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

From: DUBOIS Fabrice CNET/DTL/LAN [fabrice.dubois@cnet.francetelecom.fr]
Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 1998 10:24 AM
To: 'Olga'
Subject: CRD : Reaching out from here (by the Boo Radleys)

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THE BOO RADLEYS, Reaching Out From Here.
*************************************************************
Written by Martin Carr.
>From the album WAKE UP!

Transcription and submission by Fabrice Dubois.
(fabrice.dubois@cnet.francetelecom.fr)
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Here is the way I like to play this
brilliant song. I can not guarantee
this is the real stuff, but it's OK.

First of all, you have to tune up a
half tone the thin e string, in order
to make it sound like F.


____ CHORDS USED

       E  A  D  G  B (F)<--(tune this string to F)

C#maj7 x  3  3  1  2  0
D#*    x  6  5  0  4  0 (complete name for this chord : ?)
Fsus   x  x  3  3  1  0
F[2]   x  x  3  2  1  0
F      1  3  3  2  1  0
E5     x  x  3  2  0  0
Fm     x  3  3  1  1  0
C7     x  x  2  3  1  2 (or easier : x x x 3 1 2)


____ Intro

C#maj7   D#*   C#maj7   Fsus
Fsus Fsus F[2] F


____ Verse

F                  C#maj7
     It's not that I am different
     D#*               F
It's not that you have changed
               C#maj7           D#*          F
This place has done its damage, it's so hard to explain
           C#maj7            D#*             F
The sky it bends my back, my crooked shape remains
         C#maj7
The gravity's much stronger
    D#*              F
And nothing here has ever changed.


____ CHORUS

                    C#maj7 D#*   F
And it looks like another  rainy day
             C#maj7 D#*   F
Sittin' here lonely by my window
            C#maj7 D#*  F
Waitin' for you to come home
            C#maj7 D#*  F
Waitin' for you to come home
            C#maj7 D#*  Fsus
Waitin' for you to come home


____ Verse two

F          C#maj7    D#*             F
   I never wanted anything but you alone
                 C#maj7
But I miss the place that I love,
D#*              F
It's not good enough by phone
              C#maj7            D#*             F
This does not feel like home my friends are far away
         C#maj7         D#7            F
I get up in the morning and I wait for you all day


____ CHORUS
                    C#maj7 D#*   F
And it looks like another  rainy day
             C#maj7 D#*   F
Sittin' here lonely by my window
            C#maj7 D#*  F
Waitin' for you to come home
            C#maj7 D#*  F
Waitin' for you to come home
            C#maj7 D#*  Fsus  E5(maybe?)
Waitin' for you to come home


____ Calm part

[during the "alright" words, play this soft solo]
---------------------------------------------------0-|
---------------------------------------------------0-|
-----1-------1-------1-------1-------1-------1-----1-|
---3---3---3---3---3---3---3---3---3---3---3---3---3-|
-3-------3-------2-------2-------2-------2-------2---|
-----------------------------------------------------|
But you think it's alright
And they think it's alright
So I guess it's alright too


____ End part

Fm             C#maj7
  But I can't stand this place
Fm             C#maj7
  I've tried so hard believe me to settle here
C7
Just to have you near...

[Loud electric solo]
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--2-----8-10-8-10----5-3--5-----3-2-------------------|
----3-------------------------------3-----------------|
--------------------------------------3---------------|
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F       D#*          Fsus          F
                  ...whisper in my ear !

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--2-----8-10-8-10----5-3-5--3-2-----------------------|
----3---------------------------3---------------------|
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--2-----8-10-8-10----5-3-5--3-----4s6b7---------------|
----3-------------------------3-----------------------|
--------------------------------4---------------------|
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That it's gonna be alright
So you're gonna be alright
So I can be alright too.

*************************************************************
's' : slide
'b' : bend
*************************************************************
ANY CORRECTION IS WELCOME.

            
            
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The Seers 60 May 23, 2017 05:30 PM

Hi, thanks for working this out, I love this song. I find it easier to play with capo on 1st - so the main riff is E/Cmaj7/D/E
Also is there a Bb before the chorus?

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