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	Ohio (performed acoustic)
				  by Neil Young
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	Transcribed & corrected by Soenen Martijn (martijnsoenen@hotmail.com) 22:15 03/01/2001

        Originally submitted by: Malc Brookes (Malc@malbro.demon.co.uk)

	NOTES :

	Political activism in the rock world was already at a peak in 1970 when president Richard
	Nixon ordered the Ohio National Guard to Kent State University to confront Vietnam War
	student protestors. Young wrote this huge hit and poignant anti-war rallying cry after
	learning the outcome of the tragic event.

	This acoustic version is taken off the Solo Trans video. It uses the "Dropped D" tuning,
	though you can play it in the standard tuning. (That's what I always do with this song).
	Anyway, I made  some corrections in the intro. I tabbed also an alternative intro that
	sounds very good on an acoustic guitar. It's just a kind of progression on the normal
	intro. For the normal intro, see the verse. In the second and fourth line of the
	chorus you can replace the Gm7(II) and C8th just by playing the same chords as the first
	and the third line if you think the special chords are too difficult.

	CHORDS used in this song:

	        DADGBD			    DADGBD

	D5	000320		Gm7 (II)    550030
	Gm7 (I) 353333
	Fmaj7   x03210		D10th 	    12 10 10 00 xx xx
	C       x32010		C8th        10 xx 10 00 08 xx

	INTRO:

	    D5          F    C          D5             F     C
	D|---------------------------|-----------------------------|
	B|-----3------3--------------|-------3------3--------------|
	G|-----0h2--2---0----0----0--|-------0h2--2----0-----0-----|
	D|--0--------------3---------|--0-----------------3--------|
	A|-----------------------3---|--------------------------3--|
	D|---------------------------|-----------------------------|

	VERSE:

	    D5               F      C              D5               F         C
	D|--------------------------------------|------------------------------------|
	B|-------3------3----3------------------|-------3------3----3----------------|
	G|-------0h2----2----0------0--------0--|-------0h2----2----0---------0------|
	D|--0------------------3----------------|--0---------------------3-----------|
	A|------------------------------3-------|---------------------------------3--|
	D|--------------------------------------|------------------------------------|

	    Tin soldiers and   Nixon coming,        We're finally   on our    -   own
	    This Summer I hear the drumming,        Four  dead in   -    O -  hi - o

	CHORUS:

	Gm7(I)                 C
	  Gotta get down to it, soldiers are cutting us down
	Gm7(II)                        C8th
	  Should have been done long ago
	Gm7(I)                     C
	  What if you knew her and, found her dead on the ground
	Gm7(II)                    C8th
	  How can you run when you know?
	D10th

	(Play INTRO)

	VERSE:

	La la la la, la la, la la
	La la la la, la la, la
	La la la la, la la, la la
	La la la la, la la, la

	D10th or rather D5

	CHORUS

	Repeat VERSE 1

	Repeat last line a few times

	You can finish the by replacing the last note of the main riff by playing a C strum:

	    D5         F     C         D5       F     C
	D|---------------------------|----------------------0---|
	B|-----3----3--3-------------|-----3----3--3--------1---|
	G|-----0h2--2--0-----0----0--|-----0h2--2--0-----0--0---|
	D|--0-------------3----------|--0-------------3-----2---|
	A|---------------------3-----|----------------------3---|
	D|---------------------------|----------------------0---|

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WCS_Is_Worse1 wrote on December 5 2006, 03:50 pm

no comments on this this is most excellent and richard nixon was the worst president ever worse then bush

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trikerider2oo7 wrote on February 22 2007, 09:24 pm

dropped d tuning is DADGBE. what you are showing is actually called double dropped d (DADGBD). just wanted to clear that up

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voodoonirvana wrote on March 31 2007, 03:03 am

what the hell is c8th?

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