LeWalt Publishing - Guitar, 5-String Banjo and Mandolin Instruction - Harold Streeter





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BASIC LEVEL
For players with 6 to 18 months experience - great for jam sessions.

Tunings in this section are: Standard (EADGBE) and Open G (DGDGBD)

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Order #


Title and Description

(All selections are arranged by Harold Streeter, and are in 4/4 time, unless otherwise specified)

Key

Number of Measures

Tab Price
G092 AMAZING GRACE
        (Gospel - 3/4 time - written by John Newton,
        first published in 1779 - tab consists of 2
        sections - Standard tuning)

G

33 measures

3.00
G1668 BLESSED ASSURANCE
        (Gospel - 3/4 time - written in 1873 by
        Fanny Crosby and Phoebe Knapp - tab
        consists of 2 verses - Standard tuning)

G

66 measures

4.00
G2057 DARK AS A DUNGEON
        (Country - 3/4 time - written and recorded
        by Merle Travis in 1946 - tab consists of
        verse and chorus - Open G tuning)

G

34 measures

3.00
G2076 DECK THE HALLS
        (English Yuletide and New Years' carol,
        originally a Welsh air from the late 1700's,
        published in 1784 - tab consists of verse
        and refrain - Open G tuning)

G

17 measures

2.00
G1582 EDELWEISS
        (Folk and show theme - 3/4 time - written
        by Rodgers and Hammerstein for the 1959
        musical "Sound of Music", named after the
        edelweiss, a white flower found high in the
        Alpine hills - tab consists of 2 verses and
        chorus - Standard tuning)

G

33 measures

3.00
G2049 EDELWEISS
        (3/4 time - tab consists of verse and
        chorus - Open G tuning)

G

33 measures

3.00
G2064 FIVE HUNDRED MILES
        (traditional American Folk - popularized in
        the early 60's and first recorded in 1961 by
        "The Journeymen" - tab consists of one
        verse - Open G tuning)

C

17 measures

2.00
G1924 GREENSLEEVES
        (traditional English - 3/4 time - registered
        at London Stationer's Company in 1580
        as "A New Northern Dittye of the Lady
        Greene Sleeves" - tab consists of verse,
        chorus and ending - Standard tuning)

Am

68 measures

4.00
G2061 JAMAICA FAREWELL
        (Carribean - written by Lord Burgess in
        1926, recorded by Harry Belafonte on his
        1956 "Calypso" album - tab consists of 3
        sections - Open G tuning)

G

25 measures

2.50
G721 O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM
        (traditional Christmas - written in 1868 by
        Phillips Brooks and Lewis Redner - tab
        consists of one verse - Standard tuning)

C

17 measures

2.00
G1419 O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM
        (more difficult than G721 above - tab
        consists of one verse - Standard tuning)

C

19 measures

2.00
G2059 SCARLET RIBBONS
        (40's Folk - 3/4 time - published in 1949,
        hit for "The Browns" in 1959 - tab consists
        of verse and chorus - Open G tuning)

G

37 measures

3.50
G759 SHENANDOAH
        (Folk song from early 1800's - tab consists
        of one verse - Standard tuning)

C

19 measures

2.00
G1736 SILENT NIGHT (Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht)
        (Christmas - 3/4 time - written by Josef
        Mohr and Franz Xaver Gruber in 1859 - tab
        consists of one verse - Standard tuning)

G

25 measures

2.50
G2078 SILENT NIGHT
        (tab consists of 2 verses - Open G tuning)

G

50 measures

3.50
G2565 SILVER BELLS
        (Christmas Pop - 3/4 time - first sung in the
        1951 movie; "The Lemon Drop Kid" by Bob
        Hope and Marilyn Maxwell - tab consists of
        verse and chorus - Standard tuning)

C

33 measures

3.00
G1735 WE THREE KINGS OF ORIENT ARE
        (The Quest of the Magi)
- (traditional
        Christmas - 3/4 time - written by Rev. John
        Henry Hopkins, Jr. in 1863 - tab consists
        of verse and refrain - Standard tuning)

Em

33 measures

3.00


INTERMEDIATE LEVEL

For players with more than 18 months experience, all of the following
selections have been arranged for solo or ensemble performance, for
parlor sessions and performances ranging from dinner music settings to concerts.
All have been performed in such settings before being committed to written form.

TUNINGS

In addition to Standard tuning (EADGBE), most titles in this section are in
Drop D tuning (DADGBE), G6 tuning (DGDGBE) or Open G (DGDGBD).
All other tunings, specialized or altered, are described for individual titles.

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Order #


Title and Description

(All selections are arranged by Harold Streeter and are in 4/4 time, unless
otherwise specified)

Key

Number of Measures

Tab Price
G3247 ACROSS THE BORDERLINE
        (Country - written by Ry Cooder, John Hiatt
        and Jim Dickinson, recorded by Willie
        Nelson for his 1993 album "Across the
        Borderline" - tab is as played by Ted
        Tillbrook of Australia, and consists of intro,
        3 verses, 2 refrains, solo and ending, in
        Drop D tuning)

D

112 measures

5.50
G1459 ADELANTE
        ("Classical" - 3/4 time - written by Harold
        Streeter for the 1984 film "The Beautiful
        Canyons of Sedona" - tab consists of 3
        sections - Standard tuning)

D

50 measures

3.50
G1372 ADELITA
        (Classical - 3/4 time - written by Spanish
        classical guitarist Francisco Tarrega
        (1852-1909) - tab consists of 2 sections
        in Standard tuning)

Em and E

35 measures

3.00
G009 ALLELUIA, SING TO JESUS
        (Liturgical - 3/4 time - written by Rowland
        Prichard (1830) and William Dix (1867),
        published in 1872 - tab consists of 2
        sections - Drop D tuning)

D

33 measures

3.00
G2883 ALONG THE WAY
        (Pop - written and first recorded by Sarah
        Shannon (lead singer for "Velocity") for her
        2007 album "City Morning Song" - the tab
        consists of intro, accompaniment for verse,
        bridge and refrain, solo for verse, bridge,
        refrain, and ending - Standard tuning)

D

71 measures

5.00
G1404 AMAZING GRACE
        (Gospel - 3/4 time - written by John Newton
        and first published in 1779 - tab consists of
        2 verses - Drop D tuning)

D

33 measures

3.00
G1919 AMAZING GRACE
        (3/4 time - tab consists of 2 verses in
        Standard tuning)

C

33 measures

3.00
G2050 AMAZING GRACE
        (tab consists of 2 verses - Open G tuning)

D

33 measures

3.00
G1997 AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL
        (Patriotic - written by Katharine Lee Bates
        (1893) and Samuel Ward (1895) - tab
        consists of 2 sections - G6 tuning)

C and G

38 measures

3.50
G102 AND I LOVE HER
        (Beatles - written by Paul McCartney and
        recorded on the Beatles' 1964 "A Hard
        Day's Night album - tab consists of intro, 3
        verses, bridge and ending - Drop D tuning)

C

56 measures

4.00
G1757 ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH
        (traditional Christmas - derived from French
        carol "Les Anges dans nos Campagnes"
        ("Angels in our countryside"), translated
        into English in 1862 - tab consists of verse
        and chorus - Drop D tuning)

C

22 measures

2.50
G2080 ANGELS WE HAVE HEARD ON HIGH
        (tab consists of verse and chorus in
        Open G tuning)

G

22 measures

2.50
G905 ANNIE'S SONG
        (70's Folk/Pop - 3/4 time - written and first
        recorded by John Denver in 1974 - tab
        consists of 2 verses - Standard tuning)

G

66 measures

4.00
G1678 AQUEL QUIEN LA BUENA OBRA EMPEZO
        (He Who Began a Good Work in You)

        (Gospel - written and first recorded by
        Steve Green on his "Toma La Cruz" album,
        tab consists of accompaniment for all
        sections and 2 solos - Standard tuning)

G

79 measures

5.00
G142 ARCHIBALD McDONALD
        (Scottish lament - 3/4 time - about the Clan
        MacDonald of Keppoch's many battles and
        loss of lands dating to 1431 - tab consists
        of 2 sections - Standard tuning)

Em

26 measures

2.50
G2488 ARCHIBALD McDONALD
        (more complex than G142 above - tab
        consists of 4 sections - CGDGBE tuning)

Em

51 measures

3.50
G1664 ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT
        (60's Pop - 3/4 time - written by Roy Turk
        and Lou Handman in 1926, first recorded
        by Handman and his sister Edith in 1927,
        tab is based on Elvis Presley's 1960
        recording and consists of intro and verse
        in Standard tuning)

E

37 measures

3.50
G1345 ARTHUR'S THEME ("Best That You Can Do")
        (80's Movie theme - recorded by Christopher
        Cross for the 1981 movie "Arthur", starring
        Dudley Moore and Liza Minnelli - tab is
        based on his recording and consists of
        verse and chorus - Drop D tuning)

A

36 measures

3.00
G2438 ASH GROVE
        (traditional Welsh - 3/4 time - one of this
        song's many titles since 1802 is "Sent
        Forth by God's Blessing"
- tab consists
        of intro and 4 sections - CGDGBE tuning)

C

74 measures

4.50
G860 A TIME FOR US
        (60's Movie theme - 3/4 time - from the
        1968 movie "Romeo and Juliet", written by
        Nino Rota - tab consists of 2 verses and
        bridge - Drop D tuning)

Em

39 measures

3.50
G1448 AT SEVENTEEN
        (70's Folk/Pop - written by Janis Ian in
        1973 and included on her 1975 album
        "Between the Lines" - tab consists of 2
        verses and 2 bridges - Drop D tuning)

D

72 measures

4.50
G2006 AURA LEE (Love Me Tender)
        (Civil War ballad - tab consists of intro and
        2 arrangements in 2 keys - Drop D tuning)

C and D

39 measures

3.50
G104 AUTUMN LEAVES
        (40's jazz standard - written in 1945 by
        Joseph Kosma and Jacques Prévert
        French song, first titled "Les feuilles
        mortes" ("The Dead Leaves"), with lyrics in
        English written by Johnny Mercer in 1947;
        one of the first to perform this classic was
        Jo Stafford - tab consists of intro, 2 verses
        and 2 bridges in 2 keys - Standard tuning)

Am and Dm

73 measures

4.50
G2024 AVE MUNDI SPES MARIA
        (10th century Gregorian Chant - tab is
        based on "The Benedictine Monks of Santo
        Domingo De Silos" 1993 recording from
        their album "Canto Gregoriano", consisting
        of 8 sections and reprise, as played by
        Harold Streeter on his "Guitarscapes" CD,
        in DADGAD tuning)

D

89 measures

5.00
G1409 AWAY IN A MANGER
        (traditional Christmas - 3/4 time - first
        published in 1885, set to the folk melody
        of "St. Kilda" - tab consists of 6 sections
        in 2 keys - Drop D tuning)

D and C

84 measures

5.00
G2077 AWAY IN A MANGER
        (3/4 time - tab consists of verse and chorus
        in Open G tuning)

G

33 measures

3.00
G3160 BABY, I'M-A WANT YOU
        (70's Pop - written by David Gates and first
        recorded by "Bread" for their 1972 album of
        the same name - tab consists of intro, 2
        verses, bridge, solo simile, reprise and
        ending - CGDGBE tuning)

G

58 measures

4.50
G1746 BANANA REPUBLICS
        (70's Folk - written by Steve Goodman, Jim
        Rothermel and Steve Burgh, first recorded
        by Steve Goodman, then by Jimmy Buffett
        on his "Changes in Latitudes, Changes in
        Attitudes" album, both in 1977 - tab is
        based on Steve's recording and consists of
        3 sections - Standard tuning)

D

42 measures

3.50
G1724 BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM
        (Patriotic song advocating the Union cause
        in the Civil War, but popular on both sides,
        written in 1862 by George F. Root - tab
        consists of 4 sections - G6 tuning)

D

66 measures

4.00
G1925 BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM
        tab consists of 4 sections - Drop D tuning)

D

67 measures

4.00
G1711 BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC
        (American abolitionist song - written by
        Julia Ward Howe in 1861, published in "The
        Atlantic Monthly" in 1862 - tab consists of
        2 verses and 2 choruses (2nd chorus is in
        Travis picking style) - G6 tuning)

G

42 measures

3.50
G856 BEAUTIFUL
        (70's Folk/Pop - written and recorded by
        Gordon Lightfoot for his 1972 album "Don
        Quixote" - tab consists of intro, 2 verses,
        chorus and ending - Standard tuning)

A

64 measures

4.00
G1719 BEAUTIFUL OHIO
        (early Pop and official state song of Ohio,
        3/4 time - written by Mary Earl and Ballard
        MacDonald in 1918 - tab consists of 2
        sections - Standard tuning)

C

33 measures

3.00
G014 BESAME MUCHO
        (40's Latin ballad - written in 1940 by
        Consuelo Velázquez, first recorded by
        Emilio Tuero the same year - tab consists
        of 2 verses and bridge - Standard tuning)

Am

42 measures

3.50
G2119 BE THOU MY VISION
        (8th century Irish hymn - 3/4 time - written
        by Dallan Forgaill, with lyrics translated to
        English in 1905, and with additional lyrics
        provided by Eleanor Hull in 1912 - the tab
        consists of accompaniment for intro, verse
        and ending, plus intro, verse and ending in
        solo form - Drop D tuning)

D

60 measures

4.00
G2441 BE THOU MY VISION
        (tab is as played by Harold Streeter on his
        "Sent Forth By God's Blessing" album
        and consists of intro, 3 verses and ending
        in Standard tuning)

C

73 measures

4.50
G1192 BLUE BAYOU
        (70's Country Pop - written by Roy Orbison
        and Joe Melson, first recorded by Roy
        Orbison in 1963 - tab is based on Linda
        Ronstadt's 1977 recording and consists of
        2 verses and 2 choruses - Drop D tuning)

