Tuesdays gone with the wind

Lynyrd Skynyrd

> >C G Am F >Train roll on, many miles from my home >C G Am (add F) >Riding my blues away > > >C G Am (add F) >Tuesday's gone with the wind > >...can't remember the words off hand.
I Could be wrong, but I remember it like this:
A E F#m D Train roll on, many miles from my home A E D I'm riding my blues away
A G D Tuesday's gone with the wind
So it's A E F#m D and later A E D A G D
chord formations(all basic forms):
A -02220 E 022100 F#m 244222 D --0232 G 320003
and here is the intro (as far as I can tell and remember). The bridge is the same with little variations.
It has been years since I last played this (or as a matter of fact even listened to it), so the timing might be a little off. And besides I've never been good with notes and notation.
If anybody is interested I could see if I can remember the bridge. The same applies to the solo, although I'm not sure if I know (or knew) the solo.
You'll have to excuse my (propably) unorthodox tabbing. This is my first posting.
e------------------------------------------------------------------------- b------------------------------------------------------------------------- g-4^6---^4^6^4-2-----4^---6^4^6^4-------4^6^4^6^4-------|2---------------- d---------------------------------2---------------4--------------------2h4 a----------------------------------------------------------5\4/5---2h4---- e------------------------------------------------------------------------- ^ = bend | = pause / \ = slide h = hammer-on
e-----------------------------------------0-----------0-----------0------- b-----5-----5.....|-------5-5-----5-----------3-----------3-----------3--- g-2h4-4^6...6^4-2---------4-4h6---4--------------------------------------- d-------------------2-----------------0-----------0-----------0----------- a------------------------------------------------------------------------- e------------------------------------------------------------------------- .. = hold or let ring e----0-------------------------------------------------------------------- b--------3---2h3h5p2------------------------------------------------------ g--------------------2---------------------------------------------------- d0------------------------------------------------------------------------ a------------------------------------------------------------------------- e------------------------------------------------------------------------- p = pull-off
The last 5 notes might be played by keyboards on the recording.
Also the 12 notes before it are played differently in the middle of the song:
e-----0-----------2-----------3-----------5------------------------------- b---------3-----------3-----------3-----------3--------------------------- g-------------------------------------------------------------------------
d-0-----------0-----------0-----------0----------------------------------- a------------------------------------------------------------------------- e-------------------------------------------------------------------------
I nothced an incomplete version of this in C. This is what I play in A. Can be a real tear jerker if slowed down a bit and a little feeling added. Pleas don't do a Micheal Bolton on it.
Tuesday's Gone With The Wind Lynard Skynard
>From the Lynard Skynard Gold and Platinum song book
This is in 4/4 Time
triplet triplet >------------------------------------|----------------------------- >---2------2--3--2----0------0--2--0-|-----------0----------------- >---2------2--4--2----1------1--2--1-|-2------2--1--2-------------- >------------------------------------|-4------4-----4----4--------- >------------------------------------|-------------------5--------- >------------------------------------|----------------------------- ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ This figure is just quarters and triplet eights, ending with a half. The ^ denotes beats. Play 2 times.
Now pickout chords in an semi into melody or the above rythm. To my ear a E sounds better than the E7 IMHO
A E7 F#m D A E7 D
A E7 F#m D Train roll on, On down the line A E7 D Won't you please take me far away
A E7 F#m D Now feel the wind blow, outside my door A E7 D (Means I'm) I'm leaving my woman behind
A G D Tuesday's gone with the wind A E7 D My baby's gone with the wind
Pick out chords again with lots of feeling A E7 F#m D A E7 F#m
A E7 F#m D And I don't know, Oh where I'm going A E7 D I just wonna be left alone
A E7 F#m D Well when this tain ends, I'll try again A E7 D I'm leaving my woman at home
Chorus: A G D Tuesday's gone with the wind A G D Tuesday's gone with the wind (Try useing different harmonizing) A G D Tuesday's gone with the wind A G D Tuesday's gone with the wind A E7 D My baby's gone with the wind
A E7 F#m D Now train roll on, Many miles from my home A E7 D See I'm ridding my blues away
A E7 F#m D Now Tuesday you see, she had to be free A E7 D But Some how I'm got to carry on
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