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Bruce Springsteen - Further On - аккорды и текст, видео

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Further On
Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen
Further On (Up The Road)
from The Rising

transcribed by Rod Nolan (rodnolan@yahoo.com)
standard tuning - capo at 1st fret
all chord shapes and names indicated are relative 
to capo - actual chord is one semitone higher

this song doesn't really follow a nice set structure
which makes it more interesting and challenging to play.
I've tried to describe it as I see it but I'd love to 
hear your interpretation. Here's mine:



intro
verse 1
chorus
verse 2 
chorus
verse 3

this verse breaks the trend: although the number of bars in 
what I've called bridge / verse 3 is the same as a regular 
verse, the lyric pattern and the chord pregression for the 
first two lines (what I've called the bridge) is different. 
So, in the song, it feels like the verse is starting where 
I've indicated but there are two less lines, which are taken 
up by the preceeding bridge

chorus
solo
verse 4
verse 5

this verse is similar to verse 3 in that it's preceded by that 
bridge bit again... 

chorus
bridge (2x)
chorus (2x) 

after the Em that ends the first chorus, lead in to the second 
with a G chord ...
end the song with 9 downstroke strums on Em



the bridge bit is pretty cool because the first time (verse 3) 
it follows the chorus and the second time it's wedged right in 
between two verses (4 and 5)... very versatile set of bars!

enough analysis! if you listen to the song you should be able 
to follow the chords as I've written them. 

I figured this song out on an acoustic but the distorted electric 
in the song does lots of embellishments on the basic chords so 
you'll have to play around a bit to figure them out. I think the 
electric probably plays barre chords with lots of agile 
little-finger hammer-ons... or maybe the electric is in an open 
tuning? your interpretations???


EADGBe  EADGBe  EADGBe  EADGBe
022000  320033  x32010  xx0323

  Em      G        C       D



0:00 (intro)
Em (4x)


0:14 (verse 1)
                  Em                                
where the road ...
                G                                
and the seed ...
                   Em                               
where the gun ...
                  G                                    
and the bullet's ...

                    C        D                         
where the miles ...
             G       D                                        
in blood ...


(chorus)
        C              D         Em                     
I'll meet you ...



0:44 (verse 2)
                       Em                              
got on my ...
                       G                              
and my smilin' ...
                     Em                               
my lucky ...
               G                                      
and a song ...

                  C            D                       
I got a ...
                        G        D                     
to keep me ...


(chorus)
            C              D         Em                  
and I'll meet ...
                                                     


1:15 (bridge)
                   D                                 
further on ...
                   Em                                   
further on ...


1:23 (verse 3)
                 Em                                    
where the way ...
                 G                                    
and the night ...

          C          D                                 
one sunny mornin' 
               G       D                               
we'll rise ...


(chorus)
           C               D        Em                  
and I'll meet ...


1:46 
[solo]


2:16 (verse 4)
                          Em                           
now I been ...
               G                                      
just doin' ...
                        Em                             
searchin' through ...
                G                                     
lookin' for ...


(bridge)
                       D                              
if there's a ...
                       Em                              
well brother ...

(verse 5)
                 Em                                     
but I got ...
               G                                     
burnin' in ...

                    C         D                        
so let's take ...
          G        D                                   
as they go


(chorus)
           C              D         Em                  
and I'll meet you ...


3:02 (bridge - 2x)
                   D                                  
further on ...
                   Em                                  
further on ...


3:18 
            C       D                                
one sunny mornin' 
              G      D                                
we'll rise I know


           C               D          Em         G 
and I'll meet you ...

           C               D          Em
and I'll meet you ...                 \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \  


     
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