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Further On Up The Road chords

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This tab was sent to me by a friend of mine, whom has heard the Bruce Springsteen
if anyone knows the overture part of this song, please email it to me at smoke_on_the_water54@hotmail.com.


[Verse]
                    Em                    G
Where the road is dark, and the seed is sowed,
                  Em                       G
Where the gun is cocked, and the bullet's cold,
                     Em   D               Em     D
Where the miles are marked  in blood and gold,
      C               D           Em
I'll meet you further on, up the road,

                      Em                         G
Got on my dead man's suit, and my smilin' skull ring,
                    Em                   G
My lucky graveyard boots, and a song to sing
                 Em   D                         Em     D
I got a song to sing,    to keep me out of the cold
          C               D           Em
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,


[Chorus]
                   D                        Em
Further on up the road, further on up the road,
                  Em                    G
Where the way is dark and the night is cold,
           Em    D                Em  D
One sunny mornin'  we'll rise I know,
          C               D           Em
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,


[Guitar solo over:] 
Em G x2 Em D x2 C
Em (basically the verse)


[Verse]
                       Em                    G
Now I been out in the desert, just doin' my time,
                      Em                  G
Searchin through the dust, lookin' for a sign,
                         D                          Em
If there's a light up ahead, well brother I don't know,
                Em                    B
But I got this fever, burnin' in my soul,
                   Em        D           Em   D
So let's take the good times,   as they go,
          C               D           Em
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,


[Chorus]
                   G                        Em
Further on up the road, further on up the road,
                   G                        Em
Further on up the road, further on up the road,
           Em    D                Em  D
One sunny mornin'  we'll rise I know,
          C               D           Em
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,
           Em    D                Em  D
One sunny mornin'  we'll rise I know,
          C               D           Em
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,


Or if you don't want to use/don't have a capo and still wanna be in tune with the E
band:

The intro is Fm

                   Fm                    G#
Where the road is dark, and the seed is sowed,
                  Fm                       G#
Where the gun is cocked, and the bullet's cold,
                     Fm   D#              Fm     D#
Where the miles are marked  in blood and gold,
      C#              D#          Fm
I'll meet you further on, up the road,

                      Fm                         G#
Got on my dead man's suit, and my smilin' skull ring,
                    Fm                   G#
My lucky graveyard boots, and a song to sing
                 Fm   D#                        Fm     D#
I got a song to sing,    to keep me out of the cold
          C#              D#           Fm
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,

                   D#                       Fm
Further on up the road, further on up the road,
                  Fm                    G#
Where the way is dark and the night is cold,
           Fm    D#               Fm  D#
One sunny mornin'  we'll rise I know,
          C#              D#           Fm
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,


[Guitar solo over:]
Fm G# x2 Fm D# x2 C#
Fm (basically the verse)


[Bridge]
                       Fm                    G#
Now I been out in the desert, just doin' my time,
                      Fm                  G#
Searchin through the dust, lookin' for a sign,
                         D#                         Fm
If there's a light up ahead, well brother I don't know,
                Fm                    C
But I got this fever, burnin' in my soul,
                   Fm        D#          Fm   D#
So let's take the good times,   as they go,
          C#              D#          Fm
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,


[Chorus]
                   G#                       Fm
Further on up the road, further on up the road,
                   G#                       Fm
Further on up the road, further on up the road,
           Fm    D#               Fm  D#
One sunny mornin'  we'll rise I know,
          C#              D#          Fm
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,
           Fm    D#               Fm  D#
One sunny mornin'  we'll rise I know,
          C#              D#          Fm
And I'll meet you further on, up the road,


Chords: (for with capo)

       EADGBe
Em    (022000)
G     (320033)
D     (xx0232)
C     (x32010)
B     (x24442)


Chords: (for without capo)

       EADGBe
Fm    (133111)
G#    (466544)
D#    (x68886)
C#    (x46664)
C     (x32010)

            
            
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jpawlak 10 Jan 01, 2007 09:01 PM

You say to use a capo, but on which fret, sir?

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GWiZ 330 Jan 24, 2007 06:54 AM

It would have to be Capo 5.

It's played in Am on American V.

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