From: [email protected]
Date: Thu, 28 Dec 1995 11:20:20 -0600 (CST)
Subject: I'll_Be_Home.crd
I'll Be Home--Randy Newman
from Little Criminals
The tempo of this song is rather slow and it is in 4/4.
Intro: G | C | G | C (one measure each)
VERSE 1:
G D (7)
I'll be home, I'll be home
G
When your nights are troubled
C
And you're all alone
Em A
When you're feeling down and need some sympathy
Em A
And there's no one else around to keep you company
G B7/F# Em Em/D C(chord)
Remember, baby, you can always count on me
G D G | C | G | C
I'll be home, I'll be home, I'll be home
VERSE 2:
G D (7)
I'll be home, I'll be home
G
Wherever you may wander
C
And wherever you may roam
Em A
You come back, and I'll be waiting here for you
Em A
No one else will ever love you the way I do
G B7/F# Em Em/D C(chord)
I'll be here to comfort you, and see you through
G D G | C | G | C | G
I'll be home, I'll be home, I'll be home
Note: At the end of each verse the intro chords are played one
measure each.
Its Money That Matters Tab by Newman Randy
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From: [email protected] (Keith Spurgeon)
This is my first post of chords, so I'm praying
the lines w/ chords and the lines w/ words roughly
match up.
Someone (sorry didn't catch name, cause I'm new
to this game) posted a request for the chords to
"It's Money That Matters" by Randy Newman, from the
recording "Land of Dreams" (Reprise 25773--a few bad tunes, but a few
really great tunes, so buy it!). The
poster can e-mail me for clarification.
I welcome all corrections, suggestions, praise, and flames at my
e-mail address.
Here is a condensation of the chords for the
tune. It's pretty much a "cycle" tune, so I didn't include all lyrics
and verses.
Notes: The verse merely cycles through D-A-G-D
(with two beats per chord, but note that the D
chord repeats at beginning and end of each cycle). What Newman
calls the Chorus (where he sings "It's money that
matters") follows the same D-A-G-D pattern.
What I have called Bridge I is pretty
straightforward, but what I have called Bridge II
is actually a little riff section, so the chords
are deceptive. I will spell the notes in the "C-no third" riff
(pretty wimpy thing to call a riff) so you can get
it a little better. For the "C no third" chord,
don't even bother playing a chord, just play the
riff notes, duplicated in all the octaves you can
spare (within reason).
Bridge I appears only once in the song. Bridge
II comes twice: once after Bridge I (and a short turnaround), and once
after the third verse.
You're on your own to sound like Mark Knopfler
does on the recording.
It's Money That Matters
Randy Newman
D A G D
Of all of the people
D A G D
that I used to know
D A G D
Most never adjusted
D A G D
to the great big world
etc.
BRIDGE I
Bmin A G
All of these people are much brighter than I
Bmin A G
In any fair system they would flourish and thrive
D
But they barely survive
A
They eke out a living
A#dim Bmin
And they barely survive
Bmin A G D/F# (




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