Sherwood – Lake Tahoe tab

Tabbed by: Evan


Tuning: Standard

This song uses only a few chords repeated so I will just name them and show where they 
played in the song.

   G       Em7       Dsus4       Cadd9       Dsus4/F#

e|-3--------3----------3-----------3-------------3---------------------------|B|-3--------3----------3-----------3-------------3---------------------------|G|-0--------0----------2-----------0-------------2---------------------------|D|-0--------2----------0-----------2-------------0---------------------------|A|-2--------2----------0-----------3-------------x---------------------------|E|-3--------x----------x-----------x-------------2---------------------------|
Intro: G G Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 Cadd9 Em7 Dsus4 G (The last G is the first one where the lyrics start) Theres also a keyboard playing and heres the tab for if you have a second guitar and want to play it. It also plays at other various points in the song but its exactly the same throughout.
e|---0----2----3----5----7----5----3-----------------------------------------|B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G G Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 These steps they remind me of places I used to know, Em7 Dsus4 G The smell and the sand of Lake Tahoe, Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 The restaurants and strip malls and chimney smoke, G G Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 And these bricks they remind me of places I used to go, Em7 Dsus4 G With log cabins lining a dirt road, Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 When my obligations were in the snow, G Dsus4/F# Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 I miss home and I miss you, G Dsus4/F# Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 When there's no one around and nothing to do, G G Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 And I still remember those weekends when I was nine, Em7 Dsus4 G And four hours seemed like a lifetime, Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 But look out the window son, you'll be fine, G G Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 And I traced the railroad through mountains and watched the trees, Em7 Dsus4 G The white powder resting on their leaves, Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 Em7 Dsus4 As I pulled a blanket over my knees, For the solo, one guitar plays the verse chords with the same strumming Guitar 1: G G Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 Cadd9 Em7 Dsus4 G x2 Guitar 2:
e|--------------------3------------------------------------------------------|B|---------3-------------3--5--3--0-----------3-----5--3--0--1--3--1---------|G|-4--\0------------4-----------------5--\0----------------------------------|D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
e|--------------------3------------------------------------------------------|B|---------3-------------3--5--3--0-----------3-----5--3--0--1--3--1--0------|G|-4--\0------------4-----------------5--\0----------------------------------|D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|A|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
The song picks right back into the chorus with a longer chord progression. G Dsus4/F# Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 Cadd9 Em7 Dsus4 Oh, I miss home and I miss you, G Dsus4/F# Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 Cadd9 Em7 Dsus4 When there's no one around and nothing to do, G Dsus4/F# Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 Cadd9 Em7 Dsus4 And I know that you're keeping busy too, G Dsus4/F# Em7 Dsus4 Cadd9 Cadd9 Em7 Dsus4 But I miss home and I miss you. and end it on G and you should have played an awesome and simple song. | / slide up | \ slide down | h hammer-on | p pull-off | ~ vibrato | + harmonic | x Mute note ===============================================================================
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