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Date: Fri, 2 Apr 93 16:19:20 -0500
To: jamesb@animal-farm.nevada.edu
Cc: VEGEAISJ@rcwgwy.bp.com
Subject: Here Comes the Sun tab

Here Comes The Sun by The Beatles
from Abbey Road
trans. Jim Vegeais (vegeaisj@rcwcl1.dnet.bp.com)

The song is played capoed at the 7th fret.

I've just included the parts.  Some assembly required.

George is just strum/picking (somewhere in between, that is) the chords 
while playing the melody as the top note of the chord.  For example (I 
won't try to exactly match the strumming, just list the basic notes.  
The basic chord is played up to the melody note on pretty much all of 
these) the intro/verse part is: 

---2-----0--2-----2--0------------0----------------------0----
---3--3--------3--------3--0--3--(0)--3--0--2--0--2--3--(2)---
---2-----------------------0-------------0--------------------
---0-----------------------0-------------2--------------------
---------------------------2-------------0--------------------
---------------------------3----------------------------------
   D chord                    G chord       A7 chord

------2-----0--2-----2--0--------2--0---------
---3-----3--------3--------3--0--------3---2--
---2--------------------------0------------0--
---0--------------------------0------------2--
------------------------------2------------0--
------------------------------3---------------
   D chord                    G chord      A7 chord


"here comes the sun" part:

------2--0--2-----2-----0--2-----2--0--2-------
---3-------- --3-----3--------0-------------3--
---2--------------------------0-------------1--
---0--------------------------0-------------0--
------------------------------2-------------2--
------------------------------3-------------0--
   D chord                    G chord       E7 chord

------2--0----
---3-------3--
---2----------
---0----------
--------------
--------------
   D chord  

and into the lick:

-----------0--------0--------0--------0--------------
--------3--------3--------3--------3-----3--2--0-----
--2--4--------2--------0--------2-----------------2--
-----------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------


then:


------2-----0--2-------------------0---
---3-----3---------0--2--0--2--3--(2)--
---2---------------0-------------------
---0---------------2-------------------
-------------------0-------------------
---------------------------------------
   D chord         A7 chord



The bridge part ("sun, sun, here it comes"):


--------------------------------------------2-----
-----------------1--------------------------3--2--
--------------2-----------0--------0--------2--0--
--------2--3-----------2--------0-----------0--2--
--0--4--------------3--------2-----------2-----0--
--------------------------------------3-----------

The part leading out of the bridge is all just based 
on the A7 chord:

--------------------0-------0---3---5--5--
-2--0--2--3--2--3--(2)--3--(2)------------
-0----------------------------------------
-2----------------------------------------
-0----------------------------------------
------------------------------------------

The end is just the "sun, sun, here it comes" lick.








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