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  • #----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------# #This file is the author`s own work and represents their interpretation of the # #song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------# From: John Blair You Can`t Always Get What You Want Rolling Stones The sounding chords are C(add9), F, and D. For the "Hot Rocks 1964-1971" version, Keith uses open E tuning (EBEG#Be) (Thanks to Larry Kaye for this info.) Open E tuning (capo 8) E B E G#B e + + + + + + (C) E: 0 0 2 0 0 0 (F) A: 0 2 0 1 2 0 (occasionally hammering the 5th string) (D) F#: 2 2 2 2 2 2 In the Steel Wheels tour he uses his trusty 5-string-open-G-tuned Telecaster. (Obviously Keith`s a closet banjo player. Gee...wouldn`t an electric banjo version of "Honkey Tonk Women" be interesting. But I digress...) (Note: Keith doesn`t have the 6th (bass) string) Open G tuning (capo 5) DGDGBd ++++++ (C) G: 000000 (000200 for add9) (F) C: 002010 or sometimes 002012 (occasionally hammering the 4th string) (sometimes he`ll quickly slide up to and back or just down from 004030) (D) A: 222222 In the 1968 video "Rock and Roll Circus" Keith plays the entire set (including "Jumping Jack Flash" which he now plays in open G, and "You Can`t Always Get What You Want") in standard tuning without a capo. I`m not really sure how he`s playing it in the video, but it looks/sounds like he`s barring 8-10-12-9-8-8 for the Cadd9. Though Keith doesn`t play it this way, if you don`t want to bother going to open tuning, the following is easy to play and very close to the same sound: Standard tuning (capo 5) EADGBe ++++++ (C) G: 320003 (300203 for add9) (F) C: 032013 (occasionally hammering the 4th string) (D) A: 002220 After all that, the song itself is just pounding out the chords: C F C F... C F I saw her today at the reception C F A glass of wine in her hand C F I knew she was gonna meet her connection C F At her feet was a footloose man Chorus: C F You can`t always get what you want C F You can`t always get what you want C F You can`t always get what you want D But if you try sometimes, F You might find C F C F You get what you need... ahhhhhhh, yeah..... I went down to the demonstration, To get my fair share of abuse. Singing "we`re gonna vent our frustration, And if we don`t we`re gonna blow a 50-amp fuse." You can`t always get what you want, You can`t always get what you want, You can`t always get what you want, But if you try sometimes well you might find You`ll get what you need. I went down to the Chelsea drugstore To get your prescription filled. I was standing in line with Mr. Jimmy, And man, did he look pretty ill. We decided that we would have a soda, My favorite flavor, cherry red. I sung my song to Mr. Jimmy, And he said one word to me, and that was "dead," I said to him: You can`t always get what you want, You can`t always get what you want, You can`t always get what you want, But if you try sometimes you just might find You`ll get what you need, ...oh yes [instrumental] You`ll get what you need--yeah, oh baby. I saw her today at the reception, In her glass was a bleeding man. She was practiced at the art of deception, Well I could tell by her bloodstained hands. You can`t always get what you want, You can`t always get what you want, You can`t always get what you want, But if you try sometimes you just might find You just might find You`ll get what you need. You can`t always get what you want, You can`t always get what you want, You can`t always get what you want, But if you try sometimes you just might find You just might find You`ll get what you need. From kaye@umbsky.cc.umb.edu Sun May 4 09:54:51 1997 Date: Thu, 17 Apr 1997 01:21:12 EDT From: "Larry J. Kaye" To: GUITAR@OLGA.NET Cc: kaye@umbsky.cc.umb.edu Subject: TAB: Rolling Stones, "You Can`t Always Get What You Want" (upgrade--much more complete fuller version than what`s on OLGA now) YOU CAN`T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT (Jagger-Richards) Original studio recording: Rolling Stones, "Let It Bleed" album (London Records, 1969) (also on a single, edited--minus 2nd verse, 3rd verse cut in half) Main rhythm guitar: acoustic in OPEN E TUNING, CAPO 8! (Once you figure that out the rest isn`t too hard) tempo: medium ballad--about 104 b.p.m. E tuning, low to high: E, B, E, G#, B, E Chords: () = chord with capo E B E G# B E E add 9 0 0 2 0 0 0 (C add 9) (or call it "add 2"?) A 0 2 0 1 2 0 (F) F# 2 2 2 2 2 2 (D) E 0 0 0 0 0 0 (C) F#sus 2 2 2 3 2 2 (Dsus) B7sus x 2 1 0 0 0 (G7sus) (Note: unwilling to tune up to open E? Tuning to open D instead? You`ll find this hard to play (capo 10) unless you`ve got a cut-away. I suggest tuning to open E-flat instead (1/2 step/one fret down from E, 1 up from D) it doesn`t put undue strain on the neck and you won`t break the G string--it stays G. The you can capo 9 and get to open C, or if that`s still hard to finger, capo to 8 and play it in B) _________________________ This song is built around the following 2 bar lick: opening | flourish | E add 9 (=C add 9) A (=F) -----------------0---0-------0--0-0-0-0----------0--0--0------------- -- | | | -2--0-------0----0---0---0---0--0-0-0-0-|--0--0--2--2--2------------- -- | | | -2--0----|--0----0---0---0---0--0-0-0-0-|--1--1--1--1--1-------1----- -- | | | -2--0----|--2------------2------2---2---|--0--0--0--0--0-------0----- | | __ | ---------|--0------------0--------------|--2--------------0--2------- | | | ---------|--0------------0--------------|--0----------------------0-- pull-off hammer-on this pattern repeats throughout the song with slight (mostly rhythmic) variations--listen to recording for rhythm ______________________ Full structure: lyrics, chords--in capoed tone, measures (|) (Opening: choir sings 1st verse, chorus) C add9 | F x 4, with French horn intro. Verse: | C add 9 | F I saw her today at the reception, | C add 9 | F a glass of wine in her hand | C add 9 | F I knew she was gonna meet her connection, | C add 9 | F at her feet was a footloose man Chorus: | C add 9 | F You can`t always get what you wa-ant x 3 | D (see fill #1 below) | F | C | F but if you try sometimes, you might find, you get what you need Verse 2: I went down to the demonstration, to get my fair share of abuse Singing, "we`re gonna vent our frustration, if we don`t we`re gonna blow a 50 amp fuse" Chorus Verse 3 (add 4 extra C add 9, F`s--twice as long): I went down to the Chelsea Drug Store, to get your prescription filled I was standing in line with Mr. Jimmy, and man did he look pretty ill We decided we would have a soda, my favorite flavor--cherry red I sung my song to Mr. Jimmy, and he said one word to me and that was "dead" I said to him... Chorus Interlude, with brief electric solo and choir: Dsus| C | F | Dsus| G7sus| then an instrumental chorus with last line sung (If you don`t have a choir handy--I seem to have misplaced mine right at the moment--or a lead guitarist, try changing the rhythm to rapid strumming) Verse 4: (back to standard pattern/rhythm) I saw her today at the reception, in her glass was a bleeding man She was practiced at the art of deception, I could tell by her bloodstained hands Chorus 3 times, then repeat and fade on C add 9, F with choir ___________________ Fill #1, last line of chorus, first time only: ----------------------------------------------------------- | | ----------------------------------------------------------- | | --2------------------------------1--------------------1---- | | --2----------------------2-------0----------------0-------- -- | -- | --2----------------0--2----------2------------0--2--------- | | --2--------------2---------------0------------------------- h.o. h.o. Electric for lead is in standard tuning, using C7 scale play 8th fret C, F barre chords during chorus _______________________ Notes: Chelsea Drug is (was) a real drug store in south London--rock musician, fan and junkie hang-out in 60`s, 70`s, 80`s, maybe still. Mr. Jimmy is clearly Jimi Hendrix Enjoy! Corrections, additions, comments, criticisms welcome: Larry Kaye kaye@umbsky.cc.umb.edu

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