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Highway 61 Revisited Chords

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Highway 61 Revisited - Bob Dylan

Tabbed by: Wilber
E-mail: timi_hendrix1@hotmail.com

Tuning: Standard

Chords used:  G#  A  C#7/G#  D7/A  D#7/A#  E7/B
             E-2--5----x------x------x------x--
             B-2--5----2------3------4------5--
             G-3--6----4------5------6------7--
             D-4--7----3------4------5------6--
             A-4--7----x------x------x------x--
             E-2--5----4------5------6------7--


Intro: G# A  G# A

Verse: G#  A                                  G#     
       Oh God Said to Abraham "Kill me a son"
        A                                         G#
       Abe says, "Man you must be puttin' me on."
        A                              G#
       God say, "No."  Abe say, "What?"
        A
       God say, "You cand do what you want Abe,
          C#7/G#  D7/A 
       but The    next time you see me comin', you better run."

      G# A G# A
      D#7/A#  E7/B                                             G#
       Well    Abe says, "Where do you want this killin' done?" 
        A                                  G#  A  G#  A
       God says out on Highway Sixty-one."
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NimbleElephant wrote on January 7 2008, 07:06 pm

Pretty good. The only thing is the the chord you called a G# is actually an F#. I don't any theory, so they might be
the same thing...

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raelalt wrote on January 23 2014, 08:47 pm

No it's G# (F# would be the same thing as G?, G# is the same thing as A?) The song is played by sliding up and down a semi-tone during the transition.

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raelalt wrote on January 23 2014, 08:48 pm

substitute the flat sign for the question marks in my above posts.

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