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Glen Campbell - Galveston (Chord)
Album: Galveston (2001)
Submitter: lmofle (452) on 3/11/05 2 comments
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Galveston
By Glen Campbell
Tabbed By Larry Mofle
rmofle at satx.rr.com
2/11/2005


Key of F (I like to capo 3 and play Key of D chord for F key)


Capo 3


D             G  A  D 
Galveston, oh Galveston
D                 D7        G       G/F#  Em
I still hear your sea winds blowin'
A       D                 G        G/F#  Em
I still see her dark eyes glowin'
               Bm       G                 D  G  A  D
She was twenty-one when I left Galveston



Galveston, oh Galveston
I still hear your sea waves crashing
While I watch the cannons flashing
I clean my gun and dream of Galveston


Bridge:
F                        G      F     G
I still see her standing by the water
Am                            F
Standing there lookin' out to sea
           Dm      G         C
And is she waiting there for me
       Em                     Dm
On the beach where we used to run



Galveston, oh Galveston
I am so afraid of dying
Before I dry the tears she's crying
Before I watch your sea birds flying in the sun at Galveston

At Galveston

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 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
I love this song. It's one of my favorite Glen Campbell songs. This
one and "By The Time I Get To Phoenix." He's got some pretty good
tunes. Good job on the tab. Fact about Glen Campbell, sometime during
the 60s, he played for the Beach Boys for a while. I came across it
when reading a book on Rock 'N' Roll artists yesterday in the campus
library at the college that I go to.
-macg1 | 9/29/2005
No one believes me when I say the G/F# does not really exist. It is almost always a D/F# when I see that chord posted. Other than that, great tab. Fun to play
-iwritethesongs | 12/29/2005
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