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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: jeffnmoe@MCS.COM (jeffnmoe)
Date: 20 Jul 1995 09:32:52 -0500
Subject: CRD: 'Summer' - Buffalo Tom

	           'Summer' - Buffalo Tom
        	  from the album 'Sleepy Eyed'

	standard tuning (EBGDAE)
	capo on 3rd fret

	chords - basically you are playing modified open C and
        G shapes with the guitar capoed at 3rd fret, so open G
        played with the capo = A#

	A#       - 65CCC6
	D#       - x65C46       C = capo at 3rd fret
	D#/C     - xC5C46       x = do not play this string
	D#sus2/D - x5CC46
	Gm       - C55CCC
	G#       - 466544

	******  how it all goes together ***********

	(D#/C - D#sus2/D - D#/C - D#sus2/D)

	D#/C
	sight unseen    sad (scenes?)
	D#sus2/D
	summer song sung all along
	D#/C
	dragged across the seven seas
	D#sus2/D
	to the beach come follow me

	D#
	summers gone  summer song
	    A#            D#         A#
	you wasted  every day  every day

	D#/C
	(cellophane?)  grandmas town
	D#sus2/D
	summers letters on the ground
	D#/C
	seven pins  the fall begins
	D#sus2/D
	when the leaves burn summer ends

	D#
	summers gone the summer song
	    A#            D#         A#
	you wasted  every day  every day
	D#                               A#
	summers gone now  wipe it off my hands
                        D#             A#
	write it in the sand    in the sand


	(no vocals - play D#/C - D#sus2/D arpeggios over
	 strummed D#/C - D#sus2/D)

	D#/C
	where've my heroes gone today
	D#sus2/D
	mick and keith and willie mays
	D#/C
	broken windows  trails outside
	D#sus2/D
	i can take you for a ride

	D#
	summers gone the summer song
	    A#             D#         A#
	you wasted  every day  every day
        D#                                A#
	summers gone can't wipe it off my hands
	                D#
	write it in the sand
	       A#   G#  Gm          A#   G#  Em
	in the sand          in the sand


	(no vocals - play D#/C - D#sus2/D - D#/C - D#sus2/D)


	D#
	summers gone the summer song
	    A#            D#         A#
	you wasted  every day  every day
        D#                                A#
	summers gone can't wipe it off my hands
	                D#
	write it in the sand
	       A#            D#
	in the sand   in the sand
               A#            D#
        in the sand   in the sand

	A#  G#  D#/C


	.....questions, comments or corrections
	     to jeffnmoe@mcs.com

            
            
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Paco84 31 Mar 17, 2007 10:35 AM

Love this song dude, the chords are a bit confusing with the capo but in the end it's a great tab, five stars

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TheImpalerTMX 10 Aug 16, 2009 05:04 PM

Yeah, you really should have just written out the chords relative to the capo, transposed as if the capo was the nut. Otherwise you get something that looks like this and it is very hard for people to follow.

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StoneColdCrazy 10 Nov 10, 2009 11:21 AM

Nice job mate, a little confusing, but it works a treat. Now could someone please do a tab/chord chart for Wiser as well?!

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