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Sunday Morning Call Acoustic (ver 2) - Oasis


 
Sunday Morning Call Acoustic
Hi there. So I just figured I'd tab this out properly for those people out there 
who don't have a capo, 
or don't want to use one. It's pretty easy to play fairly accurately without one, 
and here's how I think it goes:

Intro:

Bb (4 bars)

*Note- barre the 6th fret with your first finger and hammer on your second finger 
on the G-string on beat 1 of bars 3 and 4.

Verse 1:

Bb                      Dm
  Here's another Sunday morning call
                 Bb                     Dm
You hear your head, a'banging on the door
Bb                                 Dm
  You slip those shoes on and then out you crawl
         Bb                          Dm
Into a day that couldn't give you more
             D
But what for?

Chorus:

G            D
And in you head, do you feel
               Em               C
What you're not supposed to feel
            G             D
And you take what you want
             F               Em    D
But you don't get it for free
        G        D
You need more time,
                   Em                   C            G
'Cause your thoughts and words won't last forever more
               D
But I'm not sure
          Em            C
If it ever works out right
             D
But it's okay,
               D
Yeah it's alright.

Verse 2: (Same chords as verse 1)

When you're lonely and you start to hear
The little voices in your head at night
You will only sniff away the tears 
So you can dance until the morning light
At what price?

Chorus:

G            D
And in you head, do you feel
               Em               C
What you're not supposed to feel
            G             D
And you take what you want
             F                Em    D
But you can't get hope for free
        G        D
You need more time,
                   Em                   C            G
'Cause your thoughts and words won't last forever more
               D
But I'm not sure

Outro:

F        C               G     D   
If it ever ever ever works out right
         F         C               G     D    
If it ever ever ever works out right
             F          C                G  
'Cause it never never never works out right



Enjoy it, corrections are welcome!


 
 
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About the artist behind Sunday Morning Call Acoustic:

Oasis are an English rock band that formed in Manchester in 1991. The group was formed by Liam Gallagher (lead vocals), Paul Arthurs (guitar), Paul McGuigan (bass) and Tony McCarroll (drums), who were soon joined by Liam's older brother Noel Gallagher (lead guitar, vocals). Oasis have sold more than 50 million albums worldwide,[1] and have had eight UK number one singles. The Gallagher brothers are the band's leading songwriters and the only continual members. The present lineup is completed by rhythm/lead guitarist and songwriter Gem Archer, guitarist and songwriter Andy Bell and unofficial drummer Zak Starkey.

The band initially gained prominence performing on the Manchester club circuit. They were signed to independent record label Creation Records and afterwards released their debut album Definitely Maybe in 1994. The following year, the band recorded (What's the Story) Morning Glory? (1995) with their new drummer Alan White, whilst rivalling with Britpop peers Blur in the charts. The Gallagher brothers were featured regularly in tabloid newspapers for their sibling rivalry and wild lifestyles, cultivating reputations both as bad boys and as a band of the people. At the height of their fame, Oasis' third album, Be Here Now (1997), became the fastest-selling album in UK chart history, but lost much of its long-term appeal after the initial hype and positive reception tempered.

While recording their fourth album Standing on the Shoulder of Giants (2000) in 1999, Oasis lost two founding members and suffered a notable decline in popularity in America. The band added replacements Gem Archer and Andy Bell for Heathen Chemistry (2002). Their sixth album Don't Believe the Truth (2005) with Zak Starkey, despite turbulent recording, became their best-selling and best-received album in a decade. The following year, the band released a compilation album entitled Stop the Clocks. In February 2007, Oasis received the BRIT Award for outstanding contribution to music.

The seventh studio album by the band is reported to be complete and, although an official release date has not been confirmed, both Liam and Noel Gallagher have been quoted as saying that the album is due out in September 2008. [2] [3]

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