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Too Late To Say Goodbye Tabs (ver.1)

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Too Late To Say Goodbye Tabs (ver.1)

Richard Marx
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                Too late to say goodbye

This is an awesome track from the Repeat offender album, which was released as a single
the states I believe, anyway have fun the riff is awesome.  This is exactly how it is
in the live version and I am positive its correct.  The chords for the verse and chorus 
be barred, anyway enjoy.

(main riff)
e|--------------------------------0---------------------------|
B|--------------------------------1---------------------------|
G|--------------------------------2---------0----0------------|
D|-------0-0h2-0--0--0-0h2-0----2-2-------2--------4----------|
A|-----2--------2--2--------0-0-----0-2-3-----5---------------|
E|---0--------------------------------------------------------|x3

(verse)

Em7
What I had to flaunt has come back to haunt
       Am7
like a restless wind
Em7
And the best of times that were left behind
          Am7
They come blowing in

(bridge)

C                   D
No one's pushing me through that door
   C                 D                          C
It might aswell be a forty four.......In the night

(Chorus)
        D                   Em
It's to late to say goodbye
                   Am7
I'm all out of lies
        Bm7              C           D
It's to late to say goodbye...........

(Main riff)

(verse) chords are the same as verse 1

How can I resist one more strangers Kiss
Should the thrill be gone
And if I must refrain will I wind up the same
As the jealous dogs

(bridge)

But crossing the border would be so wrong......and you're right

Chorus

Main riff

Chrous

Main riff to end


| /  slide up
| \  slide down
| h  hammer-on
| p  pull-off
| ~  vibrato
| +  harmonic
| x  Mute note
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