D

68 measures

4.50
G1683 BLUE HAWAII
        (Movie theme - written by Leo Robin and
        Ralph Rainger for the 1937 movie "Waikiki
        Wedding", and title track for Elvis Presley's
        1961 movie Blue Hawaii" - tab consists of 3
        verses and bridge - Standard tuning)

G

36 measures

3.00
G2238 BOAT MAN
        (90's Folk/Pop - written and recorded by
        James Taylor for his 1997 "Hourglass" CD,
        tab consists of accompaniment for 3 verses,
        3 choruses and bridge - Standard tuning)

D

101 measures

5.50
G116 BOTH SIDES NOW
        (60's Folk - written by Joni Mitchell and first
        recorded by Judy Collins in 1968, then by
        Joni on her 1969 album "Clouds" - tab is
        based on Joni's recording and consists of 2
        verses and chorus - Standard tuning)

G

29 measures

3.00
G1895 BOURREE IN Bm
        (Classical - written by Johann Kreiger
        (1649-1725) - tab consists of 2 sections
        in Standard tuning)

Bm

17 measures

2.00
G2556 BREAD OF LIFE - (Liturgical - tab consists of
        one section - Standard tuning)

D

14 measures

1.50
G2213 BREAKING OF THE DAWN
        (Inspirational - written by Fernando Ortega
        and E. Rubenstein for Ortega's 1998 album
        of the same name - tab consists of intro,
        accompaniment for 2 verses and chorus,
        solo arrangements for verse, chorus and
        ending - CGDGBE tuning)

C

100 measures

5.50
G3058 BREATH OF WINTER
        (New age-meditational - composer is
        anonymous, based on a recent piano
        composition - tab consists of intro and 3
        sections - Standard tuning)

C and D

50 measures

3.50
G2012 BRIDGET CRUISE (Third Air)
        (Celtic - 3/4 time - written by Turlough
        O'Carolan (1670-1738) - tab consists of one
        verse - Open A tuning: EAC#EAC#)

A

18 measures

2.00
G2705 BRING IT ON HOME TO ME
        (60's Pop - 6/8 time - written and first
        recorded by Sam Cooke in 1961 - tab is
        based on his recording and consists of
        intro, verse accompaniment and
        instrumental break - Standard tuning)

C

62 measures

4.00
G2235 BUCKETS OF RAIN
        (Folk/Blues - written and first recorded by
        Bob Dylan for his 1974 "Blood On the
        Tracks" album - tab consists of vocal
        accompaniment and instrumental break as
        played by Dave Van Ronk, plus 2 additional
        breaks by Harold Streeter - Drop D tuning)

D

51 measures

3.50
G2993 BUILD
        (80's Pop-Rock - written and first recorded
        by the British group "The Housemartins"
        in 1987 for their album "The People Who
        Grinned Themselves to Death" - tab is
        based on their recording and consists of
        2 intros, 2 verses, 2 bridges, 2 refrains,
        and ending - Standard tuning)

G

87 measures

5.00
G2717 CALLING ON MARY
        (Christmas - 6/8 time - written by Michael
        Penn and first recorded by Aimee Mann on
        her 2006 album "One More Drifter in the
        Snow" - tab is based on her recording and
        consists of intro and accompaniment for all
        sections - Standard tuning)

G

95 measures

5.50
G979 CAMPBELL'S FAREWELL TO RED CASTLE
        (
aka: "March For the Boys of Belfast")
        
(traditional Scottish march in the key of
        A-Mixolydian - located on the Beauly Firth,
        Redcastle is the oldest inhabited castle in
        Scotland, built in 1179 - tab consists of 6
        sections - Standard tuning)

A

50 measures

3.50
G1632 CAN'T HELP FALLING IN LOVE (With You)
        (60's Pop - written by George Weiss,
        Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore for the
        1961 Elvis Presley movie "Blue Hawaii",
        tab consists of intro, 3 verses and bridge
        in Standard tuning)

C

37 measures

3.50
G3041 CANZONE D'AMORE (from Suite For Lovers)
        (Contemporary Classical - written by Dutch
        composer Maria Catherina Linneman - tab
        consists of 10 sections - Standard tuning)

D

92 measures

5.00
G2228 CAPTAIN HENRY O'KAIN
        (Celtic - 3/4 time - written by Irish harper
        Turlough O'Carolan (1670-1738) - the tab
        consists of 2 sections - Standard tuning)

Am

33 measures

3.00
G2128 CARRY ME BACK TO THE LONE PRAIRIE
        (traditional Western - based on a sea song
        called "The OCean Burial" written in the
        1830's - tab consists of intro, verse and
        chorus - Drop D tuning)

C

40 measures

3.50
G1319 CAST YOUR FATE TO THE WIND
        (60's Jazz/Pop - written and first recorded
        by Vince Guaraldi in 1963 - tab consists of
        intro and 4 sections, with section 3 based
        on Earl Klugh's recording - Drop D tuning)

D

62 measures

4.00
G3053 CHAPELS OF AVE MARIA
        (Gospel - composer is unknown, first
        recorded by Dion Dimucci (of "Dion and the
        Belmonts" fame) in 2000 - tab consists of
        intro, 2 verses, refrain and bridge in
        Standard tuning)

A

56 measures

4.00
G651 CIELITO LINDO
        (traditional Mexican Folk - 3/4 time - written
        and published in 1882 by Quirino Mendoza
        y Cortés - tab consists of verse and chorus
        in Standard tuning)

A

33 measures

3.00
G1179 COLOR MY WORLD
        (70's Pop - 6/8 time - written by James
        Pankow and first recorded by "Chicago",
        based on Pankow's "Ballet for a Girl in
        Buchannon" song cycle/suite and included
        on Chicago's 1970 album "Chicago II" - tab
        consists of 2 sections - Drop D tuning)

D

54 measures

3.50
G1631 COME AWAY WITH ME
        (Pop - written and first recorded by Norah
        Jones for her 2002 album "Come Away
        With Me" - tab is based on her recording
        and consists of intro, 3 verses, 2 bridges,
        plus "instrumental" section and verse
        reprise/ending - Drop D tuning)

C and D

83 measures

5.00
G1903 COME MONDAY
        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Jimmy Buffett on his 1974 album "Living
        and Dying in 3/4 Time" - tab is based on
        his recording and consists of intro, 2 verses,
        2 choruses and bridge - Drop D tuning)

G

60 measures

4.00
G848 COME SATURDAY MORNING
        (60's Pop - 3/4 time - written by Fred Karlin
        and Dory Previn in 1969 and first recorded
        by the "Sandpipers" for the 1969 movie
        "Sterile Cuckoo" starring Lisa Minelli - tab
        consists of 2 sections - Standard tuning)

A

36 measures

3.00
G794 COME TO THE RAFFLE
        (traditional 6/8 time Irish Jig - tab consists
        of 2 sections in Open G tuning)

G

33 measures

3.00
G3228 CON TE PARTIRO (With You I Will Leave)
        (90's Pop - written by Francesco Sartori
        and Lucio Quarantotto, first recorded by
        Andrea Bocelli on his 1995 album "Bocelli",
        this piece is also known as "Time to Say
        Goodbye"
- tab is based on Andrea's
        recording and consists of intro, prelude,
        and 2 verses - Standard tuning)

G and A

67 measures

4.50
G2129 COOL WATER
        (Western - written in 1936 by Bob Nolan
        and first recorded by "The Sons of the
        Pioneers" in 1941 - tab is based on their
        recording and consists of verse and chorus
        in Drop D tuning)

A

39 measures

3.50
G1669 COULD I HAVE THIS DANCE
        (80's Country - 3/4 time - written by Bob
        House and Wayland Holyfield, recorded by
        Anne Murray in 1980, included on the
        soundtrack of "Urban Cowboy" the same
        year - tab consists of intro, 2 verses and 2
        refrains in 2 keys - Drop D tuning)

A and D

76 measures

4.50
G3028 COVENTRY CAROL
        (Christmas - 3/4 time - written in the 16th
        century, the composer is anonymous - this
        piece was originally performed in Coventry,
        England as part of a play called "The
        Pageant of the Shearmen and Tailors"; it's
        based on part of the Christmas story as
        described in Matthew, Chapter 2 - the tab
        consists of 3 verses and interlude in
        Standard tuning)

Em

65 measures

4.50
G625 COWBOY'S SOLILOQUY
        (traditional Western - 3/4 time - lyrics are
        from a poem written by D. J. O'Malley in
        1891 at the end of a trail drive from Texas
        to Yellowstone, set to old folk melody - tab
        consists of 2 sections, as played by Harold
        Streeter on his "Streets of Laredo" CD,
        in Gm tuning: DGDGBbD)

Gm

37 measures

3.50
G1276 CRAZY
        (60's Country/Pop - written by Willie Nelson
        in 1961 and first recorded by Patsy Cline in
        1962 - tab is based on her recording and
        consists of intro, 3 verses, chorus and
        ending - Standard tuning)

C

40 measures

3.50
G1453 DANIEL
        (70's Pop - written by Bernie Taupin and
        Elton John for Elton's 1973 "Don't Shoot
        Me, I'm Only The Piano Player" album,
        tab consists of intro, verse, chorus and
        ending - Standard tuning)

C

51 measures

3.50
G908 DANNY'S SONG
        (70's Pop - written by Kenny Loggins, first
        recorded by Loggins and Messina on their
        1971 debut album "Sittin' In", then by Anne
        Murray in 1972 - tab is based on Anne
        Murray's recording and consists of verse
        and chorus - Standard tuning)

A

34 measures

3.00
G2033 DANNY'S SONG
        (Blues/Rag - written and first recorded by
        J. J. Cale in 1970 - tab is based on his
        recording but expanded to 6 sections, in
        Standard tuning)

E

52 measures

3.50
G1285 DAY BY DAY
        (70's musical - 3/4 time - from the 1971
        musical "Godspell" by Stephen Schwartz
        and John-Michael Tebelak - tab consists of
        2 verses - Standard tuning)

C

40 measures

3.50
G869 DECK THE HALL
        (Christmas - English Yuletide and New
        Years' carol, based on a Welsh air from the
        late 1700's, published in 1784 - tab consists
        of verse and refrain - Drop D tuning)

D

17 measures

2.00
G1759 DIXIE,LOOK AWAY (I Wish I Was in Dixie)
        (traditional anthem of the South, written by
        Daniel Emmett, a Northerner, published in
        1859, first performed by a blackface
        minstrel-show troupe the same year in New
        York City - arranged to be performed at
        slow tempo - tab consists of verse and
        chorus - G6 tuning)

G

25 measures

2.50
G2731 DONNA (Oh, Donna)
        (50's Pop - 6/8 time - written and recorded
        by Ritchie Valens in 1958 - tab is based on
        his recording and consists of intro, 3 verses,
        chorus and ending - Standard tuning)

A

84 measures

5.00
G2701 DON'T LET THE SUN CATCH YOU CRYING
        (60's Pop - written by Gerry Marsden and
        recorded by "Gerry and the Pacemakers"
        in 1964 - tab consists of intro, 3 verses and
        bridge, all based on Gloria Estefan's
        recording from her 1994 album "Hold Me,
        Thrill Me, Kiss Me" - Standard tuning)

A

71 measures

4.50
G3016 DOWN TO THE RIVER TO PRAY
        (19th century Gospel - originally called
        "Down to the Valley to Pray", the title was
        changed for the 2000 movie "O Brother
        Where Art Thou" - lyrics are based on
        Isaiah 43:1-7 and Acts 16:13-15 - tab
        consists of 2 verses and 2 choruses in
        Drop D tuning)

D

34 measures

3.50
G626 DYING COWBOY OF RIMROCK RANCH
        (traditional Western - 3/4 time - the tab is
        based on a field recording by John Lomax
        and consists of 2 sections - Drop D tuning)

C

33 measures

3.00
G023 EDELWEISS
        (Folk and show theme - 3/4 time - written
        by Rodgers and Hammerstein for the 1959
        musical "Sound of Music", named after the
        edelweiss, a white flower found high in the
        Alpine hills - tab consists of 2 verses and
        chorus - Standard tuning)

A

33 measures

3.00
G1187 ELEANOR RIGBY
        (Beatles - written by Paul McCartney and
        first released on the Beatles' "Revolver"
        album in 1966 - tab consists of 2 verses
        and bridge - Standard tuning)

Em

48 measures

3.50
G163 EL PASO
        (60's Western - 3/4 time - written and first
        recorded by Marty Robbins for his 1959
        album "Gunfighter Ballads and Trail
        Songs", with Grady Martin on guitar - the
        tab consists of 2 verses and chorus in
        Standard tuning)

A

60 measures

4.00
G3080 EL PODER DE AL ORACION
        (The Power of the Prayer)

        (Spanish Gospel - written and first recorded
        by Oscar Medina in 1989 - tab consists of
        intro, accompaniment for verse and refrain,
        turnaround, verse and refrain solo section,
        plus ending - Standard tuning)

A

97 measures

5.50
G2735 END OF THE INNOCENCE
        (80's Pop - written by Bruce Hornsby, first
        recorded by Don Henley on his 1989 album
        of the same name - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of intro, verse,
        refrain and ending - CGDGBE tuning)

G

51 measures

3.50
G1893 ETUDE IN C
        (Classical - 3/4 time - written by Fernando
        Sor (1778-1839) - tab consists of 4 sections
        in Standard tuning)

C

40 measures

3.50
G3107 EVERYTHING BUT THE WINGS
        (Country - written and first recorded by Alan
        Jackson for his 2012 "Thirty Miles West"
        album - tab consists of intro, 2 verses,
        chorus, guitar solo simile, fiddle solo simile,
        and ending - CGDGBE tuning)

C

100 measures

5.50
G2042 FEEL THE NAILS
        (Gospel - written and first recorded by Ray
        Boltz on his 1994 "The Altar" album - tab
        is based on his recording and consists of
        intro and 7 sections of accompaniment in
        Standard tuning)

