Madeleine Peyroux - A Little Bit
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|Band name||Madeleine Peyroux|
|Song name||A Little Bit|
It's my first tab, so, cut me some slack, but I welcome constructive criticism and corrections. So, here goes. First of all, I'm going to give you the real chords according to tonality (I.E. how they then the chords according to how they are shaped. This song is played with a capo at 5 for those of us that are still Roman), but if you know what you are doing, can be anywhere. I prefer to play with no capo because my beloved Ibanez is not a cutaway, and past 12 hurts. C F C You got a lot C F C Of tenderness C F C And so much love C F You can get no rest Am C If you're willing to waste a little time Am I don't wanna all of it F C All I need is a little bit Bridge-ish Thing: Am C F You know daddy gave you everything on a silver platter Am F But the one thing he never gave you (?) Was the one thing that really matters Yes, that's a question mark. There's a chord there which boggles me. I typically will do D-minor to a G, then do a blues turn around to an F, but, if you find something that for you, go to it! Let me know, though, as I piss my organ player off by not deciding on proper chord... Now, that's all from the capo or in first. I'll say that again... ...everything above was the CHORD as it should sound. Everything below is the CHORD-SHAPE. G Cadd9 G You got a lot G Cadd9 G Of tenderness G Cadd9 G And so much love G C You can get no rest Em G If you're willing to waste a little time Em I don't wanna all of it C G All I need is a little bit Bridge-ish Thing: Em G C You know daddy gave you everything on a silver platter Em C But the one thing he never gave you (?) Was the one thing that really matters Again, on this one, I muff it. Not hard, but, doesn't quite satisfy. As far as the G to switch goes, don't pick up your fingers from the board, simply flatten them. It's and sounds closer to the album. If you intend on doing this on your own, do what you Also, a Cadd9 is: 0-3-2-0-2-2 So, that's about it. Some quick notes: 1. Blues. That's what this song is influenced by, but it's not too much in a minor, so your blues scales for soloing, but don't make it too sad. 2. If you need too, I highly suggest getting an organ or piano player to help out. 3. Those shapes that I gave you below the warning can be transposed up and down the for those of you that haven't quite gotten there in your theory (it's okay). Find a key that comfortable in, because the song won't change to fit you much. Thanks! Let me know how this works out for you. Karl firstname.lastname@example.org