Words & Music:

Steve Clark, Joe Elliott,

R.J. Lange, Rick Savage & Pete Willis


This is fully transcribed in the July 1999 issue of Guitar World.  Originally all guitars were tuned down a half-step (Eb Ab Db Gb Eb).


Intro: [recording will instruct the rhythm as you repeat this figure]

               E5     B     A5   D5/A



G---------------9-9-9-9-9---7-7---7-%without open "A"string-


A--0--(let ring)--------------------------------------------



D5/A        E5  B         A5 D5/A             E5  B          A5  D5/A

I'm outta luck---, outta love---. Got a photograph, picture of---

A passion killer, you're too much.  You're the only one I wanna touch.

I see your face every time I dream.  On every page, every magazine.

E5       E                       E5        E   B       A        A5

So wild, so free, so far from me.  You're all I want, my fantasy.



Csus2 G                  Asus4  A                     Asus4 A Asus2 A

    Oh, look what you've done-- to this rock 'n' roll clown.

    Oh, Oh, look what you've done!



G/B     C   Dadd4    Em(add2)

Photograph - I don't want your

G/B     C   Dadd4    Em(add2)

Photograph - I don't need your

G/B     C   Dadd4    Em(add2)  G/B     C

Photograph - All I've got is a photograph; but it's not enough.


I'd be your lover, if you were there.  Put your hurt on me, if you dare.

Such a woman, you got style.  You make every man feel like a child.

You got some kinda hold on me.  You're all wrapped up in mystery.

So wild so free so far from me.  You're all I want, my fantasy.





[n.c.]             C  D  E

I wanna touch you!


[to CHORUS, then solo out on G/B  C  Em(add2)  Dadd4]


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