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Every Word
Belly, Every Word

D  C  F  G
D  C  F  E          
          So you go 
D  C  F  G
          To leave
D  C  F  E          
          More room for me

E               Eb
  Uh uh oh, you gave me too much room
E                Eb
  So I filled it up with chairs 
E           Eb
  You can't sit on,
E                    Eb
  But if you want to stand there, stand there
E  F#  F  E
E               Eb
  Uh uh oh, you told me too much
E                     Eb
  You thought I would leave you
E  Eb
E         Eb
  I heard every word, 
E         Eb
  I heard every word,
E       Eb         E
I heard every word

D  C  F  G
D  C  F  G
        So you go, 
D  C  F  G              D  C  F  E
        And it all goes darker

C     C/G     C     C/G   C    C/G
These chairs, these eyes, this room
C/E        C/F
Closes its windows
C     C/G     C     C/G   C    C/G   F    E
These chairs, these eyes, this room, this heart

[Solo, slower tempo]
E  Eb  x5

E         Eb
  I heard every word, 
E         Eb
  I heard every word,
E       Eb         E
I heard every word



I think the C in the "These chairs..." section is barred at 12th fret, and as I 
only have an acoustic guitar I struggled to get it to sound right, so I worked 
that bit out on the keyboard but I'm still not convinced. Any suggestions on that 
section (or any other!) welcome.
 
 
Belly - Every Word :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Every Word tabs @ 911Tabs
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About the artist behind Every Word:

Belly dance is a Western term for a traditional Middle Eastern dance form. Some American devotees refer to it simply as "Middle Eastern Dance".

In the Arabic language it is known as raqs sharqi (رقص شرقي; literally "oriental dance") or sometimes raqs baladi (رقص بلدي; literally "national" or "folk" dance). The term "raqs sharqi" may have originated in Egypt. In Greece and the Balkans, belly dance is called tsiftetelli (τσιφτετέλι).

The term belly-dance is a creation of Orientalism, and is first attested in English in 1899, translating French danse du ventre.[1]

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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