Allman Brothers — Blue Sky

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From: macon@cbmvax.commodore.com (Glen Macon)
Subject: Music : Blue Sky
Date: 1 Jul 92 13:25:02 GMT


001

Title: BLUE SKY (Dicky Betts)

E A E A E D A E

E B A E B
Walk along the river, sweet lullaby, it just keeps on flowing,
A E A
It don't worry 'bout where it's going, no, no.
E B A E
Don't fly, mister blue bird, I'm just walking down the road,
B A E A
Early morning sunshine tell me all I need to know


CHORUS
| B A E A
| You're my blue sky, you're my sunny day.
| B A E A
| Lord, you know it makes me high when you turn your love my way,
| F#m7 E
- Turn your love my way, yeah.


E A E A E B C# A5


E B A E
Good old sunday morning, bells are ringing everywhere.
B A E A
Goin to Carolina, it won't be long and I'll be there


CHORUS


E A E A E D A A5 E


Date: Fri, 6 Oct 1995 15:57:49 -1000
From: Harlan L Thompson

BLUE SKY- The Allman Brothers

TUNING FOR THIS VERSION: E B E G# B E (actual tuning: standard)

E A E A E D A E (RIFF 1)

E B A E
Walk along the river, sweet lullaby
B
It just keeps on flowing
A RIFF 2
It don't worry bout where it's going, no no
E B A E
Don't fly Mister Bluebird, I'm just walking down the road
B A RIFF 3
Early morning sunshine, tells me all I need to know

CHORUS:
B A E A
You're my blue sky, you're my sunny day
B A E A
Lord you know it makes me high when you turn your love my way
F#m
Turn your love my way, yeah

SOLO:
E A E A E A E A ... RIFF 4

E B A E
Good old Sunday morning, bells are ringing everywhere
B A RIFF 3
Goin' to Carolina, it won't be long and I'll be there

CHORUS, RIFF 1


RIFF 1:
E A E E A E
E ------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B ------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G# -0-------0-5-------5-8-5---0---0--------0-------0-5-------5-8-5---0---0-------|
E -0-0-0h2---5-5-5h7-------7-0-0---2p0----0-0-0h2---5-5-5h7-------7-0-0---2p0---|
B -0---------5---------5-5-5-0---------2--0---------5---------5-5-5-0---------2-|
E -0---------5---------------0------------0---------5---------------0-----------|
E D A (F#m) E
---0-------10-------------5---------(2)----0--------|
---0-------10-------------5---------(2)----0--------|
---0-0-----10----------10-5-------5-(1)----0--------|F#m 2nd time only
---0---2-0-10----10h12----5---5h7---(2)----0--------|
---0-------10-10----------5-5-------(x)----0--------|
---0-------10-------------5---------(2)----0--------|

RIFF 2: RIFF 3:
-------------------5--------- ---------------------5-7-7s9s7-5---|
-------------------5--------- -----------------5-7---------------|
-------------------5--------- ---------------3-----5-5-5-----5---|
-2s4-2-0-----------5--------- -----0-2-0-2s4---5-5---------------|
---------2-0-------5-----5-5- -0-2-------------------------------|
-------------4s2-4-5-5h7----- -----------------------------------|

RIFF 4:
-----------------------------|
-----------------------------|
-----------------------------|
-0-4-5-5s7-5-4-2-0---------5-|
-------------------2-0-----5-|
-----------------------7s9s5-|

CHORDS:
E A B F#m D
E 0 5 7 2 10
B 0 5 7 2 10
G# 0 5 7 1 10
E 0 5 7 2 10
B 0 5 7 x 10
E 0 5 7 2 10


NOTE: This song is actually NOT in EBEG#BE tuning, but rather in
standard tuning. However, I think it makes it much easier to play this
way, esp. with just one guitar. If you want to play it in standard, the
chord names are still valid.