Hewerdine Boo – 16 Miles tab ver. 2


From Nic.Boulton@cw.mercury.co.uk Sun Mar  9 21:24:59 1997
Date: Fri, 7 Mar 1997 07:59:16 +0000
From: Nic.Boulton@cw.mercury.co.uk
To: guitar@nevada.edu


could you please DELETE my .crd and .tab postings for
/h/boo_hewerdine/16_miles.*   and REPLACE them with this one as a .tab





Richard B (sorry mate, I lost your full address sometime during the EMI
episode) sends this new fingering which makes it much easier on the
fingertips- Nic :

Chords and fingerings that I use (ignoring the capo at first fret).  It
is far easier to move the first or second finger to play the F# on the
high E string

C add 9 C add 9 #11e:---|---|-4-|---| e:---|-1-|---|---|B:---|---|-3-|---| B:---|---|-3-|---|G:---|---|---|---| G:---|---|---|---|D:---|-1-|---|---| D:---|---|---|---|A:---|---|-2-|---| A:---|---|-2-|---|E:---|---|---|---| E:---|---|---|---|
Dsus4 De:---|---|-4-|---| e:---|-2-|---|---|B:---|---|-3-|---| B:---|---|-3-|---|G:---|-1-|---|---| G:---|-1-|---|---|D:---|---|---|---| D:---|---|---|---|A:---|---|---|---| A:---|---|---|---|E:---|---|---|---| E:---|---|---|---|
Em7 Em9e:---|---|-4-|---| e:---|-2-|---|---|B:---|---|-3-|---| B:---|---|-3-|---|G:---|---|---|---| G:---|---|---|---|D:---|-2-|---|---| D:---|---|---|---|A:---|-1-|---|---| A:---|-1-|---|---|E:---|---|---|---| E:---|---|---|---|
Note: for Em7 Boo Hewerdine plays this chord with the D string open, but I prefer the sound of the chord with the D string fretted.
G Gmaj7e:---|---|-4-|---| e:---|-1-|---|---|B:---|---|-3-|---| B:---|---|-3-|---|G:---|---|---|---| G:---|---|---|---|D:---|---|---|---| D:---|---|---|---|A:---|-1-|---|---| A:---|---|---|---|E:---|---|-2-|---| E:---|---|-2-|---|
Intro and Verse: | Cadd9 Cadd9#11 | Dsus4 D | Em7 Em9 | G (Base string run [G A B A] :| Chorus: (instrumental) | G Gmaj7 | Dsus4 D | C D :| X 2 Bridge: | E Esus4 :| X 4 followed by verse chords (..all those lives etc..) Outro Em9 ending with a run up the base E string to the G chord ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Subject: /h/Boo Hewerdine/16 Miles.tab 16 Miles (Boo Hewerdine) ------------------------ This is on Boo Hewerdine's second album, Ignorance. It's in Ab (capo at 1) both live and on the album. Below is written as though played in G at the nut. [Intro & verse] : (G) C+2 C(b5)+2 Dsus4 D Em7 Em7(+2) Em7 * * * e----------|---3-3-3-3-3-2-|---3-3-3-3-3-2-|---3-3-3-3-3-2-|---3-3-3-3-3-| B----------|-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-|-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-|---3-3-3-3-3-3-|---3-3-3-3-3-| G----------|-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-|-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-|-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-|-0-0-0-0-0-0-| D----------|-2-------------|-0-------------|-2-------------|-2----------:| A--0-2-0-3-|-3-------------|---------------|-2-------------|-2-----------| E-3--------|---------------|---------------|(0)------------|(0)----------| Just keep that tab going throughout the song (except the bridge). Cadd2 * Dsus4 * Em7 * D'you ever see London at night and not want to go home ? D'you ever take drugs stay up late just to see what you would see D'you ever have love and hate scratched across your hand ? or did you turn round with 16 miles to go ? Cadd2 * Dsus4 * Em7 * D'you ever just walk away and disappear for days ? D'ou ever have a girl----friend called Catherine Wheel? D'you ever come home from work and say I'm never going back again? or did you turn round with 16 miles to go ? G han han ha laya Dsus4 han han ha laya Cadd2 han han ha laya Dsus4 - - - - - - - - Cadd2 * Dsus4 * Em7 * D'you ever wanna kiss me so hard it bled ? D'you ever find yourself laughing in the middle of the day D'you ever think about the first time that I came in you? or did you turn round with 16 miles to go? [Bridge]: E Esus4 E Esus4 Think about the world, and those who'd see us hang, E Esus4 E Esus4 saying it's the only language we understand, we understand Cadd2 * Dsus4 * Em7 * And all those lives, we'll never know If we turn round with 16 miles to go And all those lives, we'll never know If we turn round with 16 miles to go [Outro]:
first 3 bars of TAB above, followed by : Em7 /F# Ge --3---3-----3---3------3--3--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----3-3-3-3-3--3--3----||G --0---0-----0---0------0--0--0--0---0-0-0-0-0----0-0-0-0-0--0--0----||D --2---2-----2---2------2--2--2--2---2-2-2-2-2----2-2-2-2-2--0--0----||A --2---2-----2---2------2--2--2--2---2-2-2-2-2----2-2-2-2-2--2--2----||E --0---0-----0---0------0--0--0--0---0-0-0-0-0----0-0-0-0-0--2--3----|| . . . .
| --> Heavy on the bass strings EADGBe X32033 - Cadd2 X32032 - C(b5)add2 - 'flattened fifth' XX0233 - Dsus4 XX0232 - D 022033 - Em7 022033 - Em7add2 320033 - G 022100 - E 022200 - Esus4 The trick is to fret the B and e strings 'the wrong way round' (i.e. pinky on B string, 3rd finger on e string) so you can slide down to the second fret on the e string for the last beat in each bar (marked * above). e.g. for a Cadd2 going to C(b5)add2 (second bar) ______o____ | | | | | | |_|_|_|_|_| | | | | | | |_|_1_|_|(3) | | | | | | |_2_|_|_4_3 | | | | | | |_|_|_|_|_| I think that's about it, any comments (or better chord names!) welcome. Nic Nic.Boulton@mercury.co.uk
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