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Midnight At The Oasis Chords

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Midnight At The Oasis       - Maria Muldaur

INTRO:
 E/F  A/B B/Db    Gb/Ab Ab/Bb                RIFF A:
|----------------|----------------|         |------------11\6|
|9-----5---7-----|2--2--4-----4---|         |------------11\6|
|9-----6---8-----|3--3--5-----5---|         |----------------|
|9-----7---9-----|4--4--6-----6---|         |----------------|
|9-----x---x-----|x--x--x-----x---|         |----------------|
|------7---9-----|4--4--6-----6---|         |----------------|

1st VERSE:
EbMaj7                   Ab7  Db7   EbMaj7                   Ab7  Db7
      Midnight at the o - a - sis.        Sing your camel to bed.
EbMaj7                     Ab7  Db7  Gb7   B9  Gb/Ab          Bb7
      Shadows painting our fa - ces, tra - ces romance in our heads.

2nd VERSE:
EbMaj7                 Ab7  Db7     EbMaj7 w/RIFF A:        Ab7  Db7
      Heaven holding a half moon.          Shining just for us.
EbMaj7                    Ab7  Db7  Gb7  B9    Gb/Ab            Bb7
      Let's slip off to a sand dune real soon. Kick up a little dust.


BRIDGE:
E     F#6       A             B/Db    E     F#6           A       B/Db
Come  out   the cactus is our friend. He'll point out the way.
E     F#6    A                B/Db   Gb/Ab            Ab/Bb
Come  on    'till the evening ends, 'till the evening ends.


3rd VERSE:
EbMaj7                  Ab7  Db7   EbMaj7                   Ab7  Db7
      You don't have to an - swer.       There's no need to speak.
EbMaj7                   Ab7  Db7   Gb7    B9      Gb/Ab         Bb7
      I'll be your belly dan - cer, pran - cer and you can be my
sheik.


GUITAR SOLO: (Rhythm plays one VERSE & one CHORUS)

4th VERSE:
EbMaj7                      Ab7   Db7   EbMaj7                 Ab7
Db7
      I know your daddy's a sul - tan.        A nomad known to all.
EbMaj7                      Ab7  Db7          Gb7   B9
      With fifty girls to attend him they all send him.
           Gb/Ab               Bb7
      They jump at his beck an call.


5th VERSE:
EbMaj7                      Ab7   Db7   EbMaj7                  Ab7
Db7
      But you won't need no harem honey.      When I am by your side.
EbMaj7                      Ab7  Db7 Gb7  B9        Gb/Ab          Bb7

      And you won't need no ca - mel No   no when I take you for a
ride.

PLAY BRIDGE:

PLAY 1st VERSE:

OUTRO:
 Ab    AbMajb5    Eb    Eb7
|4-----3---------|3-----3----------||
|4-----3---------|4-----2----------||
|5-----4---------|3-----3---------*||
|----------------|1-----1---------*||
|----------------|-----------------||
|4-----4---------|-----------------||
                 play 6 times and end.

CHORD CHARTS:
EbMaj7= X68786   Ab7= 464544   Db7= X46464   Gb7= 242322   B9= X21222
Gb/Ab= 4X432X   E/F= X9999X   A/B= 7X765X   B/Db= 9X987X   Bb7= 686766
Ab/Bb= 6X654X   E= X7999X   F#6= X 9 11 11 11 11  A= X0765X

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Tomthe3rd wrote on February 21 2008, 06:00 am

Isn't there an easier way to play this song??

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surfkat59 wrote on February 26 2013, 04:21 pm

Probably is, but this way as shown is THE way.

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CPWKruger wrote on November 4 2013, 06:05 pm

A knew a jazz guitarist who was always puzzled how to play the guitar solo in this song and I have never seen it transcribed.

Anyone willing to take a crack at it?

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