Beatles – Norwegian Wood tab ver. 2

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Date: Wed, 23 Aug 1995 18:06:42 -0400 (EDT)
From: Douglas French 
Subject: TAB: Norwegian Wood



Yet another TAB of Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) along with
2 corrections to the existing TABs of the song.  I have included
the existing TABs in their entirety and unedited for reference.

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Title:       Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
Composers:   John Lennon and Paul McCartney
Group:       The Beatles
Album:       Rubber Soul
Arrangement: Doug French, dfrench@site.gmu.edu
 
capo: 2nd fret
time: 12/8

Intro, play 2 times:

#1 DE ||------2-2-2-------------------2-2-2----------------|B ||--3---3-3-3---3---3---3-------3-3-3-------3--------|G ||--2---2-2-2---4---2---0---2---2-2-2---0---0---2----|D ||--0-----------------------4-----------2-------4----|A ||---------------------------------------------------|E ||---------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . .
D C G DE |------2-2-2-------------------2-2-2-2-----2--------||B |--3---3-3-3-------3-------3---3-3-3-3-----3--------||G |--2---2-2-2-------0-------2---2-2-2-2-2---2--------||D |--0-------------------0---0-----------0------------||A |--------------3-------2---0------------------------||E |---------------------------------------------------|| + . . + . . + . . + . .
Use same guitar pattern under solo voice:
#4 DE ||------2-2-2-------------------2-2-2----------------|B ||--3---3-3-3---3---3---3-------3-3-3-------3--------|G ||--2---2-2-2---4---2---0---2---2-2-2---0---0---2----|D ||--0-----------------------4-----------2-------4----|A ||---------------------------------------------------|E ||---------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . . 1. I once had a girl, or should I 2. (Instrumental) ....
D C G DE |------2-2-2-------------------2-2-2-2-----2--------|B |--3---3-3-3-------3-------3---3-3-3-3-----3--------|G |--2---2-2-2-------0-------2---2-2-2-2-2---2--------|D |--0-------------------0---0-----------0------------|A |--------------3-------2---0------------------------|E |---------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . . say, she once had me; ....
DE |------2-2-2-------------------2-2-2----------------|B |--3---3-3-3---3---3---3-------3-3-3-------3--------|G |--2---2-2-2---4---2---0---2---2-2-2---0---0---2----|D |--0-----------------------4-----------2-------4----|A |---------------------------------------------------|E |---------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . . She showed me her room, is- n't it ...
D C G DE |------2-2-2-------------------2-2-2-2--------------|B |--3---3-3-3-------3-------3---3-3-3-3-----3--------|G |--2---2-2-2-------0-------2---2-2-2-2-2---2--------|D |--0-------------------0---0-----------0-------0----|A |--------------3-------2---0------------------------|E |---------------------------------------------------|
+ . . + . . + . . + . . good Nor-we-gian wood. She ... She
DmE |--1---1-1-1---1---0-0-0---0------------------------|B |--3---3-3-3---3---3-3-3---3---3-3-3----------------|G |--2---2-2-2---2---0-0-0---0---2-2-2---2---0---2----|D |--0-----------0-----------0-----------3---0---3----|A |--0-----------0-----------0------------------------|E |---------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . . asked me to stay and she told me to sit an- y - told me she worked in the morning and started to
GE |--3---3-3-3-3-----3-3-3-3-----3-3-3-3-----3--------|B |--3---3-3-3-3-----3-3-3-3-----3-3-3-3-----3--------|G |--0---0-0-0-0-----0-0-0-0-----0-0-0-0-----0--------|D |--0---0-0-0-0-0---0-0-0-0-----0-0-0-0-0---0--------|A |--2-------------------------------------------0----|E |--3-----------------------3------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . . where. So laugh. I
DmE |--1---1-1-1---1---0-0-0---0------------------------|B |--3---3-3-3---3---3-3-3---3---3-3-3----------------|G |--2---2-2-2---2---0-0-0---0---2-2-2---2---0---2----|D |--0-----------0-----------0-----------3---0---3----|A |--0-----------0-----------0-----------0------------|E |---------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . . I looked a round and I noticed there was-n't a told her I did-n't and crawled off to sleep in the
Em7 A7E |--0---0-0-0-0-----0-----0-0---0-0-0-0-0----------|B |--3---3-3-3-3-----3-----3-2---2-2-2-2-2----------|G |--0---0-0-0-0-----0-----0-0---0-0-0-0-0----------|D |--2---2-2-2-2-2-----------2---2-2-2-2-2----------|A |--2-----------2-----------0-----------0----------|E |-------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . . chair. bath.
