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The Weather Machine - Back O'er Oregon
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Tabbed by: djweeks13
caniac12's tab is almost perfect, so check it out for picking patterns. The frets in parentheses are parts of
the chords that aren't picked in the song, but if you're strumming, it's probably easier to include them.

Standard tuning
Capo IV

[Chords]
    Em    C9    G     G/F#  G/E   D7    C     G5
e|--------------------------------2-----3-----3-----------
B|--3-----3-----3-----3-----3----(1)----1----(3)-----------
G|--0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----2-----0-----0-----------
D|--2-----2-----0-----0-----0-----0-----2-----0-----------
A|--2-----3----(2)----X-----X-----0-----3----(2)-----------
E|--------------3-----2-----0-----------------3-----------


[INTRO]
Em          C9    G     C9    G     G/F#
Em          C9    G           G/F#  G


[CHORUS]
       Em 
Let me go back over Oregon,
     C9             G
That little scar is nothin’ in
     C9               G                 G/F#
The arms of all the things have yet to come.

    Em 
I’d like to call it no big deal,
       C9               G
But we both know I’d be lying.
      G               G/F#         G
I can never come back if I don’t go.

Whoa-oh


[INTERLUDE]
G     G/F#  G/E
G/E   G/F#  G
G     G/F#  G     C9    G
G     G/F#  G/E
G/E   G/F#  G
G     G/F#  C9    G/E   G


[BRIDGE]
     G             G/F#     G/E                 G/E      G/F#    G
That plan may have been a waste, but it doesn’t mean it wasn’t nice.
    G          G/F#   G    C9        G
Sometimes you use a sweet lie to get by.
            G        G/F#     G/E                    G/E       G/F#     G
Though it’s done me well this place, where there’s a mountain there’s a sky,
        G         G/F#     C9     G/E    G
There’s too much left between to ease my mind.


[VERSE]
                  G5                                     D7
From where we got flowers by the fifth, where we learned back-handed love,
                      C                               G5             D7
Where if you come off clever enough you don’t have to cover anything up, and this 
G5                                       D7
City’s done me strange, though I’m’s courageous as I came.
          C                              G5               D7
Well that courage sure is honest but can feel like such a fickle thing.


[CHORUS]
       Em 
Let me go back over Oregon,
     C9             G
That little scar is nothin’ in
     C9               G                 G/F#
The arms of all the things have yet to come.

    Em 
I’d like to call it no big deal,
       C9               G
But we both know I’d be lying.
      G               G/F#         G
I can never come back if I don’t go.

Whoa-oh


[INTERLUDE]
G     G/F#  G/E
G/E   G/F#  G
G     G/F#  G     C9    G
G     G/F#  G/E
G/E   G/F#  G
G     G/F#  C9    G/E   G


[VERSE]
      G5                            D7
Now explain to me this affinity for naming all those settlements
    C                               G5                     D7
For things that crop up colorful In spite of all the clouds
         G5
Like you know what’s there, but don’t look down,
          D7
There’s a perfect place that’s not quite now,
    C                               G5                  D7
And Jesus has a lot of love but the good book might not let you out.


[CHORUS]
       Em 
Let me go back over Oregon,
     C9             G
That little scar is nothin’ in
     C9               G                 G/F#
The arms of all the things have yet to come.

    Em 
I’d like to call it no big deal,
       C9               G
But we both know I’d be lying.
      G               G/F#         G
I can never come back if I don’t go.


[BRIDGE]
         G             G/F#     G/E            G/E     G/F#    G
And that plan may have been a waste, but we’ll make it up some time
     G         G/F#      G        C9     G
I’ll find you when we’ve grown apart enough,
                G       G/F#      G/E            G/E     G/F#      G
Where there’s a candle there’s a light, a shadow dances right behind,
         G        G/F#   C9       G/E         G
Saying, “Come to me son, let me test your luck.”




[VERSE]
                  G5                                     D7
From where we got flowers by the fifth, where we learned back-handed love,
                      C                               G5             D7
Where if you come off clever enough you don’t have to cover anything up, and this 
G5                                       D7
City’s done me strange, though I’m’s courageous as I came.
         C                              G5               D7
And that courage sure is honest but can feel like such a fickle thing.

      G5                            D7
And explain to me this affinity for naming all those settlements
     C                              G5                     D7
For things that crop up colorful In spite of all the clouds.
         G5
From the Roses City of my birth,
       D7                                C
To the golden man stands in a cherry town,
                                       G5              D7
To a road-stop named for mountains and women and their family ties
    G5                    D7
And flowers by the fifth.
   C                                 G5                  D7
In spite of all, in spite of all, in spite of all the clouds


[INTERLUDE]
G5   D7   C    G5   D7


[CHORUS]
(Just pluck each chord once and let ring)
       Em 
Let me go back over Oregon,
     C9             G
That little scar is nothin’ in
     C9               G                 G/F#
The arms of all the things have yet to come.

    Em 
I’d like to call it no big deal,
       C9               G
But we both know I’d be lying.
      G               G/F#         G
I can never come back if I don’t go.

            
            
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