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Lindsay Lohan, Speak Chords (ver.1)

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Speak Chords (ver.1)

Lindsay Lohan Tabs
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                Lindsay Lohan
2004 Hollywood Records

Key: A

Tuning: Drop D

Chords used: Drop D only
F#m - 444xxx
Bm -  999xxx
D -   000xxx
E -   222xxx

Chords used: in Standard EADGBe
F#m - 244222
Bm -  x24432
D -   xx0232
E -   022100


Intro:
 F#m           Bm
Speak up speak straight
 F#m             Bm F#m Bm
speak your heart out


Verse 1:
F#m               Bm
Everybody's got a point of view
        F#m                   Bm
And the right to their own opinion
F#m                      Bm
   So don't be scared of what I'm gonna do
         F#m                   Bm
When you let me know your intuition


Refrain:
F#m           Bm
So what makes you think 
     F#m         Bm
that I won't get it?
F#m           Bm
So what makes you think that 
F#m                   Bm
I won't get your love tonight?


Chorus:
 D                E
Speak come on and let it out
           F#m
Give it to me you 
know that I can take it
 D                E
Speak because the more 
                        F#m
you say the more I'm at ease
Come on don't keep me waiting now
      D
Don't wanna guess not a test
E
Tell me what you're thinking
F#m
Keep it real no big deal
Tell me what you're dreaming
 D    E          F#m
Speak let it out breathe


Post Chorus:
 F#m      Bm      F#m       Bm
Speak up straight from your heart


Verse 2:
F#m                      Bm
It can't be wrong it can only be right
     F#m                         Bm
Just show me what you are feeling
F#m                           Bm
   You'll be surprised at how easy it
      F#m                 Bm
is To open up, it's so healing


(Repeat Refrain)
(Repeat Chorus)
(Repeat Post Chorus twice)
(Repeat Chorus twice)
            

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