Neil Young

Hard & Heavy

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 Old Man de Neil Young

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Anyways, here's the tab, which with a *very* quick glance, looks fairly accurate to me. I quickly fixed a couple of things (noted by the "DWB:"), but the real interesting stuff is the passing notes/chords/riffs that I don't have a clue how to annotate. But I tried anyways :-) ***** lyrics: audio chords: audio corrections/additions welcome rcwoods@alf2.tcd.ie famoore@unix1.tcd.ie ----------------- Old Man : Harvest FM7 D Dsus4 D x2 FM7 D Old man look at my life, I'm a lot like you were x2 D F C G D F C F DWB: (try a quick F-G at the end of the phrase on the way back to D) D F Old man look at my life C G Twenty four and there's so much more D F Live alone in a paradise C F That makes me think of two DWB: (try a quick F-G at the end of the verse on the way back to D) D F Love lost, such a cost, C G Give me things that don't get lost. D C Like a coin that won't get tossed F G Rollin' home to you. D Am7 Em7 G D/F# DWB: (Between to D and Am7, try Dsus4->D->D9->D, pulling-off the high E from the 3rd fret to 2nd fret to open E, then a quick punch on the 2nd fret again) D Am7 Em7 G Old man take a look at my life I'm a lot like you D Am7 Em7 G I need someone to love me the whole day through D Am7 Em7 Oh, one look in my eyes and you can tell that's true. D F C G D F C F (DWB: play a quick F-G at the end of the phrase on the way back to D) Lullabies, look in your eyes, Run around the same old town. Doesn't mean that much to me To mean that much to you I've been first and last Look at how the time goes past. But I'm all alone at last. Rolling home to you. Old man look at my life, I'm a lot like you were x2 (intro chords) D F C G D notes : FM7: x00560 Dsus4: x00233 D9: x00320 Am7: x002010 Em7: 022030 FM7 is x00560, and you repeatedly hammer-on the third (G) string (0h5) The mention of Dsus4 is to indicate that you should fiddle around with the high E string, between D, Dsus4 and D9 (DWB: I made the corrections he notes in the next paragraph, and fixed up the ending) Just looking at the file right now, i wonder if the line: D F C G D F C G (or D F C G x2 ) is correct - strikes me it should end in F hmmm If you make any additions or corrections - let me know of them! cheers! rcwoods@unix1.tcd.ie