Osborne Joan - Man In The Long Black Coat Chords & Tabs

 

Man In The Long Black Coat Chords & Tabs

Osborne Joan Chords & Tabs

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Man In The Long Black Coat Chords

   
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Date: Wed, 08 Jan 1997 13:46:02 +0100
From: Torsten Geppert 
Subject: GuitarTAB of Man in the long black coat by Joan Osborne, Album Relish

Man In the Long Black Coat		
==========================

Album: Relish by Joan Osborne (1995)
	orig. by Bob Dylan
			transcribed by airborne@ciphp01.physik.uni-freiburg.de


INTRO:
Dm	Cm	Bb	(2 times)


Gm           Bb           C        D
Crickets are chirpin' the water is high
          Gm          Bb           F            Gm
There's a soft cotton dress on the line hangin' dry
Gm            Bb   C       D
Window's wide open African trees
Gm        Bb             F         Gm
Bent over backwards in a hurricane breeze
F VIII
Not a word, a goodbye, not even a note
      Gm            Bb         F          Gm
She's gone with the man in the long black coat


Gm       Bb       C       D
Somebody seem him hangin' around
       Gm        Bb          F            Gm
At the old dance hall on the outskirts of town
           Gm      Bb            C              D
He looked into her eyes when she stopped him to ask
      Gm        Bb             F           Gm
If he wanted to dance he had a face like a mask
F VIII
Somebody said, from the Bible he quote
          Gm          Bb         F          Gm
There was dust on the man in the long black coat

Gm           Bb                C         D
Preacher was talkin' there's a sermon he gave
        Gm          Bb            F          Gm
He said every man's conscience is vile and depraved
    Gm        Bb        C          D
You cannot depend on it to be your guide
          Gm      Bb           F    Gm
When it's you who must keep it satisfied
F VIII
It ain't easy to swallow, it sticks in the throat
             Gm           Bb         F          Gm
She give her heart to the man in the long black coat


One, two...
D#m                           Bb
There are no mistakes in life some people say
     G5 X                   F VIII      G5 X
It's true sometimes you can see it that way
D#m                       Bb
People don't live or die, people just float
             Gm           Bb         F          Gm
She give her heart to the man in the long black coat

GUITAR SOLO

        Gm           Bb          C                D
There's smoke on the water, it's been there since June
Gm            Bb            F             Gm
Tree trunks uprooted in the high crescent moon
         Gm           Bb              C        D 
Hear the pulse and vibrations and the rumblin' force
Gm         Bb                F         Gm       
Somebody's out there beating on a dead horse
F VIII
She never said nothin', there was nothin' she wrote
      Gm            Bb         F          Gm
She's gone with the man in the long black coat
      Gm            Bb         F          Gm
She's gone with the man in the long black coat

etc.

[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/o/osborne_joan/man_in_the_long_black_coat_crd.html ]
I tried to figure out exactly, if they play Gm or G, or Dm or D etc....
But I`m not really sure, if i succeeded... I think it sounds very good,
too,
if you use just powerchords (G5, Bb5, C5, D5 etc...)...
G5 X means that you should play G5 at the 10th fret...


I`m sorry, but I wasn`t able to transcribe the Solo part (yet).
If anyone has any idea about that, let me know...

airborne@ciphp01.physik.uni-freiburg.de

Anyway, have fun with this stuff......


Date: Mon, 24 Feb 1997 11:38:41 +0100
From: Torsten Geppert 


Man In the Long Black Coat		

Album: Relish by Joan Osborne
	orig. by Bob Dylan
			transcribed by geppert@ciphp01.physik.uni-freiburg.de

INTRO:
Dm	Cm	Bb	(2 times)


Gm           Bb           C        D
Crickets are chirpin' the water is high
          Gm          Bb           F            Gm
There's a soft cotton dress on the line hangin' dry
Gm            Bb   C       D
Window's wide open African trees
Gm        Bb             F         Gm
Bent over backwards in a hurricane breeze
F VIII
Not a word, a goodbye, not even a note
      Gm            Bb         F          Gm
She's gone with the man in the long black coat


Gm       Bb       C       D
Somebody seem him hangin' around
       Gm        Bb          F            Gm
At the old dance hall on the outskirts of town
           Gm      Bb            C              D
He looked into her eyes when she stopped him to ask
      Gm        Bb             F           Gm
If he wanted to dance he had a face like a mask
F VIII
Somebody said, from the Bible he quote
          Gm          Bb         F          Gm
There was dust on the man in the long black coat

Gm           Bb                C         D
Preacher was talkin' there's a sermon he gave
        Gm          Bb            F          Gm
He said every man's conscience is vile and depraved
    Gm        Bb        C          D
You cannot depend on it to be your guide
          Gm      Bb           F    Gm
When it's you who must keep it satisfied
F VIII
It ain't easy to swallow, it sticks in the throat
             Gm           Bb         F          Gm
She give her heart to the man in the long black coat


One, two...
D#m                           Bb
There are no mistakes in life some people say
     G5 X                   F VIII      G5 X
It's true sometimes you can see it that way
D#m                       Bb
People don't live or die, people just float
             Gm           Bb         F          Gm
She give her heart to the man in the long black coat

GUITAR SOLO

        Gm           Bb          C                D
There's smoke on the water, it's been there since June
Gm            Bb            F             Gm
Tree trunks uprooted in the high crescent moon
         Gm           Bb              C        D 
Hear the pulse and vibrations and the rumblin' force
Gm         Bb                F         Gm       
Somebody's out there beating on a dead horse
F VIII
She never said nothin', there was nothin' she wrote
      Gm            Bb         F          Gm
She's gone with the man in the long black coat
      Gm            Bb         F          Gm
She's gone with the man in the long black coat

etc.


I tried to figure out exactly, whether they play Gm or G, or Dm or D
etc....
But I`m not really sure, if I succeeded... I think it sounds very good,
too,
if you use just powerchords (G5, Bb5, C5, D5 etc...)...
G5 X  means that you should play G5 at the 10th fret...


I`m sorry, but I wasn`t able to transcribe the Solo part (yet).
If anyone has any idea about that, let me know...

geppert@ciphp01.physik.uni-freiburg.de

Anyway, have fun with this stuff......
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