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I Think Were Alone Now Tabs (ver.1)

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I Think Were Alone Now Tabs (ver.1)

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                "I Think We're Alone Now"
		    (Ritchie Cordell)


[Notes: 1) The intro is notated in quarter-notes (one slash per beat) but
played in staccato eighth-notes; 2) When I heard 'em live, they simulated
the crickets chirping by scratching their chins on-mike!]


intro:
	A           E           D          (A)
	/  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /  /

verse 1:

	  A         C#m
	Children behave
	F#m               E
	That's what they say when we're together
	 A                C#m
	And watch how you play
        F#m               E
	They don't understand   and so we're

	C#m                        A *
	Runnin' just as fast as we can
	C#m                          A *
	Holdin' on to one another's hand
	  G
	Tryin' to get away into the night
	              E
	And then you put your arms around me as we tumble to the ground
	              A
	And then you say:

chorus:

	A               E
	I think we're alone now
               D                     A
	There doesn't seem to be anyone around
	A               E
	I think we're alone now
	     D                            A
	The beating of our hearts is the only sound

	(heartbeat and crickets)

verse 2:

	Look at the way
	We gotta hide what we're doin'
	'Cause what would they say
	If they ever knew   and so we're
	Runnin' just as fast as we can
	Holdin' on to one another's hand
	Tryin' to get away into the night
	And then you put your arms around me as we tumble to the ground
	And then you say:

	(repeat chorus)

	(more heartbeat and crickets)

outro:

	A              E
	I think we're alone now
	       D                     A
	There doesn't seem to be anyone around		(repeat to fade)



	* bass plays

	  v       v       v       v 
	|-2-------2-------2-2-----2------|
	|-----2-------2-2-----2-------2--|
	|--------------------------------|
	|--------------------------------|

	doubled by muted guitar on 5 and 0 of low E
            
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