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From: "Mathew L. Needleman"
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Subject: Breafast at Tiffany's-Chord Pro Format
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I haven9t made any changes to this song except to put it in the chord
pro format which is easier to play. Below are the e-mail addresses of
the original authors and myself.
"Breakfast at Tiffany's" (Deep Blue Something)tabbed
by:(email@example.com) (chords) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
chord pro format
From the album: HOME||For the D in the intro & verse sequence, hit
the||E string 3rd fret (G) with your pinkie just before||switching to
the G.Intro: D G A x 2You [D] say that [G] we9ve got [A] nothing in [D]
no [G] common [A] ground to [D] start from,
and [G] we9re fal[A]ling a[D]part. [G] [A]
[D] You9ll say, 3the [G] world has [A] come be[D]tween us,
our [G] lives have [A] come be[D]tween us,
but I [G] know you [A] just don9t [D] care. [G] [A]
CHORUS:And [D] I said, What about [A] Breakfast at [G] Tiffany9s?2
[D] She said, 3I think I re[A]member the [G] film
and as [D] I recall, I think, we [A] both kinda [G] liked it.2
And [D] I said, well, that9s the [A] one thing we [G] got.
D G A x 2 D G A DI [D] see you - the [G] only [A]
one who [D] knew me,
and [G] now your [A] eyes see [D] through me.
I [G] guess [A] I was [D] wrong. [G] [A]
So [D] what now?
It9s [G] plain to [A] see we9re [D] over,
and I [G] hate when [A] things are [D] over,
when [G] so much is [A] left un[D]done. [G] [A]ChorusRepeat first
verseChorusD G A sequence 4 times during guitar soloChorus x 2D G A a
few times, end on D
Here's the little riff, after the chorusPlay this twice:
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