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Months chords

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The Middle East – Months

Chords by Tazman Osborne

These chords would be better suited to a piano. If you would like a version that sounds 
better/more accurate
on guitar,use the sidebar function of this site to transpose it down two semitones and 
put a capo on fret 2.

a lot of the chords alternate between barred inversions of other  chords, so I’ve sort
of tried to capture that  with slashes.
for eg. in the first line, the A/D/A is alternating between
A and a second
inverson of D (in a barred C chord shape),
 which is hammered onto the A chord, with the open A string remaining as the bass note.

                            Bm   Bm/E/Bm
Wake me          in the     morning
Bm                  A    A/D/A
Gon’ wake me up at night
A                  Bm            /E   /Bm
Ain’t got no use for sleeping anymore
Bm                  A
Ain’t got enough time
/D (2nd inversion)
For myself
     A           A7
Or time for my friends
       D              D/C# Bm->E(inv)->Bm
And, and I can’t even write
                     A      /D/A
Just wake me up, it’s fine

Short  instrumental
C#m             Bm        x2
A           Bm/E/Bm
Let me go away, Hitch
                         A  /D/A
Away from where we’ve grown
                     Bm /E
I’ve got dirty and did wandering
/B                           A
Through bars and Foreign family homes
          G          F#
And I had never have cared
To be alone
Em (barred 7th fret)  A7
     Now i just wanna feel
How you would feel
D/C#m    Bm   .  . .
Left at home
F#sus2 -9th fret (X,9,11,11,9,9)(briefly before next chord)

(Strum on off beat.)
D D D D,   D D E
E,   Bm Bm Bm Bm,       A  A
C#7 C#7.
D D D D,   D D E
E,  Bm Bm C#m C#m, D D F#F#

Hey Hitch, hey Hitch
I’m coming home
Hey Ma, hey Pa
I’m coming home
Hey dirt, hey tree, hey little girl
I’m coming come
Hey heat, hey Chris
I’m coming home
D .  .  .  F#sus2 (9th  fret)       x2
C#m D A  A,  AA                    Bm
     Well I seen many places
And they all been seen before
I done lost my Jack Luck spirit
I’m goin’ back to hitch at home

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Sinatra Blue 53 Feb 25, 2013 07:48 PM

I transposed this one down 2 and put the capo on 2nd, made it easier for me :) great though, thank you

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tazoz 84 Jun 10, 2017 09:25 AM

ahh yeah it sounds so much better with the open strings. cheers

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