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Caroline No  The Beach Boys

Date: Sun, 9 Nov 1997 19:10:42 -0500
From: Andrew Rogers
Subject: b/beach_boys/caroline_no.crd
This version supersedes my previous submission to OLGA.
"Caroline, No"
(Brian Wilson / Tony Asher)
The right-hand harpsichord part is actually quite simple; the tracking
session on the box set (in C; the released version was sped up to Db)
shows it to be:
[Em] [Esus] [Dsus]  
[/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] 
 ... where Em is voiced as B-E-G, Esus as B-E-A, Dsus as A-D-G. Tranpose

accordingly to play along with the sped-up version, and no, don't ask me
how to replicate these voicings on guitar - try Ab6 and Gb6 instead.
Verse 1:
[Fm/Ab]Where [Fsus/Ab] did your[Ebsus/Db] long hair go
[Fm/Ab]Where [Fsus/Ab] is the girl [Ebsus/Db]I used to know
[Fm/Ab]How [Fsus/Ab]could you [Abm7]lose tha[Abm7/Db]t happy [Gbmaj7/Db]glow
Oh Caroline[Ebsus/Gb], No
Verse 2:
Who took that look away
I remember how you used to say
You'd never change, but that's not true
Oh Caroline, you
Break my [Ebm7]heart,[Ab7] I want to[Dbmaj7] go and cry
It's so[Cm7-5] sad to [Gbdim]watch a s[Bbm]weet thing die
Oh Caroline[Ebm7-5/A], why
Verse 3:
Could I ever find in you again
Things that made me love you so much then
Could we ever bring them back once they had gone *
Oh Caroline, no
(repeat verse chords to fade)
* verse 3 holds the Gbmaj7/Db one extra measure
-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers

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Ab7 Abm7 Abm7/Db Bbm Cm7-5 Dbmaj7 Dsus Ebm7 Ebm7-5/A Ebsus/Db Ebsus/Gb Em Esus Fm/Ab Fsus/Ab Gbdim Gbmaj7/Db
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