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Over The Hill chords

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Artisit:John Martyn
Song:Over the Hill
Album: Solid Air (1973)

I found inspiration from the Chris and Rich Robinson "Brothers of a Feather" cover 
the song Over the Hill by John Martyn.
I've listened to both versions from Chris and Rich Robinson and John Martyn. It's 
an easy song to learn and fun to play. 

Standard tuning but use the Capo and place it on the 5th fret of the guitar.  

--------------Use Capo at the 5th fret for the chords below------------------

  G#m                 F#add9
e|--0---------      --7-----------|
B|--0---------      --8-----------| 
G|--0---------      --7-----------|
D|--7---------      --0-----------|
A|--7---------      --0-----------|
E|--x---------      --0-----------|

  G#m7                Db7sus4  
e|--0----------     --7-h-8--------|
B|--0----------     --8------------|
G|--0----------     --7------------|
D|--7-h-0------     --0------------|
A|--7----------     --0------------|
E|--x----------     --0------------|

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

[Intro]
G#m G#m7 F#add9 Db7sus4 

F#add9                     Db7sus4
I'm going away to leave you, 
F#add9                           Db7sus4  
I'm going to leave you in disgrace 
F#add9              Db7sus4
Nothing in my favour,
F#add9                 Db7sus4
got the wind in my face 

G#m          G#m7       G#m   G#m7     F#add9      Db7sus4
I'm going home,        hey hey hey,   over the hill 
G#m          G#m7       G#m   G#m7     F#add9      Db7sus4
Over the hill,         hey hey hey,   over the hill

F#add9                           Db7sus4
Can't get enough of sweet cocaine, 
F#add9                 Db7sus4
get enough of mary-jane 
F#add9                         Db7sus4
Going back to where I come from, 
F#add9                       Db7sus4
going rolling back home again 

G#m          G#m7       G#m     G#m7     F#add9      Db7sus4
Over the hill,         hey hey hey,     over the hill
G#m          G#m7       G#m     G#m7     F#add9      Db7sus4
Over the hill,         hey hey hey,     over the hill 

F#add9                       Db7sus4
Been worried about my babies,
F#add9                       Db7sus4
been worried about my wife 
F#add9                       Db7sus4
Just one place for a man to be 
F#add9                       Db7sus4
when he's worried about his life 

G#m          G#m7       G#m   G#m7     F#add9      Db7sus4
I'm going home,        hey hey hey,   over the hill 
G#m          G#m7       G#m   G#m7     F#add9      Db7sus4
Over the hill,         hey hey hey,   over the hill

F#add9                     Db7sus4
I'm going away to leave you, 
F#add9                           Db7sus4  
I'm going to leave you in disgrace 
F#add9              Db7sus4
Got nothing in my favour,
F#add9                 Db7sus4
got the rain in my face 

G#m          G#m7       G#m   G#m7     F#add9      Db7sus4
I'm going home,        hey hey hey,   over the hill 
G#m          G#m7       G#m   G#m7     F#add9      Db7sus4
Over the hill,         hey hey hey,   over the hill

F#add9  Db7sus4  F#add9

~End~ 

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Panama1958 88 May 08, 2012 12:13 AM

There's an awful lot wrong with this tab. First (minor) point the notation "h" means, in standard tab notation, hammer-on; you can't hammer-on to an open fret - that's a pull-off.

Second point: the use of a capo is indicated but it's not clear whether or not the finger positions are relative to the capo or the actual fret position with the capo in place. I would presume the latter as the former gives a chord ADCEA for the first indicated chord which is supposed to be a minor chord. The usual convention in this case is to name the chords as played with their voicings in brackets so that that first chord would be notated Em (Am) though it's also done the other way round Am(Em) (see third point). For ease of playing it's easier just to show what the player needs to know i.e. that he plays an Em shape.

Third point: All the chord names are just plain wrong.Using either variety of fingering there's no Ab in that first chord.

I'm guessing this is a first attempt so I hope you appreciate this note is made in the spirit of helping you write better tablature

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