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 #74664  by playingdead
 Sat Feb 20, 2010 5:11 pm
Furthur does it in the same key the Dead did. A lot of the online tabs are incorrect, because people want to try to play it with easier chords. Sack up and play the E flats :shock:

From memory without a guitar handy:

Intro is D sus 4 to D, then down to a C

Verse is E flat B flat F D minor
E flat B flat F
E flat B flat F D minor
F C B flat

Chorus 1 is Gm C A Dm B flat F Eflat
Gm C A Dm B flat F Eflat D sus 4 C

Chorus 2 is Gm C A Dm B flat F E flat
Cm A Dm Gm Bflat F E flat D sus 4 C
 #74665  by bodiddley
 Sat Feb 20, 2010 6:29 pm
Ya, that's pretty close to the way I play it.

I do the intro Dsus4,D,C,F, Cm7
 #74671  by Adam Deckard
 Sat Feb 20, 2010 11:12 pm
NICE thanks dudes, haha definately sack up. and thanks whoever invented rukind, i will now proceed to practice this song until i play it without looking, or until my wife yells down the stairs at me. [grabs guitar]
 #75161  by 560sdl
 Wed Mar 03, 2010 1:25 pm
Absolutely love this song. First time I saw John Play this was with DSO a little over a year ago. I was on my way out of the show at the end and they did this as a filler. One of those songs that stop you in your tracks.

Furthur does basically the same version as DSO and yes, they killed it in Fairfax.

If anybody had the lead tabbed out, that would be great.
 #75167  by keirweir
 Wed Mar 03, 2010 1:44 pm
No tab hear but when I think about So many Roads I think of Richfield 92 and Boston Garden 94.

Garden 94 ... sbeok.shnf
 #75182  by 560sdl
 Wed Mar 03, 2010 3:43 pm
Anybody know when the first time this was played was?