D

129 measures

6.00
G1045 FIELDS OF GOLD
        (90's Pop - tab is based on Sting's 1993
        recording and consists of intro, 2 verses,
        bridge and ending - Standard tuning)

G

39 measures

3.50
G174 FIRE AND RAIN
        (70's Folk/Rock - written and first recorded
        by James Taylor for his second album
        "Sweet Baby James" in 1970 - tab is based
        on his recording and consists of intro, 2
        verses and 2 choruses - Standard tuning)

A

89 measures

5.00
G2828 FIRST TIME EVER I SAW YOUR FACE
        (70's Folk/Pop - written in 1957 by Ewan
        MacColl for Peggy Seeger, who later
        became his wife - recorded by Roberta
        Flack on her 1969 album "First Take" - her
        first hit after its inclusion in the 1971 movie
        "Play Misty for Me" - tab consists of 2
        verses and ending - Standard tuning)

C

45 measures

3.50
G1390 FIVE HUNDRED MILES
        (traditional American Folk - first made
        popular in the early 60's and first recorded
        in 1961 by "The Journeymen" - tab consists
        of one verse - Standard tuning)

C

17 measures

2.00
G1917 FIVE HUNDRED MILES
        (tab consists of one verse - Standard
        tuning
)

D

17 measures

2.00
G468 FLOR DE AZALEA (Flower of Azalea)
        (Mexican bolero - written in the 1940's by
        Manuel Esperón - tab consists of 3
        sections - Standard tuning)

Em

50 measures

3.50
G3004 FLOS CARMELI (Flowers of Carmel) / LET
        ALL MORTAL FLESH KEEP SILENCE

        (this is a medley of 2 traditional Catholic
        hymns; the first is from the 12th century in
        the Marian tradition, sung in the Carmelite
        Rite for the Feast of Our Lady of Mt.
        Carmel, written by St Simon Stock (1165-
        1265); the second was written in the 4th
        century, based on verses from Habakkuk
        and put to the French folk melody of
        "Picardy" - Standard tuning)

Em

39 measures

3.50
G1489 FLY AWAY
        (70's Folk/Pop - written and first recorded
        by John Denver in 1975 with Olivia Newton-
        John on backup vocals for his "Windsong"
        album - tab consists of intro, 3 verses and
        chorus - Open G tuning)

G

52 measures

3.50
G1270 FOLLOW ME
        (70's Folk - written and first recorded by
        John Denver in 1970 for his "Take Me to
        Tomorrow" album - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of intro, verse and
        2 choruses - Standard tuning)

A

57 measures

4.00
G866 FOOL ON THE HILL
        (Beatles - written by Paul McCartney in
        3/4 time, first recorded by the Beatles in
        1967 for their "Magical Mystery Tour"
        album - tab is based on Sergio Mendes'
        1968 recording in 4/4 time and consists of
        2 verses and 2 bridges - Standard tuning)

A

49 measures

3.50
G2753 FOREVER YOUNG
        (70's Folk - written and first recorded by
        Bob Dylan in 1974 for his "Planet Wave"
        album - tab is based on Joan Baez's
        recording from her 1976 album "From Every
        Stage", and consists of intro, verse, refrain
        and ending - Standard tuning)

G

50 measures

3.50
G1396 FOR THE GOOD TIMES
        (70's Country - written by Kris Kristofferson,
        hit for Ray Price in 1970 - tab is based on
        his recording and consists of verse and
        chorus - Drop D tuning)

D

38 measures

3.50
G1672 FOUR STRONG WINDS
        (60's Folk - written by Ian Tyson in 1961,
        first recorded by "The Brothers Four" in
        1964, then by Ian and his wife Sylvia the
        same year - tab consists of 2 verses and
        has an unusual ending; it ends on the "5"
        or dominant (G) chord - Drop D tuning)

C

34 measures

3.00
G1598 FUR ELISE (For Elise)
        (Classical - 3/4 time - written for piano by
        Ludwig van Beethoven in 1810 - the tab
        consists of 4 sections - Standard tuning)

Am

48 measures

3.50
G2980 GIVE ME YOUR WORD
        (Spanish-oriented classical - 3/4 time,
        tab is based on Bill Yeats' guitar recording
        and consists of intro and 3 sections in
        G6 tuning)

Dm

95 measures

5.00
G1027 GLORIA
        (Liturgical - written by Owen Alstott in 1947
        for the Heritage Mass - tab consists of all
        sections - Standard tuning)

C

45 measures

3.50
G634 GLORY TO GOD IN THE HIGHEST
        (Liturgical - 3/4 time - tab consists of 2
        refrains and 3 verses, as played by Harold
        Streeter on his "Sent Forth By God's
        Blessing"
album - G6 tuning)

D

153 measures

6.50
G1563 GO DOWN EASY
        (80's Country Pop - written by John Martyn,
        recorded by Dan Fogelberg on his 1985
        "High Country Snows" album - tab is based
        on his recording and consists of 2 verses,
        2 choruses and ending - Drop D tuning)

D

78 measures

4.50
G870 GOD REST YE MERRY GENTLEMEN
        (traditional Christmas - composer unknown,
        published in Britain in 1833 - tab consists
        of one verse - Standard tuning)

Am

21 measures

2.00
G2002 GOD THE OMNIPOTENT
        (Gospel - written by Alexis Lvov in 1833,
        titled "God Save The Tsar", lyrics written
        in 1842 by Henry F. Chorley for "God, the
        Omnipotent", set to Lvov's melody - tab
        consists of 2 sections - Drop D tuning)

C and D

33 measures

3.00
G1271 GOODBYE AGAIN
        (70's Folk - written and first recorded by
        John Denver for his 1972 album "Rocky
        Mountain High" - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of intro, verse,
        chorus and ending - Standard tuning)

C

52 measures

3.50
G906 GOOD TIME CHARLEY'S (Got the Blues)
        (70's Country/Pop - written and first
        recorded by Danny O'Keefe for his 1972
        album "O'Keefe" - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of intro, 2 verses,
        2 refrains and ending - Drop D tuning)

D

54 measures

3.50
G2199 GRANDPA (Tell Me 'Bout the Good Old Days)
        (80's Country - first recorded by The Judds
        on their 1986 "Rockin' with the Rhythm"
        album - tab consists of intro, 2 verses, 2
        choruses and ending - Standard tuning)

E

76 measures

4.50
G1437 GREATEST LOVE OF ALL
        (70's Pop - written by Michael Masser and
        Linda Creed, first recorded for the 1977 film
        "The Greatest" by George Benson, then by
        Whitney Houston in 1986 - tab is based on
        George Benson's recording and consists of
        5 sections - Drop D tuning)

G

68 measures

4.50
G2992 GREEN FIELDS OF FRANCE (aka "No Man's
        Land"
and "Willie McBride")
        (70's Folk - 3/4 time - written and first
        recorded by Eric Bogle in 1976 - tab is
        based on the 1981 recording of the Irish
        group "The Fureys" with Davey Arthur, and
        consists of intro, verse, refrain, chorus and
        ending - Drop D tuning)

C

62 measures

4.00
G188 GREENSLEEVES
        (traditional English - 3/4 time - registered at
        the London Stationer's Company in 1580 as
        "A New Northern Dittye of the Lady Greene
        Sleeves" - tab consists of verse and chorus
        in Standard tuning)

Am

33 measures

3.00
G2067 GREENSLEEVES
        (tab consists of verse and chorus in
        Open G tuning)

Am

33 measures

3.00
G2075 GUANTANAMERA
        (Cuban Folk - written by José Fernández
        Diaz in 1929 - first recorded in 1966 by
        "The Sandpipers" - tab consists of verse
        and chorus - Open G tuning)

C

22 measures

2.50
G193 GUANTANAMERA
        (tab consists of 4 verses and 2 choruses
        in Drop D tuning)

D

68 measures

4.50
G2745 HAIL MARY, GENTLE WOMAN
        (Liturgical - written by Carey Landry and
        Carol Jean Kinghorn in 1975 - tab is based
        on Angelina's recording from her 2000
        album "Prays the Rosary" and consists of
        intro, 4 verses, refrain and ending/reprise
        in Standard tuning)

D

84 measures

5.00
G2186 HAPPY BIRTHDAY
        (the melody of "Happy Birthday" is from
        "Good Morning to All", written by Patty and
        Mildred Hill in 1893 - tab consists of one
        verse in slow 3/4 time and one verse in
        Travis picking style - Standard tuning)

E

29 measures

3.00
G1660 HARBOR LIGHTS
        (50's Pop - written by Hugh Williams and
        Jimmy Kennedy in 1937 and published in
        1950, first recorded the same year by the
        Sammy Kaye orchestra - tab is based on
        Elvis Presley's 1954 recording from his first
        recording session at Sun Records and
        consists of 3 verses, bridge and ending
        in Standard tuning)

A

35 measures

3.00
G2489 HARD TIMES COME AGAIN NO MORE
        (American Folk - written and published by
        Stephen Foster in 1854 - tab consists of
        verse and refrain - Standard tuning)

G

33 measures

3.00
G873 HARK THE HERALD ANGELS SING
        (traditional Christmas - written by Charles
        Wesley, first published in "Hymns and
        Sacred Poems" in 1739 - tab consists of
        one verse - Standard tuning)

C

21 measures

2.00
G1331 HAWAIIAN WEDDING SONG
        (50's Pop - 6/8 time - written in 1926 by
        Charles King for his operetta, "Prince of
        Hawaii", first titled "Waiting Here for You"
        ("Ke Kali Nei Au"), translated into English
        by Al Hoffman and Dick Manning in 1958
        and renamed "Hawaiian Wedding Song",
        hit for Andy Williams in 1959 - tab is based
        on Chet Atkins' recording and consists of 4
        sections - Drop D tuning)

G

77 measures

4.50
G2813 HEART OF GOLD
        (70's Folk/Pop - written and first recorded
        by Neil Young in 1972 for his "Harvest"
        album - tab consists of intro as played by
        Neil Young, plus 2 mouth harp similes and
        one vocal simile - Standard tuning)

Em

74 measures

4.50
G2185 HERE COMES THE BRIDE (Bridal Chorus)
        and the WEDDING MARCH
        (Classical - the Bridal Chorus was written
        by Richard Wagner in 1850 for the opera
        "Lohengrin", and is traditionally played for
        the bride's entrance at formal weddings.
        The Wedding March was written in 1842
        by Felix Mendelssohn for "A Midsummer
        Night's Dream" - the tab consists of 5
        sections - Standard tuning)

C

49 measures

3.50
G2481 HERE I AM, LORD
        (Liturgical - written by Dan Schutte in 1979,
        the tab consists of 2 verses and 2 refrains
        in Standard tuning)

E

43 measures

3.50
G2559 HERE I AM, LORD
        (tab consists of 2 verses and one refrain
        in G6 tuning)

G

33 measures

3.00
G1591 HOBO'S MEDITATION
        (Country - 3/4 time - first recorded in 1932
        by Jimmie Rodgers, also by Dolly Parton,
        Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt on
        their 1987 "Trio" album - tab consists of
        intro and 2 sections - Standard tuning)

A

41 measures

3.50
G643 HOLY GOD, WE PRAISE THY NAME
        (traditional Liturgical - 3/4 time - written by
        Ignaz Franz in 1774 - tab consists of verse,
        refrain and reprise - Standard tuning)

C

42 measures

3.50
G644 HOLY, HOLY
        (Liturgical - tab consists of one verse
        in Drop D tuning)

D

23 measures

2.50
G2125 HOME ON THE RANGE
        (traditional Western - 3/4 time - lyrics are
        from a poem written by Dr. Brewster Higley
        in 1873 called "My Western Home" - state
        song of Kansas - tab consists of intro, verse
        and chorus - Drop D tuning)

D

37 measures

3.00
G2140 HOME ON THE RANGE
        (tab consists of intro plus verse and chorus
        accompaniment - Standard tuning)

A

37 measures

3.00
G3156 HONEY (I Miss You)
        (60's Pop - written by Bobby Russell in
        1968, first recorded by Bobby Goldsboro in
        1968 for his album "Honey" - tab consists
        of intro, 3 verses and 3 refrains, in 3 keys,
        in Standard tuning)

C, G and A

71 measures

4.50
G1510 HONKY TONK
        (12-bar Blues - written by Billy Butler, Bill
        Doggett, Clifford Scott and Berisford "Shep"
        Shephard - hit for Bill Doggett in 1956 - tab
        consists of 5 sections - Standard tuning)

E

123 measures

6.00
G1449 HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN
        (traditional Folk - 6/8 time - earliest known
        recording of this 18th century song is by
        Clarence Ashley in 1933 - also a hit for
        "The Animals" in 1964 - tab is based on the
        Animals' recording and consists of extended
        intro and 3 verses - Standard tuning)

Am

66 measures

4.00
G2071 HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN
        (6/8 time - tab consists of intro, verse and
        chorus - Open G tuning)

Gm

44 measures

3.50
G2000 HOW GREAT THOU ART
        (traditional Gospel - Swedish minister Carl
        Boberg wrote the lyrics in 1885 and set
        them to a Swedish folk melody in 1888;
        they were published in English in 1949, and
        the song was popularized by Billy Graham
        during his 1950's Crusades - tab consists
        of verse and chorus - G6 tuning)

G

26 measures

3.00
G2118 HOW GREAT THOU ART
        (tab consists of accompaniment for verse
        and chorus, plus solo arrangement of verse
        and chorus - Standard tuning)

E

64 measures

4.00
G3207 I FALL IN LOVE TOO EASILY
        (40's Jazz-pop - written in 1944 by Jule
        Styne and Sammy Cahn, first recorded in
        1945 by Frank Sinatra for the film "Anchors
        Aweigh" - tab consists of 2 intros; one
        based on Sarah Vaughn's intro and one
        based on Frank Sinatra's intro, plus verse
        and solo based on Sinatra's recording, in
        Standard tuning)

