Deep Blue Something – Breakfast At Tiffanys tab ver. 2

Breakfast at Tiffany’s – Deep Blue Something
Tabbed by: The Gentleman

Tuning: Standard (E,A,D,G,B,e)This is probably one of my favorite songs ever. Plus it’s very easy to play. If you can do the picking and progressions, then just worry about the chords. Have fun.e|--2-2--2-0--2-2-3—-3p2-2---3-3-3--0----------------------------------------|B|--3-3--3-3--3-3-3--3---3---3-3-3--2----------------------------------------|G|--2-2--2-2--2-2-2--2---2---0-0-0--2----------------------------------------|D|--0-0--0-0--0-0-0--0---0---0-0-0--2----------------------------------------|A|--0-0--0-0--0-0-0--0---0---2-2-3--0----------------------------------------|E|--X------------------------3-3-3--0----------------------------------------| (it goes something like that, its basically down, down, up. And you can add more strums to it, its just basic)
Verse1 D G A D You say, we’ve got nothing in common G A D No common ground to start from G A D And we’re falling apart Verse2 You’ll say, the world has come between us Our lives have come between us And I know you just don’t care Chorus A D A G And I said, what about, breakfast at Tiffany’s D A G She said I think I, remember the film D A G And as I recall I think, we both kinda liked it D A G And I said well that’s, the one thing we’ve got
Solo riff played throughout the song:|---------------------------------------------------||---------------------------------------------------||---------------------------------------------------||--5-5-5-4-2-0-------------------2------------------||---------------2-2-2-2-2-5-4-4-----5----2-2-2-5-4--||---------------------------------------------------| (there is some kinda reverb affect that can be mimicked by picking and palm muting but I just use the pedal)
Verse3 I see you, the only one who knew me, But now you’re eyes see through me I guess, I was wrong Verse4 So what now, it’s plain to see we’re over And I hate when things are over When so much is left undone Chorus, verse1, verse2, chorus again… Then the solo riff again, its played once like normal, but then its raised an octave. So past the 12th fret if you want, but I just recommend playing it on the smaller strings (e,B,G). then comes the chorus a couple of times… Enjoy. :D
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