Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 17:47:44 +0200
From: Dagmar Klein
Completely from memory, as the only keyboard I have here is the one on
my computer, but I've played this one so many times (with amazing
effect on an audience use to my songs ? that I think I can add to Bill's
version what I consider to be the right chords...
Your Tall Ship
C G F G Far, so far away, surely you remember C G log book pages frayed Am D G that fanned the flames of long ago - C G guttered in the grate: F G shadows in the embers... G F G/b C look away, look for home. Voices ... G F G/b C ...sail away, sail for home, G F G/b C look away, look for home. C Em Am Em Land-locked lovers, landlub friends, in procession: Am F G C all rites of passage have an end, C F look away, sail away, C F Am G C sail your tall ship home. We are... ...look for home. Look away in the Roaring Forties... (This is an improvised tune over the alternating chords of F and C. Simple really.) C Em Am Land-locked lovers, littoral friends, Am Em Am the succession never ends... Am Em Am the spirit's willing to carry on; Am F G C all rites of passage make us strong. C Sail away, F sail away, C F Am G C Sail your tall