George Harrison - Isnt Is A Pity Chords & Tabs

 

Isnt Is A Pity Chords & Tabs

George Harrison Chords & Tabs

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Isnt Is A Pity Chords

   
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From: Harlan L Thompson 

ISN'T IT A PITY- George Harrison

G  G* Cmaj7/G G
G            G*  Cmaj7/G          G
Isn't it a pity, now isn't it a shame?
 G                         Go
How we break each other's hearts
C                     G
And cause each other pain
G                         A7
How we take each other's love
C                     G
Without thinking any more
G                   Go    C            G
Forgetting to give back, isn't it a pity?

Some things take so long
But how do I explain
There are too many people
Can't see we're all the same
And because of all the tears
Their eyes can't hope to see
The beauty that surrounds them, isn't it a pity?
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/g/george_harrison/isnt_is_a_pity_crd.html ]
G A7 C G Go C G
            A7     C          G
Isn't it a pity, isn't it a shame
                            Go
How we break each other's hearts
C                     G
And cause each other pain
                           A7
How we take each other's love
C                     G
Without thinking any more
                    Go    C            G
Forgetting to give back, isn't it a pity?


G A7 C G
G                   Go    C          G
Forgetting to give back, isn't it a pity?

G A7 C G
G                   Go     C             G
Forgetting to give back, now isn't it a pity?

G  G*           Cmaj7/G              
   What a pity, pity pity  pity pity  (rpt many times and fade)



G* (actually C#m7b5/G): 3 4 2 0 0 0
Cmaj7/G: 3 3 2 0 0 0    Go: x x 2 3 2 3


NOTE: Wierd chords, man.  Have you ever heard of a longer titled chord 
than C#m7b5/G??  
(from All Things Must Pass, 1970)
(sent by Harlan at harlant@hawaii.edu)


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