Use same guitar pattern as in measure #4 above: D 1. I sat on a rug, bid-ing my 2. And, when I a - woke, I was a- D C G D time, drinking her wine. lone, this bird had flown. D We talked un-til two, and then she So, I lit a fire, is- n't it D C G D said "It's time for bed." good Nor-we-gian wood. Repeat from measure #4 above. Ending:
DE ||---------------------------------------------------|B ||--3---3-3-3---3---3---3-------3-3-3-------3--------|G ||--2---2-2-2---4---2---0---2---2-2-2---0---0---2----|D ||--0-----------------------4-----------2-------4----|A ||---------------------------------------------------|E ||---------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . .
D C G DE |---------------------------------------------------||B |--3---3-3-3-------3-------3------------------------||G |--2---2-2-2-------0-------2------------------------||D |--0-------------------0---0------------------------||A |--------------3-------2---0------------------------||E |---------------------------------------------------|| + . . + . . + . . + . .
============================================================================= ============================================================================= Corrections to existing TABS: 1) Richard Cook's TAB (in D, capo on 2nd fret) lists the chords of the bridge as: Dm G She ... anywhere Dm G A I ... chair. which contains 2 errors. To be played in D the chords should be: Dm G She ... anywhere Dm Em7 A7 I ... chair. 2) Robert Hall's TAB (in E) lists the chords of the bridge as: Am D She ... anywhere Am D F# I ... chair ---> verse (E riff above) which are in the wrong key. To be played in E the chords should be: Em A She ... anywhere Em Fm7 B7 I ... chair. ============================================================================= Existing TABs: ============================================================================= Date: Sun, 20 Aug 1995 09:18:02 -0700 From: rwcook@ix.netcom.com (Richard Cook ) Subject: TAB: Norwegian Wood by The Beatles Norwegian Wood The Beatles Tabbed by Richard Cook Capo 2nd fret.
D D DE ||-2----2------2---2---2--2--2------------------2------------------2----0h2-|B ||-3----3------3---3---3--3--3------------------3--------3---------3----3---|G ||-2----4------2---0---0--0--0-------0----------2--------0---------2----2---|D |--0----0------0---0---4--4--4---2----------4---0------------------0----0---|A ||-0-------------------------------------------------3--------2----0----0---|E ||--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D D DE |--2----2------2---2---2--2--2------------------2------------------2----0h2-|B |--3----3------3---3---3--3--3------------------3--------3---------3----3---|G |--2----4------2---0---0--0--0-------0----------2--------0---------2----2---|D |--0----0------0---0---4--4--4---2----------4---0--------0---------0----0---|A |--0-------------------------------------------------3--------2----0----0---|E |---------------------------------------------------------------------------| I once had a girl, or should I say, she once had me.
D D DE |--2----2------2---2---2--2--2------------------2------------------2----0h2-|B |--3----3------3---3---3--3--3------------------3--------3---------3----3---|G |--2----4------2---0---0--0--0-------0----------2--------0---------2----2---|D |--0----0------0---0---4--4--4---2----------4---0--------0---------0----0---|A |--0-------------------------------------------------3--------2----0----0---|E |---------------------------------------------------------------------------| She showed me her room, is n't it good nor-we - gian wood.
bridge Dm GE |--------1---------------------------------------------3--------------------|B |--------3---------------------------------------------0--------------------|G |--------2---------------------------------------------0--------------------|D |--------0---------------------------------------------0--------------------|A |--------0---------------------------------------------2--------------------|E |------------------------------------------------------3--------------------| She asked me to stay and she told me to sit any - where.
