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Jimi Hendrix
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Castles made of sand, Jimi hendrix

#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------# #This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the # #song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------## Received: from animal-farm.nevada.edu by redrock.nevada.edu (5.65c/M1.4) with SMTP id <AA16618> Wed, 3 Mar 1993 16:09:18 -0800 Received: from post2.INRE.ASU.EDU by animal-farm.nevada.edu id <AA04048@animal-farm.nevada.edu> Wed, 3 Mar 1993 16:09:14 -0800 Received: from ASUVM.INRE.ASU.EDU (MAILER@ASUACAD) by asu.edu (PMDF #2382 ) id <01GVDNQ5FCSG96W2DY@asu.edu> Wed, 3 Mar 1993 17:09:01 MST Received: from ASUACAD (IFSXM) by ASUVM.INRE.ASU.EDU (Mailer R2.10 ptf000) with BSMTP id 7938; Wed, 03 Mar 93 17:08:42 MST Date: 03 Mar 1993 17:07:48 -0700 (MST) From: Paul Zimmerman <IFSXM@asuvm.inre.asu.edu> Subject: TAB: Castles Made of Sand - Hendrix To: jamesb@animal-farm.nevada.edu Message-Id: <01GVDNQ5FCSI96W2DY@asu.edu> Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7BIT CASTLES MADE OF SAND Jimi Hendrix / = slide up, down AH = artificial harmonic () = sustain the note h = hammer on p = pull off T = note held down with thumb | = shows where the bar is for the lyrics f = full bend h = half bend q = quarter bend r = reverse bend Moderate rock = 126 Intro: ----3-|/5----5/8----8/10---108----8-|5----53----3/5---------|---p3--------- ----1-|/3----3/6----6/8-----86----6-|3----31----1/3---------|---(3)-------- 4 ------|------------------------------|-------------------------|-------------- - ----3-|/5----5/8----8/10---108----8-|5----53----3/5---------|---(5)-------- 4 ------|------------------------------|-------------------------|-------------- ----1-|/3----3/6----6/8-----86----6-|3----31----1/3---------|---(3)-------- Slower = 94 AH |------- |-------------------------------------------|--------------------- |------- |-----------7h10p7--------------------------|----------5---------- 1 |------- 4 |------------------7-------------7---------|----------5--5-5-5--- - |------- - |-------7/9--------9---7-----7--(7)--------|----------5--5-7-5--- 4 |------- 4 |-----5------------------10-----(10)-p(0)--|--------3---------(7) |-3--3-- |-5/7---------------------------------------|-2/3h5--------------- Down the |----------------------------|----------------------------------| |----3-----------------------|----3-----------------------------| |----4--------------5------5-|----4-------3-3-----5---(5)-------| |----5------3-3-----5------5-|----5-------3-3-----5-5-(5)-------| |-------3h5-----5/7----------|-------3h5------5/7---------------| |-3--------------------6-----|-3-----------------------6--------| T T street you can hear her scream you're a disgrace as she|slams the door in his dr |------------------------------------------|------------------------------------ |------------------------------------------|-----------------5----5------------- |-------------0----0------------0-----0----|--------5h7---7----5-h7--5---------- |----------3--3----3------------3-----3----|----------------------------7---5--- |----------3--3----3--3------3-----3-------|--------------------------------5-h7 |-1---1---------------1------1-----------1/|-5---------------------------------- T T and now he stands outside and all the neighbors start to gossip and |------------------------------------- |--------------------------| |---------8---12--12--12---12p0------- |----------------------5---| |-------------------------------x----- 2 |----------------------5---| |---------9---12--12--12---12---x----- - |----------------------5---| |-------------------------------x----- 4 |---------3---5/7----------| |-0---------------0---0----0------0--- |-3--/5--------------------| drool He |------------------------------------|-------5--5-----------------------| |-------12--12-x---------------------|-------3--3--------------3--------| 4 |-------0---0--x------3--3------3--3-|-------0----0-2--4p2---2h4--------| - |-------12--12-x------3--3------3--3-|-------5-------------5--------53-| 4 |----------------0h5-------0h5-------|----------------------------------| |-3--3-------------------------------|-3--3-----------------------------| T cries "Oh, girl you must be mad, what happened to the sweet love you and me had? |-----------------------------------|-----------------0--------0-------------| |-----------1---1--1----------------|-----------------0--0-----0-------------| |-----------------------------------|-----------0h2------2/4-------42p0-----| |-----------3---3--3------3-------3-|-------------------------------------2--| |-------------------------3---------|-0--------------------------------------| |-1-------------------1---1--3/5----|----------------------------------------| T gainst the door he leans and starts a scene, and his| tears fall and burn the |------------------------------------------ |---------------------| |------------------------------------------ |---------------------| |------------------------------------------ 2 |-------0----------5--| |-----------0h2----2--2p0------------------ - |-------3----------5--| |-------------------------0h2----2-----0--- 4 |------------2/3------| |-0---------------------------------------- |-3/5-----------------| garden