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Fuck Her Gently  Tenacious D

[D] [F#] [E] [A] [G] [Bm] [C]  

Intro/slow part

[D]You don?t always [F#]have to fuck her hard.
In [E]fact sometimes that?s not [A]right to do.
[D]Sometimes you gotta [F#]make some love,
[E] and fuckin? give her some [A]smooches too.
[Bm]Sometimes you?ve got to [G]squeeze, [Bm]sometimes you?ve got to say [G]please,
[D]sometimes you got to say [A]hey,
I?m gonna [D]fuck you [F#]softly. [E]I?m gonna screw you [A]gently.
I?m gonna [D]hump you [F#]sweetly. I?m gonna [E]ball you dis[A]creetly.
[Bm]And then you say "[G]hey I brought you flowers,"
[D]And then you say "[A]wait a minute sally,
[Bm]I think I?ve got [G]something in my teeth could you [E]get it out for me"
[A]That?s fuckin? teamwork.
[D]What?s your favorite po[F#]sish(position)
[E]That?s cool with me, it?s not my [A]favorite, but I?ll do it for [D]you.
[D]What?s you favorite [F#]dish?
I?m not gonna [E]cook it but I?ll order it from [A]Zanzibar.
-Chorus 2-
(loud)Bm G
And then I?m gonna love you completely
(soft)D A
and then I?ll fuckin? fuck you discreetly
(loud)Bm G
and then I?ll fuckin? ball you completely
and [F#]then I?m gonna [E]fuuuuuuuck [A]you [C]haaaaa[G]aaaaar[D]d
[C]haaaaaaaaa[G]aaaaaaarr[D]d, thank you.
I used part of the old tab and added to it. Enjoy

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josefS (report)

i play this with Em to A7 instead of E to A sounds closer to the D's .

padre (report)

Nice one, thanks. It might be better playing a D instead of the last F#

drc3 (report)

Awesome - I love this ballad. Sounds to me that the E could be an E minor IMHO