Hendrix Jimi - Wait Till Tomorrow Chords & Tabs

 

Wait Till Tomorrow Chords & Tabs

Hendrix Jimi Chords & Tabs

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Wait Till Tomorrow Tab

   
#----------------------------------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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
                         Wait Till Tomorrow  -  Jimi Hendrix
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                           From the album 'Axis : Bold As Love'



                           tabbed by Howard Wright
                           H.Wright@uk.ac.cf.astro


I'm not sure, but you'll probably have to tune down a semitone.



Intro :
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E-----------------------------------------------------
B------9h10---9h10p9----------------------------------
G------9------9---------------------9-----------------
D------9h11---9h11p9----------------9-----------------
A----------------------11-11---9h11-------------------
E--------------------------------------0-0------------


E-----------------------------------------------------
B----7h8---7h8p7--------------------------------------
G----7-----7----------------7-------------------------
D----7h9---7h9p7------------7-------------------------
A-----------------9-9---7h9---------------------------
E------------------------------0-0--------------------


E-----------------------------------------------------
B------9h10---9h10p9----------------------------------
G------9------9---------------------9-----------------
D------9h11---9h11p9----------------9-----------------
A----------------------11-11---9h11-------------------
E--------------------------------------0-0------------

[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/h/hendrix_jimi/wait_till_tomorrow_tab.html ]
E-----------------------------------------------------
B----7h8---7h8p7--------------------------------------
G----7-----7----------------7-------------------------
D----7h9---7h9p7------------7-------------------------
A-----------------9-9---7h9---------------------------
E------------------------------0-0--------------------


Verse :
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There are a lot of little variations played on a basic progression
of A and E.

Here's the outline of what he plays.


E------5--------5--5-----------------10--9--7-------------------
B------5-----x--5--5------------7----7---7--7--10--7------------
G------6-----x--6--6------------7----7---7--7--7---7------------
D------7-----x------------------7----7---7--7--7---7------------
A---0------0----------0-----------------------------------------
E---------------------------0-----------------------------------



Start with this, then use your imagination !



Link to the chorus :
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E----------------------------------------------------------------
B---------------10-----------10-----------10-------10-------10---
G-------9-------9------------9-------9--------9--------9---------
D-------11p9h11------11p9h11-----11--9h11-----9h11-----9h11------
A---0------------------------------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------------------------



E---------------------------------------------------------
B---------10-------10-------------------------------------
G----9--------9-------------------------------------------
D----9h11-----9h11----------------------------------------
A---------------------------------------------------------
E---------------------------------------------------------



Chorus :
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Again, there are a lot of different bits played here - but the 
basic feel follows a progression of :


E                             G       A
Think I'd better wait till tomorrow 

E                             G       A
Think I'd better wait till tomorrow 

E                             G       A
Think I'd better wait till tomorrow 


Then back to the intro riff, and another verse.



Howard

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