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Postby Phieniac » Thu May 17, 2007 5:06 pm

Does anyone have the chords/tab to the that one?
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Postby Tony » Thu May 17, 2007 5:08 pm

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Postby Phieniac » Thu May 17, 2007 5:13 pm

Tony wrote:http://www.geocities.com/mavers81


Haha, i just checked that site but didn't find it. Cheers!
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Postby Syl » Thu May 17, 2007 6:02 pm

Phieniac wrote:
Tony wrote:http://www.geocities.com/mavers81


Haha, i just checked that site but didn't find it. Cheers!


Main page, far right, top of column, 'Over'.

Here's a direct link.

http://www.geocities.com/mavers81/Over.txt
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Postby Rod Cow » Fri May 18, 2007 12:34 am

Hi,

I think it's a little bit wrong that tab.

I did some tab on here but mine was wrong in places too.

It's deff. not a Bm7 like it says on that page but a good old fashioned standard B7 IMO.
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Postby Rod Cow » Mon May 21, 2007 4:54 pm

Hi,

Below is my latest attempt at the song and it's a correction of my last attempt.

For some reason it's seems this is a difficult song to work out.

The chords on the other "La's Tablature" page was quite a way off (no offence whoever you are).

I'm not sure I'm 100% right myself here but after playing both versions on my guitar I think this one sounds more accurate than the other version.


So anyway:-

This is the intro

E_7_7_7_7__9___11___12___14_____15_____________________
B_0_0_0_0____0____0____0_____0_________________________


E_7_7_7_7__9___11___12___14_____15_____________________
B_0_0_0_0____0____0____0_____0_________________________




E___7_7__6-7___6-7-8-7-6-8-7-6_______________________________
B___0_0__0_0___0___0__0___0___________________________________



E_7_7_7_7__9___11___12___14_____15_____________________
B_0_0_0_0____0____0____0_____0_________________________



Em_____________________________________G________A_____


Em ___G_____A_________B7______Em
"Over....The storm is over"
Em____G ____A_________B7 ______Em


G______B7_______Em
"The rain has fallen"
G______B7_______Em

G______B7_______Em


G______A________Em
"And we're on our way!"


G________________A
"On and on and......"
G________________A


Em______G____A___B7____Em
"Over"

The parts of lyrics are just a guide to which part you are playing.They don't line up properly for where to change chord so just change when you think you should.

Tips-

Play the 'A'chord nearly as usual but with the 'B' string open-ie your third finger off (this chord is called "Asus2")

Play the B7 and G in the old school style.....

Like this--

--- A ---------------- B7 -------------------------- G -------

...........FINGERS

e__0__(open)__ _2__(little)_______ ____3__(3rd)
b__0__(open)__ _0__(open)_______ ____0__(open)
g__2__(2nd)___ __2__(third)_______ ____0__(open)
d__2__(first)___ __1__(second)_____ ____0__(open)
a__0__(open)__ __2__(first)________ ____2__(1st-or mute)
e__x__(mute)__ __x__(mute/don't play)____3__(2nd)


By the time the second verse comes you can emulate the vocal harmony by playing this for a G chord if you want but only on the first part of the verse ("o-VER") then revert to normal G for the 2nd half of verse.


e__x___(mute)
b__2___(1st)
g__2___(2nd)
d__0___(open)
a__x___(open)
e__3___(3rd)


Good Luck,
Paul




Solo-

Hemmings plays a jazzy impov around this scale-

E--12----14----15---17----19
B--12----13----15------------
G--11----12----14-------------------
D--12-----14-----------
A
E

Start at the 14th fret of D and just use these notes in a sort of random order-You should be able to hear certain phrases just by playing the notes in order(low to hi).



Good Luck,
Cheers,
Paul


PS-As usual I don't wish to question anybody's abilities as a guitarist ,but neither do I assume everyone knows lots about chord shapes so I've explained it all in detail so anyone can have a go.
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