hello bazzer ireland and welcome to chordie! Perhaps your difficulty in finding the "Turn the Page" is simply a misspelling the artist's name. It is Bob Seger (with no i).
There are several ways to find specific songs on chordie:
- Search by artists generally uses the last name of the artist. This is the default search mode. Click on the first letter of the artist's last name or band name on chordie's front page and then scroll through the listings.
- Search by song title is another way - often times this method will turn up listings for other artists or bands that have covered (or originated) a song.
- Another approach is to do a text search - simply entering the song's title, a line, or a phrase in the text search line will usually offer a wide variety of possible matches.
- Another method is to go to the 'Public books' tab and then search within the songbooks assembled by other chordie users. This method may result in finding a version of the song that somebody has lovingly edited to suit their tastes.
Seeger's "Turn the Page" is a popular listing since it is often included in the 'top 10' and the 'top 100' lists that appear on chordie's front page. I have not looked, but I'm willing to bet that there are multiple versions of this song (probably with both tabs and chords) available in chordies massive index.
Once you have played around with chordie's buttons a bit, you will find that it is very easy to use and that there are many unique features offered by this site. Since I first stumbled on this site, I have found it to be an excellent source not only for songs but also for information on the many forum topics.
Hope this helps . . . I saw Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band perform in a bar many many years ago - it was a marvelous performance!
"That darn Pythagorean Comma thing keeps messing me up!"