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Always Somewhere

Scorpions

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First off, there are no double digit fret numbers, so any that you see mashed
together are single digits in actuality. I've tried to put some concept of time
in by leaving space where a note is carried. If you use each character space
as half a beat (4/4), it should work out about right (except at the ends of
lines).
Here's how to put the parts together:
Intro
 AAAAAB
        Verse 1
 ABAB
      Arrive at seven, the place feels good
No time to call you today
Encores till eleven then Chinese food
Back to the hotel again
Small Solo Break
 AB
    Verse 2
 ABAB
      I call your number, the line ain't free
I'd like to tell you come to me
And life without you seems like a lost dream
Love, I can tell you how I feel
Chorus:
Always somewhere
Miss you where I've been
I'll be back to love you again
(2x)
Long Solo Break
 AAAA
      Verse 3
 ABAB
      Another morning, another place
The only day off is far away
But every city has seen me in the end
And brings me to you again
Chorus
Outtro
AA -- Note that the last couple of notes are played differently
(arpegiate a C9 chord I think - e ---
 b-3-
                                       -0-
 d-2-a-3-
                                                                            ---)
Note: The main effects used seem to be chorus on the verse parts (A & B) and
heavy distortion on the choruses.
Please let me know if there are any errors, etc.
Enjoy,
Jeff
my opinions are my own...
Jeff_Roush@stortek.com
From: csusb@csv.warwick.ac.uk (Jules)
Subject: TAB: Always Somewhere (Scorpions) - Main Solo
Some time ago I noticed that the version of this song at the Nevada archive
contains only the tab for the rythym parts of this excellent song.
I have finally got around to tabbing up the main solo break, which comes after
the first chorus.
I have not tabbed up the shorter breaks over the intro, between the first
two verses, or over the finale.
..............................................................................
Main solo break from Always Somewhere by The Scorpions
Tabbed by Julian R Hall.
|-------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------|
|-12b(13)-----10-----------10---------------------------|
|----------------------12-----------12-10----10---------|
|-----------------------------------------12----12----\-|
|-------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
|----------10------10-10bu----10----------------------------------|
|--10--12------12---------------12-10-----------------------------|
|------------------------------------12----12\10\8---8-10-8-5---\-|
|------------------------------------------------------------|
|----11-13~-------12-10--------------------------------------|
|-12--------------------12-11~-\-----------10----------------|
|------------------------------------10-12----12-10----------|
|---------------------------------12----------------12-10--\-|
|------------------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------12----12----------|
|-------------------------------13~------------------10~~~~~~|
|-----------12-b-(14)-r-12-----------------------------------|
|-----12-----------------------------------------------------|
|-8h10-------------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------------------|

^^^^^^
\_These three played fast...
All 4 measures are equal length (I believe), and the spacing of notes
shown is a rough indicator of the rythym, although for more accuracy, refer
to the record. This is a very rythmic, flowing solo, and keeping close to the
feel of the original is important in making it sound good.
Symbols used:
12b(13) = start with 12th fret, and bend up to pitch of 13th fret.
\ = slide down
~ = vibrato (very slight in this solo)
8h10 = pick while fretted at 8th, hammer on to 10th.
(14)r12 = after bending to 14th, release to pitch of 12th (ie normal pitch)
 --
 /* Julian R Hall                                csusb@csv.warwick.ac.uk
Flames should be redirected to /dev/null - I don't know what
I'm saying myself so don't expect it to make sense all the time! */


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