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Postby Tony » Sun Mar 12, 2006 8:56 pm

Yeah, but uh it's tucked away in alternative recordings or some such, not its own thread. Do a search, should turn it up :) I think Rod Cow posted one in such a thread.
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Postby daveb » Mon Mar 13, 2006 11:00 am

Maybe not in the same key, but if you hold a basic D chord, play the A,F#, D notes, then add the G above F#, return to F#, then drop to open E, you've cracked the first part. The next chord is A, played on the 5th fret, same bottom three strings, addings G and F# notes to the picking, you've got it. I am doing this from memory as I'm at work. As I say I've not worked out the key, but this the tune. Top Draw!
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Feelin' & Looking Glass.

Postby Syl » Wed Mar 15, 2006 12:16 am

Courtesy of Paul, found it stashed in this thread..

http://www.thelas.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1162&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0

Rod Cow wrote:Well done,Flying Machine,not bad!You have the riff and solo very nearly spot on.
How long have you been playing?What did you record on?

Just a few helpful tips for playing Feelin'
I know you've got some of it right and I hope this will plug the gaps.
The chords are

Intro Notes(over A maj Chord)

A------C------A------G x6

Verse Chords-

A______________________________________________F#m_________
Woke up with a Feelin' and found me lying on the floor,LookuptotheCeling

D_______________________
I Must Be Dreamin

A____________________________________________
When I get that feeling,Oh My Lord I can't take no more

__E_____D/F#___________G__________E/Ab____________A________
022100 200232________320033______4x0100__________x02220____
Bass Notes (E/F#/G/Ab/A)

Also,Ben here's my way of playing Looking Glass(slightly simplified)
(Play the D to Dm chord changes by taking your middle finger off the highest e-string of a D chord and putting it at the 3rd fret of the D string without moving the other two fingers,like this


D_________/Dm
x00_232__/__x03__230
EAD GBE_/___EAD_GBE

Looking Glass
Intro.
C____________________________A
C____________________________A
C____________________________A
D_A____D_A____D_A_D_____D(sus2)
__________________________x00230

A__________________F#m_________________
A__________________D___________F#m____


A________________________F#m_________________
Oh Tell me where I'm going___Tell me where I'm bound

A_________________D___________F#m______
Turn The pages over,Turn the world around

A______________________F#m_______________
Open up the broken door,For all lost will be found

A________________________D____________F#m______
Walk into the empty room but never make a sound

A_______________________D____________F#m______
Oh tell me where I'm going,Tell me why I'm bound

A___________________Dm____________A_____
To tear the pages open,Turn the world around

A__________D_________Dm__________G________

A__________D_________Dm__________G________

A__________________D__________________Dm_________________G_
I've seen everybody__Everybody's seen me__In the looking glass
A__________________D__________________Dm_____________
I'm in everybody_____evrybody's in me_____In the stone is cast

_____G______________D_______________Dm_________A___D___Dm
The Glass is smashed

G____________A_______________G_______________A_______

ETC......

Hope these are of use.

Cheers,
Paul
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Postby Johan Cruyff » Wed Mar 15, 2006 2:10 pm

Theres two more of Rods tabs in this thread, Freedom song and I am the key - both spot on :D

http://www.thelas.org/forums/viewtopic. ... tab+chords
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Postby BRIGHTS » Mon Mar 20, 2006 1:53 pm

Is 'sweet 35' tabbed?
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Postby Zippy » Wed Mar 22, 2006 1:53 pm

BRIGHTS wrote:Is 'sweet 35' tabbed?


or something I said?
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Postby Johan Cruyff » Wed Mar 22, 2006 2:00 pm

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Postby Rod Cow » Fri Feb 09, 2007 7:17 pm

Thanks for the compliments chaps :)

I'd forgotten about those!

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Postby BRIGHTS » Wed Mar 07, 2007 4:05 pm

'Something i said' is simple isn't it? tune down Eb as norm, G/Em/C/G. Thats what it sounds like but i don't have me guit with me to check. Most of the time its his rhythms that make the simple chords sound so goo. 'When will i see you again' PLay G then just keep ya hand in that position but play C B A on the bass strings then back to G chord, the other bit is just D then play E hit the F# on the same string whilst keeping on the D shape and then C then repeat.
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