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Oh I Wept chords

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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: Lukas Lechner, Woergl, Austria
E-MAIL: luggi69@web.de
DATE: 13 Jul 2001
ARTIST: Free
SONG: Oh I Wept
ALBUM: Fire And Water, 1970


This is for the nicest and most beautiful girl I've ever met...
Gitti H.

		Oh I Wept
		^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
		writtten by Rodgers/Kossof

I think there are not really plain major chords, but that'll work...


Intro:  E D A E      twice (with some mmmmmhh)

Verse:
E     D    A   E
Oh I Wept for days
E          D       A        E     E D A E
Filled my eyes with silly tears    oh yeah
E      D     A      E
But I don't care no more
E            D      A       E
I don't care if my eyes get sore.

Chorus:
B          F#          A      E
I take my seat on the train, yeah
B           F#                A      E
And let the sun come melt my pain, yeah
B        F#            A   E
Come tomorrow I'll be far away
B          F#         A     E
In the sunshine of another day.

E D A E     twice

Verse:
E           D        A           E
A worried mind makes so hard to bear
E        D         A       E
hard to live and hard to care.
E  D  A  E
Yeah, yeah
E       D     A      E
But I don't care no more
E          D      A        E
Don't care if my eyes get sore.


Chorus:
B          F#          A      E
I take my seat on the train, yeah
B           F#                A      E
And let the sun come melt my pain, yeah
B        F#            A   E
Come tomorrow I'll be far away
B          F#         A     E
In the sunshine of another day.


Solo over E D A E

   Mmmmmh
E D A E   2 times

E         D       A     E
Now I've left it all behind
E            D          A       E
Oooh, I did not care to be so unkind.
E  D  A  E
Oh, I did not...
E         D        A         E
But the street is warm and bright
E     D            A     E
far away I'm gonna be tonight.


Chorus:
B          F#          A        E
I take my seat on the train, oh yeah
B           F#                A      E
And let the sun come melt my pain, yeah
B        F#            A   E
Come tomorrow I'll be far away
B          F#         A     E        A  D
In the sunshine of another day.

fin


This is really one of the most beautiful and sadest songs I've ever heard...

Corrections, questions, comments and suggestions are always welcome, just mail me.

        __________________________________________________________
	|"Won't you tell me, where have all the good times gone?" |
	|	-Ray Davies, 1965			          |
	|							  |
	|You can hardly listen to today's music, if you can call  |
	|it music at all.      		  			  |
        |_________________________________________________________|

            
            
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southak 10 Mar 19, 2011 10:19 AM

I agree, a great song from one of the all time great and under-appreciated British albums.

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minibrut 10 Mar 05, 2013 07:25 PM

This is one of my all time favorite breakup songs. Sad and highly emotional, as are lots of songs, but this one has a determined energy that reaches deep. Love it.

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Crimfan 10 Jun 26, 2013 08:54 AM

Fantastic song! I love how much musical space Paul Rodgers leaves in his music. Not many people are willing to do that, certainly not someone as young as these guys were when they recorded this song.

As to the chords, plain major chords work fine, but if you want to mix it up throw in Asus2 and Dsus2.

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