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Love You Madly

Cake


This is a simplified version of the song that I created for a young student. It's played on just the 6th string. Instead of chord names, only the 6th string fret number is provided.

Playing a bass line on the 6th string is the easiest way to play a song on guitar--perfect for total beginners or kids who want to sing and play at the same time.


 

Intro:

 

0                                5

I don't want to wonder if this is a blunder

0                                                    5

I don't want to worry whether we're goin’ to stay together till we die

0                                    5

I don't want to jump in unless this music's thumping

0                                     5

All the dishes rattle in the cupboards when the elephants arrive

 

Chorus:

0                               5

 I want to love you madly

0                             5

 I want to love you now

0                              5

 I want to love you madly

0                                  5 (hold and let ring)                 

 I want to love you, love you, love you madly

 

Repeat Intro

 

0                               5

I don't want to fake it, I just want to make it

0                                                       5

The ornaments look pretty but they're pulling down the branches of the tree

0                                         5

I don't want to think about it, I don't want to talk about it

0                                              5

When I kiss your lips, I want to sink down to the bottom of the sea

 

Chorus

 

0 (hold and let ring)             5 (hold and let ring)

I don't want to hold back, I don't want to slip down

0                                                5

I don't want to think back to the one thing that I know I should have done

0                                             5

I don't want to doubt you, know everything about you

0                                         5 (hold)

I don't want to sit across the table from you wishing I could run

 

Chorus

 

End on 0


This file is the author's own work and represents his interpretation of this song. It's intended solely for private study, scholarship or research.