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Don't Want To Say Goodbye Tabs

(ver. 1)
"Don't Want To Say Goodbye"
                      (Eric Carmen - Wally Bryson)

Intro (piano):

	/ / / /  / / / /

Verse 1:

	 D             F#m             Bm          B
	Don't want to drive your love away from me
	 D             F#m       Gmaj7  G  B7sus4  B7
	Don't want to waste your time
	Em               Gm6            D  A/C#      Bm   /A
	You're here and there and far away      from me
	E9/G#    E                Gm6    A7sus4  A7
	I'm so alone it's just a crime

Verse 2:

	If you could lie here by my side at night
	If you could chase away my blues
	You'd understand just how it feels at night
	To have to stand inside my shoes


	 D                    F#m
	Don't want to say goodbye
	C#m                    G /F# /E  D   /C#
	Don't want to let you see    me cry
	Bm                 A#+    Bm/A  G#m7-5  Asus4  
	Still I don't want you to live a lie
	     A     D5    D6     D5   D6  D5  D6  D5
	I'm gonna try a little harder
	     D6   Bm                  B
	I'm gonna try a little harder
	I'm gonna try a little harder

	  1:  F#7sus4 [N.C.]            Bm        A (to verse 2)
	              And maybe you'll love me

	  2:  F#7sus4 (repeat chorus)

	  3:  F#7sus4 [N.C.]            Bm        (to coda)
	              And maybe you'll love me

[repeat verse 1]

[repeat chorus, 2X]


	(piano, bass and strings):

	    (Bm)                  Gmaj7
	(...love me)  Maybe you'll love me
	              Bm              /A
	Maybe you'll love me  (ohh)
	     Maybe you'll love me

	(drums enter)
	Maybe you'll, maybe you'll love me

Guitar solo:

	Bm                      Gmaj7
	/  /  /  /   /  /  /  /   /  /  /  /   /  /  /  / 

	Bm  Bm/maj7 Bm7   Bm6   Gmaj7
	/  /  /  /   /  /  /  /   /  /  /  /   /  /  /  /

	end cold on Badd2 (strings):  [791877]

-- another ace 70's tab from Andrew Rogers
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