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Pat Green - Wave On Wave (Chord)
Submitter: mammy (28) on 4/21/03 37 comments
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Wave on Wave
by Pat Green

Written by: Green (?)

~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^~^
D  Dsus2  Dsus4 D  G  A  D  

                            D      Dsus2  Dsus4 D
Mile upon mile, I got no direction
                             G   Gsus2  Gsus4  G
We're all playin' this same game
                            A  Asus2  Asus4  A
We're all looking for redemption 
                        D  Dsus2  Dsus4  D
Just afraid to say the name
                       D  Dsus2  Dsus4  D
So caught up now in pretending
                                   G  Gsus2  Gsus4  G
That what we're sinkin' in is the truth
                              A   Asus2  Asus4  A
I'm just lookin' for a happy ending
                       D  Dsus2  Dsus4  D
All I'm lookin' for is you.

                    D     Dsus2  Dsus4  D    
- You came upon me wave on wave,
                             G  Gsus2  Gsus4  G
You're the reason I'm still here, yeah.
                       A      Asus2  Asus4  A
Am I the one you were sent to save?
                          D Dsus2  Dsus4  D
You came upon me wave on wave. -

                         D Dsus2  Dsus4  D
I wandered out into the water,
                            G  Gsus2  Gsus4  G
And I thought that I might drown.
                         A   Asus2  Asus4  A
I don't know what I was after
                           D Dsus2  Dsus4  D
Just now that I was goin' down.
                      D Dsus2  Dsus4  D
That's when she found me,
                  G  Gsus2  Gsus4  G
I'm not afraid anymore.
                             A   Asus2  Asus4  A
She said "You know I always had ya, baby,
                                             D  Dsus2  Dsus4  D
Just waitin' for you to find what you were lookin' for."

- REPEAT CHORUS -

C    G   D 

Wave on wave
C    G   A
Wave on wave

D  Dsus4  4X

- REPEAT CHORUS -

                          D     Dsus2  Dsus4  D
The clouds broke and the angels cried
                      G  Gsus2  Gsus4  G
You ain't gotta walk alone
                             A   Asus2  Asus4  A
That's why He put me in your way
                         D  Dsus2  Dsus4  D
You came upon me wave on wave

- REPEAT CHORUS 2X -

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It sounds like he's hammering on on every chord...but the D is the
only one that I'm sure of. I'll add the chords on the chart if you 
want to play with it and see what you can come up with.

CHORDS
D        =   X00232
Dsus2    =   X00230
Dsus4    =   X00233
G        =   320033
Gsus2(?) =   300032
Gsus4(?) =   320035
A        =   X02220
Asus2    =   X02200
Asus4    =   X02230
C        =   X32010 

Thanks to Bocefus1 for sending me a copy of the song!! The song
skips a little sometimes so I'm not sure of all the words but it's
close enough.

enjoy :)
mammycc_05 at yahoo.com 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
dude you are are awesome, that singles barely even been out, i give
you props
-texasmusic | 6/4/2003
lol i so agree. i love this song!
-Texas_Singer | 6/4/2003
G = 320033
Gsus2 = 300032
Gsus3 = 300035
...I don't know, maybe try this.
-michaelray | 6/5/2003
Sounds good w/ a 320033

Its all preference and the tone you like anyways...

Reb-
-LoneStarRebel7 | 6/26/2003
I agree, good work on this one, that's a good song. I'm trying to
learn it,thanks
PL
-P.A.LinZ | 6/26/2003
I added in the Gsus2, Gsus4, Asus2, and Asus4...try that and let me
know what ya'll think.
-mammy | 7/1/2003
hey-
G is 320003..i dont know about the rest of em but i do know that
is the g chord

