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Lee Kernaghan - That Old Caravan (Chord)
Submitter: axehappy (0) on 4/20/03 7 comments
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Lee Kernaghan  -  That Old Caravan

By axehappy  -  axehappy at countrytabs.com


This song is Drop-D tuned....but I've tabbed it in standard.

Play with capo on 1st fret.
All chord names and shapes are relative to position of capo.


D      (Eb)      =   xx0232          Gmaj6/D   (Abmaj6/Eb)     =   xx0430

Em     (Fm)      =   022000          A   (Bb)                  =   x02220

F#m    (Gm)      =   244222          Bm  (Cm)                  =   x24432

G      (Ab)      =   320003          D/F#   (Eb/G)             =   200232

Asus   (Bbsus)   =   x02230


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D
INTRO


     D                              Gmaj6/D
They hitched up that old caravan in 1963.
      Em
They drove a big black Zephyr,
                              A
They were young and they were free.
        F#m             Bm           Em            A
Pointed southwards on a tailwind and no particular plan,
       D                   Gmaj6/D
Just a young bloke and his new bride,
    Em       A   D
And that old caravan.



G        D/F#             Em                D
Oh sweet memories in that flaking paint and ply,
Em                            Asus  A
Oh those miles that rolled on by.
   G                 D/F#             Em              D
So hold her like you used to when the journey first began,
Em              Asus         D
Side by side in that old caravan.


    D                                Gmaj6/D
The day they got a flat tyre out the back of Narrabri,
Em                                  A
Annie was a twinkle in her mother's eye.
          F#m         Bm       Em           A
And those little interruptions oftentimes began
    D               Gmaj6/D
A romantic roadside rendezvous,
   Em       A   D
In that old caravan.



G        D/F#             Em                D
Oh sweet memories in that flaking paint and ply,
Em                            Asus  A
Oh those miles that rolled on by.
   G                 D/F#             Em              D
So hold her like you used to when the journey first began,
Em              Asus         D
Side by side in that old caravan.



D  Gmaj6/D  Em  A
INSTRUMENTAL


           F#m                     Bm           
They still flick through those old photos
         Em             A
Of their little growing clan,
       D                Gmaj6/D
It was freedom on the wallaby
   Em       A   D
In that old caravan.



G        D/F#             Em                D
Oh sweet memories in that flaking paint and ply,
Em                            Asus  A
Oh those miles that rolled on by.
   G                 D/F#                       Em              D
And he still holds her like he used to when the journey first began,
Em              Asus         D
Side by side in that old caravan.
    Em              Asus         D
Oh, side by side in that old caravan.

 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
Well,i have never heard the song before. But i can still help you
out a little. Since the song is in D, there are only so many chords
that it can be (28 to be exact). The list of chords in the key of D
are on this page:

http://www.guitarweek.com/lessons/keys/D/index.php

just go down the list and plug in till one fits. Good luck!
-xdrewx | 4/20/2003
As a point of interest for the Yanks..A caravan is a Trailer.
-WayneXG95 | 4/21/2003
The missing chord is G and with the capo which you unfortunately you
have to use to get the same sound as on the CD)it is Ab.
-WayneXG95 | 4/23/2003
That's what I thought at first....
OK then...that makes the chord what I
originally thought!!
Its a Gmaj6/D...that's what it worked as
first time, but I wasn't sure it was a G
based chord....thanks Wayne!!
-axehappy | 4/23/2003
God help me..I'm starting to learn this crap!..Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!
-WayneXG95 | 4/25/2003
who's the fulla who sez it isn't easier with a capo any way?
fair dinkum mate, some of us don't have elastic bloody fingers
that bar orf every note perfectly. capo makes it sound better
anyway. bloody hell, whoever this axehappy feller is, yer a
nigel mate (listen to kev bloody wilson) coz most of the bloody
good tabs i get, are ones u've done! keep it up mate!
-ratman | 12/15/2004
Dave..Ratman just gave you a complement mate..aussie style
-WayneXG95 | 1/26/2005
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