Michael Buble - End Of May Chords & Tabs

 

Michael Buble Chords & Tabs

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End Of May Tab

   
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			     End Of May  Michael Buble
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Tabbed by: Dami (Dee Ay)
Email: dademidun@gmail.com

Tuning: Standard (Capo 2)

*Use fingers preferably, does not sound nearly as good with a pick or thumb pick 
that is my opinion)

**Since the song doesn't really have a definitive chorus, I will distinguish the main 
as Primary Verse and Secondary Verse

---What you will be playing---

Intro/Primary Verse:

e|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--2-----2-----3-----3-----2-----2-----3-----3-----2-----2-----3-----3-----2-----2-----3-----3---|
G|--2--2-----2--2--2-----2--2--2-----2--2--2-----2--2--2-----2--2--2-----2--2--2-----2--2--2-----2|
D|--0-----------0-----------0-----------0---------------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------0-----------0-----------0-----------0---------|
E|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

(Repeat 4 times)


Secondary Verse:
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/m/michael_buble/end_of_may_tab.html ]
e|----2--0---------------------------|
B|----------0--3-----3-----2-----2---|
G|-------------2--2-----2--2--2-----2|
D|-----------------------------------|
A|-------------0-----------0---------|
E|--0--------------------------------|

(Repeat 3 times)


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These patterns are the tab lines used throughout the song.  The order/method of how you 
the lines in relation to the actual song is as follows:

Intro/Primary Verse (4 times)

Secondary Verse (3 times)

Intro/Primary Verse (4 times)

Secondary Verse (3 times)

Intro/Primary Verse (4 times) - Note that this is the bridge, if you listen closely, 
pattern can still be heard as a rhythm part beneath the moving part

Secondary Verse (3 times)

Intro/Primary Verse (2 times, let the last note played ring this time)

Intro/Primary Verse (2 more times normally)

Secondary Verse (3 times, on the third time, only play up to the partial D chord [3-2-0 
line] and let that ring)

Intro/Primary Verse (2 times)

Ending chord to finish...

...For the ending chord, I believe it sounds most accurate to slowly strum a D major 
without the high e string note and let it ring.  However, for me, the way I like to end the 
is like this here (strummed slowly as well):

e|-----------0-h-2|
B|--------3-------|
G|-----2----------|
D|--0-------------|
A|----------------|
E|----------------|

And let the notes ring

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