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The ocean, Dar williams

#----------------------------------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. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------# # From spostel@cs.oberlin.edu Tue Apr 8 13:08:25 1997 Date: Thu, 13 Mar 1997 20:44:45 -0500 (EST) From: Steve Postellon <spostel@cs.oberlin.edu> To: dre.orphanides@oberlin.edu, guitar@olga.net, acoustic@olga.net Subject: CRD: "The Ocean" by Dar Williams standard tuning, no capo. Each chord name or dash indicates one dotted quarter note (one beat, since the song is in 12/8 most of the time). Frequently on successive A chords, Dar does a hammer-on/pull-off, so A-Asus4 is more accurate. Similarly, on successive D chords, she frequently does D-Dsus2 (pulling off on the high E string). Finally, the pattern G - Em - is frequently really G G/F# Em Em (listen for a descending bass line on the recording to find out exactly when). This transcription condenses the acoustic and electric guitar parts, is faithful primarily to the acoustic part, and is playable on a solo acoustic. The Ocean by Dar Williams from the album _Mortal City_ intro: G G/F# / Em - / A - / D - / - - G - Em - - - When I went to your town on the wide open shore A - D D G Oh I must confess, I was drawn, I was drawn to the ocean, G Em - - - I thought it spoke to me A A Bm G It said, "Look at us, we're not churches, not schools A Bm Not skating ponds, swimming pools. G - Em - - - And we have lost people, haven't we though?" A - D - Oh, that's what the ocean can know of a body G G A - And that's when I came back to town - - F#m This town is a song about you G A Bm G You don't know how lucky you are A Bm G A You don't know how much I adore you Bm G A Em - A - D - - - You are the welcoming back from the ocean G - Em - - - I went back to the ocean today A - D - G With my books and my papers I went to the rocks by the ocean - Em - But the weather changed quickly A - Bm G Oh the ocean said, "What are you trying to find, A Bm I don't care, I'm not kind G - Em - - - I've bludgeoned your sailors, I've spat out their keepsakes, A - D - Oh it's ashes to ashes but always the ocean," G - A - But the ocean can't come to this town - - F#m This town is a song about you G A Bm G You don't know how lucky you are A Bm G A You don't know how much I adore you Bm G A Em - A - D - - - You are the welcoming back from the ocean Interlude: G - A Bm (4x) G - Em - A - D - (same chords as last five lines of previous verse) And the ones that can know you so well Are the ones that can swallow you whole I have a good and I have an evil I thought the ocean, the ocean thought nothing You are a welcoming back from the ocean. (same as previous full verse, up to the last line) I didn't go back today, I wanted to show you that I was more land than water I went to pick flowers. I brought them to you, look at me, look at them With their salt up the stem But you frowned when I smiled and I tried to arrange them You said, "Let me tell you the song of this town," You said, "Everything closes at five. After that, well you just got the bars You don't know how precious you are Walking around with your little shoes dangling Bm G A Em - I am the one who lives with the ocean, A - It's where we came from, you know, - - F#m And sometimes I just want to go back. G A Bm G After a day, we drink till we're drowning A Bm G A Walk to the ocean, wade in with our workboots, Bm G - D Wade in our workboots, try to finish the job. G A Bm G You don't know how precious you are A Bm G A I am the one who lives with the ocean Bm G A Bm You don't know how I am the one. G A Bm Em - A - D - - - You don't know how I am the one" Ending: repeat G - A Bm to fade Enjoy, Steve -- spostel@cs.oberlin.edu banafish on PBeM, IGS, FIBS ><> Bananafish ><> http://www.cs.oberlin.edu/students/spostel he slept on leptons taco cat "It's in B flat! We can't play it!"--Mike Mills tahini hat From davel@earlham.edu Fri Apr 18 10:40:25 1997 Date: Sun, 16 Mar 1997 13:48:46 -0500 From: Dave Lorand <davel@earlham.edu> To: guitar@olga.net, acoustic@olga.net Subject: CRD: The Ocean by Dar Williams Newsgroups: rec.music.makers.guitar.tablature (A copy of this message has also been posted to the following newsgroups: rec.music.makers.guitar.tablature) The Ocean by Dar Williams from her album _Mortal City_, published by Razor & Tie Entertainment, LLC. All of the chords here are pretty straightforward. G/F# is just your usual G major with an F# in the bass (that's 2nd fret on the low E string). Instead of specifying major and minor, I've used capital letters for major and lower-case for minor. On the album there's a lot of extra stuff - electic guitar, violin, bass, drums. It does OK with just voice and acoustic guitar, though. I wrote out the rhythm for the intro; for the rest you're on your own. Intro: G / G/F# / e / e / A / A / D / A / D / A / G G/F# e When I went to your town on the wide open shore, A D G Oh I must confess I was drawn, I was drawn to the ocean, G/F# e A I thought it spoke to me, it said, ³Look at us, b G A b G We're not churches, not schools, not skating ponds, swimming pools, e And we have lost people, haven¹t we though?² A D Oh, that's what the ocean can know of a body, G A f# And that's when I came back to town, this town is a song about you. G A b G A b G A You don't know how lucky you are, you don't know how much I adore you, b G A e A D You are the welcoming back from the ocean. G G/F# e I went back to the ocean today, A D G With my books and my papers I went to the rocks by the ocean, G/F# e A But the weather changed quickly, oh the ocean said, b G A b ³What are you trying to find, I don¹t care, I¹m not kind, G e I¹ve bludgeouned your sailors, I¹ve spat out their keepsakes, A D Oh it¹s ashes to ashes, but always the ocean,² G A f# But the ocean can't come to this town, this town is a song about you. G A b G A b G A You don't know how lucky you are, you don't know how much I adore you, b G A e A D You are the welcoming back from the ocean. Interlude: (La la) G G/F# A b (4 times) G e A D G A f# And the ones that can know you so well are the ones that can swallow you whole. G A b G A b G A I have a good and I have an evil, I thought the ocean, the ocean thought nothing, b G e A D You are the welcoming back from the ocean. G G/F# e I didn't go back today, A D G I wanted to show you that I was more land than water, G/F# e A I went to pick flowers. I brought them to you, b G A b Look at me, look at them, with their salt up the stem, G e But you frowned when I smiled and I tried to arrange them, A D You said, ³Let me tell you the song of this town,² G A f# You said, ³Everything closes at five. After that, well, you just got the bars, G A b G You don¹t know how precious you are, A b G A walking around with your little shoes dangling, b G A e I am the one who lives with the ocean, A f# It's where we came from, you know, and sometimes I just want to go back. G A b G After a day, we drink ¹til we¹re drowning, A b G A walk to the ocean, wade in with our workboots, b G D Wade in our workboots, try to finish the job. G A b G A b G A You don't know how precious you are, I am the one who lives with the ocean. b G A b G A b e A D You don't know how I am the one. You don't know how I am the one.² Interlude: (La la) G G/F# A b (22 times, fading out) Enjoy, Dave -- Dave Lorand davel@earlham.edu http://www.cs.earlham.edu/~davel/


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