From: [email protected] (Steve Vetter)
Let her Cry - Hootie & The Blowfish
tabbed by Steve Vetter [[email protected]]
Chords: G D C
Riff during chorus:
B---10--12---repeat
From: [email protected]
[Note - this version has corrected lyrics and performance notes]
Let her Cry - Hootie & The Blowfish
[charted by Rick Schofield ([email protected])]
v1) G D
She sits alone by a lampo-ost
C G
Trying to find a thought that's escaped her mind
G D
She says there's the one I love the most
C G
his type's not far behind
G D
She never lets me in only tells me where she's been
C G
when she's had to much to drink
G D
I say that I don't care I just run my hands through her dark hair
C G
then I pray to God, "You gotta help me fly away" (and just)
chorus:
C G
let her cry if the tears fall down like rain
C Em D
let her sing If it eases all her pain
C G
let her go let her walk right out on me
D
and if the sun comes up tomorrow,
C G
let her be, let her be
G D C G
[4 bars solo]
verse 2
This morning I woke up alone found a note standing by the phone
saying "maybe, maybe I'll be back someday"
I wanted to look for you
you walked in, I didn't know just what I should do
So, I sat back down, had a beer and felt sorry for myself
[chorus]
[solo - 8 bars over verse]
[chorus]
verse 3
last night I tried to leave
cried so much I could not beleive
she was the same girl I fell in love with long ago
she went in the back to get high
I sat down on my couch and cried yelling
"Whoa Lord whoa, please help me. Won't you hold my hand"
[chorus - ends differently as....]
D G
and if the sun comes up tomorrow, let her be
[chorus]
Performance Notes:
1. tambourine
onehit on the 2-beat starts at line 3 and continues during
the verses
double-time accent 3 during chorus and solo
2. drums:
ride shimmer between line 4 and 5
enter at first chorus
don't play during last verse (shimmer accents only)
play ride on bell during chorus
3. vocal harmonies
first chorus on "if the sun comes up tomorrow"
all other choruses over "let her {cry/see/go}" and
"if the sun comes up tomorrow"
4. lead guitar
arpeggiates chords during chorus
play accents over last verse (wailing emotion, feedback
effects, etc)
classic Marshall/LesPaul sound
5. all
in the chorus after the solo and the last chorus, the last
two lines are played with reduced dynamnics - no drums,
no strum, no tamb - just easing down.




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