C

50 measures

4.00
G3133 I'D LOVE YOU TO WANT ME
        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Roland Kent Lavoie (aka "Lobo") for his
        1972 album "Of a Simple Man" - tab
        consists of 3 verses, 2 choruses, and solo
        simile - G6th tuning)

G

93 measures

5.50
G2120 I'D RATHER HAVE JESUS
        (Gospel - 3/4 time - written in 1939 by
        George Beverly Shea - tab consists of
        accompaniment for verse and chorus, plus
        solos for verse and chorus and 2 endings
        in Drop D tuning)

D

83 measures

5.00
G852 IF - (70's Pop - written and first recorded by
        David Gates in 1972 with "Bread" - tab
        consists of 3 verses and 2 choruses in
        Standard tuning)

C

44 measures

3.50
G2724 I FALL TO PIECES
        (60's Country - written by Hank Cochran
        and Harlan Howard, recorded by Patsy
        Cline in 1961 for her album "Patsy Cline
        Showcase" - tab is based on her recording
        and consists of intro, chorus, verse and
        ending - Drop D tuning)

A

42 measures

3.50
G2214 IF I FLEE ON MORNING WINGS
        (Inspirational - written and first recorded by
        Fernando Ortega for his 1998 "Breaking of
        the Dawn" album - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of pre-intro and intro
        solos, verse solo, plus accompaniment for
        the verse in DADGAD tuning)

Am

64 measures

4.00
G207 IF I WERE A CARPENTER
        (60's Folk/Pop - written by Tim Hardin, first
        recorded by Bobby Darin in 1966, then by
        Johnny Cash in 1970 - tab consists of verse
        and chorus - G6 tuning)

D

26 measures

2.50
G2215 IF YOU WERE MINE
        (Inspirational - written and recorded by
        Fernando Ortega on his 1998 "This Bright
        Hour" album - tab is based on his recording
        and consists of solo intro, plus 2 additional
        solos, and accompaniment for 3 verses and
        reprise/ending - CGCGBE tuning)

C

94 measures

5.00
G2035 I GOT MINE
        (70's Folk - written and first recorded by
        Chris Smither - tab is as he played it on his
        1971 "Don't Drag it On" album and consists
        of intro, accompaniment for verses, solo
        and ending - Standard tuning)

E

64 measures

4.00
G1633 I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE
        (60's Rock - Written by Norman Whitfield
        and Barrett Strong in 1966, first recorded
        by "The Miracles" - big hit for Marvin Gaye
        in 1968 - tab consists of intro, 2 verses, 2
        choruses and ending - Drop D tuning)

Am

50 measures

3.50
G1752 I'L FAUDID LEIR DIRE
        (Folk - written and first recorded by French
        singer-songwriter and guitarist Francis
        Cabrel - tab consists of verse, chorus
        and bridge - Standard tuning)

E

47 measures

3.50
G1635 IMAGINE
        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by
        John Lennon for his 1971 solo album
        "Imagine" - tab consists of 2 verses and
        bridge - Drop D tuning)

D

34 measures

3.00
G1675 I'M SO LONESOME I COULD CRY
        (50's Country - 3/4 time - written and first
        recorded by Hank Williams in 1949 - tab
        consists of 3 verses plus steel guitar solo
        simile from Hank Williams' original
        recording - Drop D tuning)

D

66 measures

4.00
G1945 I NEVER KNEW LONELY
        (90's Country Pop - written and first
        recorded by Vince Gill for his 1992 album
        of the same name - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of intro, 2 verses
        and chorus - Drop D tuning)

D

58 measures

4.00
G2962 IN THE LAND THERE IS A HUNGER
        (80's Liturgical - written by Michael Lynch
        in 1981 - tab consists of 2 refrains and 3
        verses - Drop D tuning)

G

60 measures

4.00
G2073 IN THE PINES
        (traditional Folk - 3/4 time - written in the
        1870's - tab is based on Bill Monroe's 1941
        recording and consists of verse and chorus
        in Open G tuning)

C

17 measures

2.00
G1427 I ONLY HAVE EYES FOR YOU
        (50's Pop - written by Harry Warren and
        Al Dubin in 1934 for the movie "Dames",
        hit in 1959 for the "Flamingos" - tab is
        based on their recording and consists of
        7 sections and ending - G6 tuning)

D and G

90 measures

5.00
G2700 ISA LEI
        (traditional Fijian farewell song - tab is
        based on Ry Cooder's 1992 recording with
        V. M. Bhatt, from his "Meeting By the
        River" album and consists of 2 verses and
        2 choruses - Open D tuning: DADF#AD)

D

68 measures

4.50
G1991 ISA LEI
        (tab consists of 2 arrangements - first is
        as played by Ed Gerhard in the key of D,
        second is arranged by Harold Streeter in
        the key of G, and consists of intro and 6
        sections - Drop D tuning)

D and G

104 measures

5.50
G2005 I STARTED A JOKE
        (60's Pop - written by Robin Gibb and first
        recorded by the "Bee Gees" for their 1968
        album "Idea" - tab consists of 3 verses and
        bridge - Standard tuning)

C

36 measures

3.50
G875 IT CAME UPON A MIDNIGHT CLEAR
        (Christmas - 3/4 time - written by Edmund
        Sears and published in 1849 - tab consists
        of 2 verses and chorus - Drop D tuning)

G

33 measures

3.00
G2981 IT'S ALL IN THE GAME
        (50’s pop - first written as an instrumental
        titled “Melody in A Major” by the U.S. Vice
        President under Calvin Coolidge, Charles
        Dawes in 1911, with lyrics written for it in
        1951 by Carl Sigman - pop hit for Tommy
        Edwards in 1958 - tab is based on Tommy
        Edwards’ recording, and consists of 2
        verses and ending - Standard tuning)

C

46 measures

4.00
G2212 I WILL SING OF MY REDEEMER
        (Gospel - 12/8 time - written by Phillip Bliss
        and R. Prichard in 1875 - tab consists of
        accompaniment for intro, 3 verses, 3
        choruses and ending - Standard tuning)

E

58 measures

4.00
G2008 I WONDER AS I WANDER
        (Christmas - lyrics written by John Jacob
        Niles set to a folk melody in 1933 - tab
        consists of intro, accompaniment for 4
        verses, plus solo - Standard tuning)

Am

101 measures

5.50
G1274 JAMAICA FAREWELL
        (Carribean - written by Lord Burgess in
        1926, first recorded by Harry Belafonte on
        his 1956 "Calypso" album - tab consists of
        verse, chorus and bridge - G6 tuning)

D

25 measures

2.50
G2740 JAMAICA FAREWELL
        (tab consists of verse, chorus and bridge
        in Standard tuning)

A

25 measures

2.50
G1286 JEAN
        (60's movie theme - 3/4 time - written and
        first recorded by Rod McKuen for the 1969
        movie "Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" - hit the
        same year for William Swofford ("Oliver"),
        tab consists of intro, 3 verses, chorus and
        ending - Standard tuning)

C

70 measures

4.50
G3079 JEHOVA SENOR DE LOS CIELOS
        (Lord of the Heavens)

        (90's Spanish Gospel - 3/4 time - written
        by Fernando Ortega and Jacobo Sefami,
        first recorded by Fernando Ortega in 1997,
        tab consists of intro, accompaniment for
        verse and refrain, solo of verse and refrain,
        plus "improv" solo section and ending, in
        G6 tuning)

D

108 measures

5.50
G2216 JESUS, KING OF ANGELS
        (Gospel - written and first recorded by
        Fernando Ortega for his 1998 "Breaking of
        the Dawn" album - tab consists of intro,
        verse and chorus solos, plus verse and
        chorus accompaniment and ending in
        EGDGBE tuning)

E

77 measures

5.00
G2312 JINGLE BELLS
        (Christmas Pop - written by James Lord
        Pierpont (1822–1893), first titled "One
        Horse Open Sleigh" in 1857 - tab is as
        played by Chet Atkins and consists of
        5 sections - Standard tuning)

G and C

85 measures

5.00
G1755 JOURNEY THROUGH THE PAST
        (70's Folk/Pop - written and first recorded
        by Neil Young on his 1973 "Time Fades
        Away" album - tab consists of intro, 3
        verses and turnaround - Drop D tuning)

D

53 measures

3.50
G880 JOY TO THE WORLD
        (traditional Christmas - words by Isaac
        Watts (1674-1748) and music by Lowell
        Mason - tab consists of one verse in
        Standard tuning)

A

21 measures

2.00
G835 JUNK
        (70's Pop - 3/4 time - written and first
        recorded by Paul McCartney on his 1970
        "McCartney" album - tab consists of 2
        verses and bridge - Standard tuning)

C

41 measures

3.50
G2853 JUST LIKE A WOMAN
        (60's Folk/Rock - 6/8 time - written and first
        recorded by Bob Dylan for his 1966 album
        "Blonde on Blonde" - tab consists of intro,
        verse, refrain, bridge and ending, and
        includes a second module of guitar
        accompaniment - Standard tuning)

C

71 measures

5.50
G685 KAHIT ("It Depends")
        (Filipino love song - composer unknown,
        tab consists of intro and 2 sections in
        Standard tuning)

E

48 measures

3.50
G2013 KEAN O'HARA (First Air)
        (Celtic - 3/4 time - written by Turlough
        O'Carolan (1670-1738) for Irish harp - tab
        consists of one verse - DADGAD tuning)

D

25 measures

2.50
G2365 KEY TO THE HIGHWAY
        (Country Blues - written in 1945 by Charles
        Segar and Big Bill Broonzy, first recorded
        by Bill Broonzy in the 1950's - tab is based
        partly on John Jackson's recording and
        consists of intro, vocal accompaniment and
        4 solos - Standard tuning)

E

59 measures

4.00
G236 KILLING ME SOFTLY (With His Song)
        (70's Pop - written in 1971 by Charles Fox
        and Norman Gimbel - first recorded by Lori
        Lieberman in 1971 - hit for Roberta Flack in
        1973 - tab consists of 2 verses, 2 bridges
        and refrains - Standard tuning)

G

81 measures

5.00
G1651 LA BAMBA
        (traditional Mexican Folk and 50's Rock,
        tab is based on Ritchie Valens' 1958
        recording ("B" side of "Donna"), consisting
        of intro, 4 verses, refrain and break, in
        Standard tuning)

C

70 measures

4.50
G3020 L.A. FREEWAY
        (70's Folk-pop - written by Guy Clark in
        1972 and first recorded by Jerry Jeff Walker
        the same year, Guy Clark recorded his
        version in 1975 - tab is based on Guy
        Clark's recording and consists of intro, 2
        verses and chorus - Standard tuning)

G

55 measures

4.00
G898 LAGRIMA
        (Spanish Classical - 3/4 time - composed
        by Franscisco Tarrega (1852-1909) - tab
        consists of 5 sections - Standard tuning)

E and Em

49 measures

3.50
G701 LEAD ME, LORD
        (Liturgical - 3/4 time - written by John
        Becker in 1953 - tab consists of verse and
        refrain - Standard tuning)

G

34 measures

3.00
G1604 LEAN ON ME
        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by Bill
        Withers on his 1972 album "Still Bill" - tab
        is based on his recording and consists of
        intro, 4 verses, refrain and ending in
        Standard tuning)

A

53 measures

4.00
G238 LEAVING ON A JET PLANE
        (60's Folk - first titled; "Oh Babe I Hate to
        Go" - written by John Denver and Kenneth
        Browder in 1967 - recorded by the Chad
        Mitchell Trio the same year - hit for Peter,
        Paul and Mary in 1969 - tab consists of 2
        verses and chorus - Standard tuning)

D

42 measures

3.50
G859 LES BICYCLETTES DE BELSIZE
        (60's Pop - 3/4 time - from the 1968 British
        musical of the same name - big hit for
        Mireille Mathieu the same year, then for
        Englebert Humperdinck (Arnold George
        Dorsey) in 1969 - tab consists of verse and
        chorus - Drop D tuning)

Am

53 measures

3.50
G702 LET ALL MORTAL FLESH KEEP SILENCE
        (traditional French hymn - first composed
        in Greek in the 4th century, set to a French
        medieval folk melody named "Picardy" in
        the 17th century, translated from Greek by
        Gerard Moultrie - as played by Harold
        Streeter on his "Sent Forth By God's
        Blessing"
CD - DGDFAD tuning)

Dm

43 measures

3.50
G240 LET IT BE
        (Beatles - written by Paul McCartney,
        recorded in 1969 and released in 1970 on
        the Beatles' "Let It Be" album - the tab
        consists of 2 verses, chorus and ending
        in Drop D tuning)

D

33 measures

3.00
G1643 LET IT BE ME
        (60's pop - written and first recorded by
        Gilbert Bécaud in 1955, hit for the Everly
        Brothers in 1960 - tab is based on the
        Everly Brothers' recording and consists of
        intro, 3 verses, refrain and ending in
        Standard tuning)

C

44 measures

3.50
G2131 LOCH LOMOND
        (Scottish air - published in 1841 in "Vocal
        Melodies of Scotland", this song is named
        for the beautiful Scottish lake - tab consists
        of 2 sections - Standard tuning)

G

18 measures

2.00
G2132 LOCH LOMOND
        (tab consists of 2 arrangements, with 2
        sections in slow classical style, and 2 in
        uptempo Travis picking style - G6 tuning)

D

50 measures

3.50
G2217 LONG, LONG TIME
        (70's Pop - first recorded by Linda Ronstadt
        on her 1970 "Silk Purse" album - the tab
        consists of intro from recording, fills with
        accompaniment from recording for 2 verses
        and 3 choruses, 3 solo interludes, verse,
        chorus and ending - Standard tuning)

