Pass Me Not
Key F

(Learn your chord symbols!)

F  Pass
F\A  Me
Bb  not oh
Bdim7  gentle
Am9  Sav  
D7(#9)  vior
Gm7  hear my
C9  humble
F  Cry
[filler F#dim7, Gm7, C9]
F  While
F\A  on
Bb  others
Bdim7  Thou art
Am9 call  
D7(#9)  ing
Gm7  do not
C9  me
F  By
F\Bb
F  
C9  I'm crying
F  Sav-
F\A  ior
Bb9  Sav  
Eb9  ior
Am9  hear my
Dm7  humble
Gm7  cry
C9
Quickly (gospel turn around)
A \C F A
Bb \D G Bb
C \C F A
D \B E Ab
E \Bb D G
F \A C F
F  While (***See below for substitutions)
F\A  on
Bb9  others
Bdim7  Thou art
Am9  call
D7(#9)  ing
Gm7  do not
C9  pass me
F  By
F \Bb
F

(** After the gospel turnaround)

This is an example of the V chord usually leading back to I. In this case, I've substituted for the F (the I chord)
the V7 chord, making it minor, then I7(Dominant!) then you fall into the ever-so-popular, iii, vi, ii, vi, I. This does
not work in EVERY instanceit doesn't always sound goodsometimes you just need to hear that I chord for
definition. But, as you play and experiment, over time you'll just know where it will work and where it won't.
You'll "feel it coming"

Cm9 While (***See below for substitutions)
F9  others Thou art
Am9  call
D7(#9)  ing
Gm7  do not
C9  pass me
F  By
F \Bb
F

I hope this is a blessing.
Lisa






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