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Tablature guitare de la chanson “Little numbers” de Boy.

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Tablature, accords:

CAPO 4


INTRO:
Em     D     Asus2    (2x)


      Em  
Waited for your call, for the moon
      Em 
To release me from the longest afternoon
      Em  
I've re-arranged parts of my living room
     Am                                    C
But time is hard to kill since I met you



    Em                 D           Asus2
I'm looking at the cars that drive on by
    Em                 D            Asus2
While spring is making promise outside
    Em                D           Asus2
Red cars are quite rare I realize
     C                   D
Then I wonder which colour you like



G
Seven little numbers
         D
Baby, they could be a start
D
Seven little numbers
         C
Baby, I know yours by heart




Em              D        G
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, all the pretty things that we could be
Em              D        G
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, I feel you in every heart beat
Em              D        G
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, were you ever in a dream that could come true
Am                    C
These numbers could be lucky for you




    Em                 D                Asus2
Watch the sky change to a darkened blue
    Em                 D                Asus2
I can't think of another thing to do
    Em                 D                         Asus2
And every song just makes me think of you
                    C
Because the singers sounds as if she was longing,
        D
As if she was longing, too



G
Seven little numbers
         D
Baby, they could be a start
D
Seven little numbers
         C
Baby, I know yours by heart
G
Seven little numbers
         D
Baby they could make a change
D
Seven little numbers
          C
Make a fire out of this flame



Em              D        G
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, all the pretty things that we could be
Em              D        G
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, I feel you in every heart beat
Em              D        G
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, were you ever in a dream that could come true
Am                    C
These numbers could be lucky for you



PONT

e|----||----------------------------------||
B|----||----------------------------------||
G|----||----------------------------------||
D|----||----------------------------------||
A|----||-------2-3-3-2--------------------||
E|--0-||---2-3---------3-3-2-0------------||


I read your name on every wall, on every wall - tell me
Is there a cure for me at all, for me at all - tell me
I read your name on every wall, on every wall - tell me
Is there a cure for me at all, for me at all



Em              D        G
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, all the pretty things that we could be
Em              D        G
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, I feel you in every heart beat
Em              D        G
    Woo-oh, oh-oh, were you ever in a dream that could come true
Am                    C
These numbers could be lucky for you



Em              D        G
    Woo-oh, oh-oh
Em              D        G
    Woo-oh, oh-oh
Em              D        G
    Woo-oh, oh-oh
Am                    C
These numbers could be lucky
Am                    C
These numbers could be lucky
Am                    C
These numbers could be lucky for you


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  • Neversaynotopanda :

    Pour le couplet et l’intro ce n’est pas un RÉ (D) mais un DO (C) décalé, càd, (toujours avec le capo 4), 0-5-4-0-3-0 que j’appelle C prime (C’)

    Ce qui donne donc pour le couplet : EM (0-2-2-0-0-0) C’ (0-5-4-0-3-0) Asus2 (0-0-2-2-0-0)

    Pareil pour la dernière phrase des couplets dont les accords sont RÉ (D) et DO (C) ; ce n’est pas un RÉ (D) mais ce fameux DO (C’) 0-5-4-0-3-0

    Ce qui donne pour la dernière phrase de l’intro et des couplets : C’ (0-5-4-0-3-0) C (0-3-2-0-1-0)

    Et pour terminer, toujours la même erreur au refrain, ce n’est un RÉ (D) mais un DO (C) 0-5-4-0-3-0

    Ce qui donne donc pour le refrain : EM (0-2-2-0-0-0) C’ (0-5-4-0-3-0) G (3-2-0-0-0-3)

  • Neversaynotopanda :

    /!\ Petite erreur de ma part !

    J’ai inversé…

    « Pareil pour la dernière phrase des couplets dont les accords sont RÉ (D) et DO (C) ; ce n’est pas un RÉ (D) mais ce fameux DO (C’) 0-5-4-0-3-0

    Ce qui donne pour la dernière phrase de l’intro et des couplets : C’ (0-5-4-0-3-0) C (0-3-2-0-1-0) »

    … C’est d’abord (0-3-2-0-1-0) et puis (0-5-4-0-3-0)

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