Unchained Melody

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I play "Unchained Melody like this: Tuned down 1/2 step (Pick the strings) (C0= Fat E---------3 Fat A--------2 D-------0 G------0 a-----1-0-1, etc (listen to Bono to get it right) (You'll need to pick the a string a bit) (Sliding F: D----3 ----> 5 G---2 ----> 4 B--1 ----> 3 e--1 ----> 3 C Am F G C "Ohh...oh my love.....oh, my darling......i hunger for your touch....a Am C0 C Am F long....and lonely time...........And time....goes by......so slowly.......and G C Am C0 C G time can do so much.....on you......still mine........I need your love......i Am G F (Slide F by 2 frets) need your love......God speed your love...to me.....speed your love..to...me.." Hope this helps.....email me if any questions! Keep jammin'! Best regards, Jon ([email protected]) Okay, this is my version of "Unchained Melody", By U2, from the "All I Want Is You" Single. It may not be exactly right, but you can play around with it. Words by the Righteous Brothers. ***PLACE A CAPO ON THE 4th FRET!!!!***** Use a Delay pedal, and some sort of wah-wah(correction???), or a little distortion. You can make the call of the effects. Chords are with respect to where the capo is. CHORDS USED: G 320033 Em 022033 Cadd9 032033 D xx0232 C x32010 Bb x13331 UNCHAINED MELODY G Em Cadd9 Whoa, oh my love, oh my darling D G Em I've hungered for your touch, a long D And lonely time G Em Cadd9 And time, goes by so slowly D G And time can do so much Em D Are you still mine? ***For the next part, play the chords apperegio, letting the notes ring *** G D I need your love Em D I need your love Cadd9 D ***Fill here (see below for tab)*** God, speed your love to me ***Right as Bono sings "...to me", this little tab is played:*** G---0------0------0------0------0------0------0------0--- D-----0------0------0------0------3------3------3------3- A-------------------------------------------------------- E-3------3------3------3------3------3------3------3----- C D C Bb Lonely rivers flow to the sea, to the sea C D G To the open arms of the sea C D C Bb Lonely rivers sigh wait for me, wait for me C D G I'll be coming home, wait for me The rest of the song just repeats what was played in the first verse, etc. This is not the exact tab, you have to play around with it to get a feel for it, and it's easier to play it your own way. From: [email protected] (Roger Steven Meech) Unchained Melody by The Righteous Brothers ------------------------------------------- **corrections by: Leniart, Brandon K [email protected] The chords might sound right, but if you want to sound like the CD, first tune it down 1/2 step. Then the chords are exactly a step too high. So instead of: D, Bm, G, A, D, Bm, A...etc., it should be like this: Verse (whoa, my love): C Am F G C Am G Chorus (I need your love): C G Am Em F G C C7 Bridge (Lonely rivers): F G F D# F G C *********************************** D Bm G Whoa, my love. My darling. A D Bm I've hungered for your touch, alone. A Lonely times. D Bm G And time rolls by so slowly, A D And time can do so much. Bm A Are you still mine? D A I need your love. Bm F#m I need your love. G A D D7 Darling, speed your love to me. G A G F Lonely rivers flow to the sea, to the sea. G A D To the open arms of the sea. G A G F Lonely rivers sigh wait for me, wait for me. G A D I'll be coming home. Wait for me. D Bm G Whoa. my love. My darling. A D Bm I've hungered, hungered for your touch, for love A Lonely times. D Bm G And time rolls by so slowly, A D And time can do so much. Bm A Are you still mine? D A I need your love. Bm F#m I need your love. G A D Darling, speed your love to me. +-------------------------------------------------+ | Roger Meech | [email protected] | [email protected] | +-------------------------------------------------+

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