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Hi Ho Silver Lining Chords

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HI HO SILVER LINING   (English-Weiss)

As done by Jeff Beck

Intro A (dampened)

       A
You're everywhere and nowhere baby,
D
That's where your at
G                  D
Going down a bumpy hillside,
A             E
In your hippy hat
A
Flying across the country,
D
And getting fat
G                    D
Saying everything is groovy,
A                    E   E7
When your tyre's all flat


Chorus
         A     A7
And it's Hi Ho Silver Lining,
D            E      E7
Anywhere you go now baby    (2nd chorus 'well baby')
A          A7
I see your sun is shining,
D                  E
But I won't make a fuss,
D           A
Though it's obvious


A
Flattering your beach suit baby,
D
They're waving at me
G                    D
Anything you want is your's now,
A                  E
Only nothing's for free
A
Life's gonna get you some day,
D
Just wait and see
G                       D
So open up your beach umbrella,
A                   E  E7
While your watching TV


Chorus

Guitar Solo over verse

Chorus x 2 to fade
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deecee1409 12 wrote on July 21 2011, 01:45 pm

Second verse begins with "Flies are in your pea soup, baby, they're waving at me."

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deecee1409 12 wrote on July 21 2011, 01:46 pm

Second verse begins with "Flies are in your pea soup, baby, they're waving at me."

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zither 120 wrote on October 9 2013, 05:29 am

I'm surprised no one has commented or noticed this is chorded in the wrong key. Sure, the intro is a damped A with an A bass note - however, after (the first line) the Beck version is played in D for example:

Flying across the country,
G
And getting fat
C G
Saying everything is groovy,
D A A7
When your tyre's all flat

Try playing along with the track, and tho I'm trying not to make a fuss, it's obvious! ;-)

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