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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE--------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the#
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research.#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#

From: "Travis Kirschner" 
Subject: o/osbourne_ozzy/s_a_t_o.crd
Date: Sat, 06 Jun 1998 09:43:14 PDT

Does anybody else have Ozzy chords?? I am a bass player and I tend to
use chords instead of bass tab, and I am SICK of seeing all this Ozzy
tab. Us bass players like Ozzy just as much as you guitar players!!!

Oh well, I hope this file starts a trend!!!

Song Name: S.A.T.O.

Artist Name:Ozzy Osbourne

Album Name:Diary Of A Madman

Length: 4.07

Author:Ozzy Osbourne,Randall Rhoads, Robert Daisley, and Lee Kerslake

Transcribed by:Travis Kirschner

I am unsure about these chords, so I will give Em/E5 as both
possibilites. Remember, I play bass. However, when I play this song on
guitar, it sounds better on the power chords!!!

Intro: Em/E5, Am/A5, Bm/B5 4x

Then Em/E5, Gm/G5, Am/A5, Bm/B5, Am/A5, Gm/G5 2x

(THIS IS THE MAIN VERSE CHORD PATTERN!!!! HERE ARE THE WORDS)

Em/E5         Gm/G5

Now I find peace of mind

 Am/A5          Bm/B5  Am/A5 Gm/G5

Finally found a way of thinking

Em/E5           Gm/G5

Tried the rest found the best

Am/A5            Bm/B5  Am/A5 Gm/G5

Stormy day won't see me sinking

BRIDGE:

G5           Bb5          A5            G5

I can't conceal it like I know I did before

G5         Bb5

I got to tell you know

A5            G5

Ship is ready waiting on the shore

Em/E5, Gm/G5, Am/A5, Bm/B5, Am/A5, Gm/G5 2x

Verse 2:

Dare to look

Face the test

On the eve when you set sailing

What you've learned

What you've earned

Ship of joy will stop you failing

Bridge

Interlude:

B5,E5,A5 4x

Db

B5,E5,A5 4x

Verse 3:

Wind is high

So am I

As the shore sinks in the distance

Dreams unfold

Seek the gold

Gold that's brighter than the sunlight

Sail away

See the day

Dawning on a new horizon

Golds' insight

Shining bright

Brighter that the sun that's rising

(use bridge chords here)

3,000 sails on high are straining in the wind

A raging sea below

Is this voyage coming to an end?

Em/E5, Gm/G5, Am/A5, Bm/B5 4x

Em/E5 4x

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tlluckbrown 10 Mar 18, 2009 08:58 PM

The main riff I figured out in high-school back in '84. The first chord is an E5 (2nd fret,D string; 4th fret, G string; 5th fret, B string) and a E5/C ( just add the C on the 3rd fret, A string) power A on the 2nd fret then B5. There are the little add-ons but I don't have the patience to go through it. Listen to it and should get it. You're a bass player after all.

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