Hold On To Me

Michael Timmins


[E] [A+9] [E] [A+9] [E] [A+9]

[E] If you [A+9] offered me a [E] shade of [A+9] blue
would I re- [E] turn it [A+9] saying that [E] it was [A+9] too
dark or [G#m] light?
Or would I [B] see it for the [C#m] precious thing
that [F#m] it might one [G#m] day [A] be?
Hold on to [E] me. [A+9] [E] [A+9]

[E] If you [A+9] offered me a [E] point of [A+9] view
would I dis- [E] miss it [A+9] saying that [E] it was [A+9] too
black and [G#m] white?
Or would I [B] see it as the [C#m] special thing
that [F#m] it would no [G#m] doubt [A] be?
Hold on to [E] me. [A+9] [E] [A+9]

I'll [B] hold on to this [A] gift we share
it is as [B] slippery as it is [C#m] rare.
I'll [B] hold on to that [A] feeling
of [G#m] waking and finding you [C#m] there.
[F#m] I'll hold on [G#m] to [A] you and you hold on to [E] me. [A+9] [E] [A+9]

[E] If I [A+9] asked you for a [E] simple [A+9] thing
would you [E] do it [A+9] without [E] too much [A+9] thinking or [G#m] fuss?
Would you [B] see it for the [C#m] precious thing
that [F#m] it would sure- [G#m] ly [A] be?
Hold on to [E] me. [A+9] [E] [A+9]

Hold on to me.
Hold on to me.


Tabbed by Brian Davies (davies@ils.nwu.edu)

bbkim's note: Thanks go to Eric Scheidler, he found the true chord in the verse pattern is A+9. Brian had the verse as [E] [A] [E] [A], the chords are:

E A+9 E A+9
022100 x02200 022100 x02200

Play [E] and count 1 - 2 of the beat and strum down, [A+9] is & - & 4 & and strummed up. Additional chords:

G#m = 466444
B = 224442
C#m = 446654
F#m = 244222
A = 002220

 

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Last Update: July 16, 2004
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