G

109 measures

6.00
G247 LOVE IS BLUE (L'amour est bleu)
        (60's Pop - written by André Popp and
        Pierre Cour in 1967 - hit for Paul Muriat
        in 1968 - tab consists of 4 sections in
        Standard tuning)

Em and E

38 measures

3.50
G2056 LOVE ME TENDER (Aura Lee)
        (traditional Civil War ballad - tab consists
        of one verse - Open G tuning)

D

17 measures

2.00
G1279 LUCILLE
        (70's Country - 3/4 time - written by Roger
        Bowling and Hal Bynum - hit for Kenny
        Rogers in 1977 - tab consists of verse and
        chorus - Standard tuning)

A

55 measures

4.00
G2074 MAIDEN'S PRAYER
        (Texas Swing - traditional fiddle tune with
        lyrics added by Bob Wills, first recorded in
        1935 - the tab consists of 2 verses in
        Open G tuning)

G and C

33 measures

3.00
G257 MALAGUENA la SALEROSA
        (traditional Mexican folk - written by Elpidio
        and Roque Ramírez and Pedro Galindo,
        popularized by Miguel Aceves Mejía - tab
        is based on Mariachi recordings, and on
        Tish Hinojosa's recording from her album
        "Aquella Noche", consisting of intro, 2
        verses and chorus - Standard tuning)

Am

47 measures

3.50
G269 MARIA
        (from the Broadway musical "West Side
        Story" - music by Leonard Bernstein and
        lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, published in
        1956 - hit for Johnny Mathis in 1960 - tab
        consists of one verse - Standard tuning)

A

26 measures

2.50
G261 MARY IN THE MORNING
        (60's Pop - written by Johnny Cymball and
        Mike Lendell, recorded by Al Martino in
        1967, and Elvis Presley on his 1970 album
        "That's The Way It Is" - tab consists of 2
        verses and chorus - Standard tuning)

C

50 measures

3.50
G2009 MARY'S LITTLE BOY CHILD
        (Christmas - written by Jester Hairston in
        1956 and first recorded by Harry Belafonte
        the same year for his album "An Evening
        with Belafonte" - tab consists of solo intro
        and verse, plus accompaniment for 2 verses
        and 3 choruses - Standard tuning)

C

52 measures

3.50
G1346 M.A.S.H. ("Suicide is Painless")
        (theme from the 1970 TV series - written
        by Johnny Mandel and Mike Altman - tab
        consists of intro, 2 sections and ending
        in Open G tuning)

Am

47 measures

3.50
G1172 M.A.S.H.
        (tab consists of intro, one section and
        ending - Drop D tuning)

Am

31 measures

3.00
G1277 MEMORIES
        (60's Pop - written by Mac Davis in 1968
        and recorded by Elvis Presley the same
        year - tab consists of verse, bridge and
        chorus - Standard tuning)

E

28 measures

3.00
G2091 MEMPHIS
        (50's Rock with shuffle Blues treatment,
        written and first recorded by Chuck Berry in
        1959, plus a vocal version by Johnny Rivers
        in 1964 - tab is based on both versions, and
        consists of intro and ending as per Johnny
        Rivers, plus verse vocal simile, and classic
        Chuck Berry break - Drop D tuning)

D

57 measures

4.00
G1898 MENUET IN Bm
        (Classical - 3/4 time - written by Johann
        Krieger - tab consists of 2 sections in
        Standard tuning)

Bm

24 measures

2.50
G2888 MERCY, MERCY ME (The Ecology)
        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Marvin Gaye for his 1971 album "What's
        Going On" - the tab is based on Eleanor
        McEvoy's recording from her 2006 album
        "Out There", and consists of intro, solo for
        2 verses and refrain, plus accompaniment
        as played on her recording for 3 verses, 2
        refrains and ending - Standard tuning)

C

139 measures

6.50
G1894 MINUET IN C
        (Classical - 3/4 time - written by W. A.
        Mozart - tab consists of 2 sections in
        Standard tuning)

C

41 measures

3.50
G1892 MINUET IN Em
        (Classical - 3/4 time - written by Robert
        de Visee - tab consists of 4 sections in
        Standard tuning)

Em

33 measures

3.00
G1901 MINUET IN G
        (Classical - 3/4 time - composer is
        anonymous - tab consists of 2 sections
        in Standard tuning)

G

23 measures

2.50
G253 MISTER BOJANGLES
        (70's Country Pop - 3/4 time - written and
        first recorded by Jerry Jeff Walker in 1968,
        big hit for the "Nitty Gritty Dirt Band" in
        1971 - tab consists of intro, 2 verses and
        bridge - Standard tuning)

C

83 measures

5.00
G1546 MISTER BOJANGLES
        (3/4 time - tab consists of intro, 2 verses
        and bridge - Standard tuning)

G

77 measures

4.50
G3065 MOUNTAIN SUNRISE
        (classical-"new age" - based on a piano
        composition, composer is anonymous - tab
        consists of intro, 4 sections and ending in
        Standard tuning)

Em

55 measures

4.00
G1990 MULL OF KINTYRE
        (70's "Celtic" Folk - 3/4 time - written by
        Denny Laine and Paul McCartney as a
        tribute to the picturesque Kintyre peninsula
        in Argyll and Bute, Scotland - recorded in
        1977 by McCartney and "Wings" - the tab
        consists of intro, 5 sections, and extended
        modulation - G6 tuning)

D and G

103 measures

5.50
G2112 (My) VALENTINE
        (90's Pop - written by Jim Brickman, first
        recorded by Martina McBride on her 1997
        album "Evolution" - tab consists of intro, 2
        verses, 3 choruses and ending/reprise in
        Standard tuning)

C

72 measures

4.50
G1307 MY FUNNY VALENTINE
        (40's jazz standard - written by Richard
        Rodgers and Lorenz Hart for the musical
        "Babes in Arms", first recorded by Hal
        McIntyre and Ruth Gaylor in 1945, hit for
        Chet Baker in 1952 - tab consists of intro,
        2 verses and bridge - Standard tuning)

C

41 measures

3.50
G1180 MY SWEET LADY
        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by
        John Denver on his 1971 "Poems, Prayers,
        and Promises" album - tab consists of 3
        verses and chorus - Standard tuning)

D

41 measures

3.50
G286 NORWEGIAN WOOD (This Bird Has Flown)
        (Beatles - 3/4 time - written mostly by John
        Lennon, recorded by the Beatles' on their
        1965 "Rubber Soul" album - tab consists of
        2 verses and chorus - Drop D tuning)

D

49 measures

3.50
G3238 NO SOY DE AQUA NI SOY DE ALLA
        (I Am Not From Here or There)

        (80's Latin American Folk - written and first
        performed and recorded by Argentinian
        Facundo Cabral sometime in the 1980's,
        tab consists of intro, 4 verses and 2
        choruses - Standard tuning)

Em

56 measures

4.00
G2123 NOTHING BUT THE BLOOD
        (Gospel - written by Robert Lowry in 1876,
        tab consists of verse, chorus, reprise and
        ending solos - Standard tuning)

G

27 measures

3.00
G2122 NOTHING BUT THE BLOOD
        (tab consists of accompaniment only
        for 2 verses and 3 choruses, plus refrain
        and ending - Standard tuning)

F and G

125 measures

6.00
G1389 NOWHERE MAN
        (Beatles - tab is based on the Beatles'
        1965 recording from their "Rubber Soul"
        album and consists of 3 verses, chorus
        and ending - Drop D tuning)

D

39 measures

3.50
G881 O COME ALL YE FAITHFUL (Adeste Fideles)
        (traditional Christmas - written by John F.
        Wade in 1743 – tab consists of one verse
        in Drop D tuning)

D

21 measures

2.50
G720 O COME, O COME EMMANUEL ("Veni, Veni,
        Emmanuel")
- (Advent and Christmas,
        12th century - tab consists of verse and
        refrain - Standard tuning)

Em

21 measures

2.50
G1407 O HOLY NIGHT ("Cantique de Noël")
        (traditional Christmas - 6/8 time - written
        by Adolphe Adam in 1847, based on the
        French poem "Minuit, chrétiens" (Midnight,
        Christians) by Placide Cappeau (1808-
        1877) - tab consists of verse and chorus
        in Standard tuning)

A

49 measures

3.50
G950 OH MY PAPA
        (50's Pop - German song about a beloved
        clown father, written by Paul Burkhard in
        1939 for the musical "Der Schwarze
        Hecht" - tab is based on Eddie Fisher's
        1954 recording and consists of 6 verses,
        2 bridges and ending - 2 arrangements in
        2 keys - Standard tuning)

C and E

76 measures

4.50
G1614 OLD IRISH BLESSING
        (traditional slow Gospel - a beautiful and
        stately Irish melody - tab consists of one
        verse - Gm tuning: DGDGBbD)

Gm

26 measures

3.00
G1999 OLD RUGGED CROSS
        (Gospel - 3/4 time - written in 1912 by
        George Bennard - tab consists of verse
        and refrain - G6 tuning)

D

34 measures

3.00
G882 O LITTLE TOWN OF BETHLEHEM
        (traditional Christmas - written in 1868 by
        Phillips Brooks and Lewis Redner - tab
        consists of one verse - Standard tuning)

C

17 measures

2.00
G2498 ON EAGLE'S WINGS
        (Liturgical - lyrics adapted from Psalm 91,
        music written by Michael Joncas in 1979,
        tab consists of intro, accompaniment and
        solos and for all sections - G6 tuning)

D

75 measures

4.50
G2198 ONLY I
        (Gospel - written by Richard Craig - tab
        consists of 8 accompaniment sections
        and one solo section - EGDGBE tuning)

G and E

129 measures

6.00
G2742 OREO COOKIE BLUES
        (12-bar blues - 6/8 time - written by Lonnie
        Mack - the tab is as he played it during a
        1992 performance, and consists of intro,
        2 accompaniment sections, 3 breaks and
        ending - Standard tuning)

E

116 measures

6.00
G2510 PANIS ANGELICUS (Holy and Living Bread)
        (traditional Liturgical - tab consists of one
        section - Standard tuning)

D

17 measures

2.00
G2072 PEND OREILLE (Pon-der-ay) RAG
        (Ragtime - written by Harold Streeter - tab
        consists of 4 sections - Open G tuning)

G

51 measures

3.50
G281 PERHAPS LOVE
        (80's Pop - written by John Denver, and first
        recorded by John Denver and Placido
        Domingo in 1981 - tab consists of intro, 2
        verses, bridge and ending - Drop D tuning)

C

37 measures

3.50
G2560 PESCADOR DE HOMBRES (Lord You Have
        Come)
- (6/8 time - Liturgical - written by
        Cesareo Gabarain in 1979 - tab consists of
        verse and refrain - Drop D tuning)

D

33 measures

3.00
G292 PLEASE COME TO BOSTON
        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Dave Loggins on his 1974 "Apprentice (In a
        Musical Workshop)" album - tab consists
        of 2 verses, 2 choruses, bridge, "solo
        section" and ending - Drop D tuning)

C

95 measures

5.00
G2121 PRAISE TO THE LORD, THE ALMIGHTY
        (Gospel - written by Joachim Neander
        (1650-80) - tab is based on Fernando
        Ortega's recording from his 1995 "Night
        of Your Return" album, and consists of
        intro, accompaniment for 2 verses, solo
        section and ending - Standard tuning)

E and F

129 measures

6.00
G2979 P.S. I LOVE YOU
        (30's - 60's Pop - written by Johnny Mercer
        and Gordon Jenkins in 1934, first recorded
        by Rudy Vallee shortly thereafter - tab is
        based on Bobby Vinton's recording from
        his 1967 album "Please Love Me Forever"
        and consists of intro, 3 verses and bridge
        in Standard tuning)

C

37 measures

3.50
G2889 P.S. I LOVE YOU
        (same as the above except in a different
        key and a little more difficult to play, in
        Standard tuning)

D

37 measures

3.50
G2551 RAINBOW CONNECTION
        (70's to 90's Pop - 3/4 time - written by
        Paul Williams and Kenneth Ascher, first
        performed by Kermit the Frog in the 1979
        "The Muppet Movie" - tab is based on
        Kenny Loggins' 1994 recording from his
        "Return to Pooh Corner" album, and
        consists of intro, 3 verses, 3 choruses
        and harmonica Simile - Standard tuning)

E

135 measures

6.00
G316 RAINY DAYS AND MONDAYS
        (70's Pop - written by Roger Nichols and
        Paul Williams in 1971, recorded by "The
        Carpenters" the same year - tab consists of
        3 verses and bridge - Standard tuning)

A

65 measures

4.00
G2126 RED RIVER VALLEY
        (traditional Western song dating to New
        York state in 1879, with new lyrics added
        in 1896 by James Kerrigan, originally called
        "In the Bright Mohawk Valley" - tab consists
        of 2 arrangements - Drop D tuning)

C and D

39 measures

3.50
G2139 RED RIVER VALLEY
        (tab consists of intro and accompaniment
        for one verse - Standard tuning)

A

22 measures

2.50
G1559 RHYMES AND REASONS
        (70's Folk/Pop - written and first recorded
        by John Denver for his 1969 debut album of
        the same name - tab consists of intro and
        ending as played on recording, plus solo
        section for 3 verses - Standard tuning)

C

106 measures

5.50
G1646 SACRED HEART
        ("Celtic" - 3/4 time - tab is adapted from
        Peter Ostroushko's mandolin recording on
        his 2000 album; "Sacred Heart", named for
        a town in western Minnesota, and consists
        of a solo arrangement plus accompaniment
        for other solos - Standard tuning)

D

73 measures

4.50
G1874 SAN DIEGO SERENADE
        (70's Folk/Pop - 3/4 time - written and first
        recorded by Tom Waits on his 1974 "The
        Heart Of Saturday Night" album - tab is
        based on Nanci Griffith's recording from her
        1991 album "Late Night Grande Hotel", and
        consists of intro and 2 verses; first verse is
        at intermediate level, and second verse is at
        advanced level - Standard tuning)

