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After The Gold Rush chords

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  • Simple novice version of a great song.

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After the Goldrush : After the Goldrush : Neil Young


[Intro]

 Dsus2 D G   
 Dsus2 D G   


[Verse 1]

 G       D                            G             
 Well, I dreamed I saw the knights in armour coming,
        D                 G     
 Sayin' something about a queen.
             D                    A                 
 There where peasants singin' and drummers drummin' 
         G                A    
 And the archer split the tree.
             Bm              C         
 There was a fanfare blowin' to the sun
          G               C      
 that was floating on the breeze.
 D                     A          
 Look at Mother Nature on the run 
        C             G    
 In the nineteen seventies.
 D                     A          
 Look at Mother Nature on the run 
        C             G    
 In the nineteen seventies.


[Verse 2] 
      D                     G                                    
I was lying in a burned out basement
       D               G
With a full moon in my eye
      D          A
I was hoping for replacement
         G                     A
When the sun burst through the sky
            Bm           C
There was a band playing in my head
      G                 C
And I felt like getting high
D                           A
I was thinking about what a friend had said
      C               G
I was hoping it was a lie
D                   A
Thinking about what friend had said
      C               G
I was hoping it was a lie
        
                    
[Horn solo] (lasts one verse)


[Verse 3] (same lyrics)
G      D                        G
Well I dreamed I saw the silver spaceship flying
       D                  G
In the yellow haze of the sun
           D                   A
There were children crying and colors flying
    G                 A
All around the chosen one
         Bm              C
All in a dream, all in a dream
    G           C
The loading had begun
D                      A
Flying mother nature's silver seed
     C               G
To a new home in the sun
D                      A
Flying mother nature's silver seed
     C               G
To a new home...


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 Intro: Dsus2 -> D
 In other words hammer-on the first string as you hit the opening D. 
 (this from the "Decade' file by inges@??? alt.guitar.tab)

            
            
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feesk8ordie 1,082 Feb 10, 2005 07:00 PM

good tab but wat about the solo?

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Sooner18 20 Dec 12, 2006 11:45 AM

Excellent and simple. Just the way I likem. I've been working on this now, along with the good solo somebody else did here for two weeks now. I'm a noobie and this will be the first song I can play from start to finish. Thanks! 5 stars

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bullshark012 10 Dec 23, 2007 07:22 PM

He has it just right - you just need to listen to the recording and learn to strum just right and open and close the 1st
string on the opening D... it's really easy when you get the feel for it. I have this song down...sounds just like the
piano it's really played on...No Guitar at all in this whole song!

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