Dm G A|--1--------------------------------------------3--------------0------------||--3--------------------------------------------0--------------2------------||--2--------------------------------------------0--------------2------------||--0--------------------------------------------0--------------2------------||--0--------------------------------------------2--------------0------------||-----------------------------------------------3---------------------------| I looked around and I noticed there wasn't a chair.
I sat on a rug, biding my time drinking her wine. We talked until two, and then she said it's time for bed. [repeat 1st measure] She told me she worked in the morning and started to laugh. I told her I didn't and crawled off to sleep in the bath. And, when I awoke, I was alone this bird had flown. So, I lit a fire, isn't it good Norwegian wood. [repeat 1st measure] notes: 1. Spacing doesn't indicate timing - I just lined the tab up with the lyrics. 2. Chords are tabbed for their first beat only. The D chord is strummed down, up, down. Note the hammer-on at the end of each measure. 3. Holding the D chord, use your pinky for 3rd fret notes and index finger for 1st fret notes, middle finger for 3rd fret on the A string. 4. Have an accompanist play along without a capo: E D E D [bridge] Em A Em A B --mxrangnjfumchebcqtfmbcrosshkmp-- ============================================================================= From: rh34+@andrew.cmu.edu (Robert R. Hall) Subject: Alternate TAB: Norwegian Wood Date: 6 Aug 92 16:22:34 GMT This song is in E; you can play it in D with a capo, but I don't have one, so I figured out this version. It lets you play the rhythm and lead guitar parts at the same time:
e --0---0---0---0---0---x---x---x---0---x---x---x---0----------B --0---2---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0----------G --1---1---1---2---1---2---2---0---1---2---2---2---1----------D --2---2---2---2---2---4---4---4---2---0---0---0---2----------A --2---2---2---2---2---0---0---0---2---4---4---4---2----------E --0---2---0---2---0---x---x---x---0---x---x---x---0----------
| | I once had a girl or shld I say she once had me -> (c) B (c) G (c) D G G (c) D G A (c) Accent the string listed below the word to bring out the melody. (c) means accent the whole chord. Use your smallest finger to hit the notes during "I once had a girl." Chorus ------ Am D She asked me to stay and she told me to sit anywhere Am D F# I looked around and I noticed there wasn't a chair ---> verse (E riff above) ---------------------------- I'm not sure of the complete lyrics, they're pretty clear on the album (Rubber Soul) Bob ============================================================================= Date: Thu, 20 Jun 1996 20:55:37 -0400 From: Laurence Watson This is the song Norwegian Wood, by the Beatles. The song appeared on the Rubber Soul album, released in 1965. Here it is:
|-----------2--------2--------|-----------------2---2-------||-----------3--------3--------|-----------------3---3-------||----2------2--------2--------|--2h4--2--0------2---2-------||-----------0--------0--------|-------------4---0---0-------||-----------0--------0--------|-----------------0---0-------||-----------------------------|-----------------------------|
|-----------------2---2-------|------------2--2--2--2--2--2-||-----------------3---3-------|------------3--3--3--3--3--3-||------0----------2---2-------|----0-------2--2--2--2--2--2-||---2-----4---0---0---0-------|------------0--0--0--0--0--0-||-----------------0---0-------|--3---2--0--0--0--0--0--0--0-||-----------------------------|-----------------------------|
|----1---1---1----1---0-------|----0------------------------||----3------------3-------3---|----3---3---1-----1---3---1--||----2------------2-----------|----2-------------0----------||----0------------0-----------|----0-------------2----------||-----------------------------|------------------3----------||-----------------------------|-----------------------------|
(strum a few times)|-----------------------------|----1---1---1----1---0-------||----3------------------------|----3------------3-------3---||----0------------------------|----2------------2-----------||----0------------------------|----0------------0-----------||----2------------------------|-----------------------------||----3------------------------|-----------------------------|
(strum a little)(strum a little)|----0------------------------|------0-------|-------0------||----3---3---1-----1---3---1--|------3-------|-------2------||----2-------------0----------|------0-------|-------0------||----0-------------2----------|------2-------|-------2------||------------------3----------|------0-------|-------0------||-----------------------------|--------------|--------------| (then back to verse)
LYRICS: I once had a girl, or should I say, she once had me. She showed me her room. Isn't it good, Norwegian Wood? She asked me to stay, and she told me to sit anywhere. So I looked around, and I noticed there wasn't a chair. I sat on a rug, biding my time, drinking her wine. We talked until two, and then she said, it's time for bed. She told me she worked in the morning and started to laugh. I told her I didn't and crawled off to sleep in the bath. And, when I awoke, I was alone. This bird had flown. So, I lit a fire. Isn't it good, Norwegian Wood? -------------------------- The sitar is the actual instrument used by George Harrison to play this song. 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To get the song completely right, and know what order to play it in, I'd listen to it. - Stuart Watson --------------32E24A777925 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii; name="norwegian_wood.tab" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline; filename="norwegian_wood.tab" #----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------# #This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the # #song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------## Date: Wed, 23 Aug 1995 18:06:42 -0400 (EDT) From: Douglas French Subject: TAB: Norwegian Wood Yet another TAB of Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) along with 2 corrections to the existing TABs of the song. I have included the existing TABs in their entirety and unedited for reference. ============================================================================= Title: Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) Composers: John Lennon and Paul McCartney Group: The Beatles Album: Rubber Soul Arrangement: Doug French, dfrench@site.gmu.edu capo: 2nd fret time: 12/8 Intro, play 2 times:
#1 DE ||------2-2-2-------------------2-2-2----------------|B ||--3---3-3-3---3---3---3-------3-3-3-------3--------|G ||--2---2-2-2---4---2---0---2---2-2-2---0---0---2----|D ||--0-----------------------4-----------2-------4----|A ||---------------------------------------------------|E ||---------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . .
D C G DE |------2-2-2-------------------2-2-2-2-----2--------||B |--3---3-3-3-------3-------3---3-3-3-3-----3--------||G |--2---2-2-2-------0-------2---2-2-2-2-2---2--------||D |--0-------------------0---0-----------0------------||A |--------------3-------2---0------------------------||E |---------------------------------------------------|| + . . + . . + . . + . .
Use same guitar pattern under solo voice:
#4 DE ||------2-2-2-------------------2-2-2----------------|B ||--3---3-3-3---3---3---3-------3-3-3-------3--------|G ||--2---2-2-2---4---2---0---2---2-2-2---0---0---2----|D ||--0-----------------------4-----------2-------4----|A ||---------------------------------------------------|E ||---------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . . 1. I once had a girl, or should I 2. (Instrumental) ....
D C G DE |------2-2-2-------------------2-2-2-2-----2--------|B |--3---3-3-3-------3-------3---3-3-3-3-----3--------|G |--2---2-2-2-------0-------2---2-2-2-2-2---2--------|D |--0-------------------0---0-----------0------------|A |--------------3-------2---0------------------------|E |---------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . . say, she once had me; ....
DE |------2-2-2-------------------2-2-2----------------|B |--3---3-3-3---3---3---3-------3-3-3-------3--------|G |--2---2-2-2---4---2---0---2---2-2-2---0---0---2----|D |--0-----------------------4-----------2-------4----|A |---------------------------------------------------|E |---------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . . She showed me her room, is- n't it ...
D C G DE |------2-2-2-------------------2-2-2-2--------------|B |--3---3-3-3-------3-------3---3-3-3-3-----3--------|G |--2---2-2-2-------0-------2---2-2-2-2-2---2--------|D |--0-------------------0---0-----------0-------0----|A |--------------3-------2---0------------------------|E |---------------------------------------------------|
+ . . + . . + . . + . . good Nor-we-gian wood. She ... She
DmE |--1---1-1-1---1---0-0-0---0------------------------|B |--3---3-3-3---3---3-3-3---3---3-3-3----------------|G |--2---2-2-2---2---0-0-0---0---2-2-2---2---0---2----|D |--0-----------0-----------0-----------3---0---3----|A |--0-----------0-----------0------------------------|E |---------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . . asked me to stay and she told me to sit an- y - told me she worked in the morning and started to
GE |--3---3-3-3-3-----3-3-3-3-----3-3-3-3-----3--------|B |--3---3-3-3-3-----3-3-3-3-----3-3-3-3-----3--------|G |--0---0-0-0-0-----0-0-0-0-----0-0-0-0-----0--------|D |--0---0-0-0-0-0---0-0-0-0-----0-0-0-0-0---0--------|A |--2-------------------------------------------0----|E |--3-----------------------3------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . . where. So laugh. I
DmE |--1---1-1-1---1---0-0-0---0------------------------|B |--3---3-3-3---3---3-3-3---3---3-3-3----------------|G |--2---2-2-2---2---0-0-0---0---2-2-2---2---0---2----|D |--0-----------0-----------0-----------3---0---3----|A |--0-----------0-----------0-----------0------------|E |---------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . . I looked a round and I noticed there was-n't a told her I did-n't and crawled off to sleep in the
Em7 A7E |--0---0-0-0-0-----0-----0-0---0-0-0-0-0----------|B |--3---3-3-3-3-----3-----3-2---2-2-2-2-2----------|G |--0---0-0-0-0-----0-----0-0---0-0-0-0-0----------|D |--2---2-2-2-2-2-----------2---2-2-2-2-2----------|A |--2-----------2-----------0-----------0----------|E |-------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . . chair. bath.
Use same guitar pattern as in measure #4 above: D 1. I sat on a rug, bid-ing my 2. And, when I a - woke, I was a- D C G D time, drinking her wine. lone, this bird had flown. D We talked un-til two, and then she So, I lit a fire, is- n't it D C G D said "It's time for bed." good Nor-we-gian wood. Repeat from measure #4 above. Ending:
DE ||---------------------------------------------------|B ||--3---3-3-3---3---3---3-------3-3-3-------3--------|G ||--2---2-2-2---4---2---0---2---2-2-2---0---0---2----|D ||--0-----------------------4-----------2-------4----|A ||---------------------------------------------------|E ||---------------------------------------------------| + . . + . . + . . + . .
D C G DE |---------------------------------------------------||B |--3---3-3-3-------3-------3------------------------||G |--2---2-2-2-------0-------2------------------------||D |--0-------------------0---0------------------------||A |--------------3-------2---0------------------------||E |---------------------------------------------------|| + . . + . . + . . + . .
============================================================================= ============================================================================= Corrections to existing TABS: 1) Richard Cook's TAB (in D, capo on 2nd fret) lists the chords of the bridge as: Dm G She ... anywhere Dm G A I ... chair. which contains 2 errors. To be played in D the chords should be: Dm G She ... anywhere Dm Em7 A7 I ... chair. 2) Robert Hall's TAB (in E) lists the chords of the bridge as: Am D She ... anywhere Am D F# I ... chair ---> verse (E riff above) which are in the wrong key. To be played in E the chords should be: Em A She ... anywhere Em Fm7 B7 I ... chair. ============================================================================= Existing TABs: ============================================================================= Date: Sun, 20 Aug 1995 09:18:02 -0700 From: rwcook@ix.netcom.com (Richard Cook ) Subject: TAB: Norwegian Wood by The Beatles Norwegian Wood The Beatles Tabbed by Richard Cook Capo 2nd fret.
D D DE ||-2----2------2---2---2--2--2------------------2------------------2----0h2-|B ||-3----3------3---3---3--3--3------------------3--------3---------3----3---|G ||-2----4------2---0---0--0--0-------0----------2--------0---------2----2---|D |--0----0------0---0---4--4--4---2----------4---0------------------0----0---|A ||-0-------------------------------------------------3--------2----0----0---|E ||--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D D DE |--2----2------2---2---2--2--2------------------2------------------2----0h2-|B |--3----3------3---3---3--3--3------------------3--------3---------3----3---|G |--2----4------2---0---0--0--0-------0----------2--------0---------2----2---|D |--0----0------0---0---4--4--4---2----------4---0--------0---------0----0---|A |--0-------------------------------------------------3--------2----0----0---|E |---------------------------------------------------------------------------| I once had a girl, or should I say, she once had me.
D D DE |--2----2------2---2---2--2--2------------------2------------------2----0h2-|B |--3----3------3---3---3--3--3------------------3--------3---------3----3---|G |--2----4------2---0---0--0--0-------0----------2--------0---------2----2---|D |--0----0------0---0---4--4--4---2----------4---0--------0---------0----0---|A |--0-------------------------------------------------3--------2----0----0---|E |---------------------------------------------------------------------------| She showed me her room, is n't it good nor-we - gian wood.
bridge Dm GE |--------1---------------------------------------------3--------------------|B |--------3---------------------------------------------0--------------------|G |--------2---------------------------------------------0--------------------|D |--------0---------------------------------------------0--------------------|A |--------0---------------------------------------------2--------------------|E |------------------------------------------------------3--------------------| She asked me to stay and she told me to sit any - where.
Dm G A|--1--------------------------------------------3--------------0------------||--3--------------------------------------------0--------------2------------||--2--------------------------------------------0--------------2------------||--0--------------------------------------------0--------------2------------||--0--------------------------------------------2--------------0------------||-----------------------------------------------3---------------------------| I looked around and I noticed there wasn't a chair.
I sat on a rug, biding my time drinking her wine. We talked until two, and then she said it's time for bed. [repeat 1st measure] She told me she worked in the morning and started to laugh. I told her I didn't and crawled off to sleep in the bath. And, when I awoke, I was alone this bird had flown. So, I lit a fire, isn't it good Norwegian wood. [repeat 1st measure] notes: 1. Spacing doesn't indicate timing - I just lined the tab up with the lyrics. 2. Chords are tabbed for their first beat only. The D chord is strummed down, up, down. Note the hammer-on at the end of each measure. 3. Holding the D chord, use your pinky for 3rd fret notes and index finger for 1st fret notes, middle finger for 3rd fret on the A string. 4. Have an accompanist play along without a capo: E D E D [bridge] Em A Em A B --mxrangnjfumchebcqtfmbcrosshkmp-- ============================================================================= From: rh34+@andrew.cmu.edu (Robert R. Hall) Subject: Alternate TAB: Norwegian Wood Date: 6 Aug 92 16:22:34 GMT This song is in E; you can play it in D with a capo, but I don't have one, so I figured out this version. It lets you play the rhythm and lead guitar parts at the same time:
e --0---0---0---0---0---x---x---x---0---x---x---x---0----------B --0---2---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0---0----------G --1---1---1---2---1---2---2---0---1---2---2---2---1----------D --2---2---2---2---2---4---4---4---2---0---0---0---2----------A --2---2---2---2---2---0---0---0---2---4---4---4---2----------E --0---2---0---2---0---x---x---x---0---x---x---x---0----------
| | I once had a girl or shld I say she once had me -> (c) B (c) G (c) D G G (c) D G A (c) Accent the string listed below the word to bring out the melody. (c) means accent the whole chord. Use your smallest finger to hit the notes during "I once had a girl." Chorus ------ Am D She asked me to stay and she told me to sit anywhere Am D F# I looked around and I noticed there wasn't a chair ---> verse (E riff above) ---------------------------- I'm not sure of the complete lyrics, they're pretty clear on the album (Rubber Soul) Bob
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