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Say It Right Tabs (ver.1)

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Say It Right Tabs (ver.1)

Nelly Furtado
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This is the bassline and also the bit              and this is when he goes
where Timbaland goes 'Nng nng nng'                     'Hey'    'Hey'
e|------------------------------------------------|---------------------|
B|------------------------------------------------|---------------------|
G|------------------------------------------------|---------------------|
D|------------------------------------------------|---------------------|
A|-----8-88--------6-66---------------------------|------8-------8------|
E|-----------------------------9-99--------6-66---|---------------------|


Electric Guitar at the end
e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--6p5---6-----6-/-5-----5-----5-/-3-----3-----3--------------------|
A|------8-----8-------6---------------4-------------4p3---4-----4----|
E|----------------------8-----8---------6-----6---------6-----6------|





Chords
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CAPO on 1st Fret

Em   D   C   Am



These chords play throughout. Here's them over the chorus if you need it

      Em              D                 C    Am
Oh you don't mean no-othing at all to me (hey, hey)
      Em              D                 C    Am
No you don't mean no-othing at all to me (hey, hey)
       Em              D                  C    Am
But you got what it ta-akes to set me free (hey, hey)
      Em              D             C     Am
Oh you could mean e-everything to me (hey, hey)



If you don't have a Capo you can use these chords instead

Em ->  Fm  133111
D  ->  Eb  xx5343
C  ->  Db  xx3121
Am ->  Bbm xx3321
            
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