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Piano Tab, Accords



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F>  This song is Hearltess by Kanye West. Upercase letters indicate sharps. I played thentierly by ear so most of the notes are probably wrong. Kayne doesn't play this song with 
R>   a piano so I tried my best to convert it piano format. I think it still sounds good.
.>  
T>   R3|-a-------------|
A>   R4|---C-d-d-e-d c |
B>   L2|-e-------------|
N>   L2|-a-------------|
A>   
B>    In the night I hear him talk
B>  
E>   
R>   R3|-D-----B---------|
.>   R4|---e-f---D-c-f-C-|
C>   R4|---------------- |
O>   L2|-f---------------|
M>   L2|-g---------------|
->    
F>   The coldest story ever told
R>   
.>   R3|-B---------g--g-|
T>   R4|--f--c--d--C--D-|
A>   R4|-----F--g-------|
B>   L2|-F------------e-|
N>   L2|-G------------G-|
A>   L2|-b------------b-|


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bob
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1 year ago
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10 years ago
Just to help you out a little so your tabs will play in the MIDI player, here are some pointers:
1) On the left hand side of your tabs you need to list the 'RH' and 'LH' before the octave (or you could just use 'R' and 'L' since the 'H' is really not necessary unless it's a Jerry Lee Lewis tune where you might have to use your feet, too- RF & LF);
2) You need to list the lines in each 'stave' (1st set of lines comprising the bass and treble clef) in descending octave order (8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1) going down the page;
3) It's not necessary (and probably wrong for the song) to put a dash before every first note of every line.
4) You need to include dashes all the way across on every line where there's not a note to be played.
Here are 2 examples of what would be correct for the 1st stave (one with 'RH' & 'LH', and one with just 'R' & 'L' for right and left hands.)

RH4|--C-d-d-e-d-c-|
RH3|a-------------|
LH2|e-------------|
LH2|a-------------|

R4|--C-d-d-e-d-c-|
R3|a-------------|
L2|e-------------|
L2|a-------------|

Take a look at my 'Ultimate Tab Lesson' (see link below) and it should help you figure out how to do the proper timing.
http://tabnabber.com/view_Tab.asp?tabID=9972&a...

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