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This is what I think are the chords and lyrics to Talk Tonight which is on the B-side of Some Might Say - the new single. TALK TONIGHT - OASIS ==================== Verse ===== Em Sitting on my own, chewing on a bone Am A thousand million miles from home, and C G Am C Something hit me, somewhere right between the eyes Sleeping on a plane, you know you can't complain You took your last chance once again, and Landed, stranded, hardly even knew your name Chorus ====== C G D Em I want to talk tonight C G D Em Until the morning light C G D Em 'bout how you saved my life C Em You and me know how we are C Em You and me know how we are Verse ===== All your dreams are made of strawberry lemonade And you make sure I eat today, you Take me walking, to where you played when you were young I'll never say that I won't ever make you cry And this I say I don't know why, I know I'm leaving, but I'll be back another day &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& The higher that you climb &&& J.C.Evans@dcs.warwick.ac.uk &&&& the further you fall &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Talk Tonight by OASIS (from the single Some Might Say) This is another of Noel Gallagher's amazing acoustic tracks, taken from the single Some Might Say, which incidentally went straight to number one in the British charts, even knocking of the mighty TAKE THAT!!! Go BUY this single, the title track and Aquiesce (track 3) are just as good as this one. Em7 Sitting on my own, chewing on a bone, Asus4 A thousand million miles from home, Cadd9 G/E When something hit me, Asus4 Cadd9 Somewhere right between the eyes. Em7 Sleeping on a plane, you know you can't complain, Asus4 You took your last chance, once again I, Cadd9 G/E Landed, stranded, Asus4 Cadd9 Hardly even knew your name. Cadd9 G/E (Dsus2) I wanna talk tonight, Cadd9 G/E (Dsus2) Until the morning light, Cadd9 G/E (Dsus2) 'Bout how you saved my life, Cadd9 Asus4 You and me see how we are, Cadd9 Asus4 You and me see how we are. (Instrumental for next verse, then..) All your dreams are made of strawberry lemonade, And you make sure I eat today, you, Take me, walking, To where you played when you were young. I'll never say that I won't ever make you cry, And this I'll say, I don't know why, I, Know I'm leaving, But I'll be back another day. Chords (or rather my interpretation of them!) Low E e Em7 022030 Asus4 002230 Cadd9 032030 G/E 320030 Note: I know that at the end of the song there is twiddly bit and during the chorus there is a second guitar playing another twiddly bit over the Dsus2 but I haven't tried working them out. As usual, any corrections/comments, please send to Alan. Email: A.Fung@stud.man.ac.uk Talk Tonight - Written by Noel Gallagher Second song on the Oasis "Some Might Say" CD single. This, I hope, is a fairly accurate transcription of this beautiful Noel Gallagher song. Skip the notes if you're already familiar with it. But you may find some useful suggestions!!! Hope you enjoy it, please mail me with any thoughts, suggestions or corrections. Keith Bradnam Notes on playing: 1) To get the right sound, this song needs to be played as a mixture of strumming and picking. For the verse, a couple or so strums on each chord, and then pick the E, B and G strings in that order. I've noticed that sometimes Noel only plucks the E, and B string, and it seems that the "D" note played on the B string gives quite a characteristic quality to the song. 2) In the chorus (just after "I want to talk tonight...") there is some quick picking following the G chord. I.e. G D Dsus4 D Em -3--3----2--3---2-------0----- -0----0------------3----0----- -0-------------------2--0----- -0----------------------2----- -2----------------------2----- -3----------------------0----- If you don't want to pick this, try strumming: G, D, Dsus4, D, Dsus4, D, Em (strumming the D chords very quickly!), which also sounds ok! 3) There are loads of chords in this song (see below), and I've found that many others can be used which sound ok. You can easily substitute Am for A7sus4 or Cadd9 for C9 But I'm fairly sure (apart from right at the end, see note 4) that these are the chords as played on the song, i.e. on the CD. I've noticed that in live versions, Noel has opted for simpler chords and use of more strumming, as opposed to picking out notes. I guess if Noel plays it both ways, then this means there's no official way of doing it. But this is the most...fullsome sound, in my opinion :) At the part in the song where he sings "and you and me see how we are". It feels like you can play Am, Em7, C For some reason the B note on the second string of the Em7 chord feels right, but he doesn't play it!!! He just plays A7sus4, Cadd9! Although when he played live with Paul Weller, Paul did play that Em7 chord on the keyboard. 4) Right at the end of the song, there is some very quick strumming in the repeat chorus. I'm unsure if I've got the exact nature of these chords right, although playing G,D,C,D quickly (change on each beat) does sound about right (but I accept that there's probably an add9 in there somewhere!). Also I'm still a little hazy as to how the words "'bout how you saved my life" are sung over this part. 5) In the chorus, there are two places where the line "I wan't to talk tonight" can be sung. Noel sings this line in both places (it changes at the end) so beware! 