Guitar tabs with lyrics
Dave Matthews, Where are you Going -- Acoustic As Tabbed By Christopher Owens firstname.lastname@example.org In many of Dave Matthew's songs, the guitar seems to play one part throughout the song, and the melody is provided by the bass. This can be a bummer if you're performing solo, esp. on an acoustic. First, TUNE your 1st string (high e) down to an a -- I find it easiest to tune to a harmonic on the 12th fret of the 5th (A augmentedA) string. This gets rid of having to deal with muting the e string through the entire song -- it provides a nice, mellow sound. So your tuning is: a| BB| G+G| D MajorD| A augmentedA| E MajorE| Intro & Verse Dsus2Dsus2 Dsus2/G Dsus2/B Dsus2/A. Many x (The intro hammers on the G+G string --0h2---) Pick the bass note DISTINCTLY, then just strum them in. CHORUS ("I am no Superman...") Dsus2Dsus2 C majorC B minorBm Bb majorBb 3x (See chord voicings below) These chord voicings have a nice mellow sound.
CHORUS COT'D ("But I do know one thing...." Dsus2Dsus2 C majorC Dsus2Dsus2 Dsus2Dsus2 "After all, where you go...." C majorC C majorC C majorC Dsus2Dsus2 ...... SAX SOLO If you're playing this solo / acoustic, you probably won't want to put this in here, but here's what I can catch: It's a descending F#F# major scale, I think. That translates to: e|:-8s14s12-12-11-9 something something-2s3-2s3,-2-3-5-7-8 Repeat, end with 2-3-5-7-8-10 But that's for a high e-string, which we don't have in this tuning. Try it on your B-string. Enjoy! CHORD VOICINGS Dsus2Dsus2 Dsus2/G Dsus2/B Dus2/A C majorC B minorBm Bb majorBb 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 2 2 2 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 3 (0) 0 2 0 3 X X X 3 X X X X X