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Singin Call Chords (ver.1)

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Singin Call Chords (ver.1)

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SINGIN' CALL- Stephen Stills

TUNING: D A D D A D (or E B E E B E)

Esus2 E Esus2 E
Esus2                       E
Listen to the sound of the night bird singin'
  Esus2          E
I wonder who he calls
     Esus2                   E
My fingers hurt so bad it's got me grinnin'
        Esus2              E
And I wonder can I do it all
Esus2                           E
Hit a stretch of rapids in the rushing ragin' river
Esus2                         E
Looking out for boulders and falls
Esus2                        E
A woman she watches from the top of the canyon
Esus2                     E
Hopin' we don't drown us all

CHORUS:
Bsus4                  Asus4
Help me now, I got to slow down
          Bsus4   Esus2
Hear my singin' call

Hurt myself bad on a run through the desert
Threw a shoe and took a bad fall
Long for the peace that the ancients bring me
Murmur of the lowlands shut my jaw
CHORUS

Everyone knows there's a price for the askin'
Some people buy themselves a doll
Help me sweet Jesus
I'm weary from the journey
I need to tell my brothers what I saw
CHORUS


  GENERAL PICKING PATTERN:
E --------------------------------------------------|
B -10----------10-----------09----------09----------|
E -------12-----------(rpt)-------12----------(rpt)-|
E ----00----------00-----------00----------00-------|
B --------------------------------------------------|
E -00-------00--------------00-------00-------------|

CHORDS:
  Esus2   E     Bsus2  Asus2
E -12-   -12-   --0-   --0-|
B -10-   --9-   --0-   --0-|
E -12-   -12-   --0-   --0-|
E --0-   --0-   --7-   --5-|
E --0-   --0-   --7-   --5-|
E --0-   --0-   --7-   --5-|

NOTE: On the picking pattern, any given second string note can be
replaced by a first string note.  It is the sequence of first string
notes that makes this picking pattern challenging and interesting.
Listen to the record closely to hear this- the first string note is
relatively easy to pick out.

(from Stephen Stills 2, 1971)
            
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