Dispatch - Flying Horses tab

I mainly looked at a tab I saw from another site, and decided that some chords were
missed at some important songs, and that the song sounded a little different and
weirder than those chords. I combined a few tabs, and listened to the song over
and over till I got the chords on the right part. This is my first tab so hopefully
it's pretty accurate.

Tabbed/Changed by: Strtnglinenfg

Intro Part 1:e|3-3/5\3/7-7-7/10\7\5-5-5/7/10\5-5-5/7\5-----|B|3-3/7\3/8-8-8/12\8\7-7-7/8/12\7-7-7/8\7-----|G|0-0-0-0-0-0-0--0-0-0-0-0-0--0-0-0-0-0-0-----|D|--------------------------------------------|A|--------------------------------------------|E|--------------------------------------------|
Play this two times. In the Gut the Van version, the harmonica was played basically part 1 of the intro, but the one off Silent Steeples isn't. Intro Part 2: The guitar becomes softer here, as the harmonica takes over. Play these softly behind the harmonica. G D Em, C G D G D Em, C G D And thus begins the 1st Verse. Make sure to the play the chords on the exact words that was put on: G D Em Em (With picking) The River of Doubt gave birth to a, beautiful stone G D Em And in my hand I held it, and I knew I was on my own, Em (Picking) So I picked it up, G D Em (Three silent beats pass...) And held it to the sky... G D Em And in my reflection, I knew I was all alone, Em G D Yeah, Yeah...then I saw this girl with the most Em beautiful hair, she had it G D Em Wrapped around her, for clothes she did not wear. G D Em (Three silent beats pass...) I asked her for a lock, and she complied, after leaving G D Em (Let silence begin here) Georgous footsteps in the sand, as if she didn't care. Now here's the Chorus. Let the silence continue from the 1st verse right up to beginning "prettiest", where G begins. In the chorus, the C chord is seen, like it was seen in introduction: G D Well... She was the prettiest girl I ever saw and Em C stone lay still without a flaw, and the feelings I G D had to fight the law as I came to, and I went to G D And I took a look, a look down the road, to see a Em C badger, and a one eyed toad. They didn't say a word, G D They just looked at me with that, G D Em C G D D Wise old look of the old... Yeah... Wise old look of the G D Em C G D old... Yeah... Basically do the same thing that I pointed out in the first verse, the same rhythm, just the chords at the different words. It's easy to figure out. This is the second verse: And then I went down to town To my favorite, merry-go-Round, to the place where magic horses fly And you seldom see a frown And here's my favorite part of the song, the Bridge: G D But then I stole the ring, from the flying horses, Em and I can't begin to explain now. (Move quickly into the next line) G D I stole the ring from the flying horses, Em C C C And its all rusty now, G D I stole the ring from the flying horses, Em And I can't begin to explain now G D I stole the ring from the flying horses, Em C C C And its all rusty now, D Its all rusty... Here is the third verse. Just do, once again, what I said entering the second verse. Do same thing as the first verse.: Ya see, cause that stone fell through my pocket And that loch of hair blew away with the wind If you Chance to see a pawn either, Well... You know where they've been. Here the chorus again. As I've said for the second and third verse, follow what the chorus says: But don't pick them up or try to find me We're much happier to be on our own Beauty like that knows, no And if you take a look, a look down the road You'll see a badger and a one eyed toad They won't say a word they'll just look at you with that, wise old look of the old... Yeah... Wise old look of the old... Yeah.... Here's the solo. Mainly it's a sweet harmonica solo, but the guitar plays under it It's the exact same chords from the intro, part 2. G D Em, C G D G D Em, C G D Now, finally to end the song, play the bridge and fade away.
G D Em Ce--3-------2-------0------0--------------------|B--3-------3-------0------1--------------------|G--0-------2-------0------0--------------------|D--0-------0-------2------2--------------------|A--2-------0-------2------3--------------------|E--3-------0-------0------0--------------------|
This is one of Dispatch greatest songs, at the least. I might have gotten some of the wrong, sorry, but the timing of the chords and everything are perfect I think. Anyways, rox, and peace.
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