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From alt.guitar.tab Tue Jun 16 17:38:29 1992
Newsgroups: alt.guitar.tab
Path: tcdcs!unix2.tcd.ie!mcdonghj
From: mcdonghj@unix2.tcd.ie (Nascent Virion.....)
Subject: Bryan Adams: TABS....
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Date: Tue, 16 Jun 1992 14:21:16 GMT
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~From: phys174@csc.canterbury.ac.nz


Now Run to You: (see note on key at the end)
    ==========
The distinctive riff through the verse is:

||-----------------|-----------------||
||-----------------|-----------------|| with plenty of reverb (and
||-----------------|-----------------|| probably other effects, but
||-----0-----0-----|-----0-----0-----|| I ain't got any, so I don't
||---2-----2---2---|---2-----4---4---|| know what!)
||-0-----0-------0-|-3-----5-------5-||
  
The transition into the chorus is |C|C|D|D| with appropriate strumming
The chorus chords are ||Em  G  D|    A   ||  ""      ""        ""
(this repeats until it finally finishes on the D)

The lead bit in the middle of the song is:

||------------|-----|-----------|-----|-----------|-----|-----------|-----||
||-9/10-9-----|-----|-7/8-7-----|-----|-5/6-5-----|-----|-7/8-7-----|-----||
||--------9---|-----|-------7---|-----|-------5---|-----|-------7---|-----||
||----------9-|-----|---------7-|-----|---------5-|-----|---------7-|-----||
||------------|-----|-----------|-----|-----------|-----|-----------|-----||
||------------|-----|-----------|-----|-----------|-----|-----------|-----||
played through twice.

and the chords after this are the chorus chords (I suspect that this
bit uses a chorus pedal of some sort - but I don't have one, so I 
don't know). 

There is some lead stuff played on top of the riff through the verse,
but it's heavy on effects, so we opted to leave it out. As a clue
I think it involves slow bends on the G and D strings at the 5th or
7th positions.

If you play this along to the CD you will be a tone flat, so either
put a capo on the second fret (and shift all the numbers up 2) or
tune up a tone - if you're playing with a band you don't need to worry.

And that's about if for Run to You.

------------------=============================================-------

~From: phys174@csc.canterbury.ac.nz

Summer of '69 - Bryan Adams

The verses are just D A D A ... as many as needed  with the change
occurring on every second bar. There is an additional two bars of D
at the start as well.
The way to play it is something like this:
     
 D.   .   .   .     .   .   .   .     D.   .   .   .     .   .   .   .
|-----------------|-----------------||-----------------|-----------------|
|-3-----3---------|-----------------||-3-----3---------|-------------3---|
|-2---2-2---2-2-2-|-2-2-2-2-2-2-----||-2---2-2---2-2-2-|-2-2-2-2-2-2-2---|
|-0---0-0---0-0-0-|-0-0-0-0-0-0-0---||-0---0-0---0-0-0-|-0-0-0-0-0-0-0---|
|-----------------|-------------0---||-----------------|-----------------|
|-----------------|-----------------||-----------------|-----------------|
 A.   .   .   .     .   .   .   .
|-----------------|-----------------||
|-----------------|-----------------||  repeat last 4 bars throughout
|-2-----2---------|-------------2---||  verses.
|-2---2-2---2-2-2-|-2-2-2-2-2-2-2---||
|-0---0-0---0-0-0-|-0-0-0-0-0-0-0---||
|-----------------|-----------------||
 The dots show the beat.
Use moderate amounts of overdrive, and mute the 2's with your palm to get
the distinctive percussive sound.               0

The Chorus chords are |Bm|A|D|G|Bm|A|D|G|Bm|A| (I use B instead of Bm)
use standard open A,D, and G and a barred A shape for B. 

The keyboard riff is sort of an arpegiated D and A ie.
 D                                    A
|-0-----2-----3---|---2-----0---2---|-----------------|------------------| 
|---3-----3-----3-|-----3-----------|-0-----2-----3---|---2-----0----2---|
|-----2-----2-----|-2-----2---2---2-|---2-----2-----3-|-----2------------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----2-----2-----|-2-----2----2---2-|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|------------------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|------------------|

This sounds a bit messy with overdrive, so play it clean, or (even easier)
just play the melody part (which is mainly what you hear on the CD anyway)

e|-0-----2-----3---|---2-----0---2---|-----------------|------------------|
b|-----------------|-----------------|-0-----2-----3---|---2-----0---2----|

For the key change after the second chorus, the chords are:
|F|Bb|C|Bb|F|Bb|C|C|  again use the barred A shape for Bb and C.
That's about all for Summer of '69



            
            
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DezFoxtoN 103 Jun 15, 2006 10:36 AM

Good tab. but i don't think that's how Keith Scott plays it but it's okay;)

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