How do you play these notes???

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How do you play these notes???

Postby LessThanZero » Fri Jul 04, 2003 12:08 am

Noise, can you help me?? :)


Love For Sale
(Cole Porter)
This tune is a real workout for guitar due to it being in the key of Bb,
But the important thing is to keep it mucho molto... On the F augmented (F+)
chords, hold for a half note, palm your pick and attack the triads in a
quarter note fashion and stay on top of the beat until the chord change.

I've been performing this song for about 7 years now, but if I have made an
error, please forward all corrections to hamnrye@mindspring.com.


Bb Ab
When the only sound in the empty street is the
Gb Fm Ebm Ab7 Db
heavy tread of the heavy feet that be-long to a lonesome cop
F F7 Bbm Cm7
I open shop

F7 Bb7 Ab7
When the moon so long has been gazing down on the
F#7 E7 A Ab Ab7
wayward ways of this wayward town that her smile becomes a smirk
F F7 Bb
I go to work

Eb Bbm
Love for sale
Eb Bbm
Appetizing young love for sale
Eb Ab7
Love that's fresh and still unspoiled
Db Ebm
Love that's only slightly soiled
Bbm F7+5 Bbm
Love for sale

Eb Bb
Who will buy?
Eb Bb
Who would like to sample my supply?
Eb Ab7
Who's prepared to pay the price
Db Ebm
For a trip to paradise?
Bbm F7 Bbm
Love for sale

Ebm Ab7 Db
Let the poets pipe of love In their childish way
Ebm7 Ab7 Db Bbm7
I know every type of love better far than they
Bb7 Ebm
If you want the thrill of love I've been through the mill of love
Gb Ebm Edim C7
Old love New love
B7 Bdim
Every love but True love

Eb Bbm
Love for sale
Eb Bb
Appetizing young love for sale
Eb Ab7 Db Ebm
If you want to but my wares Follow me and climb the stairs

F+ Bbm Bbm7
Love for sale
Bbm6 Eb7 Ebm7 F+ Edim Ebm6 Bb
Love for sale
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Postby Copenhagen Fan » Fri Jul 04, 2003 3:18 am

Dude..that looks weird....just slap a capo on the axe and power out... :lol:

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Postby noiseradio » Fri Jul 04, 2003 10:29 am

I don't think you need my help. It look slike you've done very well. I would absolutely use a capo if I were to play this song, but only because I'm lazy.
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