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Rodriguez – Sugar Man tab
Sugar Man by Rodriguez Am E Dm7 Dm9 Dm C D7 Bb G 0 0 1 5 1 0 2 1 1 3 1 0 1 5 3 1 1 1 3 3 2 1 2 5 2 0 2 2 3 0 2 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 3 0 0 2 x (5) x 3 x 3 1 2 x 0 x x x x x 1 1 3 Intro: Am E|Dm7 E|E| V1: Am E Dm9 E Dm Am Sugar Man won't you hurry, cos I'm tired of these scenes (Am) E Dm9 E E Am For a blue coin won't you bring back all those colours to my dreams C Am D7 F C F Bb E Silver magick ships you carry - jumpers, coke, sweet 'mary jane' V2: Am E Dm9 E Dm Am Sugar Man, met a false friend on a lonely dusty road (Am) E Dm9 E Dm E Am Lost my heart, when I found it it had turned to dead black coal C Am D7 F C F Bb E Silver magick ships you carry - jumpers, coke, sweet 'mary jane' v3: Am E Dm9 E Dm E Am Sugar Man you're the answer that makes my questions disappear (Am) E Dm9 E Dm E Am E Dm7 E Sugar Man, cos I'm weary of those double games I hear Am E Dm9 E Am E Dm9 E Am E Dm9 E Sugar Man, Sugar Man, Sugar Man, Sugar Man, Sugar Man, Sugar Man, Sugar Am E Dm7 E Man... into instrumental... Am E|Dm E|Am E|E|E Am|Am|Am| Then repeat all three verses, gradually fading out with increasing reverb, and end on my questions diappear." Notes: Sounds great with a bit of palm-muting on an acoustic. Generally you could get away with Dm7 for Dm9 - it's easier and sounds almost the same when you're singing over the top. that matter you could simply use Dm for both Dm7 and Dm9 if you wish - still sounds Personally I'm dubious about that first F chord in "Silver Magick ships...", I feel it probably be a G. Enjoy!! Submitted by Wayne R. Guihot (aka Morgorath Le Chevalier)