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Kimbie Tab

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Kimble
~~~~~~
By: Jackson C Frank
Transcribed and tabbed by: John Kean
Capo: 6th fret
Tempo: approx 180 bpm (accelerating)
Though the basic picking pattern for this song is very simple
and repetitive, each verse is different from the others with
bars missing or repeated. By listening to the recording you
can figure the variations out fairly easily.

INTRO:
   , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .
||-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
||-----0---1-------|-----------0-----|-----0--h1-------|
||-----------------|-2-----0---------|-----------------|
||-----0-------0---|-----0-------0---|-----0-------0---|
||-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
||-3-------3-------|-3-------3-------|-3-------3-------|

  , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-----------0-----|-----0--h1-------|-----------0-----|
|-2-----2---------|-----------------|-2-----0---------|
|-----0-------0---|-----0-------0---|-----0-------0---|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-3-------3-------|-3-------3-------|-3-------3-------|

  , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .
|-----------------|-----------------||
|-----0h1---0-----|-------0---------||
|-----------------|-0---------0-----||
|-----0h2-----0---|-----0-------0---||
|-----------------|-----------------||
|-3-------3-------|-3-------3-------||

VERSE:
   , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .
||-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
||-------0---------|-------0h1-------|-----0---1-------|
||-----------0-----|-----------0-----|-----------------|
||-----0-------0---|-----2-------2---|-----0-------0---|
||-----------------|-0-------0-------|-----------------|
||-3-------3-------|-----------------|-3-------3-------|
   Kimble wants a    nine    dollar    shawl

  , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-----------0-----|-------0---------|-------1---------|
|-2-----0---------|-----------0-----|-----------0-----|
|-----0-------0---|-----0-------0---|-----2-------2---|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-3-------3-------|-3-------3-------|-3-------3-------|
                    Kimble wants a    nine

  , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-------1---------|-0h1-------1-----|-----0---1-------|
|-----------0-----|-------0---------|-----------------|
|-----2-------2---|-----2-------2---|-----0-------0---|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-3-------3-------|-3-------3-------|-3-------3-------|
                             dollar   shawl

  , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-----------0-----|-------0---------|-------0---------|
|-2-----0---------|-----------0-----|-----------0-----|
|-----0-------0---|-----0-------0---|-----0-------0---|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-3-------3-------|-3-------3-------|-3-------3-------|
        She wants a nine    dollar    shawl     and I

  , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-------1---------|-----0---1-------|-----------0-----|
|-----------0-----|-----------------|-2-----0---------|
|-----2-------2---|-----0-------0---|-----0-------0---|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-3-------3-------|-3-------3-------|-3-------3-------|
  need a mac  and   all                         Well

  , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .   , . , . , . , .
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
|-------0---------|-------0h1-------|-----0---1-------|
|-----------0-----|-----------0-----|-----------------|
|-----0-------0---|-----2-------2---|-----0-------0---|
|-----------------|-0-------0-------|-----------------|
|-3-------3-------|-----------------|-3-------3-------|
  baby    where you been    so        long?

  , . , . , . , .
|-----------------||
|-----------0-----||
|-2-----0---------||
|-----0-------0---||
|-----------------||
|-3-------3-------||

LYRICS:
Kimble wants a nine dollar shawl
Kimble wants a nine dollar shawl
She wants a nine dollar shawl and I need a mac and all
Well baby where you been so long?
Baby where you been so long?
I been in that state pen with them rough and rowdy
Rough and rowdy, rough and rowdy men
But baby where you been so long?
Baby where you been so long?
I been in your state pen and I gotta go back again
Well baby where you been so long?
Kimble let your hair hang down
Kimble let your hair let it hang down
Let your hair hang down and your bangs all curl around
Kimble let your hair hang down
Kimble let your hair let it hang down
Let your hair hang down and come the morning you know I'll be gone
Well baby let your hair hang down
Well I wished I was a mole in the ground
I wished I were a mole in the ground
Cos' a mole in the ground and I'd tear I'd tear this mountain down
I wished I was a mole in the ground


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microguy wrote on March 29 2013, 03:01 pm

First, I would like to thank the author of this tab. If you look at the verse, I think at the end of the fourth measure the open second string is supposed to be played along with (and not before) the fourth string bass note. It seems to match the recording better when played in this way.

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