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Man In The Long Black Coat chords

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Date: Wed, 08 Jan 1997 13:46:02 +0100
From: Torsten Geppert 
Subject: o/osborne_joan/man_in_the_long_black_coat.crd

Man In the Long Black Coat              
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Album: Relish by Joan Osborne (1995)
        orig. by Bob Dylan
        transcribed by airborne@ciphp01.physik.uni-freiburg.de


INTRO:
Dm Cm Bb (2 times)


Gm           Bb        C D
Crickets are chirpin'...
Gm Bb F Gm
Gm Bb C D
Gm Bb F Gm
F VIII
Gm Bb F Gm



Gm       Bb       C D
Somebody seem him...
Gm Bb F Gm
Gm Bb C D
Gm Bb F Gm
F VIII
Gm Bb F Gm

Gm           Bb        C D
Preacher was talkin'...
Gm Bb F Gm
Gm Bb C D
Gm Bb F Gm
F VIII
Gm Bb F Gm

One, two...

D#m            Bb
There are no...
G5 X F VIII G5 X
D#m Bb
Gm Bb F Gm

GUITAR SOLO

        Gm        Bb C D
There's smoke on...
Gm Bb F Gm
Gm Bb C D
Gm Bb F Gm
F VIII
Gm Bb F Gm
Gm Bb F Gm

etc.


I tried to figure out exactly, if they play Gm or G, or Dm or D etc....
But I`m not really sure, if i succeeded... I think it sounds very good,
too,

if you use just powerchords (G5, Bb5, C5, D5 etc...)...
G5 X means that you should play G5 at the 10th fret...


I`m sorry, but I wasn`t able to transcribe the Solo part (yet).
If anyone has any idea about that, let me know...

airborne@ciphp01.physik.uni-freiburg.de

Anyway, have fun with this stuff......

            
            
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Mispeled 10 Apr 20, 2005 08:00 PM

D should be Dm, and the intro goes Dm, Cm7, Gm. Also as far as I can tell all the Cs in the verses should be Fs.

Other than that everything is correct, I think.

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