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From My Own True Love Lost At Sea Chords

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Tabbed by: TimMobbs
Email: sloths_magic_hat@hotmail.com

Tuning: Standard EADGBE
Capo 3rd fret

For real beginners, i have written out the 
tablature of the chords, with a few of the
from the first line of each verse to keep 
you on track, it also gives you an idea of the
as well. for guitarists who already know 
their chords, go straight to the bottom for the 
list with the lyrics :)
Enjoy!

Intro:

e|-0-0--|
B|-1-1--|
G|-2-2--|
D|-2-2--|
A|-0-0--|
E|------|

Verse Riff A:

e|------0-0---0-0----0-0----0--3-|
B|------1-1---1-1----1-1----1--3-|
G|------2-2---2-2----2-2----2--0-| Repeat Riff A once more
D|------2-2---2-2----2-2----2--0-|
A|----0-0-0---0-0--0-0-0----0--2-|
E|-----------0------------0---3--|

Verse Riff B:

     Four|Score|Ye--ars...|                                 1st Time Bar
e|-------|0-0--|----0-0---|--0-0--0-0--3-3--0-0--0-0---0-0-|---0--3-----|
B|-------|1-1--|----1-1---|--1-1--1-1--2-2--1-1--1-1---1-0-|---1--3-----|
G|-------|2-2--|----2-2---|--2-2--2-2--3-3--2-2--2-1---2-2-|---2--0-----|
D|-------|2-2--|----2-2---|--2-2--2-2--0-0--2-2--2-2---2-2-|---2--0-----|
A|---0---|0-0--|----0-0---|-0-----0-0------0-----0-0-0-0-0-|---0--2-----|
E|-------|-----|0---------|------0--------------0----------|-0---3------|

Play riff B twice, but on the second time around, instead of playing the 1st time bar,
the second time bar, which is just below here, and then go into the chorus.

2nd Time Bar:
e|---0-------|
B|---0-------|
G|---0-------|
D|---2-------|
A|---2-------|
E|-0---2-----|

Chorus Riff A

     Mister| Postma--n |                          1st Time Bar (chorus)
e|---3---3-|-----3---3-|---3-3---3-3---0-0---0-0-|---0---0------------|
B|---3---3-|-----3---3-|---3-3---3-3---1-1---1-1-|---1---0------------|
G|---0---0-|-----0---0-|---0-0---0-0---2-2---2-2-|---2---0------------|
D|---0---0-|-----0---0-|---0-0---0-0---2-2---2-2-|---2---2------------|
A|---2---2-|-----2---2-|---2-2---2-2-0-0-0---0-0-|-0-----2------------|
E|-3-3---3-|-3---3---3-|-3-3-3-3-3-3-------0-----|-----0---2----------|

Play the Chorus Riff A, then the 1st Time bar (Chorus), play the Chorus Riff A once
but instead of playing the second Time Bar (chorus) play the 2nd Time Bar (chorus)and go
chorus riff B.

  2nd Time Bar (chorus
e|---1-1---1-1---1-1----1-1--|
B|---1-1---1-1---1-1----1-1--|
G|---2-2---2-2---2-2----2-2--|
D|---3-3---3-3---3-3----3-3--|
A|---3-3---3-3---3-3----3-3--|
E|-1-----1-----1------1------|

Chorus Riff B

   own| true| love|               |Lost| at|sea|             (lost|at|
e|----|-0-0-|---0-|-0---0-0---0-0-|----|-3-|3--|---3-3---3-3-|----|--|
B|----|-1-1-|---1-|-1---1-1---1-1-|----|-3-|3--|---3-3---3-3-|----|--|
G|----|-2-2-|---2-|-2---2-2---2-2-|----|-0-|0--|---0-0---0-0-|----|--|
D|----|-2-2-|---2-|-2---2-2---2-2-|----|-0-|0--|---0-0---0-0-|----|--|
A|-0--|-0-0-|---0-|-0-0-0-0---0-0-|----|-2-|2--|---2-2---2-2-|----|3-|
E|----|-----|-0---|---------0-----|-3--|-3-|3--|-3-3-3-3-3-3-|-3--|--|

The rest of the song is the following:

Verse Riff A
1st Time Bar
Verse Riff A
2nd Time Bar
Chorus Riff A
1st Time Bar (chorus)
Chorus Riff B
2nd Time Bar (chorus)

Finish off by repeating the Verse Riff A, and the 1st Time Bar as many times as you
and finishing on on Am chord (the chord in the intro)

Chords:

Am         Am/E   Am     Am/E
         Am    Am/E    Am    Am/E     D
Four score years, living down in this rain swept town.

Am       Am/E   Am       Am/E
         Am   Am/E     Am    Am/E     D
Sea salt tears, swimming round as the rain comes down.

G                             Am         Am/E
Mister Postman, do you have a letter for me?

G                             Am         Am/E  F
Mister Postman, do you have a letter for me?   A letter for me?

Am               Am/E  G             G    C
Am
From my own true love, lost at sea. (lost at sea)

The rest of the song is a repeat of what 
is already there, it shouldn't take too much
effort to figure out :)
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TimMobbs wrote on October 17 2006, 12:39 pm

it would appear some of the text i typed got cut off the end of the pages, which is why some of the sentances don't make much sense :S
One mistake i have spotted; On the chordsheet, don't forget the D major chord, when Colin sings "rain swept town" and "rain comes down" Listen to the song and you'll be able to figure it out.
Tim

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osiris45 wrote on July 12 2009, 10:34 pm

another thing, and i'm not sure if this is on the record but i recall hearing it when they play it live, in the transition back to the verse from the chorus, after he hits the 3 on the E (as he sings "lost"), he'll hit 4 on the low E, a G# relative to the capo, for one note (as he is sings "at") then to the 0 on the A string (as he sings "sea"). other than this, the tab is perfect, and im glad someone actually realized the song is played on a capo, as they have mentioned when playing it live. and it makes it incredibly easier to play concerning the 3 on the E string during the Am verse. Thanks a ton for posting this!

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clarknhillside wrote on October 24 2009, 03:24 pm

Nice work, but I think the G chord at the end of Riff A should be replaced with Am/G (302010) relative to capo.

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