-codys0323 | 7/21/2003
Hey, the G part goes G-320033, Gsus2- 300033, and Gsus4-330033, or
at least thats how I play it.
-reidschindler | 7/22/2003
I just figured out the lead part to this song and posted it. Enjoy
-kickingshoe | 7/30/2003
what about the intro? anyone got the right
way to play it down yet?
-nightedge | 8/3/2003
Dude thats real cool, I have been triing to
find the song in the stores to learn it, but
it is not out yet. Thanks man. You da man.
undertaker
-undertaker | 8/3/2003
the whole a thing on the intro just doesnt sound right and also the
gsus2 and 4 and also dont know, the d part sounds right
-dan_the_man | 8/6/2003
Awesome, if ya'll buy the cd on the last track of the cd let it play
and there is an acoustic version use this its much easier to learn
from
-mbrtxkker50 | 8/7/2003
guys I may be way off here but i think i'm closer in the g cord by
using this
g 320033
gsus2 300033
gsus4 300233
-24seven | 8/8/2003
Kick ass job getting this posted.
I saw a guy try to play this the other day at an open mic night
and his bar chords were way off.
Thanks a bunch!
-gable | 8/13/2003
if you want to combine the lead into the A chords it shoud go
X02222
X02220
X02223
X02220
-bdbumpas | 8/14/2003
what am I, the twentieth person to make a comment. lol
save it for the peanut gallery guys!
-Hendrix | 8/18/2003
Most excellent tab mammy! All of your sus diagrams are right on.
You nailed it!

One note about the intro...it's just like the verse, ie the G, A, D
are also the sus progression, whole thing would look like this:

D Dsus2 Dsus4 D G Gsus2 Gsus4 G
A Asus2 Asus4 A D Dsus2 Dsus4 D

Awesome job!
-Shantel | 8/22/2003
I still don't think that it sounds completely right.
I have been stuck on the G part for a few days now,
and nothing I play sounds right. I think the closest I
have seen is playing D and moving it up to G. It still
sounds a little high, but I think it is just my guitar.

E-5--5--5--5
A-5--5--5--5
D-5--5--5--5
G-7--7--7--7
B-8--8--8--8
E-7--5--8--7
-simskid | 8/30/2003
that is awsome i figured it out and ill have
to tell u that is great
-corysimon | 8/30/2003
this is a good tab man...you can hear it really well on the hidden
track at the end of the cd... good job
-ryanryno | 10/20/2003
WHAT IS DSUS4OR DSUS2?
-TOLINGHOUS | 10/25/2003
That sounds good. But the intro, you need a stereo delay that goes
left to right. to get the palm mute effect! But Great Job.
-mark101476 | 10/31/2003
hendrix..... you were only 17 not 20. that a way!
-Derrick_koehler | 11/17/2003
oh well GREAT TAB!!!!!
-Derrick_koehler | 11/17/2003
THATS FREAKIN' AWESOME!
-PGtlg08 | 11/18/2003
How on earth does anyone play that Gsus4? My fingers don't do that?!
-moulenbelt | 11/21/2003
I agree, that Gsus4 is impossible
-benjaminukfan1 | 11/23/2003
Great tab. Try this for the G, I dont know if its right though.....300032, 300030, 300033
-michaelshufeldt | 12/2/2003
the Gsus4 is easy use your pinky or ring finger on the E 5th fret
yoru index finger on the B 3rd fret and use your thumb to press down
the low E 3rd fret


-krummit | 12/3/2003
Hendrix..learn to count man....now im number 35....great job on the
tab and the corrections...think i got it down now

-luey12 | 12/10/2003
ok to make the 50th comment....the tab was excellent and everything
was completely right...but a much more clear sounding and easier way
to play the G:

320003
xx0002
xx0005
xx0003
-korty_babe86 | 12/26/2003
ok the G goes in this order:
320033
300233
330033
320033

-afmustang | 2/15/2004
man, good job on the notes, to make it sound like the cd palm mute
the notes through out the song, while guitar 2 strums, try that,
sounded good when i tried it

-guitarplayergt | 2/22/2004
Just getting back into playing after about a 10-year hiatus. Is it just my rustiness, or is this a difficult chord combo to play while singing? Awesome song though. Iím sure Iíll get it eventually.

Ray

-Rumplestilzchen | 6/10/2004
nice tabbing. i got the same thing
-c-bob | 6/18/2004
i think this way sounds better for the g's:

320003
300233
300013
320003
-sauceysauce | 4/11/2005
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