Everly Brothers - Oh, What A Feeling tab

Written by Don Everly, this song is another one of those sweet heartache songs the Everly
Brothers did so well.  

For the most part it's a standard I VI ii V progression in the key of G. 

The song starts with the Refrain which has a "pickup" wherein Don and Phil use their 
voices to simultaneously arpeggiate a C major chord.  Once voice begins on E, and the other
on G.  I've tride to indicate this as such, but this is the first tab I've ever done.
I hope it's not too confusing. 

Chords are shown on top of the words they time out with.  Chords in parentheses are 
carried over from the previous measure.

Though I didn't notate the melody, you can pop on the record and use this chart to strum
along. I found it on their "The Complete Cadence Recordings 1957-1960" CD 
collection which is worth it's weight in gold.

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"Oh, What a Feeling"
by Don Everly 

[Refrain](vocal arpeggios} E---G---CG---C---E It must be G Em C Dlove Oh, what a G Em C Dfeeling!
[Verse #1] G C G I sit at home alone G G7 C I wait here by the phone D G Em C D I know you'll never call (D) G Em G G7 Oh, what a feeling! [Bridge] C G Em It must be love C G Although it's bitter C G Em It must be love A7 D7 C I can't forget her [Verse #2] G C G The days turn into weeks G G7 C You're letters I shall keep D G Em C D The ones you didn't write (D) G Em C Oh, what feeling!
(vocal arpeggios} E---G---CG---C---E It must be G Em C Dlove Oh, what a G Em C (No D chord here) feeling!
(vocal arpeggios} E---G---CG---C---E It must be G Em C Dlove Oh, what a G Em feeling!
G Em G Em (repeat and fade)
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