Tainted Love Uke tab by Soft Cell

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F# chordF# A chordA D chordD A chordA B chordB F# chordF# A chordA D chordD
sometimes i feel ive got to run away

A chordA B chordB F# chordF# A chordA D chordD A chordA B chordB F# chordF# A chordA D chordD AB
ive got to get away from the pain u drive into my heart

F# chordF# A chordA D chordD A chordA B chordB F# chordF# A chordA D chordD
the love we share seems to go nowhere

A chordA B chordB F# chordF# A chordA D chordD A chordA B chordB F# chordF#(hold)
though i lost my light and i toss and turn i cant sleep at night


Prechorus!!!


F# chordF# A chordA
once i ran from u now i run from u
D chordD B chordB
this tainted love u give me i give all a boy can give u
B chordB
TAKE MY TEARS AND THATS NOT REALLY ALL!!!!!

Chorus

F# chordF# ADAB
tainted love(woh)

F# chordF#ADAB

tainted love (woh)

F# chordF# A chordA D chordD A chordA B chordB F# chordF# A chordA D chordD AB
now i know ive got to run away ive got to get away
F# chordF#
u dont really dont want any more from me


VErse (same as other verse)


to make things write u need some one to hold u tight
and u think love is to pray but sorry i dont pray thaat way


pre chorus


Chorusx2

 

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About this song

"Tainted Love", composed by Ed Cobb, sung by Gloria Jones, attained worldwide fame after being covered by Soft Cell in 1981, and has since been covered by numerous other groups and artists. Soft Cell's record label chose to release "Tainted Love" on July 7, 1981 as the band's second single (their first was "Memorabilia", which did not chart). The label implied that this single would be Soft Cell's final release if the single did not sell. Produced by Mike Thorne, the track was recorded in a day and a half with the first of two vocal takes being ultimately used on the record.