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Pleasant Valley Sunday Tab

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this is the correct intro to this song; yet another slice of genius from a band who 
didn't play their own instruments.....it's definitely a tricky little f---er; listening to 
song is penultimate to nailing this riff.

e----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
b----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
g----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
d----7-------5s4p0-----2------0---4h5p4p0---7------5s4p0-----2-----0-4h5p4p0-|
a--0------0---------0------0--------------------0---------0-----0------------|
E----------------------------------------------------------------------------|


                                           Amaj for 4 measures (4/4 time)
               (with intro riff in backround for last 2 of those 4 measures)
e------------------------------------------5--------------------------------|
b------------------------------------------5--------------------------------|
g------------------------------------------6--------------------------------|
d----7-------5s4p0-----2------0--4h5p4p0---7--------------------------------|
a---------0---------0------0---------------7--------------------------------|
E------------------------------------------5--------------------------------|


 then G for 2 measures
e----3-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
b----3-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
g----4-----------------and the rest is history somewhere else on this--------|
d----5---------------------------------website-------------------------------|
a----5-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
E----3-----------------------------------------------------------------------|

with love and good luck,
great scott
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Scribbler68 wrote on March 24 2008, 11:04 am

I'm grateful for you having posted your version of it, because I wouldn't have been able to work it out without using this as a base, but you've over-complicated it slightly. I tried it repeatedly with your version but the rhythm just wouldn't work, so I went back to the record, and listening carefully I reckon that instead of your 4h5p4p0, it's simply 5p4p0
Thanks again though.

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Beatlesfan9 wrote on February 28 2011, 05:48 pm

The monkees could play their own instruments, so don't say they couldnt. It was just their first record where they couldn't do anything. The record company finally let them play their own instruments and they then recorded headquarters which was all them playing every instrument except for on one song. So don't say they couldn't play their own instruments, because they all came from musical backgrounds.

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440a wrote on March 15 2012, 02:04 pm

The Monkees did play on this track... also saw that Peter Tork played the harpsichord on 'The Girl That I Knew Somewhere'.

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