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His Majesty Rides chords

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Josh Rouse – His Majesty Rides

Chords:

        EADGBe                  EADGBe                  EADGBe
Em:	022000		Em7:	022030		B7:	x21202
A7:	x02020		G:	320033		Am7:	x02010
C:	332010		C7:	x32310

Intro: Em, A7, C (x2)

Verse:

Em                  A7                            C                 Em   Em7
I come, come up and slip into something; it's the middle of the afternoon
Em                 A7                          C                      Em  Em7
Come, come up, the city's been patient & she's downstairs waiting for you 
G               A7                 C	           G
Got no time for new friends now, I stay in a hotel room
G                  A7                      C    C7
These questions and demands just bring you blue

Chorus:

             B7                     Em              B7                 Em
And when you feel that you can't go on, there ain't nothing to be sure of
              C	         C7	 A7	     Am7
And we'll not stay forever, just try to remember
            Em  A7  C  Em
His majesty rides, 
            Em  A7  C  Em
His majesty rides…

Verse:

Em               A7                             C                 Em  Em7
Hey, look now, we move from town to town, every city she knows my name
Em                    A7               C                  Em   Em7
So come, come up, and cross over water into San Francisco Bay
G              A7                    C		        G
Listen to your good friends now, the past holds nothing new
G                 A7             C    C7
Waiting for these changes coming soon

Chorus:

             B7                     Em              B7                 Em
And when you feel that you can't go on, there ain't nothing to be sure of
              C	         C7	 A7	     Am7
And we'll not stay forever, just try to remember
            Em  A7  C
His majesty rides, 
            Em  A7  C
His majesty rides…

Interlude: G, A7, C (x2)

Bridge:

Em       C             G           B7     
I want to love it but I don't know how, 
Em        C                G       B7
I want to feel it but it's falling down,
        Em          C           G         B7 (Hold)
And the wheels keep turning but I hear no sound...

Outro: Em, A7, C, Em (x2)

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Fantastic...

            
            
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RouseMouse 21 Jun 18, 2008 11:53 PM

Correction on Interlude just before bridge. Right before "I want to love you..." It goes the same as in the last interlude....

G A7 C, G A7 C C7 (The C7 hits just as he says "Yeahhhhhh."

Other than that this tab rocks.

PS... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOFwS-l7VnQ This link is to the video of a live in-store performance and I'm curious around minute 2:12 he goes to a higher interlude. If anyone can tell me what those chords are that would be awesome it looks like an Am bar chord on the 7th fret, but not sure after that. Also at the end of the video what are the notes he closes out on? Any help would be awesome!

Derek

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RouseMouse 21 Jun 19, 2008 12:01 AM

Another thing I caught...In the "I want to love you..." It is not Em C G B7. If you check out that youtube video its actually Em C/G G B7.

The C/G instead of the C gives it that deeper sound that the song has.

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