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Amazing Journey | guitar tab
By The Who
>From Tommy, 1969
Written by Pete Townshend (c)1969 Fabulous Music Ltd.

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

Previous transcription by:
Mike (sef@icbr.ufl.edu) -- original compilation on Nevada
==============                                                        
transcribed by                             Whotabs                    
litgo@aol.com          1999-05-23          www.thewho.net/whotabs     
==============                                                        


G7/F     353433     x(8)x767 (stage versions)
Cmaj7/E  x3545x     x(7)x988 (stage versions)
Cm/Eb    x3534x     x(6)x888 (stage versions)
Dsus4/7  xx0213 and xx7788
G        xx9787  (bridge)
D        xx777x  (bridge)
Dsus4    xx778x  (bridge)
E5       02xxxx                 C5       x355xx
Bb5      x133xx                 G5       355xxx
F5       133xxx                 A7       x05050
C        x3(2)01(3) (verse open chord)
G        3x0033     (verse open chord)
A5       x022xx     (verse open chord)
E        022400     (verse open chord)
D        xx0232     (verse open chord)
A        x0222x     (verse open chord)

[INTRO pattern]
    C    G    A   E    D   A   D/A  A     C 
|---8--|-7----5-|-4----2-|-0----x-|-x-----8-|
|---8--|-8----5-|-5----3-|-2----3-|-2-----8-|
|---9--|-7----6-|-4----2-|-2----2-|-2-----9-|
|---10-|-9----7-|-6----0-|-2----4-|-2----10-|
|------|--------|--------|-0----0-|-0-------|
|------|--------|--------|--------|---------|
|[gtr2]                                     |
|---8--|-7----5-|-4----2-|------2-|-------8-|
|------|--------|--------|-2------|-2-------|
|---9--|-7----6-|-4----2-|------2-|-------9-|
|------|--------|--------|-2------|-2-------|
|------|--------|--------|--------|---------|
|------|--------|--------|--------|---------|

  G    A   E    D   A   D/A  A   D/A  A   D/A  A     C 
|-7----5-|-4----2-|-0------|-0------|-0------|-------8-|
|-8----5-|-5----3-|-2----3-|-2----3-|-2----3-|-2-----8-|
|-7----6-|-4----2-|-2----2-|-2----2-|-2----2-|-2-----9-|
|-9----7-|-6----0-|-2----4-|-2----4-|-2----4-|-2----10-|
|--------|--------|-0----0-|-0----0-|-0----0-|-0-------|
|--------|--------|--------|--------|--------|---------|
|                                     A7               |
|-7----5-|-4----2-|--------|--------|--------|-------8-|
|--------|--------|-2----2-|-2----2-|-5----2-|-2-------|
|-7----6-|-4----2-|--------|--------|--------|-------9-|
|--------|--------|-2----3-|-2----3-|-5----3-|-2-------|
|--------|--------|--------|--------|--------|---------|
|--------|--------|--------|--------|--------|---------|

[VERSE 1; with above pattern (note: stage vers. begin open crds here)]
(C) G                         A         E     D A           D/A  A
    Deaf, dumb and blind boy, He's in a quiet vibration land.
C G                    A   E              D     A            D/A   A
  Strange as it seems, his musical dreams ain't quite so bad.

| G        | E      | A   D/A | A    D/A  |

| G        | E      | A       |      

[VERSE pattern; with open chords]  
 C | G   A | E   D | A     |    C | G   A | E   D | A   D/A | A7   C |

G            A5    E                D  A               D/A A    C
Ten years old with thoughts as bold as thoughts can be.
G           A5    E           D     A       D/A  A
Loving life and becoming wise in simplicity.

[CHORUS]
G7/F                                     Cmaj7/E
Sickness will surely take the mind where minds can't usually go

     Cm7/Eb                     D                    Dsus4/7  D Dsus4 D
Come on the amazing journey and learn all you should know.

[BRIDGE]
        G                Dsus4       D Dsus4 D 
A vague haze of delirium creeps upon me
       G                      Dsus4    D  Dsus4 D 
All at once a tall stranger I suddenly see
     G                            Dsus4       D  Dsus4  D 
He's dressed in a silver-sparkled glittering gown.
        G                         D          
And his golden beard flows nearly down to the (ground)

 Bb5 | F5   C5 | G5    D | A    D/A | A    
 ground..

C | G     A5 | E     D | A   D/A | A7  D/A | A  D/A | A7    C |

G             A E              D A              D/A A   C
Nothing to say, nothing to hear, nothing to see.
G            A E            D     A         D/A A
Each sensation makes a note in my symphony.

| G     | E5     | A   D/A | A    D/A |

| G     | E5     | A       |          |

[repeat CHORUS]
Sickness will surely take the mind where minds can't usually go
Come on the amazing journey and learn all you should know

[repeat BRIDGE]
    G                      Dsus4           D Dsus4 D
His eyes are the eyes that transmit all they know
G                        Dsus4      D  Dsus4 D
Sparkle warm crystalline glances to show
   G                  Dsus4   D Dsus4 D
He is your leader, he is your guide
        G                D   
On the amazing journey together you'll (ride).

 Bb5 | F5   C5 | G5    D | A    D/A | A    
 ride..

C | G     A5 | E     D | A   D/A | A7   A5 A5 | (E5)*
                                          [*beginning of Sparks]

=============
litgo@aol.com

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

            
            
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