Hanson - Mmmbop Chords & Tabs

 

Mmmbop Chords & Tabs

Hanson Chords & Tabs

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Mmmbop Chords

   
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From micmotor@po.ia.dk Fri May 16 08:03:16 1997
Date: Fri, 09 May 1997 15:27:23 +0200
From: micmotor@po.ia.dk
Reply-To: Nr.@freedonia.com, Havnegade@freedonia.com, 106@freedonia.com,
    DK-6400@freedonia.com, Sønderborg@freedonia.com
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: TAB: "MMMBop" by Hanson

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MMMBop  
(Isaac Hanson/Taylor Hanson/Zachary Hanson) 
Mercury Records

This song is taken from Hanson's first official album
called "Middle of Nowhere", it will be released on the 26th 
of May in Europe...

Intro: - this fingerplay continues throughout 
the two first verses

           (A)             (D)
E------0----------0----------2---------0------
A--------2----------0----------3---------0---
D----2-----2---1------1---2------2---1-----1--
G---------------------------------------------
B----------------------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------
After the A- chord in the intro just slide your finger to the 
D- string 1st fret- the same after the D- chord.
.........
	A 				                     
You have so many relationships in this life
	D
Only one or two will last 
		A
You're going through all this pain and strife 
		D
Then you turn your back and they're gone so fast 

	A	D

	A	D
And they're gone so fast 

		A
So hold on the ones who really care 
		D
In the end they'll be the only ones there 
		A	D
When you get old and start losing your hair 

	A	D
Can you tell me who will still care 
	A	D
Can you tell me who will still care 
Can you......

A	A
Mmm bop, ba duba dop 
D	D
Ba du bop, ba duba dop 
A	A
Ba du bop, ba duba dop 
E
Ba du 
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/h/hanson/mmmbop_crd.html ]
A	A
Mmm bop, ba duba dop 
D	D
Ba du bop, ba duba dop 
A	A
Ba du bop, ba duba dop 
E
Ba du 

A	D	A
Said, oh yeah in an mmmbop they're gone
D
Yeah, yeah

		A
Plant a seed, plant a flower, plant a rose 
		D
You can plant any one of those 
		A	D
Keep planting to find out which one grows 
	A	D
It's a secret no one knows 
	A	D
It's a secret no one knows 

No one knows.....

[Repeat Chorus] 

		A		D
In an mmm bop they're gone. In an mmm bop they're not there. 
		A		D
In an mmm bop they're gone. In an mmm bop they're not there. 

		A		D

		A		D
Until you lose your hair. But you don't care. 

[Repeat Chorus] 

		A		D	
Can you tell me? You know you can, but you don't know. 
		A		D	
Can you tell me? You say you can, but you don't know. 
		A		D
Can you tell me (which flower's going to grow?) 
you know you can but you don't know
		A		D
Can you tell me (if it's going to be a daisy or a rose?) 
you say you can but you don't know
	A	D	A	
You say you can, but you don't know
		D	(E)
You don't know how, you don't know how

Here, the guitar stops playing for a moment- but then goes on again........

[Repeat chorus 'til fade out] 

Tabbed by
Lene Duus 
E-mail: micmotor@po.ia.dk
enjoy.....

By the way - make sure to visit http://home.mainsite.com/hanson/
and the official one: http://www.hansonline.com
From XFilesV1@aol.com Fri May 16 08:09:56 1997
Date: Thu, 15 May 1997 19:27:06 -0400 (EDT)
From: XFilesV1@aol.com
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: Chords: MmmBop by Hanson

MmmBop
by
Hanson

tabbed by: Ryan Richards

Although this is an extremely easy song to figure out, I'll post it for those
who just don't feel like taking the time.

A Capa should be placed on the second fret.

For part A, the verses, the basic progression (in chord positions) is G, D,
C, D.

Part B, the chorus, is: G, C, G, D.

That's it for now.

any questions? email me at: xfilesv1@aol.com
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