C

46 measures

3.50
G1899 SARABANDE
        (Classical - 3/4 time - the composer is
        anonymous - tab consists of 2 sections in
        Standard tuning)

G

21 measures

2.50
G3224 SATISFIED MIND
        (50's Country - 3/4 time - written by Joe
         Hayes and Jack Rhodes, hit for Porter
        Wagoner in 1955 - tab consists of 3 verses
        in Standard tuning)

A and D

82 measures

5.00
G2709 SAVE ME
        (90's Pop - written and recorded by Aimee
        Mann for the 1999 movie "Magnolia" - tab
        is based on her recording and consists of
        intro, verse, accompaniment for chorus and
        bridge, plus solo - Standard tuning)

G

111 measures

5.50
G333 SCARBOROUGH FAIR
        (16th century English ballad - 3/4 time,
        recorded by Simon and Garfunkel for their
        1966 "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and
        Thyme" album – the tab consists of 3
        arrangements in 3 keys - Standard and
        Drop D tunings
)

Em, Am and Dm

65 measures

4.50
G2066 SCARBOROUGH FAIR
        (3/4 time - tab consists of one verse in
        Open G tuning)

Gm

22 measures

2.50
G1273 SCARLET RIBBONS
        (40's Folk - 3/4 time - tab consists of
        verse and chorus - Standard tuning)

E

37 measures

3.50
G2817 SCORN NOT HIS SIMPLICITY
        (90's Folk - written and first recorded by
        Phil Coulter on his "Classic Tranquility"
        album - tab is based on Sinead O'Connor's
        recording from her 1994 "Universal Mother"
        album and consists of intro and verse, plus
        2 refrains and solo - Standard tuning)

A

58 measures

4.00
G1996 SEEDS
        (Country Gospel - written by Pat Alger and
        Ralph Murthy, recorded by Kathy Matea on
        her 1992 "Lonesome Standard Time" album,
        tab consists of intro, 2 verses, 2 choruses,
        interlude and bridge - Standard tuning)

C

88 measures

5.00
G2444 SHAKING THE PINES IN THE HOLLER
        (Old-time fingerpicking Folk - tab is as
        played by Mike Seeger on his 1962 album
        "Solo - Old-time Country Music", and
        consists of 4 sections - Standard tuning)

C

66 measures

4.00
G1244 SHENANDOAH
        (American Folk - from early 1800's - tab
        consists of one verse - Standard tuning)

C

20 measures

2.00
G1003 SHENANDOAH
        (different approach from G1244 above - tab
        consists of one verse - Standard tuning)

C

22 measures

2.50
G2141 SHENANDOAH
        (tab consists of intro and accompaniment
        for one verse - Drop D tuning)

D

25 measures

2.50
G3186 SHENANDOAH
        (here's another version; this one is based
        mostly on Robin Bullock's recording from
        his 2005 album "The Enchanted Woods",
        with tab consisting of 5 verses; the first 2
        verses are as Robin recorded them, 3rd
        and 4th verses are a combination of his
        2-guitar sections, and last verse is by
        Harold Streeter - Open C tuning)

C

105 measures

5.50
G885 SILENT NIGHT (Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht)
        (Christmas - 3/4 time - written by Josef
        Mohr and Franz Xaver Gruber, published in
        1859 - tab consists of intermediate and
        advanced arrangements - advanced section
        includes tremolo - Standard tuning)

A

50 measures

3.50
G1681 SILVER BELLS
        (Christmas Pop - 3/4 time - first sung in the
        1951 movie; "The Lemon Drop Kid" by Bob
        Hope and Marilyn Maxwell - tab consists of
        verse and chorus - Standard tuning)

A

33 measures

3.00
G349 SITTING ON THE DOCK OF THE BAY
        (60's Pop/Rock - written by Otis Redding
        and Steve Cropper, first recorded by Otis
        Redding in 1968 - tab consists of 3 verses
        and bridge - Standard tuning)

G

58 measures

4.00
G2037 SITTING ON TOP OF THE WORLD
        (traditional Blues, but in 3/4 time - written
        by Lonnie Chatmon and Walter Vinson,
        first recorded by the Mississippi Sheiks in
        1930 - tab is as played by Chris Smither
        on his 1984 "It Ain't Easy" album, and
        consists of intro, solo, all accompaniment,
        and ending - Open D tuning: DADF#AD)

D

74 measures

4.50
G2772 SIXTEEN GOING ON SEVENTEEN
        (50's Pop - written by Richard Rodgers and
        Oscar Hammerstein for the 1959 musical
        "Sound of Music" - tab consists of intro, 2
        verses and bridge, includes Travis picking
        in Standard tuning)

E

44 measures

3.50
G1995 SLEEPERS, AWAKE (Wachet auf, ruft uns die
        Stimme)
- (Classical - cantata written in
        1731 by Johann Sebastian Bach - tab
        consists of 2 sections - G6 tuning)

G

26 measures

2.50
G1470 SLEEP WALK
        (50's Pop - 6/8 time - written by Santo and
        Johnny Farina, first recorded by Santo and
        Johnny in 1959 - the tab is based on their
        recording and on a later recording by Larry
        Carlton, and consists of 3 verses and
        bridge - Standard tuning)

A

65 measures

4.00
G1867 SLIDING DOWN INTO YOUR LOVE
        (Country Blues - written and first recorded
        by Jack Tempchin - tab consists of 3
        sections - Standard tuning)

E

38 measures

3.50
G2173 SMALL GRACES
        (Gospel - written and first recorded by Bob
        Bennett in 1997 on his "Small Graces"
        album - tab consists of intro, 6 interludes
        and turnarounds, all vocal accompaniment
        for bridge and 4 verses - Open G tuning)

G

134 measures

6.00
G1311 SOFTLY, AS I LEAVE YOU
        (60's Pop - written by Hal Shaper, Antonio
        DeVito and Giorgio Calabrese - tab is
        based on Frank Sinatra's 1964 recording
        and consists of intro, 2 verses and ending
        in Standard tuning)

A and C

62 measures

4.00
G1440 SOLITARY MAN
        (60's Rock - written and first recorded by
        Neil Diamond in 1966 - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of 2 verses and 2
        choruses - Drop D tuning)

Am

65 measures

4.00
G323 SOMEWHERE MY LOVE ("Lara's Theme")
        (60's movie theme - 3/4 time - from the
        1965 movie "Doctor Zhivago" - tab consists
        of extended intro, 3 verses, chorus and
        ending - Standard tuning)

G

83 measures

5.00
G1586 SOMEWHERE MY LOVE
        (tab consists of extended intro, 3 verses,
        chorus and ending - Standard tuning)

A

85 measures

5.00
G1439 SOMEWHERE OUT THERE
        (80's movie theme - written by James
        Horner, first recorded by Linda Ronstadt
        and James Ingram for the 1986 movie "An
        American Tail" - tab consists of 4 sections
        in G6 tuning)

D

35 measures

3.50
G072 SOUND OF SILENCE
        (60's Folk/Pop - written by Paul Simon in
        1964 soon after President Kennedy was
        assassinated in 1963 - first recorded by
        Simon and Garfunkel for their debut album
        "Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M." - tab is
        based on their recording and consists of 2
        verses - Standard tuning)

Em

34 measures

3.00
G3162 SOUND OF SILENCE
        (same as above, except this version is
        transcribed exactly as Paul Simon played
        it at the 10th anniversary of 911 on Sept.
        11, 2011, at Ground Zero in New York - tab
        consists of solo intro and 5 verses of
        accompaniment - Standard tuning)

Am

105 measures

5.50
G767 SPANISH FANDANGO
        (1890's parlor tune - 3/4 time - written by
        Charles Luckeyth ("Luckey") Roberts,
        published in 1915 - tab consists of 2
        sections - Open G tuning)

G

65 measures

4.00
G1994 SQUIRE WOOD'S LAMENTATION
        On the Refusal of His Halfpence)

        (Celtic - written by Turlough O'Carolan
        (1670-1738) - tab consists of 3 sections
        in Open A tuning: EAC#EAC#)

A

30 measures

3.00
G2822 ST JAMES INFIRMARY
        (traditional Blues - composer anonymous,
        based on the 18th century English folk
        song "The Unfortunate Rake", recorded by
        Louis Armstrong in 1928 - tab is based on
        both Josh White's and Arlo Guthrie's
        recordings, and consists of 2 intros, 2 vocal
        similes, 2 accompaniment sections, and
        additional solo - Standard tuning)

Am

60 measures

4.00
G2408 STANDING ON THE PROMISES
        (traditional Gospel - written by Russell K.
        Carter and published in 1886 - tab consists
        of 2 arrangements - Standard tuning)

C and D

33 measures

3.00
G1953 STAR OF THE COUNTY DOWN
        (Irish ballad - 3/4 time - lyrics were written
        by Cathal Garvey (1866-1927), set to a
        traditional English melody - tab consists of
        2 arrangements in 2 keys - Drop D tuning)

Em and Am

66 measures

4.50
G2026 STAR OF THE COUNTY DOWN
        (3/4 time - tab consists of 3 arrangements
        in Em, Am and Dm - Drop D tuning)

98 measures

5.50
G2070 STAR OF THE COUNTY DOWN
        (3/4 time - tab consists of 2 sections in
        Open G tuning)

Gm

34 measures

3.00
G1738 STAR OF THE COUNTY DOWN
        (3/4 time - tab consists of 2 sections in
        Standard tuning)

Am

33 measures

3.00
G2354 STRANGER ON THE SHORE
        (60's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Acker Bilk in 1961 - tab consists of 3
        verses and bridge - Standard tuning)

D

35 measures

3.50
G1197 STREETS OF LAREDO (Cowboy's Lament)
        (traditional Western - 3/4 time - based on
        the 18th century British folk song "A
        Handful of Laurel" and the Irish folk song
        "The Bard of Armagh" - lyrics written in
        1876 by Francis Maynard - tab consists of
        2 verses - Drop D tuning)

D

41 measures

3.50
G2062 STREETS OF LAREDO
        (3/4 time - tab consists of 2 verses in
        Open G tuning)

G

38 measures

3.50
G2127 STREETS OF LAREDO
        (3/4 time - tab consists of 2 verses in
        Drop D tuning)

G

39 measures

3.50
G2138 STREETS OF LAREDO
        (3/4 time - tab consists of solo intro
        and accompaniment for one verse in
        Standard tuning)

G

21 measures

2.00
G1321 SUMMERTIME
        (30's jazz standard - 6/8 time - music by
        George Gershwin and lyrics by DuBose
        and Dorothy Heyward, and Ira Gershwin,
        written for the 1935 opera "Porgy and
        Bess", first titled "Sometimes I Feel Like
        a Motherless Child", based on a Negro
        spiritual - tab consists of intro, 2 verses
        and ending - Standard tuning)

Em

70 measures

4.50
G895 SUNRISE, SUNSET
        (Broadway - 3/4 time - from the 1964 play
        and 1971 movie "Fiddler On the Roof", by
        Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick - tab is
        based on the soundtrack and consists of 2
        verses and 2 choruses - Drop D tuning)

Dm

66 measures

4.00
G2060 SWANEE (Suwannee) RIVER (aka Old
        Folks at Home)
- (American Folk - written
        by Stephen Foster in 1851 - state song of
        Florida since 1935 - tab consists of verse
        and chorus - Open G tuning)

G

17 measures

2.00
G070 SWEET BETSY FROM PIKE
        (American Folk - 3/4 time - written by John
        Stone before 1858, recorded by Burl Ives in
        1941 for his debut album "Okeh Presents
        the Wayfaring Stranger" - tab consists of
        2 verses - Standard tuning)

G and C

33 measures

3.00
G2851 TANGLED UP IN BLUE
        (70's Folk/Rock - written and first recorded
        by Bob Dylan for his 1975 album "Blood On
        the Tracks" - tab consists of intro, vocal
        verse simile and mouth harp solo simile,
        plus a second module of accompaniment
        for all parts - Drop D tuning)

A

71 measures

4.50
G1733 TENNESSEE WALTZ
        (50's Pop - 3/4 time - written by Pee Wee
        King and Redd Stewart and recorded by
        Roy Acuff in 1947, then by both Patti Page
        and Les Paul and Mary Ford in 1950 - one
        of 7 Tennessee official state songs - tab
        consists of intro, verse and bridge in
        Standard tuning)

A

37 measures

3.50
G2039 THANK YOU
        (Gospel - written and first recorded by Ray
        Boltz in 1988 - the tab is based on his
        recording and consists of solo, plus
        accompaniment for 5 verses, 3 choruses
        and bridge - Standard tuning)

E and F

97 measures

5.50
G2040 THE ALTAR
        (Gospel - written and first recorded by Ray
        Boltz in 1989 - the tab is based on his
        recording and consists of solo, plus
        accompaniment for verse and 2 choruses
        in Standard tuning)

G

81 measures

5.00
G887 THE FIRST NOEL (First Nowell)
        (traditional 17th century English Christmas
        carol - 3/4 time - published in 1823 in
        "Some Ancient Christmas Carols" - tab
        consists of one verse - Drop D tuning)

D

25 measures

2.50
G1873 THE FLOWER THAT SHATTERED THE STONE
        (90's Country - 3/4 time - written by John
        Jarvis, Joe Henry, and John Denver - first
        recorded by John Denver on his 1990
        album of the same name - tab consists of
        intro, verse and chorus - Standard tuning)

C

52 measures

3.50
G3031 THE GIVING KING
        (Advent and Christmas Liturgical - 3/4 time,
        written by Gary Hardin and Jay Seitz in
        1984 - tab consists of intro, 2 verses, 2
        choruses and ending - Standard tuning)

Em

82 measures

5.00
G2561 THE GRAND ROUNDUP
        (traditional Western - 3/4 time - published
        in "Cowboy life in Texas" in 1893 - tab
        consists of verse and refrain - G6 tuning)

