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How Are You? Tabs (ver.1)

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How Are You? Tabs (ver.1)

Cheap Trick
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key:  G
tuning:  standard E A D G B E


[Bbdim7]

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


intro

G----------------------------------|
D----0-2-2-3-3-4-4-5-5-5-5-5-5-5---|
A----------------------------------|
E----------------------------------|


first verse

(G)Hello, how are you?  How'd you sleep last night did you dream of me
all (Bbdim7)night  How (Eb7)are you?


intro riff

Wake (G)up, good morning, you shouldn't sleep all day such a beautiful
day how (Bbdim7)are you (Eb7)good morning what's (C7)with you how
(Eb7)could you

intro riff

second verse

I heard your (G)voice, couldn't stand it, you talk too much you even
scare my (Bbdim7)friends  What's (Eb7)with you

intro riff

The words you (G)said I know you're lying, you lie in bed you lie you
lie
there (Bbdim7)crying what (Eb7)with you?  How (C7)could you? Why
(Eb7)did you?

intro riff

chorus

(G)Hey hey, I said (C)it's all right  (G)come on come on I've been
(D)working all night (G)Hey hey said (C)it's ok (G)come on come on
(D)Been working all day working all day hey

third verse

Hello, how are you?  I couldn't sleep last night
I dreamed of you all night
Good morning, get up, I know you're lying
You lie in bed you lie you lie there cryin
What's with you how could you Why did you?

chorus

bridge

(C)Hello, how (Eb)are you
(C)I dreamed of (Eb)you last night
(C)Hello how (Eb)are you
(C)I dreamed of you all

fourth verse

night.  I said I want you. I want you need you love you want you to
want me (REMEMBER?)
Hello, how are you?  How'd you sleep last night, did you dream of me
all night?  Good morning, how are you?  How are you?

Chorus

chorus

outro

(G)(F)(G)(F)(G)(F)(G)(F)(G)(F)(G)(F)
            
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