Pete Townshend - A Little Is Enough
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|Band name||Pete Townshend|
|Song name||A Little Is Enough|
Date: Sun, 25 Jun 1995 22:01:52 GMT From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Kenny Sahr) Subject: CRD: A little is enuogh by Pete Townshend Chorded by Jasonp@ozemail.com.au Pete Townshend's A LITTLE IS ENOUGH CAPO: 1st Fret YOU MAY WISH TO DETUNE THE BOTTOM E STRING DOWN ONE TONE TO 'D' KEYBOARD INTRO: D(bass note only, muted with plectrum hand, playing 8th notes) / / / | / / / / | G(D) D A(D) | A(D) D | G(D) D A(D) | / / / / | G(D) D A(D) | A(D) D | G(D) D A(sus4) | / / / / | / / / / || BAND IN: G(D) / D / | A(D) / D / | G(D) / D / | A(D) / D / || VERSE I: They say that love ... G(D) D A(D) D You can never catch ... G(D) D A(D) Hanging on to you as though .... Em7 Clear that the ... Common-sense will tell me ... A7(sus4) A7 After a piece of that ... A7(sus4) A7 Keep an ... Bm Spirit ain't ... C Love's ... G Body's so ... A7(sus4) Give me an ... A7 But just a ... G(D) D A(D) D G(D) D A(D) VERSE II: I'm like a connoseiur of cha... G(D) D A(D) D Perfume nearly ... G(D) D A(D) I eat an oyster and I ... Em7 More than one ... Some people want an endless ... A7(sus4) A7 All I have to ...., A A7(sus4) A7 Smile sets me r...., A Bm Kiss feels like ... C Love is ... G Addict is ..., A7(sus4) I can't pretend ... A7 When just a ... G(D) D A(D) D G(D) D A(D) D *** INSTRUMENTAL BREAK: Dm / / / C(no 3rd) | Dm [etc, repeated ad infinitum] Just like a sailor .... G(D) D A(D) D Gale blowing in .... G(D) D A(D) High wind scares me but .... Em7 Can't head for ... Life would seem so easy ... A7(sus4) A7 Even a hurricane ... A7(sus4) A7 Might be an .... Bm Distant ... C Little I see ... G Heaven to me,... A7(sus4) Care if the ocea... A7 'Cause just a .... E(no 3rd) / / / | x 4 INSTRUMENTAL BREAK: [Repeat all chords from "They say that love often passes" . . . "match is rough"] Common-sense will tell ... A7(sus4) A7 After a piece of ... A7(sus4) A7 Keep an ... Bm Spirit ... C Love's so .... G Body's ... A7(sus4) Give me an overdose ... A7 But just a little .... E(no 3rd) / / / | [repeat to fade] *** This INSTRUMENTAL BREAK is dominated by the D MINOR chord (or Eb minor, if playing a keyboard). Yet, the guitar is playing only 'power-chords' (ie, no 3rds). So, the guitar is not responsible for the tonal 'colour' here. Just slide from C to D (power-chords) across the end/start of each bar. This same process is happening throughout the 'E(no 3rd)' sections towards the end. If you like, slide from D to E (power-chords) in the same way. Collector of tabs for The Who... Author of Hebrew language Jordan/Syria Travel Guide