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Stone Roses, Tightrope Tabs (ver.2)

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Tightrope Tabs (ver.2)

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                This is my attempted correction of Gene's Tightrope by the stone roses.  
He did all the work for this, I just came up with a couple chords where 
he didn't have any......all credit goes to him....

Tightrope 

E	 
You should have been an angel
   D               A	
It would've suited you
      D 	    A
My gold leafed tripticu angel
      D         A        E
She knows just what to do

In the half light of morning
In our world between the sheets
I swear I saw her angel wing
My vision was complete

        D
And I know I'll never want
A              	E
Another lover my sweet
              D
Can there be more in this
                A
World than the joy of just
     	         B
Watching you sleep
 	         B
I don't know just what to feel
Won't someone tell me my
E		D	A
Loves real
E		D	A

E
Are we etched in stone
           D
Or just scratched in the sand
A
Waiting for the waves to come
      D A      E
And return the land

Will the sun shine all
Sweetness and light
Or burn us to a cinder
Our third stone satellite

E
I'm on a tightrope baby
D
Nine miles high
A             
Striding through the clouds
      D      A       E
On my ribbon in the sky
E
I'm on a tightrope baby
D
One thing I've found
A
I don't know how to stop
           G     B     A       
And it's a long long long
D       A    E
Long way down

Shes all that ever mattered
And all that ever will
My cup in runneth over
I'll never drink my fill
The boats in the harbour
Slip from their chains
And head for new horizons
Lets do the same


Input is welcome and appreciated....


					Dave G. Gels
					Aviation
					University of North Dakota
            
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