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Seven Bridges ukulele

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by Eagles
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#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. #
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From uunet!zaphod.mps.ohio-state.edu!darwin.sura.net!ua1ix!ua1vm.ua.edu!TMCCART3 Mon Oct 19 18:45:06 PDT 1992
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From: TMCCART3@ua1vm.ua.edu
Subject: Re: REQUEST: Eagles/seven bridges
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References: <92288.131636CARLOSLI@auvm.american.edu> <1992Oct17.211028.10969@aber.ac.uk>
Date: Sat, 17 Oct 1992 22:22:16 GMT
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In article <1992Oct17.211028.10969@aber.ac.uk>
ans0@aber.ac.uk (Austin Newton Shackles) writes:
 
>Does anyone have a tab or chord sequence (pref. tab) for the Eagles' "Seven
>Bridges Road" ( you know, the one that starts "there are stars in the southern
>sky...")
>
I don't have the tab, but it's pretty simple. It's in D, and the only other
chords are C and G.
Intro is something like this...
C         F            C        C
There are stars in the southern sky
 
And so on. Once the song starts going fast, play the D chord with an alter-
nating bass note -- D first, and the hammering G to A on the G string.
 
My guess is that you'll have no trouble from there. Good luck ...



            
            
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