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Abba, Head Over Heels Tabs (ver.2)

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Head Over Heels Tabs (ver.2)

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                Head Over Heels (ABBA, The Visitors, 1981)
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[Capo 4] Am

Am Dm G C Am F E7 Am E7 Am Am

Am       E7        (E7-9)
I have a very good friend
                              Am
The kind of girl who likes to follow a trend
          E7       (E7-9)
She has a personal style
                            Am
Some people like it, others tend to go wild
             G
You hear her voice everywhere
E7
Taking the chair
Am              F  E
She's a leading lady
    Am                   A7     Dm
And with no trace of hesitation she keeps going

Dm7       G7
Head over heels
G6       G7  G6
Breaking her way
G                               E     Am
Pushing through unknown jungles every day
        G    F      Esus          Am
She's a girl with a taste for the world
     Am                      A7           Dm
(The world is like a playing-ground where she goes rushing)
Dm7       G7
Head over heels
G6      G7  G6
Setting the pace
G                         E        Am
Running the gauntlet in a whirl of lace
         G            E           Am
She's extreme, if you know what I mean


Her man is one I admire
He's so courageous but he's constantly tired
Each time when he speaks his mind
She pats his head and says, "That's all very fine
Exert that will of your own
When you're alone
Now we'd better hurry"
And with no trace of hesitation she keeps going

Head over heels
Breaking her way
Pushing through unknown jungles every day
She's a girl with a taste for the world
  (The world is like a playing-ground where she goes rushing)
Head over heels
Setting the pace
Running the gauntlet in a 

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