G

33 measures

3.00
G2721 THE HEART OF THE MATTER
        (80's Pop - written by Don Henley, Mike
        Campbell and J. D. Souther, first recorded
        by Don Henley on his 1989 album "The
        End of the Innocence" - tab is based on
        Don Henley's recording and consists of
        intro, accompaniment for verse, chorus,
        and bridge, plus a full solo arrangement
        consisting of intro, verse, chorus and
        bridge - Standard tuning)

D

117 measures

6.00
G2738 THE HEART OF THE MATTER
        (tab consists of the above accompaniment
        sections only - for intro, verse, chorus and
        bridge - Standard tuning)

D

55 measures

4.00
G2739 THE HEART OF THE MATTER
        (tab consists of the above solo portions
        only - for intro, verse, chorus and bridge
        in Standard tuning)

D

63 measures

4.50
G1397 THE LAST THING ON MY MIND
        (60's Folk - written and first recorded by
        Tom Paxton during the early 60's - melody
        is based on the British folk song "Leaving
        of Liverpool" - tab is based on both Neil
        Diamond's and Jose Feliciano's recordings
        and consists of verse and chorus in
        Standard tuning)

E

34 measures

3.00
G1189 THE LAST THING ON MY MIND
        (tab consists of verse and chorus in
        Standard tuning)

G

33 measures

3.00
G2891 THEN YOU CAN TELL ME GOODBYE
        (60's Pop - 6/8 time - written by John D.
        Loudermilk in 1960, first recorded by Don
        Cherry in 1962, then by The Casinos in
        1967, and then by Eddy Arnold in 1968,
        the tab is based on the Casinos' recording
        and consists of intro, 3 verses and bridge
        in Drop D tuning)

C

76 measures

5.00
G3072 THE PRAYER
        (90's Pop - written by David Foster, Carole
        Bayer Sager, Alberto Testa and Tony
        Renis, first recorded by Celine Dion and
        Andrea Bocelli in 1998 for Celine's 1999
        Christmas album "These Are Special
        Times", and for Andrea's 1999 album
        "Sogno" - tab is based on their recording
        and consists of intro, 3 verses, refrain and
        ending - Standard tuning)

E and A

75 measures

4.50
G2197 THE PROMISE
        (Gospel - 3/4 time - written by Michael
        Card and Scott Brasher - tab consists of
        intro and solo for verse and chorus, plus 4
        sections of accompaniment for 3 verses
        and chorus - Standard tuning)

A

116 measures

5.50
G1178 THE ROSE
        (80's Pop - written by Amanda McBroom
        and first recorded by Bette Midler for the
        1979 movie "The Rose" - tab consists of
        2 verses - Drop D tuning)

D

33 measures

3.00
G1366 THE SUMMER KNOWS
        (70's Pop - written by Michel Legrand for
        the 1971 movie "Summer of '42" - tab
        consists of 3 sections - Standard tuning)

Em

30 measures

3.50
G2490 THE SUMMONS
        (traditional Scottish hymn - 3/4 time - tab
        consists of 2 verses - G6 tuning)

D

65 measures

4.00
G1163 THE WALTZ YOU SAVED FOR ME
        (Country waltz - 3/4 time - written by Emil
        Flindt during World War I while in France,
        first titled "The Truck Driver's Dream", then
        "The Waltz of the Poppies", and finally
        "The Waltz You Saved for Me" - the tab is
        partially based on Merle Travis' recording
        and consists of intro and 2 sections in
        Standard tuning)

D

36 measures

3.50
G2003 THE WATER IS WIDE ("O Waly, Waly")
        (thought to be a traditional English or
        Scottish folk song that has been sung
        since the 17th century - tab consists of
        2 verses in 2 keys - G6 tuning)

C and D

33 measures

3.00
G2068 THE WATER IS WIDE
        (tab consists of one verse in
        Open G tuning)

C

17 measures

2.00
G2143 THIS OLD GUITAR
        (70's Folk - written and first recorded by
        John Denver on his 1974 "Back Home
        Again" album - tab consists of intro and
        accompaniment as he played it, plus solo,
        in Standard tuning)

C

50 measures

3.50
G2771 THOSE WERE THE DAYS (theme from "All in
        the Family")
- (written by Charles Adams
        and Lee Strouse, sung by Carroll O'Connor
        and Jean Stapleton (Archie and Edith
        Bunker) for the hit TV series (1971-1980),
        tab is based on that recording and
        consists of 2 arrangements in 2 keys; the
        second is a Travis picking treatment in A,
        5 verses and 2 bridges - Standard tuning)

C and A

53 measures

4.00
G907 TIME IN A BOTTLE
        (70's Pop - 3/4 time - written and first
        recorded by Jim Croce in 1973 - tab is
        based on his recording and consists of
        intro, 2 verses and chorus - Drop D tuning)

Dm

59 measures

4.00
G1267 TODAY
        (60's Pop - 3/4 time - written by Randy
        Sparks (of New Christy Minstrels fame,
        which he formed in 1961) for the 1964
        Western comedy "Advance to the Rear",
        tab consists of 2 verses, 2 choruses and
        ending - Drop D tuning)

D

77 measures

4.50
G904 TRACES OF LOVE
        (60's Pop - written by Buddy Buie and J.R.
        Cobb, first recorded by "The Classic IV" in
        1969 - tab consists of 3 verses and bridge
        in Standard tuning)

A

62 measures

4.00
G1294 TRY TO REMEMBER
        (60's Pop - 3/4 time - lyrics written by Tom
        Jones (not the Tom Jones) and music by
        Harvey Schmidt, first recorded for the
        musical comedy "The Fantasticks", and
        then by Ed Ames, both in 1965 - the tab
        consists of 2 verses and 2 choruses in
        Drop D tuning)

D

69 measures

4.50
G1684 VAYA CON DIOS
        (50's Pop - 3/4 time - written by Buddy
        Pepper, Inez James, and Larry Russell in
        1953, first recorded by Les Paul and Mary
        Ford the same year - tab is based on their
        recording and consists of 3 verses and
        bridge - Standard tuning)

A

65 measures

4.00
G3234 VIA DOLOROSA
        (Spanish Gospel - written by Billy Sprague
        and Niles Borop for their 1993 album "Our
        God Reigns" - tab consists of intro and 4
        sections - Standard tuning)

Am

83 measures

4.50
G1492 WALK ON WALDEN
        ("Persian New Age" - tab is based on Elliot
        Easton's recording, and consists of 4
        sections - DADGAD tuning)

D

40 measures

3.50
G2041 WATCH THE LAMB
        (Gospel - written and first recorded by Ray
        Boltz on his 1986 album of the same name,
        tab is based on his recording and consists
        of intro and vocal accompaniment for 11
        sections - Standard tuning)

B and C

114 measures

5.50
G2116 WAYFARING STRANGER
        (traditional Gospel - first published in 1816
        by Ananias Davisson in his "Kentucky
        Harmony" shape note tunebook - the tab
        consists of accompaniment for verse and
        chorus, plus a solo for verse and chorus
        in Standard tuning)

Em

68 measures

4.50
G2442 WE GATHER TOGETHER
        (traditional Netherlands Folk/Gospel song,
        one story says the song was written in
        1597 to celebrate a Dutch victory, another
        says it was written in 1626 by Dutch
        composer Edward Kremser - tab is as
        played by Harold Streeter on his "Sent
        Forth By God's Blessing"
CD, and
        consists of intro, 3 verses, interlude, bridge
        and ending - Standard tuning)

A

95 measures

5.50
G1408 WE THREE KINGS OF ORIENT ARE ("Quest
        of the Magi")
- (traditional Christmas,
        3/4 time - written by Reverend John
        Hopkins, Jr. in 1863 - tab consists of verse
        and chorus - Standard tuning)

Em

33 measures

3.00
G1605 WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD
        (60's Pop - 6/8 time - written by Bob Thiele,
        George Weiss, and George Douglas - first
        recorded by Louis Armstrong in 1968,
        theme of the 1987 movie "Good Morning
        Vietnam" - tab consists of 2 verses, bridge,
        and extended ending - Drop D tuning)

D

75 measures

4.50
G2716 WHATEVER HAPPENED TO CHRISTMAS
        (60's Christmas - written by Jimmy Webb,
        first recorded by Frank Sinatra in 1968,
        tab is based on Aimee Mann's recording
        from her 2006 Christmas album "One More
        Drifter in the Snow" - tab consists of intro,
        accompaniment for all verses and bridge,
        plus solo arrangement for all verses and
        bridge - Standard tuning)

D

93 measures

5.50
G2166 WHAT IF
        (Christian Rock - written and first recorded
        by Jadon Lavik on his 2004 debut album
        "Moving On Faith" - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of accompaniment
        only for 4 verses, 3 choruses, bridge and
        ending - Standard tuning)

D

205 measures

8.00
G2708 (WHAT IF GOD WAS) ONE OF US
        (90's Pop - written by Eric Bazilian (of The
        Hooters) - first recorded by Joan Osborne
        on her 1995 album "Relish" - tab is based
        on her recording and consists of intro,
        accompaniment for 2 verses, 3 choruses,
        plus 2 solos - Standard tuning)

G

133 measures

6.50
G2707 WHAT IF I STUMBLE
        (90's Christian Rock - tab is based on the
        recording from the 1995 "Jesus Freak"
        album by Christian Rock band "dc Talk",
        and consists of intro, 3 verse and 3 chorus
        accompaniments, plus solo arrangement in
        Standard tuning)

Dm and C

82 measures

5.00
G2714 WHAT IF I STUMBLE
        (tab is a full solo arrangement of G2707
        above, consisting of intro, 3 verses, 3
        choruses and instrumental simile of the
        break on the recording - Standard tuning)

Dm and C

82 measures

5.00
G3236 WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE
        (written by Cole Porter in 1929 for the
        musical "Wake Up and Dream", this tab is
        of Mike Dowling's version on the 2007
        composite CD "Delovely Guitar", consisting
        of intro, 4 verses, bridge, and 2 choruses,
        in Standard tuning)

C

78 measures

5.00
G1628 WHAT'S FOREVER FOR
        (80's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Michael Martin Murphey on his self-titled
        1982 album - tab is based on his recording
        and consists of 3 verses and 2 choruses
        in CGDGBE tuning)

C and D

47 measures

4.00
G2706 WHAT'S SO FUNNY 'BOUT PEACE, LOVE
        AND UNDERSTANDING

        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Nick Lowe on his 1974 album "The New
        Favourites of Brinsley Schwarz" by Lowe's
        band "Brinsley Schwarz - tab is based on
        his recording and consists of intro and
        solo, plus verse and bridge accompaniment
        and ending - Standard tuning)

G

68 measures

4.50
G1547 WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR
        (40's Pop - written by Ned Washington and
        Leigh Harline, first recorded for the 1940
        Walt Disney movie "Pinocchio", sung by
        Cliff Edwards - tab consists of intro, 3
        verses and bridge - Standard tuning)

G

41 measures

3.50
G1686 WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE
        (60's Folk - first 3 verses were written by
        Pete Seeger in 1955, with additional verses
        written by Joe Hickerson in 1960 - first
        recorded by Pete, then by the Kingston
        Trio in 1961 - tab is based on the Kingston
        Trio version and consists of intro, one verse
        and ending - G6 tuning)

G

44 measures

3.50
G1581 WHITER SHADE OF PALE
        (60's Pop/Rock - written by Gary Brooker,
        Matthew Fisher and Keith Reid, first
        recorded by British band "Procol Harem"
        in 1967 - the song was inspired by Johann
        Sebastian Bach's "Sleepers Awake" and
        "Air on a G String", but contrary to popular
        belief, it is not a direct copy or paraphrase
        of any of Bach's works - tab consists of
        intro, verse and chorus - Drop D tuning)

C

34 measures

4.00
G2195 WHO IS LIKE THE LORD
        (Gospel - written and first recorded by
        Holland Davis in 1974 - tab consists of solo
        plus vocal accompaniment for 2 verses and
        3 choruses - CGDGBE tuning)

C

105 measures

5.50
G668 WHY ME, LORD
        (Gospel - 3/4 time - written and recorded by
        Kris Kristofferson in 1971 - tab consists of
        verse and chorus - Standard tuning)

A

38 measures

3.50
G386 WICHITA LINEMAN
        (60's Pop - written by Jimmy Webb in
        1968, first recorded by Glen Campbell on
        his 1968 album "Wichita Lineman" - tab
        consists of intro, 2 verses and ending in
        Drop D tuning)

C

43 measures

3.50
G3008 WIDE RIVER TO CROSS
        (Country Gospel - 3/4 time - written and
        first recorded by Buddy and Julie Miller for
        their 2004 album "Universal United House
        of Prayer" - tab is based on Buddy Miller's
        and Emmylou Harris' version, and consists
        of intro, verse, chorus and ending in
        Drop D tuning)

C

46 measures

3.50
G1447 WILL YOU STILL LOVE ME TOMORROW
        (60's Pop - written by Carole King and
        Gerry Goffin, first recorded by the Shirelles
        in 1960 - tab is based on Carole King's
        recording from her 1971 "Tapestry" album
        and consists of intro, 3 verses and chorus
        in CGDGBE tuning)

C

81 measures

5.00
G2063 WIMOWEH (Lion Sleeps Tonight)
        (first recorded by its writer, Solomon Linda,
        and his group, "The Evening Birds", in 1939,
        also recorded by "The Weavers" in 1951,
        tab consists of 2 verses - Open G tuning)

D

34 measures

3.00
G1342 WINDMILLS OF YOUR MIND
        (60's Pop - from Les moulins de mon cœur,
        written by Alan and Marilyn Bergman, and
        Michel Legrand for the 1968 movie "The
        Thomas Crown Affair" - tab consists of intro
        and 3 verses - Standard tuning)

