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Georges Blues Live Tab

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George's Blues (live version)
transcribed by Alan Myers
taken from 8.22.01

(www3.sympatico.ca/g403z)

standard tuning;  note: all low e notes should be played with thumb


Part A: intro

e----9---x---x------------x-----------
b----7---6---7------------6-----------
g----8---7---6------------5-----------
d----8---6---4------------4-----------
a----x---x---6------------x-----------
e----7---6---x---5/6-5-4--4--4-6-7----


Part B: still the intro (2nd run through)

e----x---x---x---x----x----
b----7---7---6---6----6----
g----8---7---6---5----5----
d----8---6---4---4----4----
a----x---x---6---x----x----
e----7---6---x---4----4----


Part C: still the intro (3rd run)

e----x---x------x--------x---------------------x-------------------x-------x---x----
b----7---7------7--------7---------------------7-------------------4-------4---7----
g----8---8------7--------6---------------------6-------------------4-------4---7----
d----8---8------6--------4---------------------4-------------------4-------4---6----
a----x---x------x---4-6--6-----4-6------4---6--6-----4-6-----------x-------x---x----
e----7---7---6--6--------x---6------5/6---6----x---6------5/6-5-4--4--4-4--4---6----

last chord of part C strumed about 15 times then strum (x6467x) once and slide down


Part D: "I like to eat an orange with my friend George Malakornge." (1st time)

e----x---x---x----
b----7---7---7----
g----8---7---6----
d----8---6---4----
a----x---x---6----
e----7---6---x----


Part E: transition to part F

e----x---x---x----
b----7---4---2----
g----6---6---4----
d----4---6---4----
a----6---x---x----
e----x---6---4----


Part F: "I like to eat an orange with my friend George Malakornge" (2nd time)

e----x---x---x----
b----2---4---7----
g----4---6---6----
d----4---6---4----
a----x---x---6----
e----4---6---x----


Part G:  "So juicy sweet, so good to eat, an orange with George Malakornge"
-same as part D


Ending Chord: (x64674)

A Helpful Extra:  here's a scale on which you can jam for this song:

e-------------------------------------14-16--16-14--------------------------------------
b-------------------------------14-16--------------16-14--------------------------------
g----------------------11-13-15--------------------------15-13-11-----------------------
d----------------11-13--------------------------------------------13-11-----------------
a--------9-11-13--------------------------------------------------------13-11-9---------
e---9-11------------------------------------------------------------------------11-9----


**********************************************************************************************

George's Blues (studio version)
transcribed by Alan Myers and Catherine Gagné

standard tuning;  note: all low e notes should be played with thumb 


Part A: "I like to eat an orange with my friend George Malakornge" 

e----x---x---x---x---- 
b----6---4---6---6---- 
g----6---3---7---6---- 
d----4---4---6---4---- 
a----6---2---x---6---- 
e----x---x---6---x---- 


Part B: "I like to eat an orange with my friend George Malakornge" (2nd time) 

e----x---x---x---- 
b----4---6---6---- 
g----4---7---6---- 
d----4---6---4---- 
a----x---x---6---- 
e----4---6---x---- 


Part C:  "So juicy sweet, so good to eat, an orange with George Malakornge" 

e----x---x---x------------- 
b----4---6---6------------- 
g----3---7---6------------- 
d----4---6---4------------- 
a----2---x---6------------- 
e----x---6---x---(4)(5)(6)-
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