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PASSIONATE KISSES (Lucinda Williams)
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  * These chords match Mary-Chapin Carpenter's cover version.
  * Lucinda Williams' recording of this song is in E, so you'd have to put
a capo at the fourth fret to match the recording if you use these chords.
  * Mary-Chapin Carpenter's recording is in D, and I know she plays it in 
C with a capo at the second fret.
  * In the instrumental bits, I put bar lines (|) to separate measures;
everywhere else in the song, one chord is one measure.
  * The rhythm guitar doesn't actually play all those chords in the intro,
but it sounds neat.  (It actually plays just C G Am F.)
  * Mix up some (9)'s with the C's and F's.

C  G/B  Am7  F(9)
[piano intro]

x32013 x32011   x32010  32003x 320030   32001x  x02210 x02200 x02210  x33211
C      C(addF)  C    |  G      G(addE)  G(4) |  Am     Am(9)  Am   |  F     |
[intro]
C      C(addF)  C    |  G      G(addE)  G(4) |  Am     Am(9)  Am   |  F     |
[intro]

C            G
   Is it too much to ask
         Am7                        F
I want a comfortable bed that won't hurt my back
C          G
   Food to fill me up
    Am7              F
And warm clothes and all that stuff
 
C                   Em7
   Shouldn't I have this
                 Am7
Shouldn't I have this
                 F
Shouldn't I have all of this, and
 
C             F
   Passionate kisses
C             F
   Passionate kisses, whoa oh oh
C             F
   Passionate kisses
     C  C(addF)  C  |  G  G(addE)  G  |  Am  Am(9)  Am  |  F  |
from you
 
Is it too much to demand
I want a full house and a rock and roll band
Pens that won't run out of ink
And cool quiet and time to think

Shouldn't I have this
Shouldn't I have this
Shouldn't I have all of this, and

Passionate kisses
Passionate kisses, whoa oh oh
Passionate kisses
     C   C
from you 

Dm7  G  F  F(9)    Dm7  E7  Am  G  G
[guitar solo]

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Do I want too much Am I going overboard to want that touch I shout it out to the night "Give me what I deserve, 'cause it's my right" Shouldn't I have this (shouldn't I) Shouldn't I have this (shouldn't I) Shouldn't I have all of this, and Passionate kisses Passionate kisses, whoa oh oh Passionate kisses from C F [the F is actually single notes: C-F-F-F-F-E-D---] from you Passionate kisses Passionate kisses, whoa oh oh Passionate kisses C C(addF) C | G G(addE) G | Am Am(9) Am | F | from you C C(addF) C | G G(addE) G | Am Am(9) Am | F | (Passionate kisses) (Passionate kisses) C C(addF) C | G G(addE) G | Am Am(9) Am | F | from you (Passionate kisses) (Passionate kisses) [repeat and fade] Someone met John Jenning's (MCC's guitarist) after a concert and asked him how he plays this song in concert; he wrote it down in standard musical notation, someone sent it to me, and I converted it to tablature. (But there's no guarantee that this is where John Jennings puts his fingers.) The ">" marks are accents. [Note that this is NOT the recorded version; this is how Jennings plays it on stage with a smaller band. The recorded version has more than one electric guitar.] D A Bm7 G E ----------------|----------------|----------------|----------------| B 10----8-----7---|5-----7---------|3-----2---------|----3-----3---3-| G --7-----7-----7-|--7-----7---7---|--4-----4---4---|--0-----2-------| D ----7-----7-----|----7-----7---7-|----4-----4---4-|5-----4-----2---| A ----------------|----------------|----------------|----------------| E +---+---+---+---|+---+---+---+---|+---+---+---+---|+---+---+---+---| > > > > > > > > > > > > Here it is in C (capo 2; I changed a couple notes to make it easier): C G Am7 F E 3-----1-----0---|----------------|----------------|----------------| B --1-----1-----1-|3-----5---------|1-----0---------|----1-----1-----| G ----0-----0-----|--5-----5---5---|--2-----2---2---|--0-----0-----0-| D ----------------|----5-----5---5-|----2-----2---2-|3-----2-----0---| A ----------------|----------------|----------------|----------------| E +---+---+---+---|+---+---+---+---|+---+---+---+---|+---+---+---+---| > > > > > > > > > > > > - Adam Schneider, schneider@pobox.com








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