How Can I Tell You by Cat Stevens Guitar Chords

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How Can I Tell You guitar chords has rhythm and included in Teaser and the Firecat (1971) album.
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How Can I Tell You by Cat Stevens Guitar Chords


– Cat Stevens

Tabbed by Nellie Wilson

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Intro
(2nd Guitar)
Capo: 7th Fret
All chords are relative to the capos position


E|--------------------|
B|---------------0h1--|
G|--0h2-2p0-0---------|
D|---------------0h2--|
A|--------------------|
E|--0h2-2h3-3---------|
|----------------------------------------|
|--0--------------------------------0h1--|
|------2--0------------0h2-2p0-0---------|
|--0----------4~~-------------------0h2--|
|------3--2------------------------------|
|-------------5~~------0h2-2h3-3---------|

(2nd Guitar w/ lyrics)
Verses
[G/C]


E|-------------------------2--------------------------------------------|
B|--------1-------1------3---3----------0---1---0------------1----------|
G|------2-------2------2-------2---2------0---0---0---0-----0-----0-----| repeat
D|----2-------2------0-----------0----------2---0---------2-------------|
A|--0-------0-------------------------------------------3-------3----2--|
E|--------------------------------------3-----------3-------------------|

How can I tell you that I lov[G/C]e you
I love you But I can’t [G/C]think of right words to say
I long to tell you that I’m alw[G/C]ays thinking of you
I’m always thinking of you, but my words [G/C]just blow away

ju[G/C]st blow away

It always ends up to one thing, honey and I can’t[G/C] think of right words to say

Wherever I am girl, I’m always walking with you
I’m always walking with you, but I look and you’re not there
Whoever I’m with, I’m always, always talking to you
I’m always talking to you, and I’m sad that you can’t hear
sad that you can’t hear

It always ends up to one thing, honey when I look and you’re not there
I need to know you, need to feel my arms around you
Feel my arms around you, like a sea around a shore

And each night and day I pray in hope that I might find you
In hope that I might find you because heart’s can do no more

It always ends up to one thing honey, still I kneel upon the floor

How can I tell you that I love you
I love you but I can’t think of right words to say
I long to tell you that I’m always thinking of you
I’m always thinking of you….


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(1st Guitar)
Standard Tuning

How can I tell you that I love you
I love you But I can’t think of right words to say
I long to tell you that I'm always thinking of you
I’m always thinking of you, but my words just blow away

...just blow away

It always ends up to one thing, honey and I can’t think of right words to say

Wherever I am girl, I’m always walking with you
I’m always walking with you, but I look and you’re not there
Whoever I’m with, I’m always, always talking to you
I’m always talking to you, and I’m sad that you can’t hear
sad that you can’t hear

It always ends up to one thing, honey when I look and you’re not there
I need to know you, need to feel my arms around you
Feel my arms around you, like a sea around a shore

And each night and day I pray in hope that I might find you
In hope that I might find you because heart’s can do no more

It always ends up to one thing honey, still I kneel upon the floor

How can I tell you that I love you
I love you but I can’t think of right words to say
I long to tell you that I’m always thinking of you
I’m always thinking of you….

Chords:
Dsus4 xx0233
Dsus2 xx0230


 

If you want to learn Cat Stevens How Can I Tell You guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just require tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is entirely based on its major counterpart

The more you practice, the simple guitar will feel to play How Can I Tell You. Guitar is tough to master in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.

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