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Band: Skypark 
Song: That's What You Say 
CD: Over Blue City ,produced & copyright 2000 Word Entertainment
Tabbed by fendergirl

this is both intro & outro-play twice at beginning & end of song.
e-------2----------------------------------------------------
b----1--0--1--4-----------------------2----------------------
g-------------4-----4-----3-----------1----------------------
d-------------6--6--4--6--3--------4-------------------------
a-4-----------------------------6----------------------------
e----------------------------6-------------------------------

This is the second part-play it twice except on the second time
around leave out the last chord and go on to part 3.
Part 3             part 4 
e-0--0--0-----------0--0------------|-----2----------|-0-----
b-2--2--0-----------2--0--2--4--2---|--4--2--4--4--2-|-2--4--
g-1--1--4--3--1--1--1--4--4--6--4---|--6--3--4--6--4-|-1--4--
d-------2--1--1-----2--2--4--6--4---|--6--4--4--6--4-|-2--4--
a-------2--1--2--------2------------|--------x--6----|----x--
e-------0--2--2--------0------------|--------4-------|----4--

part 5
e----0--2-|-0-----------------------0------------------------
b----2--2-|-2-----0--------0--2--4--2-----0--------2--0--2---
g-1--1--3-|-1--1--4--3--1--4--4--6--1--1--4--3--1--4--4--4---
d-1--2--4-|-2--1--2--1--1--2--4--6--2--2--2--1--1--4--2--4---
a-2-----4-|----2--2--1--2--2-----------0--2--1--2-----2------
e-2-----0-|----2--0--2--2--0--------------0--2--2-----0------

here play Part 3 again, after part 5. Then play part 4, 
except leave out the first chord and instead play this one:xx1122.
Then go on to the rest of the riff, then here's 
the solo, which is actually played on piano. If you can get 
your acoustic (or electric!) to sound like a piano, great! 
(and please let me know how!) if not, it should work fairly 
well unplugged or otherwise if you've got a guitar that handles
well in the upper register.

e-12---------9--9--11--12--11--------------------11---------
b-----9--12-----9---------------------9--12------11---------
g---------------------------------11---------11---------8---
d------------------------------9---------------------8------
a-----------------------------------------------------------
e----------------------------------------------------------- 

e-9--11--12--11-------------9-----12--12---------9--9--12--
b--------------------9--12-----9----------9--12-----9-------
g-----------------------------------------------------------
d----------------11-----------------------------------------
a-----------------------------------------------------------
e-----------------------------------------------------------

e-12--11-----------------------11-----------------------9---
b----------------9--12---------------------------9--11------
g------------11---------11----------------8--11-------------
d---------9------------------------9--11--------------------
a-----------------------------------------------------------
e---------------------------9--11---------------------------

part 6
e-11--12--16--14--12--11--9----------------|----------------
b----------------------------11--9---------|-4--4--2--4-----
g-----------------------------------11--11-|-4--6--4--4--1--
d---------------------------------------11-|-4--6--4--4--1--
a----------------------------------------9-|-4--6-----4--2--
e------------------------------------------|-4--------4--2--

e-0-----------------2--  Here go back and play part 1 twice.
b-2--4--4--2--4-----2--  Except on the second time play this
g-1--4--6--4--6--1--3--  chord instead of the last note:x212xx
d-2--4--6--4--6--1--4--  there you are, hope that's okay! 
a----4--6-----6--2--4--  Listen to the cd and you should be 
e----4-----------2--0--  able to tell where the chord changes
are. I didn't put how long you should play each chord but you
can tell that anyway if you listen carefully, also where to
sing the lyrics. I didn't put the lyrics with the chords,
either, but here they are. Again, listen to the cd! 

You're running through my mind again
I came across your words the end
it's only right we walk away
it's only right is what you say

it's all right, it's okay
we're better off this way
it's all right, it's okay
at least that's what you say

I'm falling off the world again
I came across your words, the end
I'm all uptight in losing you
you're moving on to something new

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