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Song Name: Tennessee Waltz (tongue blocking) By: Petty Page
Posted By: MuhaFranz Difficulty: Intermediate
Key: Any Genre: Country
Harp Type: Diatonic Audio:
Created: 2011-08-29 05:19:11 Modified: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
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Song:

Tennessee Waltz

 

Please Note my Tabs: / = one hole blocking
// = two holes blocking
/// = three holes blocking
(3//6) =blowig hole 3 and 6, blocking hole 4 and 5

 

I.

(1//4) -(1//4)(2//5)(3//6)(1//4)

  I       was  dan - cing  with     

-(1//4)(2//5)(3//6)

   my   dar - ling 

 

(4//7) -(4///8)(5//8)(6//9)(5//8) -(4///8)

  to      the    Ten – nes – se   -   e

(4//7) -(56)

 Waltz_____.

 

(4//7)(4//7)(4//7)(3//6)

 When   an   old   friend

(2//5) -(56)(3//6)(2//5) -(1//4)

   I     hap-pend   to     see.

 

II.

(1//4) -(1//4)(2//5)(3//6) 

  In  -   tro-duced   him

(1//4)-(1//4)(2//5)(3//6)

  to     my  loved  one 

 

(4//7) -(4///8)(5//8)(6//9)

 and     while   th -  ey

(5//8) -(4///8)(4//7) -(56)

   we  -  re     dan - cing.

 

(4//7)(4//7) (3//6)

  My  friend stole

(2//5) -(45)(2//5) -(1//4)(1//4)

  my    sweetheart   from   me.

 

 

III.

(4//7) -(4///8)(5//8)(5//8)(5//8) -(4///8) 

  I        re – mem  - ber  the     night 

(5//8) -(4///8)(4//7)(4//7) -(56)(3//6)

 and      the   Ten -  nes - see  Waltz.

 

(4//7)(4//7)(4//7)(3//6)

 Now    I    know  just

(2//5) -(56)(3//6)(2//5) -(1//4)

 how    much  I    have    lost. 

 

 

II.

Yes I lost my little darling 

the night they were playing.

The beautiful Tennessee Waltz.

 

III.

I remember the night 

and the Tennessee Waltz.

Now I know just how much I have lost.

 

IV.

(1//4) -(1//4)(2//5)(3//6) 

 Yes      I    lost   my

(1//4) -(1//4)(2//5)(3//6)

  Litt -  le   dar - ling 

 

(4//7) -(4///8)(5//8)(6//9)

  the    night    th - ey

 (5//8) -(4///8)(4//7) -(56)

    we  -  re    play - ing.

 

(4//7)(4//7)(3//6)(2//5)

  The  beau – ti - ful

-(56)(3//6) -(4///8)(4//7)

 Ten – nes  -  see   Waltz.

 

 


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