Sittin' On Top Of The World

San Franscisco's Grateful Dead

(Jacobs/Carter)

 Last Updated 05/20/96

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Intro
A Mississippi River so big and wide, D Blond haired woman on the other side. A E Now she's gone, gone, gone and I don't worry A D C F C A G A 'Cause I'm sitting on top of the world. I worked all summer, spring and fall, Blond haired woman the cause of it all. Now she's gone, gone, gone and I don't worry A D C F C C Bb C 'Cause I'm sitting on top of the world. [ Modulate up 1.5 steps for jam (A=C D=F E=G) Then back down to A for the rest of the song. ] I saw her in Dallas and El Paso. Said, "Come back baby, I need you so." Now she's gone, gone, gone and I don't worry 'Cause I'm sitting on top of the world. Mississippi River so big and wide, Blond haired woman on the other side. Now she's gone, gone, gone and I don't worry 'Cause I'm sitting on top of the world.

Intro/Riff

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

MP3 Tab Support Audio (31K)

MIDI Tab Support Audio (sittopwd.mid)

E-----------------------------------------------------------
B-----------------------------------------------------------
G-----------------------------------------------------------
D-----------------------------------------------------------
A-----------0-----0-----------0-----0-----------------------
E--0--3--4-----3-----3--4--------3-----3--4-----------------

E---0-------------0-------------2-------------2-------------
B---2-------------2-------------3-------------3-------------
G---2-------------2-------------2-------------2-------------
D---2-------------2-------------0-------------0-------------
A---0-------------0-----------------3--2--0------3--2--0----
E-------3--2--0-------3--2--0-------------------------------
    River so big and
                  wide blonde haired
                                woman on the other
                                              side

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Ed Bick's Tab Archive, 1997