Tabbed by: Bert Timmermans <email@example.com>
|Key:||E Major (4 sharp)|
As usual, chord signs are repeated sice every letter is meant to represent 1 bar. When two chords are connected by a "-", this means that each letter represents half a bar. This song's pretty straightforward and easy to figure out on piano. Wonderful melody.
Intro: a couple of bars in E, with bass going E... B G# B E... etc. (every time the song gets to E, this pattern is repeated) E E - Edim(no2)* E E - Ohhh- Emi- -ly Edim(no2) E E I壇 love to be A (add4) A Down by the sea with you E (add6) E Having tea with you A (add4) A Walking hand in hand E (add6) E On the shifting sands B (add9) A E E Maybe we値l love again B (add9) A E E Maybe we値l love again E E - Edim(no2)* E E - Soon- the time will come Edim(no2) E E When we must say A (add4) A Goodbye my dear dear friend E (add6) E Till we meet a- gain A (add4) A Though I知 far a- way E (add6) E I値l still hear you say B (add9) A E E Maybe we値l love again B (add9) A E E Maybe we値l love again F#m(sus4)-F#m F#m** Hold my hand F#m(sus4)-F#m F#m*** E E** On the sand F#m(sus4)-F#m F#m** Say once more F#m(sus4)-F#m F#m*** E E Like before B (add9) A E E Maybe we値l love again B (add9) A E E Maybe we値l love again
*Edim(no2) keeps the E bass pattern, but RH is E-A#-C# (so no G) **in the last quarter of these bars, Cale's bass hand does notes E-F-F# (whereby the F# is the first measure of the next bar) ***in the last quarter of this bar, Cale's melody hand does the chords F#m-Bb-E (the E being of the next bar), more specifically using the notes AC#-BbD-G#BE - it lifts the whole thing to the aethereal two E-bars For the F#m(sus4), the right hand preferably keeps C# and F#, following the melody (e.g. hold-my-hand) with B-C#-A (where the B is the sus4, C# is back in ordinary F#m and A is the next bar's F#m, or almost)