Request: Rosa lee McFall

Request: Rosa lee McFall

Postby b weird » Mon May 01, 2006 4:55 pm

Excuse me I was wondering why was this song taken off the web site? After all it is a Traditional song. Anyway could someone please post the corect way to play this song. Peace.
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Postby mikeohiostate » Mon May 01, 2006 4:59 pm

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Rosa Lee McFall
Reckoning

(Traditional)

 Last Updated 04/07/96

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Intro



E                               C#m           E
Out on the lonely hillside in a cabin low and small
          C#m              E            B     E
Lived the sweetest rose of color my Rosa Lee McFall

Her eyes were bright and shining and her voice was sweet to me
Knew that I would always love her and I hoped that she loved me

My eyes turned to me, my darlin' and this is what she said:
You know that I would always love you when you and I are wed.

Then God way up in heaven one day for her did call
I lost my bride, oh how I loved her, my Rosa Lee McFall

I searched this wide world over through cities great and small
But I never found another like my Rosa Lee McFall

Main Riff

(^) Slide Up  (\) Slide Down  (h) Hammer On  (p) Pull Off  (b) Bend

RA Tab Support Audio (34K)

MIDI Tab Support Audio (rosalee.mid)

E-----------------------------|------------------------------
B-----------------------------|------------5-----------------
G-------4----4--4h6--4--------|------4--6----6-----4---------
D--4h6------------------6-----|---6-------------6------------
A--------------------------7--|------------------------------
E-----------------------------|------------------------------

E-------------------------------------|----------------------
B--------5----5----5------------------|----------------------
G--4--6----6----6-----6----4h6p4------|---6--4-----4--6------
D--------------------------------6----|---------6--------6---
A----------------------------------7--|---------------------7
E-------------------------------------|----------------------

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This File contains merely an interpretation of the represented musical piece.
It is not intended to replace any commercially available publishing, nor is it
guaranteed to represent an exact transcription of any commercially or otherwise released
piece.

Ed Bick's Tab Archive, 1997
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Postby b weird » Mon May 01, 2006 5:04 pm

Wow that was quick thanks a bunch man! :lol:
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