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Turn Down Day Tab

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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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Date: Thu, 13 Nov 1997 22:46:38 -0500
From: Andrew Rogers 
Subject: c/cyrkle/turn_down_day.crd

                            "Turn Down Day"
                         (D. Keller - D. Blume)

Intro:

	tack piano (chords implied; piano omits roots):

	Gm7      Fmaj7
	 / / / /  / / / /

	sitar:

	Gm7               Fmaj7
	 v   v   v   v     v   v   v   v
	---------0---1---|-0---------------|
	-3---------------|---------3---1---|
	-----------------|-----------------|
	-----------------|-----------------|
	-----------------|-----------------|
	-----------------|-----------------|

Verse 1 (sitar and tack piano first two lines):

	Gm7           Fmaj7 [1: Gm7] A   Dm
	                    [2: Em7]
	It's much too groovy a summer's day
	Gm7              Fmaj7       Em7 Dm7 [N.C.]
	To waste runnin' round in the city

	bass fill 1:

	 v    v   v   v      v
	----|-9---7--10-9-7-----|
	--7-|-------7------10---|
	----|-------------------|
	----|-------------------|

[band enters]

	    Gm7         Fmaj7       Em7  A Dm
	But here on the sand I can dream away
	   Gm7         Fmaj7            Em7 Dm7
	Or look at the girls if they're pretty

Chorus (electric piano replaces tack piano):

	       Gm7   /C  Fmaj7
	It's a turn-down day
	      Em7     A      Dm7
	[1,3: Nothin' on my mind
	[2,4: Just a turn 'round day]
	       Gm7   /C  Fmaj7
	It's a turn-down day
	      Bb
	And I dig it

Refrain 1:

	Gm7             Fmaj7 Em7 A  Dm
	There's nothing easier I can do
	      Gm7   Fmaj7      Asus4 D7  [N.C.]
	Than lyin' around doing nothing

	bass fill 2:

	 v     v   v   v   v
	-----|-----------------|
	---0-|-1---2---3---4---|
	-----|-----------------|
	-----|-----------------|

[repeat chorus]

Instrumental break (sitar/tack piano solo):

	Gm7   /C     Fmaj7  /Bb     Em7    A7      Dm
	 /  /  /  /    /  /  /  /    /  /  /  /    /  /  /  /

	Gm7   /C     Fmaj7  /Bb      Bb
	 /  /  /  /    /  /  /  /    /  /  r  /    /  r  /  /

Verse 2:

	Soft summer breeze and the surf rolls in
	To laughter of small children playin' [bass fill 1]
	Someone's radio has the news tuned in
	But nobody cares what he's sayin'
	Dont you know it's a

[repeat chorus]

Refrain 2:

	Things that are waiting to mess my mind
	Will just have to wait 'til tomorrow [bass fill 2]

[repeat chorus]

sitar fill [slide if you can't manage this three-fret prebend]:

	 v   v   v   v
	-----------------|
	b6r3-------------|
	-----------------|
	-----------------|
	-----------------|
	-----------------|

Coda [repeat to fade]:

	       Gm7   /C  Fmaj7
	It's a turn-down day
	Em7     A     Dm7
	Nothin' on my mind
	       Gm7   /C  Fmaj7
	It's a turn-down day
	       Em7     A   Dm7
	Just a turn 'round day


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
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Kraziekhat wrote on August 14 2012, 05:06 am

This is a great tab..excellent, in fact. The
want-wit who gave it 3 stars obviously doesn't
know the song. Or maybe the chords are too difficult..hmmmm?
Anyway..5 BIG stars..A.R. is one of the best tabbers on the net. KK.

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