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Wild Wood chords

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WILD WOOD Paul Weller

Capo 2nd fret
Easy way to play this classic song, Im not sure if the endings right tho.

any corrections email me Jodz0r@hotmail.com


The little riff before chords start

E------------------------|
B------------------------|
G-----------0------------|
D---0-HO-2---------------|
A------------------------|
E------------------------|


chords are

Am    x 0 2 2 1 0
Em/A  X 0 2 0 0 0
Dm    X X 0 2 3 1
Dm7   X X 0 2 1 1

[Verse 1]

Am          Em/A
High tide, mid-afternoon,
Dm       Dm7           Am
People fly by, in the traffics boom.
Am                       Em/A
Knowing, just where your blowin,
Dm          Dm7                Am
Getting to where you should be going.

[Verse 2]
(PLAY MELODY LINE OF FIRST TWO LINES WITH GUITAR)

Am          Em/A
Don't let them get you down,
Dm       Dm7           Am
Making you feel guilty about
Am                       Em/A
Golden rain will bring you riches,
Dm          Dm7                Am
All the good things you deserve now.

[Solo 1]

[Verse 3]

Am          Em/A
Climbing, forever trying,
Dm       Dm7           Am
Find your way out of the wild, wild wood.
Am                       Em/A
Now there's no justice,
Dm          Dm7                Am
You've only yourself that you can trust in.

[Verse 4]
(REPEAT MELODY LINE)

Am          Em/A
And I said, high tide mid-afternoon,
Dm       Dm7           Am
Woah, people fly by in the traffic's boom.
Am                       Em/A
Knowing just where you're blowing,
Dm          Dm7                Am
Getting to where you should be going.

[Solo 2]

[Verse 5]

Am          Em/A
Day by day, your world fades away,
Dm       Dm7           Am
Waiting to feel all the dreams that say
Am                       Em/A
Golden rain will bring you riches,
Dm          Dm7                        Am
All the good things you deserve now and I say,

[Verse 6]

Am          Em/A
Climbing, forever trying
Dm       Dm7           Am
You're gonna find you're way out of the wild, wild wood.
Am                       Em/A
Said you're gonna  find you're way out
Dm          Dm7              Am
Of the  wild, wild wood.

 (Keep strumming Bm for the coda).


[Solo]

E-------------------------------------|
B-------------------------------------|
G-------------------------------------|
D-------------------------------------|
A---7-HO-9-9--------7-HO-9--7-HO-9----|
E----------------10-------------------|

E--------------------------------------------------|
B--------------------------------------------------|
G----------------------------------------------9-9-|
D--7--7-------------------------------------7------|
A------7---------7-----7--7------8-HO-9------------|
E--------10-PO-7-------------10--------------------|

The end is the start riff twice but the last note
is open A string. let ring.

Em/G: 0 2 2 0 0 3   Gm: 3 5 5 3 3 3

There You go, Go RATE!



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| HO - hammer on
| PO - pull off

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Hsupernova 31 May 13, 2007 07:59 AM

Brilliant! well done. Check out my tab of pauls' "hung up"
hsupernova

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TheMasterplan 276 Sep 02, 2007 11:56 AM

Good tab but replace the Dm with Dm7 and then replace Dm7 with this chord (can't remember what it's called): x00111, sounds better!

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Andrewbiles 4,775 Oct 03, 2010 09:29 AM

I agree with TheMasterplan's analysis.

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