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At the harbour, Renaissance

#----------------------------------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. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------## # Date: Fri, 18 Feb 1994 12:14:38 +0200 (IST) From: Ofir Zwebner <ofirz1@ccsg.tau.ac.il> Subject: At the Harbour AT THE HARBOUR -------------- By Dunford/Thatcher >From the album Ashes Are Burning by Renaissance (1973) Play with Capo on second fret. The chords listed hear are transposed one tone backward (Am should actually be Bm when the Capo is applied) All verses have the same sequence of chords. The two chorus have another sequence. There is a piano intro and ending, ommitted here. The verses are played in a fast arpeggio. Simply pluck the chords of the chorus. With Capo | Otherwise Am x-0-2-2-1-0 | x-2-4-4-3-2 Bm D x-x-0-2-3-2 | 0-2-2-1-0-0 E F 1-3-3-2-1-1 | 3-2-0-0-0-3 G G 3-2-0-0-0-3 | x-0-3-3-3-0 A C x-3-2-0-1-0 | x-x-0-2-3-2 D E 0-2-2-1-0-0 | 2-4-4-3-2-2 F# Dm x-x-0-2-3-1 | 0-2-2-0-0-0 Em Em 0-2-2-0-0-0 | 2-4-4-2-2-2 F#m Am D Out at daybreak to the sun C D Seas are drifting glass Am D The tides were turning to the storm C D Winds were moving fast F G Women waiting at the harbour C E Silent stand around F G Weather storms another day C E For men the sea has found Fisherman were laying nets The barrels spread the bait The seagulls warning echoed round Winds that wouldn't wait People gathered at the harbour Waiting for the tide Eyes half closed against the spray And tears they cannot hide [Chorus] Am Dm Shadows falling at the harbour G C Women stant around Am Dm Weather storms another way G Em Am D C D For man the sea had drowned Hulls were creaking crashing sails Rains were slanting down The oilskins flapping, decks awash Slanting turning round Thunder roaring at the harbour Women drawn in fear Huddle up to wait the time And pray the sky well clear Howling winds and the raging waves Cracked upon the boats And torn from safety, torn from life Men with little hope Ghostly echoes at the harbour Whispering of death Women weeping holding hands Of those they still have left [Chorus] Shadows falling at the harbour Women stant around Weather storms another way For man the sea had drowned Have Fun! Transcribed by Ofir Zwebner. Feel free to send any corrections/Requests to my address: e-mail: ofirz1@ccsg.tau.ac.il From: Billdozer1@aol.com Date: Sun, 22 Sep 1996 11:05:10 -0400 Subject: Chords: At the harbour by Renaissance Artist: Renaissance Song: At the Harbour Album: Ashes are Burning (1973) Track: 5 Written by: Dunford/Thatcher Transcribed by: Clark and Matt Peacock. Please e-mail comments/suggestions to: billdozer1@aol.com Special thanks to: Ofir Zwebner (Author of the original transcription) for the words. Capo on 7 for recorded key. A7sus2 is suggested pulloff after Asus2, but may not be correct. Use it if you want. "All verses have the same sequence of chords. The two chorus have another sequence. There is a piano intro and ending, ommitted here. The verses are played in a fast arpeggio. Simply pluck the chords of the chorus." Taken from Ofir Zwebner's transcription. A6+9 X44200 Asus2 X02200 A7sus2 X02000 A6+9 Asus2 A7sus2 0----- 0----- 0----- 0----- 0----- 0----- --2--- --2--- 0----- ----4- --2--- --2--- ----4- 0----- 0----- X----- X----- X----- All other chords are in their standard positions. Em A6+9 Out at daybreak to the sun G Asus2 A7sus2 Seas are drifting glass Em A6+9 The tides were turning to the storm G Asus2 Winds were moving fast C D Women waiting at the harbour G B Silent stand around C D Weather storms another day G B For men the sea has found Fisherman were laying nets The barrels spread the bait The seagulls warning echoed round Winds that wouldn't wait People gathered at the harbour Waiting for the tide Eyes half closed against the spray And tears they cannot hide [Chorus] Em Am Shadows falling at the harbour D G Women stant around Em Am Weather storms another way D Bm Em A6+9 G Asus2 A7sus2 For man the sea had drowned Hulls were creaking crashing sails Rains were slanting down The oilskins flapping, decks awash Slanting turning round Thunder roaring at the harbour Women drawn in fear Huddle up to wait the time And pray the sky well clear Howling winds and the raging waves Cracked upon the boats And torn from safety, torn from life Men with little hope Ghostly echoes at the harbour Whispering of death Women weeping holding hands Of those they still have left [Chorus] Shadows falling at the harbour Women stant around Weather storms another way For man the sea had drowned


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