Slide Away Uke tab by Oasis

6 Chords used in the song: Am,G,F,C,E,A

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VERSE


Am Am G G F F
Slide away and give it all you've got
Am Am G G F F
My today fell in from the top
Am Am G G F F
I dream of you and all the things you say
Am Am G G F F
I wonder where you are now

Am Am G G F F
Hold me down, all the world's asleep
Am Am G G F F
I need you now, you've knocked me off my feet
Am Am G G F F
I dream of you and we talk of growing old
Am Am G G F F
But you said: "please, don't!"


G G F F G G F F
Slide in, baby - together we'll fly
G G F F G G G G F F
I've tried praying, but I don't know what you're saying to me



CHORUS

C C
Now that you're mine
G G F F
We'll find a way of chasing the sun
Am Am G G
Let me be the one that shines with you
F F
In the morning
F F
We don't know what to do
C C
Two of a kind
G G F F
We'll find a way to do what we've done
Am Am G G
Let me be the one that shines with you
F F G G
And we can slide away
F F G G
Slide away
F F G G
Slide away

G G E E
Away


#Repeat verse and chorus


#Repeat G G and F F a few times

 

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hadobac avatar
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Can someone update with the end part with 'I don't know, I don't care' part? itherwise this will be a 10/10 tab!
15 Feb 2017
Jutezu avatar
Sorry, I put wrong chords in the part "But you said: 'please, don't!'" (It's only 'Am', not Am, G and F).
10 Jan 2013
About this song

"Slide Away" is a song by English rock band Oasis, written by lead guitarist Noel Gallagher. It features on their debut album Definitely Maybe, on the "Whatever" single, On the Champagne Supernova single and on their best-of album, Stop the Clocks. Arguably the first Oasis love song, Noel wrote it about an imaginary teenage love affair. Both of the Gallagher brothers claim that the song should be played more often at concerts, and although it is rarely played, it remains a fan favourite. However, it was included on the set list of the band's recent Dig Out Your Soul Tour.