Dm

43 measures

3.50
G1143 WOOD
        (90's Country - tab is based on Dan Seals'
        1992 recording from his "The Songwriter"
        album, and consists of intro, solo for 2
        verses, chorus and bridge, 3 turnarounds,
        plus accompaniment for 3 verses, 2
        choruses and bridge - Drop D tuning)

D

188 measures

7.50
G2564 YAHWEH, YOU ARE NEAR
        (Liturigal - written by Dan Schutte in 1991,
        tab consists of 3 verses and reprise in
        Standard tuning)

G

46 measures

3.50
G1689 YELLOW BIRD ("Choucoune")
        (19th century Haitian folk song - written by
        Michel Mauleart Monton with lyrics from an
        1883 poem by Oswald Durand, translated
        to English in the 20th century as "Yellow
        Bird" - tab consists of intro, verse, chorus
        and bridge - Drop D tuning)

D

35 measures

3.00
G2069 YELLOW BIRD
        (tab consists of verse, chorus and bridge
        in Open G tuning)

G

27 measures

2.50
G2563 YOU ARE MINE
        (Liturgical - written by David Haas - the
        tab consists of verse and refrain in
        Standard tuning)

G

24 measures

2.50
G1405 YOU DECORATED MY LIFE
        (70's Country - written by Ed Rambeau,
        first recorded in 1979 by Kenny Rogers
        for his album "Kenny" - tab consists of 2
        verses and chorus - Standard tuning)

D

38 measures

3.50
G1395 YOU DON'T KNOW ME
        (50's to 80's Country/Pop - written by Cindy
        Walker and Eddy Arnold in 1955 and first
        recorded by Eddy Arnold same year - tab
        is based on Mickey Gilley's 1981 recording
        and consists of intro, 5 verses and bridge
        in Standard tuning)

A

53 measures

4.00
G1278 YOU NEEDED ME
        (70's Country/Pop - written by Randy
        Goodrum in 1978, first recorded by Anne
        Murray the same year for her "Let's Keep It
        That Way" album - tab consists of 3 verses
        and bridge - Standard tuning)

A

45 measures

3.50
G1280 YOU'RE ALWAYS ON MY MIND
        (70's to 80's Pop - written by Mark James,
        Johnny Christopher, and Wayne Carson
        Thompson, first recorded by Brenda Lee,
        then Elvis Presley, both in 1972 - tab is
        based on Willie Nelson's 1982 recording
        and consists of 2 verses and chorus in
        Drop D tuning)

D

45 measures

3.50
G2728 YOU'RE STILL A YOUNG MAN
        (70's Pop - 3/4 time - written by Emilio
        Castillo and Stephen Kupka, first recorded
        by Tower of Power on their 1972 "Bump
        City" album - tab consists of intro and
        accompaniment for 2 verses, refrain, bridge
        and ending - Drop D tuning)

D

133 measures

6.50
G1718 YOU'VE GOT TO HIDE YOUR LOVE AWAY
        (Beatles - 3/4 time - written by John
        Lennon, recorded by the Beatles in 1965
        on their album "Help!" - tab consists of intro,
        2 verses and chorus - Drop D tuning)

D

63 measures

4.00
G2144 ZACHARY AND JENNIFER
        (70's Folk - written and first recorded by
        John Denver for his 1973 album "Farewell
        Andromeda" - tab consists of intro and
        accompaniment for 2 verses as he played it,
        plus flute solo simile - Standard tuning)

C

31 measures

3.00


ADVANCED LEVEL

All of the following selections have been arranged for solo or ensemble
performance, for parlor sessions and performances ranging from
dinner music settings to concerts.

TUNINGS

In addition to Standard tuning (EADGBE), most titles in this section are in
Drop D tuning (DADGBE), G6 tuning (DGDGBE) or Open G (DGDGBD).
All other tunings, specialized or altered, are described for individual titles.

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Title and Description

(All selections are arranged by Harold Streeter and are in 4/4 time, unless otherwise specified)

Key

Number of Measures

Tab Price
G2204 AB INITIO ("From the Beginning")
        (Documentary theme - written and recorded
        by Harold Streeter for the film "Beautiful
        Canyons of Sedona" - tab is as played on
        his "Guitarscapes" CD and consists of
        8 sections - Standard tuning)

E and G

148 measures

6.50
G3182 ACUTELY CUTE
        (written by Jerry Reed and Chet Atkins,
        recorded by Chet in 1967 for his "Class
        Guitar" album - tab is as played by Chet
        and consists of intro and 3 sections, in
        Standard tuning)

E

53 measures

4.00
G2802 A CHILD IS BORN
        (60's jazz - 3/4 time - written in 1969 by
        Thad Jones, this song has been recorded
        many times over the years - tab is based
        on Thad Jones' and Oscar Peterson's
        recordings and consists of intro and 4
        sections - Standard tuning)

Bb

77 measures

5.00
G3098 AFRICA
        (80's Rock-pop - written by David Paich
        and Jeff Porcaro, first recorded by Toto for
        their 1982 album Toto IV - tab consists of
        intro, 2 verses, chorus and synthesizer
        solo simile - G6 tuning)

G and A

111 measures

6.00
G2896 AIN'T IT FUNNY HOW TIME SLIPS AWAY
        (60's Country-Pop-Soul - written and first
        recorded by Willie Nelson for his 1962
        "And Then I Wrote" album - tab is based
        in part on both Joe Hinton's 1964 recording,
        and on Willie's and Faron Young's duet on
        "Hee-Haw" during the 70's, and consists of
        intro and 3 verses - Standard tuning)

A and D

60 measures

5.00
G1463 AIRES MORISCOS - ("Moorish Melodies")
        (Flamenco-based Classical - inspired by
        David Moreno's 1958 recording from his
        "Spanish Guitars" album - tab is as played
        by Harold Streeter on his "Guitarscapes"
        CD and consists of intro and 9 sections
        in DADFAD tuning)

D

112 measures

6.00
G1964 ALL I ASK OF YOU
        (80's Broadway - written by Andrew Lloyd
        Webber for "Phantom of the Opera" - first
        recorded in 1986 by Sarah Brightman and
        Cliff Richard - tab consists of verse and
        chorus - G6 tuning)

D

35 measures

3.50
G1608 ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE
        (40's standard - written by Jerome Kern
        and Oscar Hammerstein II, for the musical
        "Very Warm for May" in 1939 - recorded by
        Tommy Dorsey and Artie Shaw during the
        40's - tab consists of intro, 2 verses and
        bridge - Drop D tuning)

G

41 measures

4.00
G2869 ALONE AGAIN (NATURALLY)
        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Gilbert O'Sullivan in 1972 - tab consists of
        verse and bridge, plus simile of full guitar
        break from recording - Standard tuning)

D

78 measures

5.00
G402 A MAN AND A WOMAN (Un homme et une
        femme)
- (Movie theme - from the 1966
        movie of the same name, this is a French
        version of the Brazilian samba "Samba da
        Bençao", written by Baden Powell and
        Vinicius de Moraes - tab consists of 5
        sections and ending - Standard tuning)

E

94 measures

5.50
G3039 AMARILLO BY MORNING
        (70's Country - written by Terry Stafford
        and Paul Fraser, first recorded by Stafford
        in 1973, recorded by George Strait in 1982
        for his album "Strait From the Heart" - tab
        consists of intro, 3 verses, 2 turnarounds,
        and reprise/ending - Standard tuning)

D and E

77 measures

4.50
G2901 AMERICA
        (60's Folk/Pop - 3/4 time - written by Paul
        Simon and first recorded by Simon and
        Garfunkel on their 1968 album "Bookends",
        tab consists of intro, 2 verses, refrain,
        chorus, chorus/reprise and ending, in
        Standard tuning)

D

136 measures

6.50
G3057 AMERICAN PIE
        (70's Folk/Pop - written and first recorded
        by Don McLean in 1971 for his "American
        Pie" album, a song about many things,
        including a lament about the deaths of
        Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big
        Bopper in the 1959 plane crash - tab
        consists of intro, 3 verses, 3 refrains and
        bridge - Drop D tuning)

G

115 measures

6.00
G1944 AMERICAN SUITE
        (19th Century Folk - medley of "Dixie Look
        Away", "Yankee Doodle", "Old Folks at
        Home", "Oh Suzannah" and "Battle Hymn
        of the Republic" - tab is based on Rick
        Foster's recording and consists of 11
        sections - Standard tuning)

A

139 measures

6.50
G3089 AMIE
        (70's Country-rock - written by Craig Fuller,
        first recorded by Pure Prairie League for
        their 1972 "Bustin' Out" album - tab
        consists of intro, vocal similes of verse and
        refrain, solo simile and extended ending, in
        Standard tuning)

A

94 measures

5.50
G1298 AND I LOVE YOU SO
        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Don McLean for his 1970 album "Tapestry",
        tab is partially based on Perry Como's
        recording from his 1973 album "And I Love
        You So" - tab consists of intro, 3 verses
        and 2 refrains - Standard tuning)

A and E

90 measures

5.50
G2999 AND THE DOG WAS SLEEPING IN THE
        CORNER

        (70's Folk - written and recorded by Welsh
        guitarist John James for his 1970 album
        "Morning Brings the Light" - tab is as he
        played it on his recording and consists of
        7 sections - Open C tuning: CGCGCE)

C

99 measures

5.50
G2113 ANDY GRIFFITH (Mayberry R.F.D. - "The
        Fishin' Hole")
- (60's TV Theme - written in
        1960 by Earle Hagen and Herbert Spencer,
        tab consists of 4 sections and includes
        walking bass - Standard tuning)

E

34 measures

3.50
G2730 ANGEL ("In the Arms of an Angel")
        (90's Pop - inspirational song written and
        first recorded by Sarah McLachlan for her
        1997 album "Surfacing" - tab is based on
        her recording and consists of intro, verse,
        refrain and ending - Drop D tuning)

C

84 measures

5.00
G1967 ANGEL BAND
        (Gospel - 3/4 time - first titled "My Latest
        Sun Is Sinking Fast", written by William
        Bradbury and Jefferson Hascall, published
        in 1860 - tab is based on the Ken Burns
        Civil War series recording and consists of
        intro, verse, chorus and ending - G6 tuning)

D

48 measures

3.50
G2882 ANIMAL SKIN
        (Jazz Blues - written and first recorded by
        Joe Henry for his 2003 "Tiny Voices"
        album - tab consists of extended intro,
        verse and partial guitar/piano instrumental
        simile - Standard tuning)

Dm

65 measures

4.50
G1284 ANNIVERSARY SONG
        (40's Pop - 3/4 time - also known as "The
        Waves of the Danube"
(Valurile Dunarii),
        written by Ion Ivanovici (1845-1902) for the
        1889 Paris Exposition - Al Jolson and Saul
        Chaplin published it in 1946 as their own
        composition, and recorded it for the "Jolson
        Story" - tab consists of 2 verses and
        chorus - Standard tuning)

Em

49 measures

3.50
G394 AQUARIUS
        (60's Pop - based on the first half of the
        "Aquarius" and "Let the Sunshine In"
        medley from the 60's musical "Hair",
        written by James Rado, Gerome Ragni and
        Galt MacDermot, recorded in 1969 by "The
        Fifth Dimension" - tab consists of verse and
        chorus - Drop D tuning)

Am

43 measures

3.50
G1954 ASHOKAN FAREWELL
        (PBS Civil War series theme - 3/4 time,
        written by Jay Ungar in 1982 and used by
        Ken Burns for his TV series - tab consists
        of 2 sections - G6 tuning)

D

38 measures

3.50
G2344 A SOALIN'
        (60's Folk - written by Paul Stookey, Tracy
        Batteste and Elaina Mezzetti - tab is based
        on Peter, Paul and Mary's recording from
        their 1963 "Moving" album and consists of
        12 sections - Standard tuning)

Em

106 measures

5.50
G1297 AS TIME GOES BY
        (40's standard - written by Herman Hupfeld
        for the 1931 musical, "Everybody's
        Welcome", and sung by Dooley Wilson for
        the 1942 movie "Casablanca" - tab is
        based on Rudy Vallee's 1931 recording and
        includes Johnny Mathis' extended intro plus
        3 verses and bridge - Standard tuning)

C

48 measures

4.50
G1193 AUBREY
        (70's Pop - written by David Gates and first
        recorded by "Bread" on their 1972 album
        "Guitar Man" - tab consists of intro, bridge,
        2 verses and ending - Drop D tuning)

C

44 measures

4.00
G2133 AULD LANG SYNE
        (Folk - written by Scottish poet Robert
        Burns in 1788 - tab consists of a slow
        rubato section and 2 faster Travis picking
        sections - G6 tuning)

C and D

42 measures

3.50
G1734 AVE MARIA (Ellens dritter Gesang)
        (Classical Christmas - written by Franz
        Schubert in 1825, originally for a song
        based on Walter Scott's poem "The Lady
        of the Lake" - tab consists of intro, 2
        sections and 2 endings - G6 tuning)

G

65 measures

4.50
G3033 BABY, NOW THAT I'VE FOUND YOU
        (60's-90's Country - written by John
        MacLeod and Tony Macaulay in 1967, first
        recorded by "The Foundations" same year,
        tab is based on Alison Krauss and Union
        Station's 1995 recording from their "Now
        That I've Found You" CD, and consists of
        intro, verse, turnaround, refrain, bridge, and
        2 instrumental breaks - Drop D tuning)

D

67 measures

4.50
G1438 BABY, WHAT YOU WANT ME TO DO
        (12-bar Blues - recorded by Jimmy Reed in
        1959 - tab is based on his recording and
        consists of intro, 2 breaks and vocal
        accompaniment - Standard tuning)

E

41 measures

3.50
G3245 BAKER STREET
        (70's Pop-rock - written and first recorded
        by Gerry Raffery in 1978 for his "City to City"
        album - tab is based on his recording and
        consists of intro including sax solo, 2 verses,
        plus 2 solos based on sax solo and guitar
        solo - