Connells - Waiting My Turn tab

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From: Chris Ambrose 

Waiting My Turn by The Connells

off of the One Simple World album

The song is actually played a half step lowere than shown here
but this is the easier way to play it.  If you want to play
along then transpose it down a half step.

The opening riff is the bass notes  G  F#  C  C   C   D  G
(If you can't get it listen to the song-- that goes for
everything here.)

This same riff is used for the verse but with chords.
Use a full G, full G with F# bass, Cadd9(?), and D

Full G:--o-- G with F#:--o-- Cadd9:--o-- --o-- --o-- --o-- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -o--- -o--- ----- --o-- --o-- -o--- -----
The chorus is C G D D C G C The outro is G C D G C D which changes to Em C D G Em C D G after the first time through Here's the song: G G/F# Cadd9 D I asked her to stay here with me a while, Oh she said no These words mean nothing these thoughts won't fly, O she said no And where would this lead us to anyway, O she said no Well I crossed the line in half the time and that's insane O she said C G D D C G D(not C as above) Hey now keep yourself in town, won't you? And daylight keep yourself in sight, won't you? G G/F# C add9 D So I asked her to come back some other time, O she said no These words ring holloow these thoughts aren't mine, O she said- C G D D C G C Hey now keep yourself in town, won't you? And daylight keep yourself in sight, won't you? outro: G C D G C D So I'm sitting here and waiting my turn, Oh well maybe next time G C D Em C D G So I'm sitting here and waiting my turn, Oh well Maybe next time Em C D G Em C D G Maybe next time, I will learn, oh yes Maybe next time I will learn. Chorus Outro The first Em in the outro falls on the Maybe. Good luck understanding this all. Thanks to Ben Foster for figuring this out with me. See ya, Chris Ambrose From: wvaughan@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu (William Vaughan) Date: 20 Jun 1995 17:50:41 GMT Subject: CRD Connells "Waiting My Turn" Connels - Waiting My Turn off "One Simple Word" Capo on 4rd fret and low E string tuned to D. Chords will be writtin as if the 4th fret was the nut (ie - a D is an F#) The idea during the verses is to let the base note ring out over the D chord. I usually hit the bass note by itself and then play the whole chord. Also, sometimes I leave out the F# on the first string. Chords D xx0232 D/F# 4x0232 D/C# x4x232 A x0222x D/A x00232 G 5x0033 D/G 5x0232 D* 000232 Verse 1 D D/C# D/G I asked her to stay with me awhile D/A D* Oh she said no D D/C# D/G These words mean nothing, these thoughts aren't mine D/A D* Oh she said no Verse 2 - same as Verse 1 And where would this lead us to anyway Oh she said no And I crossed the line in half the time and thats insane Oh she said Prechorus 1 D A G Hey now keep yourself in town D G D G Won't you D A G And daylight, keep yourself in sight D G A Won't you Verse 3 - same as other two So I asked her to come back some other time Oh she said no These words ring hollow, these thoughts aren't mine Oh she said Prechorus 2 - same as PC1 Hey now keep yourself in town Won't you And daylight, keep yourself in sight Won't you Chorus 1 D G A So I'm just sitting here and waiting my turn G D/F# A Oh now, maybe next time D G A So I'm just sitting here and waiting my turn G D/F# A D Oh now, maybe next time, I will learn (Instrumental) Prechorus 3 - same as other two Hey now keep yourself in town Won't you And daylight, keep yourself in sight Won't you Chorus 2 - same as 1 So I'm just sitting here and waiting my turn Oh now, maybe next time So I'm just sitting here and waiting my turn Oh now, maybe next time, I will learn Maybe next time, I will learn Maybe next time, I will learn
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