6) Any lyrics in brackets indicate backing vocals. 7) Additional notes are enclosed in asterisks where appropriate Chords Numbers refer to fret positions on each of the six (EADGBe) strings. Note that there are two versions of G used (I think). Em7 022030 Asus4 002230 C9 032330 A7sus4 002030 Cadd9 032030 G 320003 G2 320033 D x00232 Dsus4 x00233 C 032010 Em 022000 The Song Intro: Em7 *let it ring for a bar...* Em7, Asus4, C9, G2, A7sus4, Cadd9 Verse: Em7 Sitting on my own, chewing on a bone Asus4 A thousand, million miles from home, C9 G2 A7sus4 Cadd9 When something, hit me, somewhere right between the eyes. Em7 Sleeping on a plane, you know you can't complain Asus4 You took your last chance, once again. C9 G2 A7sus4 Cadd9 *play Cadd9 for an extra bar here* I landed, stranded, hardly even knew your name... Chorus: Cadd9 G D Dsus4 D Em I want to talk tonight C G D Dsus4 D Em until the morning light C G D Dsus4 D Em 'bout how you saved my life C A7sus4 Cadd9 and you and me, see how we are A7sus4 Cadd9 and you and me, see how we are Instrumental verse: Em7, Asus4, C9, G2, A7sus4, Cadd9 Verse: Em7 All your dreams are made, of strawberry lemonade Asus4 And you make sure I eat today C9 G2 A7sus4 Cadd9 You take me, walking, to where you played when you were young. Em7 I'll never say that I, won't ever make you cry Asus4 And this I'll say, I don't know why C9 G2 A7sus4 Cadd9 *play extra bar of Cadd9* I know I'm, leaving, but I'll be back another day... End Chorus: Cadd9 G D Dsus4 D Em I want to talk tonight C G D Dsus4 D Em until the morning light C G D Dsus4 D Em 'bout how you saved my life (how you saved my life) C G D Dsus4 D G *this is part of rapid changes of G,D,C,D* I want to talk tonight (I want to talk tonight) G D C D G D Dsus4 D Em *the 1st G is the SAME G that ends the last line* 'bout how you saved my life (I want to talk tonight) C G D Dsus4 D Em 'bout how you saved my life (I want to talk tonight) C G D Dsus4 D Em 'bout how you saved my life (I want to talk tonight) C G D Dsus4 D G 'bout how you saved my life (I want to talk tonight) *sings this line a bit sadder than before* G D C D G D Dsus4 D Em (I want to talk tonight) C G D Dsus4 D G (I want to talk toni...) G D C D G D Dsus4 D Em ..igh..gh......ht) (I want to talk tonight) C A7sus4 Cadd9 and you and me, see how we are *doesn't always sing these last two lines* A7sus4 Cadd9 and you and me, see how we are Em7 From flidskog@email.unc.edu Mon Jun 24 20:39:40 1996 From Fred Lidskog flidskog@email.unc.edu> Talk Tonight, written by Noel Gallagher, performed by Oasis Talk Tonight can be found on the UK "Some Might Say" single and the US "Wonderwall" single. Great song. --I've seen a number of attempts to tab this song, but none have been quite right; some off more than others, so here's my attempt to do it right. Chords used: Em* (022030) Em2 (022033) [used in chorus only] Am* (x02030) C* (x32030) C9 (x32330) C*2 (x32022) [used in chorus only] G (3x0033) B/G (x20033) Dsus(xx0233) Intro ----- Em* (strum once) Em* Am* C9 G Am* C* Verse ----- Em* Sitting on my own, chewing on a bone Am* a thousand million miles from home, when C* G Am* C* something hit me, somewhere right between the eyes Sleeping on a plane you know you can't complain You took your last chance once again, and landed, stranded, hardly even knew your name Chorus ------ C*(continued from verse) G Dsus Em2 I wanna talk tonight C*2 G Dsus Em2 Until the morning light C*2 G Dsus Em2 'Bout how you saved my life C* Am* C* And you and me see how we are Am* C* And you and me see how we are Tab for chorus -------------- During the chorus there's a second guitar that plays this little riff during each G Dsus Em2 part of the chorus. [NOTE: this is almost the exact same riff as can be found in the "And all the roads we have to walk are winding" part of Wonderwall.] G Dsus Em2 C*2 e------3-----2-3-2---------3---3----3--3------------------- B--------3---------3-------3---3----3--3------------------- G----------0---------2-----0---0----0--0------------------- D--------------------------2---2----2--2------------------- A--------------------------2---2----3--3------------------- E---3----------------------0---0--------------------------- Musical Interlude ----------------- Played same as intro. Verse ----- All your dreams are made of strawberry lemonade and you make sure I eat today, you take me walking to where you played when you were young I'll never say that I won't ever make you cry and this I say I don't know why, I know I'm leaving, but I'll be back another day Chorus ------ Same That's pretty much it, except towards the end of the song, there are 2 changes to the usual patterns. 1) Towards the end, the "And you and me see how we are" part goes C* Am* B/G C* and you and me see how we are Am* B/G C* you and me see how we are 2) At the end where the chorus is repeating again and again, it starts to go like this every 4 measures: G Dsus Em2 I wanna talk tonight C*2 G Dsus Em2 I wanna talk tonight C*2 G Dsus Em2 Dsus C*2 Dsus I wanna talk tonight G Dsus Em2 I wanna talk tonight (whatever, and so on) Enjoy!! And if you haven't yet heard the version of Talk Tonight with Paul Weller playing keyboard and singing background vocals, check it out!! Questions, comments, corrections to flidskog@email.unc.edu