Misc Unsigned Bands Andy Clockwise - The Casanova Remember Love chords
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This is my very first tab so there may be mistakes. I love this song and noticed there was no chord chart for it yet so I thought I would share how I play this song. Feel free to comment with corrections. Feedback is appreciated! The song has a 6/8 time signature. The strum/pick pattern I use is one strum down on chord change and then finger pick the upbeats on the top 2-3 strings. Intro: C/G Am/E C/G We started out we were much younger Am/E You taught me the fire and I taught you the hunger F But I remember love G C Love don't remember me C/G Then we went out we got much older Am/E You waited like an angel and I pined like a soldier F But I remember love G C Love don't remember me Am/E It's been a long long time C/G Since I've been on your mind Am/E But I can-not decline F C Anything for you C/G I'll drink the whiskey you'll drink gin and tonic Am/E You got much more stronger I got more neurotic F But I remember love G Love don't remember me Instrumental Break: C/G Am/E F G C Am/E Now that I've been replaced C/G I have the guts to face Am/E You're in a-nother place F G And seem much bet-ter C/G I'll wait in the bar rooms and you'll wait at the station Am/E We'll dream of each other in our old situation F And I'll remember love G C Love don't remember me F And I'll remember love G C Love don't remember me F And I'll remember our love G C It won't remember me Notes: I use the split chords (C/G and Am/E) to add a little more depth to the tones, but it isn't necessary to play the split chord. They're both fairly simple. On C/G it's the same as an open chord C except you add the third fret on the low E string, and Am/E is exactly the same except you also play the low E string. Most of the chords you strum down four times before changing the chord (2 measures in 6/8 time) except for F and G you'll only strum down twice (1 measure). I tried to put the chord changes exactly where they appear in the lyrics, however listen to the song to get the exact timing down. Email with comments or feedback: email@example.com Thanks!