Nrbq – Ridin In My Car tab

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Date: Wed, 21 Jan 1998 12:29:11 -0500 (EST)
From: ed innes 
Subject: TAB: Ridin' In My Car by NRBQ

NRBQ: Ridin' In My Car, 1977 single written by Al Anderson, in G Major

Chords:
G(2nd octave):xx5787, Bm7/F#:x997<10>x, Am7/E:x7558x,
Am/D:x57555, Cadd13:8x<10>9<10>x, C:8x<10>98x, Gsus4:3x5533,
G7(#5):xx3443, D6:<10>99777.

Intro riff (played over verse chords):E: 7 - - 7 - - - 7 - - 7 - - - 7 - - 7 - - - 7 - - 7 -B: - 8 - - 8 - - -10 - -10 - - - 8 - - 8 - - -10 - -10G: - - 7 - - - 7 - - 7 - - - - - - 9 - - - 7 - - 9 - -
1st Verse: G(2nd octave) Bm7/F# Remember last summer when we had the chance Am7/E Am/D to find each other start making romance G(2nd octave) Bm7/F# But it didn't come off so you found another Am7/E Am/D Without one hand of a clock what good is the other 1st Chorus: Cadd13 C Cadd13 C Gsus4 G G7(#5) * And I can't find no true love oh baby it's so hard Cadd13 C Cadd13 C Am/D D6 and I still think about you every time I'm ridin' in my car * then add A then B as in: xx3443, xxx445, xxx447 2nd Verse... 2nd Chorus ;end on G instead of Am/D & D6 Bridge: Am Cm D G Aww when I'm home alone I can think of other things to do Am Cm D A D but when I'm rollin in forward motion I think about only you 3rd Verse... repeat 1st chorus; end on D, not D6
Solo: bend&releaseE: - - - - -(7b8r7)- - - - slide - - - - - - - - - - - -B: - - 7 8 10- - - - -7 8 10/12 10 - - 7 8 10/12 7/8 - -G: 7 9 - - - - - - 7 9 - - - - - - 7 9 - - - - - - - 7/9
repeat 1st chorus repeat intro riff Notes: Arranged by NRBQ with contrasting chords for electric clavinet. To reconcile for solo guitar, add D chord at last beat of verse, and instead of Cadd13 to C in the chorus, try C6add9 (8x7755) to Cadd13 (875555). A simplified arrangement for solo guitar accompaniment in the 1st octave would be: Verse- G, Bm, Am7, Am/D (xx0210), G, Bm, Am7, Am/D to D (on last beat), Chorus- C6add9 (x3x230), C, etc.
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