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Tabs for "The Rising Surf" permalink


joergsporer - 26 Nov 2003 13:14:56 permalink

Hello!
Has anybody tabs, chords or similar for "The Rising Surf" by Richie
Allen?
Thank you
Joerg

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efrem_the_retarded_rabbit - 27 Nov 2003 02:10:30 permalink

--- In , "joergsporer"
<joerg.sporer@w...> wrote:
> Hello!
>
> Has anybody tabs, chords or similar for "The Rising Surf" by Richie
> Allen?
>
> Thank you
> Joerg
The chord progression is A-C-A-G, and here's what I have for the
verse melody:
e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|------------------10-----------------------------------------------|
G|-------5--7--7/9------7--5-------5--7--7/9-7/9-7p5-----------------|
D|--7~------------------------7~---------------------7p5-------------|
A|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
I'm not 100% sure about the bridges, but they're most likely some
variation on (0-1-4-5-7-8).
Hope this helps,
-Warren

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