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Rainy Day Women 12 And 35 ukulele

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE--------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the#
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research.#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#
From: Nicholas Sprague 
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: tab correction: Rainy Day Woman #12 and 35 by Bob Dylan
Date: Sat, 04 Jan 1997 15:30:21 -0500
From: "Peter L. Spain (remote)" 

"Rainy Day Women #12 & 35" by Bob Dylan from "Blonde on Blonde"


        F*                   Fdim7     C7/E  F
They'll stone you when you're tryin to be so good
        F*            Fdim7      C7/E      F
They'll stone you just like they said they would
        A*                    F#o      E7/G# A
They'll stone you when you're tryin to go home
        F*                   Fdim7  C7/E  F
They'll stone you when you're there all alone
      A*        F#o     E7/G# A
But I would not feel so all alone
F*       Fdim7 C7/E F
Everybody must get stoned


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CORRECTION TO RAINY DAY WOMAN #12 and 35 BY Bob Dylan:
Submitted by: Nick Sprague (nws103@psu.edu)

The A* progression should be moved up one fret it since it is A# not A.  This makes the F#* into G* and so 
for the rest of the progression.
The line "But I would not feel so all alone" is also slightly off.  The progression for that is moved up 
a C* to start it.  This means that the first chord is C* (10,11,10,x,x,x) the second chord is 
the third chord is (10,8,10,9,x,x)
 and the fourth is (8,8,9,10,10).

            
            
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