Teardrop Uke tab by Massive Attack

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A chordA
Love love is a verb
G chordG
Love is a doing word
D chordD A chordA
Fearless on my breath

A chordA
Gentle impulsion
G chordG
Shakes me makes me lighter
D chordD A chordA
Fearless on my breath

F chordF
Teardrop on the fire
G chordG A chordA
Fearless on my breath

A chordA
Nine Night of matter
G chordG
Black flowers blossom
D chordD A chordA
Fearless on my breath

F chordF
Black flowers blossom
G chordG A chordA
Fearless on my breath

F chordF
Teardrop on the fire
G chordG
Fearless on my

A chordA G chordG D chordD A chordA

A chordA
Water is my eye
G chordG
Most faithful mirror
D chordD A chordA
Fearless on my breath

A chordA
Teardrop on the fire
G chordG
Of a confession
D chordD A chordA
Fearless on my breath

F chordF
Most faithful mirror
G chordG A chordA
Fearless on my breath

F chordF
Teardrop on the fire
G chordG A chordA
Fearless on my breath

Stumbling a little
Stumbling a little

A chordA G chordG D chordD A chordA
A chordA G chordG D chordD A chordA
F chordF G chordG A chordA
F chordF
G chordG (hold)
F chordF (hold)

 

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Masterful tabbing. Amazing in that it is only slightly off in the original, in the Newton Faulkner, Civil Twilight, cordayrox, Elbow, RHCP, and Simple Minds versions. It is only slightly off to all of them, and seems to be the same amount off. Now here is the amazing thing - almost none of them are in the same key, and some aren't even the same octave. Bravo, mon amie!
20 Dec 2011
About this song

Teardrop is a song by Massive Attack which was first released on their 1998 album Mezzanine. It was released as a single on April 21, 1998. The song became another UK hit for the group, peaking at number 10 on the UK singles chart, and later becoming well-known as the theme for US television series House MD. The original version of the song features vocals by Elizabeth Fraser (of the Cocteau Twins). Fraser's vocal part was recorded just after she was given the news that Jeff Buckley, with whom she had a close personal relationship, was missing in the Wolf River of Memphis, Tennessee.