From: [email protected] (William Vaughan)
Here's my version of Suzanne Vega's "Rock In This Pocket". The
chords I've listed as D/B and D/Bb have more proper names (Bm7
and Bbmaj7 repsectively), but I think this is easier to
understand. Most of the time, you concentrate on the last four
strings and play the higher strings for affect (listen to SV
doing it acoustically to see what I mean). Also with the D/B and
D/Bb its OK to hit the open E every once in awhile. Play them for
a half measure each and then the A5 for a full measure in the
verse. Enjoy
CAPO on 5th Fret !!!!!!!!! (ie 0 = 5th fret)
D5 x022xx Bb 1332xx
D/B 2x22xx Csus2 3x020x
D/Bb 1x22xx Asus4 022200
A5 022x00 Dsus9 x02200
Intro D5
Verse 1
D/B D/Bb A5 D/B D/Bb A5
Excuse me if I may
D/B D/Bb A5 D/B D/Bb A5
Turn your attention my way
D/B D/Bb A5 D/B D/Bb A5
One moment I won't plead
D/B D/Bb A5 D/B D/Bb A5
It isn't much its what I need
Bb Csus2 Asus4
And what so small to you
Bb Csus2 Asus4
Is so large to me
Bb Csus2 Asus4
If its last thing I do
Bb Csus2 Dsus2
I'll make you see
Verse 2 (same)
If you turn from me
You darken my sun
You snap that thin thread
I call my horizon
And I'd like to remind you
Of something small
That the rock in this pocket
Could cause your fall
Chorus twice
Dsus2 Instrumental for a few bars
Verse 3 (same)
I might be out like a light
Extinguished in the throw
But I'll hit my mark
And you'll know
Because I'm really well acquainted
With the span of your brow
And if you didn't know me then
You'll know me now
You'll know me now
Chorus twice and repeat last line 3 times
Fade with Dsus2 instrumental

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