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Date: Thu, 24 Apr 1997 23:14:38 -0400 (EDT)
From: Tilman Heckel
Subject: CRD: Pandora's Box by Procol Harum
Pandora's Box (Procol Harum)
Music: Gary Brooker / Text: Keith Reid
Album: Procol's Ninth
version tabbed by T.Heckel
Intro:
Riff (play 2x):
Am B E7 Am
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1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +
Am B E7 Am
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1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +
Am B E7 Am
While horsemen ride across the green
Am B E7 Am
Snow White still remains unseen.
F G Abdim Am Abdim
And Pegasus, the winged horse, 4x343x
Am B E7 Am
relays his messages by Morse.
Dm F+/C# F/C F+/C#
And like some pirate sailor x4322x
Dm F+/C# F/C
we crossed the Spanish Main
Am B E7 Am
and brought our magic carpet
F7 (hold for 8 beats)
to a marble staircased plain.
(Riff)
While Handel plays his melody
doctors'cause uncertainty
and though I know the lifeguard's brave
there is no one for him to save.
And like some pirate sailor
we crossed the Spanish Main
and brought our magic carpet
to a marble staircased plain.
(Riff / flute solo over verse / guitar solo over chorus / riff)
Cock Robin views his frozen feet
and wraps them in a winding sheet
and calls out for his favourite drink,
the Persian that's as warm as mink.
And like some pirate sailor
we crossed the Spanish Main
and brought our magic carpet
to a marble staircased plain.
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