibly IVadd2 (Badd2)-- maybe both.