"Six Man Band"
(Terry Kirkman)
Jim Yester, in the liner notes to the Japanese _From The Original Master
Tapes_ CD (Warner/Pioneer WPCP-3536):
This song, "Along Comes Mary", and "Cherish", were probably closer to
What THE ASSOCIATION was really about than any other recordings. The
Release of this song was accompanied by one of the first American Pop
Videos, although at that time done on 16mm film.
Intro:
Ebm/D [xx0342]
Fuzz guitar [2X]:
Dm G Dm G Dm
-----3----- -----3----- -----3-----
V v v v v v v v
-----------------------------|-12-------------------------- --
-------------------------10--|------13--------------------- --
---------------10---12-------|-----------14--10------------ --
-12---1212--12---------------|--------------------12---10-- 10
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Verse 1:
[N.C.] Dm G Dm
Well I'm a day at a time
G Bb F A/E
I'm a day at a time
Dm C A Dm G Dm G
Well, I'm a seeker and a knower in a six man mind
Dm G Dm G Dm G Dm [N.C.]
[intro riff, 1X]
Verse 2:
[2: 'Cause] I'm a travelin' man
Yes, I'm a travelin' man
I'm a comer and a goer in a six man band
Dm G Dm G Dm G Dm [N.C.]
[Intro riff, 1X]
Bridge:
C
Well I'm a California man, my instrument in hand
Dm
I'm electrified
C
On a fast flyin' trip, dirty laundry in my grip
Dm
Mostly drip-dry
C
We got the seventeen jewels that dictate the rules
Dm Bb
And the time to fly as we're passin' by
F
We just got the time to say hello and then a fast
Asus4
Goodbye
[repeat verse 2]
Coda:
[repeat intro riff to fade]
-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers




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