Jackie Lomax Sour Milk Sea chords
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Song: Sour Milk Sea Artist: Jackie Lomax Composer: George Harrison Album: Is This What You Want? (1969); Single (1968) URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KT7HMdUEBI4;http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Sour_Milk_Sea;http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Is_This_What_You_Want%3F Tempo: 4/4 Method: Sharp down stroke, accentuating the top four strings, followed by two successive upward strums and a return down stroke. Tuning: Standard Capo 2 Chords: EADGBe D: ----- XX0232 C: ----- 332010 Bb: ----- 113331 E7: ----- 020100 G: ----- 320003 E: ----- 022100 A: ----- X03330 Intro: |D C|Bb E7|G | Verse 1: E G If your life's not right, doesn't satisfy you, E G You don't get the breaks like some of us do. A C Better work it out, find where you've gone wrong, A C G Better do it soon as you don't have long. Chorus 1: D C Get out of Sour Milk Sea, D E You don't belong there. D C Get back to where you should be, Bb E7 G Find out what's going on there. Verse 2 E G If you want the most from everything you do, E G In the shortest time your dreams come true. A C In no time at all makes you more aware, A C G A very simple process takes you there. Chorus 2: D C Get out of Sour Milk Sea, D E You don't belong there. D C Get back to where you should be, Bb E7 G Find out what's going on there. Instrumental: |D C|D E| |D C|Bb E7|G | |D C|D E| [Keyboards over] |D C|Bb E7|G | " Verse 3: E G Looking for release from limitation? E G There's nothing much without illumination. A C Can fool around with every different cult, A C G There's only one way really brings results. Chorus 3: D C Get out of Sour Milk Sea, D E You don't belong there. D C Get back to where you should be, Bb E7 G Find out what's going on there. Chorus Reprise: D C Get back to where you should be, Bb E7 G Find out what's going on there. Who-a! Coda: D C Get back, get back, get back, D E Why don't you get back now. D C You don't belong here, [Staccato Keyboards & Fade] Bb E7 G Get out of here, babe. Who-a! " [End] Notes. 1."Sour Milk Sea" is notable as the only track on which three members of 'The Beatles' recorded together for an artist other than themselves during the band's lifetime, although McCartney's contribution was actually overdubbed on 26 June, following his return from an Apple-related business trip the day before. 2. It was the first song Harrison "gave away" to another artist; the Lomax album project was the first time he served as producer for another artist; and the recording is the first example of Harrison and Clapton sharing lead-guitar duties on record.