id AA06356; Tue, 22 Feb 94 21:54:14 GMT
This song is off the album of the same name. Check it out.
I've transcribed the chords played by the acoustic guitar (possibly
a twelve-string) in the song. I get the impression that the top
string (or 2, if played on a 12-str) has been removed - you'll
notice that none of the chords in the song seem to use the notes
that would fall on the high e string. So, if you're hyper keen,
take it off, otherwise, avoid this string.
As well as the acoustic, there are 2 electric slide guitars (plus a
5 string banjo in the chorus) - if I ever figure out what they're up
to, yous'll (sic) be the first to know.
I hope this isn't confusing...
Slow Turning - John Hiatt
E MajorE :02210x
B minorBm :x2443x
Chords: A/EA/E | D/F#D/F# Em11Em11 | G+G Em11Em11 D/F#D/F# Em11Em11
Rhythm: + + + | + + + | + + + | + + + |
A/EA/E | D/F#D/F# Em11Em11 | G+G Em11Em11 D/F#D/F# Em11Em11
| + + + | + + + | + + + | + + + |
| A/EA/E D/F#D/F# | G+G D/F#D/F# | A/EA/E D/F#D/F# | G+G D/F#D/F# |
(Continue rhythm simile - This 2 bar progression is played
throughout verse and chorus)
When I was a boy I thought it ....
I always thought our ...
B minorBm D/F#D/F# A augmentedA
'Cause nobody said ...
I never did get ...
B minorBm D/F#D/F#
But now I get ...
NC A/EA/E etc
It's been a slow turning from the ....
(Chord progression x4)
Now I'm in my car, ooh I've got the ....
Time is short, and here's the .....
There's just a slow turning from ....
A augmentedA slow turning, a slow turning etc..