green. And so castles made of sand |---------------------------------|--------------------|-----------7--------- |---------------------------------|--------------------|-----------7h10p7-7-- 4 |---------0----------0-------5--5-|--------------------|-----------7------7-- - |---------5----------5-------5--5-|--------5-----------|--------7------------ 4 |---------5--------5-5--5/7-------|------5-----5-------|-----5--------------- |-3---3----------3----------------|-3--3-3---3-3--3--3-|5/7------------------ T T in the sea, e- ventually |--------------------------------|------------------------------| |--------------------------------|------------------------------| |-------5------5--------5------5-|--------0---------------------| |-------5--5-7-5----5---5------5-|--------5-5p0-----3--3------5-| |----3------------8---8------8---|----5---------3h5-------------| |/5------------------------6-----|-3----------------------/6----| T AH A little indian brave who, before he was ten, pla |---------------------------------------|--------------------------------------- |---------------------------------------|-----------1-----1--1------------------ |-------4----------3----------5---------|-----------0-----0--------------------- |-------5----------3--3-------5-----5---|-----------3-----3---------3-----3---3- |-------5-----3h5--------5/7------------|------------------------------3--3----- |-3---------------------------------6---|-1-------------------3/5--------------- T T war games in the woods w/his indian friends and he|built a dream that when he gr |-------------------------------------5--5-|------------------------------------ |------------5----5-------------------5--5-|------8--------------9--(9)-------- |-------------------------------------5--5-|------7----------------------------- |------------7----7----------7--------7--7-|------9-9---9----------------------- |------------7----7------------------------|------7---7-7--7h10---------------0- |-5---------------------5/7--------5-------|-0-----------------------------0---- T T be a fearless warrior indian chief |---------------------- |-----------3-----3----------| |---------------------- |---------3---3h5----3-------| 2 |--------------------5- 4 |--------------------2h4-2---| - |------3-------------5- - |--------------------------0-| 4 |------3-------/7------ 4 |----------------------------| |-1-------------------- |-3----3---------------------| T T Many moons past and more the dream grew strong until |-------------------------------|------------------------------------------| |---------3--3-3-3---3----------|------------------------------------------| |------------2-4-2---2-2--------|-------0-------------------------0--------| |-0--0-0--3--3-3---3---3-3------|-------3-------------------------3--------| |-------------------------------|-------3--------3-------------------------| |-3--3-3--3------------3----2---|--1----------------1-------1--------------| T morrow he would sing his first war song and fight his first battle but something wrong; |-----------------------------------------|------------------------------------- |-----------------------------------------|------------------------------------- |-----------------------------------------|--------------------------------7-7-7 |-------------------------------------5h7-|--------------9----9-9----------9-9-7 |---7-------------7-----7--9-9-0--5h7-----|--------------7----7-7----------7-7-7 |---5-------------------------------------|-0--------0--------------0----------- T prise attack killed him in his sleep that night |---------------------- |----------------------------------| |---------------------- |----------3--------------3-3------| 2 |-----------------5---- 4 |----------0----------0-0-0-0----0-| - |-----------------5---- - |----------5----------5-5-5-5----5-| 4 |---------3---5/7------ 4 |----------5------------------5----| |---1h3/5-------------- |-3----3----------------------3----| T And so castles made of sand melts into the sea e |------------------|---------------------------------|-------------------------- |-3----------------|--------------7h10p7-------------|-------------------------- |-0----------------|---------------------7---------7|--------------5-----5----5 |-5--------5-------|----------7-------------7----7---|----------(7)-5-----5--5-5 |-5--------5-------|------5-------------------10-----|---5------------5h7----8-- |-3--3-3-3-3--3--3-|-5/7-----------------------------|/7------------------------ ventually |-----3-----3-------------------------|-------------------------------------| |-----3-h5--3---3---3----3-----3--3---|-------------------------------------| |-----------0---2h4-2----2--2-----2---|-----------3------------5--5---------| |-------------------0----3----------3-|-----------3---3--3-----5--5-------5-| |-------------------------------------|-----3h5------------5/7--------------| |-3-----------------------------------|-3----------------------------6------| T T |---------------------------------------|------------------------------------3-| |---------------------------------------|-------3------------------------3-6---| |-12---12---11----(11)5-5---(5)---3--|---5-3---5---p3----3h5p3-5-5f-r-------| |---------------------------------------|-5---------------5--------------------| |---------------------------------------|--------------------------------------| |---------------------------------------|--------------------------------------| T |-----------3-----------------------|---------------------------------------15-- |-6f--r-6---------------------------|------------------12h15--12--15-15f-------1 |---------------5f--r-----(5)-----3/|12-------12h14f-r------14------------------ |-----------------------------------|----(14)----------------------------------- |-----------------------------------|------------------------------------------- |-----------------------------------|------------------------------------------- was a young girl whose heart was a frown cos she|was crippled for life and she c speak a soun |--------------------------------------------|---------------------------------- |--------------------------------------------|------------------------5-----5--- |--------------------------------------------|---------------------------------- |-3---------3----------------------3---------|-7---------------7--7---7-----7--- |-3---------------------------3--------------|---------------------------------- |-1----------------------1--------------3-/5-|-5----------5----5--5---5-----5--- T T T wished and prayed she could stop livin, so she de- |---------------------------------- |-----------------------------| |-8------8--------------10--8-8---- |---------3--3----------------| |-7------7---7--7------(7)--7-7---- 2 |---------0--0---------5---5--| |-9------9---9--9---9-9-9---9-9---- - |---------3--3---------5---5--| |-7---------------7-7-7------------ 4 |--3/5---------5/7--7---------| |-0-------------------------------- |-----------------------------| cided to die. She |------------3h5----3-3--3-----5-----------|-------------5------5--5--5------ |---3-3--3-----3----3-3--3--3--3-----------|-------------3------3--3--3------ 4 |------------------------------------------|-------------0---------0--0-----0 - |---5-5--5-----5------------5--5-------5-5|-------------5---------5--5-----5 4 |------------------------------5---5/7-----|--------------------------------- |---3-3--3---------------------------------|-3--3--3--3------------------3--- T T wheelchair to the edge of the shore and to her legs she smiled you won't hurt me |-----------------------------------------|------------------------------------- |------------1----------------------------|---------5--------------------------- |------------0---0-0--0---------------0---|-----0------------------------------- |------------3-----------------3------3---|/7-------7------------------7-------7 |-----------------------------------------|----------------------(5)------------ |--1---------1--------------1-----1-------|/5------------------------------5---- T T But then a sight she'd never seen made her jump and say|look a golden winged |---------------------------------------- |--------------------| |---------8------------------------------ |-------3------------| |---------7-------------------9-7-----9 2 |-------2--------5---| |---------9------------------------------ - |-------3--------5---| |---------7-----------/10---------------- 4 |-----------3--------| |-0----0--------0--0--------------------- |---1----------------| T ship is passing my way.(Spoken)And it really didn't|have to stop, it just kep |---------------------------- |------------------- |---3----------------- |----------------3----------- |------------------- |---3----------------- 4 |---------4---------4-------- 2 |------------------- 4 |---0----------------- - |---------5------------5----- - |----------5------5- - |---5----------------- 4 |---------5---------------5-- 4 |----------5-------- 4 |---5----------------- |-3-----------------------3-- |--3--3-3--3---3---- |---3----------------- T T T And so castles made of sand |----------------------------------------|-----------------------------------| |--------------7h10p7--------------------|-------------5---------------------| |---------------------7---------7---7---|----------5--5---5-----------------| |----------7/9--------7---9-----7---7---|-------------5-8-5------5----------| |-------5---------------------7h9-7h9---|---3------------------8------0h8-8| |--5/7---------------------------------2/|5------------------6---------------| slips into the sea e- ventually |-------------------------------------|----------------------------------------- |-------------------------------------|------3---------------------------------- |-------------3-----------5-------53-|------4-----------3-------------5--5----- |------3------3-3-(3)-----5-5-----53-|------5-----------3--3----------5--5----- |------3---5-------5--5/7-------------|-----------3--5-----------6--7----------- |-3---------------------------6-6-----|-3------------------------------------6-- T |--------------------------------------------| |-------3------------------------------------| |-------4-----------3----------5--5----------| |-------5-----3-----3--3-------5--5--------5| |-------------3--5--------6--7---------------| |-3----------------------------------6--6----| T repeat into and fade, slower rock = 72 Remember, the guitar solo is played backwards on the album, so it may sound a little different. Peace, love, and soul, Paul Zimmerman

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