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Walt Graces Submarine Test January 1967 Chords (ver 7) - John Mayer


 
Walt Graces Submarine Test January 1967 Chords
WALT GRACE'S SUBMARINE TEST, JANUARY 1967 -- JOHN MAYER, "Born and Raised" (2012)
Exact chords tabbed by ClassicalfreaK, 2015
 ** I noticed a lot of discrepancies with this song with other people, and I'm uploading 
a version that has the exact chords with the right extensions. If the key of F# is too hard
(It IS a hard key!) then you could transpose it down a whole-step to E and use second capo. **
 ** The "chord - - - " layout is to distinguish beat, so during instrumental sections you know
exactly when you should be changing chords. **

CHORD DIAGRAM:
Bmaj7       x-2-4-3-4-2
C#          x-4-6-6-6-4
Bmaj7/D#    x-6-9-8-7-6
C#/E#       x-8-10-9-8-x 
    OR      1-4-3-1-2-1 (like a first-position C/E chord)
F#          x-9-11-11-11-9
    OR      2-4-4-3-2-2
F#/C#       9-9-11-11-11-9
    OR      x-4-4-6-7-6 (not ideal; like a first-position D chord on top)
D#m         x-6-8-8-7-6
B6          x-2-4-4-4-4
G#m         4-6-6-4-4-4
C#sus       x-4-6-6-7-x
G#m7        4-6-4-4-4-4 (basic voicing)
    OR      4-6-6-4-6-4 (nicer sounding voicing)
G#          4-6-6-5-4-4

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INTRO I (trumpet solo) [BPM: 65]
BM7 | C# | BM7/D# | C#/E#
BM7 | C# | BM7/D# | C#/E#
          (slow 2nd x--->)

INTRO II (band enters) [BPM: 80]
F# - - D#m | F# - - D#m |
F# - - D#m | F# - - D#m |

VERSE
F#                      F#/C#      BM7
Walt Grace, desperately hating his old place
              C#          D#m                 C#        B6
Dreamed to discover a new space and buried himself alive
           F#
Inside his basement
                  F#/C#       BM7
The tongue on the side of his face meant
             C#          D#m
He's working away on displacement
     C#                      B6
And what it would take to survive

BRIDGE
G#m                 D#m            C#
 'Cause when you're done with this world
G#m                 D#m        C#
 You know the next is up to you

CHORUS
        F#            B           C#sus C#
And his wife told his kids he was crazy
        F#                B          G#m7 C#
And his friends said he'd fail if he tried
             F#           B          D#m     G#
But with the will to work hard and a library card
          BM7                  C#sus   C#            
He took a homemade, fan blade, one-man submarine ride
F# - - D#m | F# - - D#m |
F# - - D#m | F# - - D#m |

VERSE
     F#                  F#/C      BM7
That morning the sea was mad and I mean it
         C#          D#m                 B6
Waves as big as he'd seen it deep in his dreams at home
     F#                     F#/C#   BM7
From dry land, he rolled it over to wet sand
           C#            D#m
Closed the hatch up with one hand
    C#          B6
And pedaled off alone

BRIDGE
G#m                 D#m            C#
 'Cause when you're done with this world
G#m           D#m           C#
 You know the next is up to you

CHORUS
        F#          B            C#sus C#
And for once in his life, it was quiet
      F#             B           G#m7 C#
As he learned how to turn in the tide
        F#       B             D#m         G#
And the sky was aflare when he came up for air
       BM7                  C#sus   C#
In his homemade, fan blade, one-man submarine ride

F# - - D#m | F# - - D#m |
F# - - D#m | F# - - D#m |

INSTRUMENTAL (Br+Ch chords)
G#m - D#m - | C# - - - |
G#m - D#m - | C# - - - ||
F# - B - | C#sus - C# - |
F# - B - | G#m7 - C# - |
F# - B - | D#m - G# - |
BM7 - - - | C#sus - C# - ||

F# - - D#m | F# - - D#m |

VERSE
    F#                      F#/C#            BM7
One evening, when weeks had passed since his leaving
             C#         D#m               C#      B6
The call she planned on receiving finally made it home
      F#                  F#/C# BM7
She accepted the news she never expected
        C#      D#m        C#             B6
The operator connected the call from Tokyo

BRIDGE
G#m                 D#m            C#
 'Cause when you're done with this world
G#m           D#m              C#
 You know the next is up to you

CHORUS
        F#                B               C#sus C#
Now his friends bring him up when they're drinking
       F#           B           G#m7 C#
At the bar with his name on the side
         F#              B            D#m          G$
And they smile when they can, as they speak of the man
           BM7                  C#sus   C#
Who took a homemade, fan blade, one-man submarine ride

F# - - D#m | F# - - D#m |
F# - - D#m | F# - - D#m | F#||

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Enjoy! Please tell me what you think in the comments.
-ClassicalfreaK
 
 
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About the artist behind Walt Graces Submarine Test January 1967 Chords:

John Clayton Mayer (surname pronunciation: /ˈmeɪ.jɜr/[1]) (born October 16, 1977) is an American singer-songwriter. Originally from Connecticut, he attended Berklee College of Music before moving to Atlanta, Georgia, in 1998, where he refined his skills and gained a following. His first two studio albums, Room for Squares and Heavier Things, did well commercially, achieving multi-platinum status. In 2003, he won a Best Male Pop Vocal Performance Grammy for "Your Body Is a Wonderland".

Mayer began his career performing mainly acoustic rock and pop, but gradually began a transition towards the blues genre in 2005 by collaborating with renowned blues artists such as B. B. King and Eric Clapton, and by forming the John Mayer Trio. The blues influence can be heard on his album Continuum, released in September 2006. At the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in 2007 Mayer won Best Pop Vocal Album for Continuum and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "Waiting on the World to Change". Mayer's career pursuits have extended to stand-up comedy, design, and writing; he has written pieces for magazines, most notably for Esquire. He is also involved in philanthropic activities through his "Back to You" fund and his concern over global warming.

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