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Half A Person Chords & Tabs

Smiths Chords & Tabs

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Half A Person Chords

   
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To: jamesb@nevada.edu
Subject: The Smiths : Half A Person
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 93 18:54:45 GMT
From: Fergal 


Here's a song you might be interested in if you do'nt have the music for it already.

        RIFF 1

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Bm                       E RIFF1    Bm                           E  RIFF1

Call me morbid, call me pale.       I've spent six years on your trail

Bm  A    G                E Esus4 E

six long years on your trail.

Bm                      E RIFF 1     Bm                          E RIFF 1
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/s/smiths/half_a_person_crd.html ]
Call me morbid, call me pale.       I've spent six years on your trail

Bm       A           G              E Esus4 E

six full years of my life on your trail.

           Gb                   G(bar) C(bar) G       Gb                      G(bar)

And if you have five seconds to spare,     then I'll tell you the story of my life.

D                  A     Gb                   Bm  G

Sixteen clumsy and shy, I went to London and I

D                         A    Gb

I booked myself in at the Y   W    C   A

           A                 E RIFF 1           A                 E RIFF 1

I said "i like it here, can I stay?",      "i like it here, can I stay?",

Bm             A     G             E Esus4 E

Do you have a vacancy for a back scrubber?

Well, the song just continues from there with the same basic chord sequences,

Not a complex song, but a brilliant one.

>From Fergal Boden
Queens University Belfast,

(u9246576@athmail1.causeway.qub.ac.uk)
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