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Dispatch, Flying Horses.
Tabbed by Ben, Leprecahun525@aol.com.
 
This is a beautiful song by Dispatch from teh album One Fell Swoop. Its one acoustic guitar, drums bass, and a harmonica. i haven't tabed the harmonica intro and solo yet, but I'll give it a shot.

Into:
e|3-3-3/5\3/7-7-7/10\7\5-5-5/7/10\5-5-5/7\5|
B|3-3-3/7\3/8-8-8/12\8\7-7-7/8/12\7-7-7/8\7|
G|0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0--0-0-0-0-0-0--0-0-0-0-0-0|
D|--------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------|

Repeat.

Play These chords twice over the harmonica intro.
G  D  Em  C  G  D

Verse 1:

G                   D                              Em
The River of Love gave birth to a  beautiful stone

G                           D               Em  
And in my hand i held it, and I knew I was all 

alone, so I picked it up

G             D         Em      
      And held it to the sky

G                 D                  Em  
And In my relfelction I knew I was on my own
       Em         G                               D     
Yeah, Yeah, and then i saw this girl with the most 

Em
beautiful hair, she had it

G                   D                       Em          
Wrapped around her, for clothes she did not wear.

G                       D                                    Em 
I asked her for a loch and she complied, after 

leaving

G                               D                       Em
Georgous footsteps in the sand, as if she didn't 

care.

Chorus:

                               G                             D                  
Well... She was the prettiest girl I ever saw and 

Em                                                 C    
stone lay still without a flaw, and the feelings I 

                G                               D
had to fight the law as i came to and I went to

             G                              D                           
And i took a look, a look down the road, to see a 

Em                                                                  G   
badger, and a one eyed toad. They didn't say a 

                                D                            Em
word they just looked at me with that wise old 

                    C G D          G D Em       
look of the    old...     Yeah...  Wise old look of the 

C G D    G D Em
old...     Yeah...

Verse 2:
And then I went down to town
To my favorite, merry-go-Round, to the place 
where magic horses fly
And you seldom see a frown

Bridge:
                                 G                      D               
But then i stole the ring from the flying horses

Em
and I can't begin to explain now

G                                       D       
I stole the ring from the flying horses

Em                C   C   C
And its all rusty now

G                                       D
I stole the ring from the flying horses

Em
and i can't begin to explain now

G                                       D
I stole the ring from the flying horses

Em                C   C   C                   D
and its all rusty now, its all rusty

Verse 3:
Ya see, cause that stone fell through my pocket
And that loch of hair blew away with the wind
If you Chance to see a pawn either, Well...
You know where they've been.

Chorus:
But don't pick them up or try to find me
We're much happier to be on our own
Beauty like that knows, no
And if you take a look, a look down the road
You'll see a badger and a one eyed toad
They won't say a word they'll just look at you with that, wise old look of the old... Yeah...
Wise old look of the old... Yeah....

Solo:
Play intro chords under Harmonica Solo.

Play bridge and fade.

G       D       Em   C
3       3       0      0
3       2       0      1 
0       3       0      0
0       0       2      2
2       0       2      3
3       0       0      0
 
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NoDoubt616 10 May 03, 2002 08:00 PM

For most part, pretty good. Major problem is your location of the chords. You often have them written in at the wrong time in accordance to the lyrics, but otherwise, nice intro tab and overall fairly good tab.

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Smartalec88 10 Nov 29, 2003 07:00 PM

YA, what he said. But very accurate otherwise.

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HannahBananah 10 May 13, 2013 03:46 AM

okay.. version 2 is much better than these.. for most part is this good but the chords are mostly wrong. for example is the location of the chords for the most part wrong.. and look at: "wise old look of the old" there it must be G D Em C G D and not otherway. but its okay and when you play it you can correct it in your brain ;) nevertheless thank you for the chords!! :)

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