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Moody Blues - Go Now Tabs

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Go Now Tabs

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                Originally a minor R&B hit for co-writer Bessie Banks; the Moody Blues
took this to #10 in April, 1965:


                                 "Go Now!"
                              (Banks-Bennett)

Intro 1:

	[N.C.]
	We've already said

	Ab       Ab/G       Ab/F       Ab/Eb
	/  /  /    /  /  /    /  /  /    /  /  /
	                    [1: goodbye  2: so long]

	Db        Bbm        Eb [N.C.]
	/  /  /    /  /  /    /

Verse 1:

	(Eb)                                 
        Since you gotta go, oh you had better
	Ab     Ab/G  Ab/F   Ab/Eb
	Go now       go now, go now
	 Db      Bbm  Eb               Em
	(Go now)         Before you'll see me cry
	Fm                                       Cm
	   I don't want you to tell me just what you intend to do now
	Fm
	   'Cause how many times do I have to tell you darlin', darlin'
	                                          Cm
	I'm still in love [3: still in love] with you now
	          Bbm /F /E  Eb [N.C.]
	Whoa-oh-oh-oh

[repeat intro]

Verse 2:

	I don't wanna see you go, oh you had better
	Go now   go now, go now
	(Go now)    Don't you even try
	Tellin' me that you really don't want it to end this way
	'Cause darlin', darlin', can't you see I want you to stay
	Yeah, yeah

[instrumental (piano solo) over verse chords]

[repeat verse 1]

Coda:

	Ab       Ab/G       Ab/F       Ab/Eb
	/  /  /    /  /  /    /  /  /    /  /  /

	         Db                   Eb                 Ab
	I don't wanna see you go but darlin', you better go now


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
            
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