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Still Crazy After All These Years ukulele

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Still Crazy After All These Years  
by Paul Simon
Tabbed by BaddGuitar

Here's a "simplified" version of this jazz classic.  This song has
some crazy chord progressions. I've tried to capture the overall
tone without impossible chords.

A video of THIS tab being played:  
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4v_JSIHR0-Y

Here's some footage of Paul Simon playing this song on the 
guitar in the key of D while he was still working on it:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjtOa8d_BHU

He eventually brought it up to the key of G and it
was played on a keyboard.  All chords and a few riffs
are listed at the bottom.  I left out the Sax solo.

Please purchase the track to get the timing.

Intro: 
Amaj7   Emaj7        Am7        Cmaj7  G   C/G    G 
--4--2---------------0-----------------3--------------|
--2----5-4-5---4-5---1-3-1-0-1---0-1---0---0h1—-1p0---|
--2------4-----0-----0-----0-----0---2-0--------------|
--2------------------2-----2-----2-----0---0h2—-2p0---|
--0------------------0-----0-----3-----2--------------|
---------0-----0-----------------------3--------------|

         G   G7           C                 Cm6
I met my old lover on the street last night
           G         F#dim7               Em       Em-D#m-Dm
She seemed so glad to see    me    I just smiled
       G                G7/B              C                    C#dim7(2)
And we talked about some old times And we drank ourselves some beers
      G           D7        Em      C#dim7
Still crazy after all these years   Oh...
      G           D7        Cm         Bm   D   G  C/G  G
Still crazy after all these years

            G       G7               C          Cm6
I’m not the kind of man who tends to socialize
          G       F#dim7       Em       Em-D#m-Dm
I seem to lean on old familiar ways
       G               G7/B            C             C#dim7(2)
And I aint no fool for love songs that whisper in my ears
      G           D7        Em      C#dim7
Still crazy after all these years   Oh...
      G           D7        G9         
Still crazy after all these years


Amaj7               B       Bsus2     Emaj7   E      (See Fill #1)
Four in the morning crapped out,      yawn  - ing
Abm7       Dbsus4 Db   F#maj7 (or F#)
Longing my li-fe       away
Em7        B   C  B   C      G                       (See Fill #2)
I’ll never wor-ry Why should I? 
C          B          Am7    D  D7   G  C/G  G
      It’s all gonna fade

G               G7           C         Cm6
Now I sit by my window and I watch the cars
  G                 F#dim7          Bsus4   E        (See Fill #3)
I fear I’ll do some damage one fine day
      A               A7          D          D#dim7
But I would not be convicted by a jury of my peers
      A           E         F#m     D#dim7
Still crazy after all these years,  Oh
      A                 D           Dsus4  D
Still crazy             Still crazy
      A           E         A    D/A   A
Still crazy after all these years


Fill #1:                         Fill #2              Fill #3
--4--2-------------------------||--3-----------0---||--0-----0---|
--2----5-4-5-----4-5-----4-5---||--0-----------1---||--0-----2---|
--2------4-------4-------4-----||--0-----------0---||--1-----2---|
--2----------------------------||--0-----------2---||--2-----2---|
--0------0-------2-------------||--2-------0-2-3---||--2-----0---|
-------------------------0-----||--3-----3---------||--0-2-4-----|


Chords:
A:        x02220
A7:       x02020
Abm7:     444444
Am7:      x02010
Amaj7:    x02224
B:        x2444x
Bm:       xxx432
Bsus4:    x2445x
C#dim7:   xx2323
C#dim7(2):x423xx
C(2):     x3555x
C:        x32010
Cm:       x35543
Cm6:      x31213
C/G:      332010
D#dim7:   xx1212
D#m:      xxx342
D:        xx0232
D7:       xx0212
Db:       x4666x
Dbsus4:   x4667x
Dm:       xxx231
D/A:      x04232
E:        022100
Em:       022000
Em7:      020003
Emaj7:    0x2444
F#dim7:   234242
F#m:      244222
F#maj7:   xx4321
G:        320003
G7/B:     x20001
G7:       320001
G9:       320201





            
            
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schrecdepo 10 Oct 20, 2017 02:18 PM

It doesn't do us ukulele players a lot of good to write in tabs for guitar. We just don't have those 6 strings!

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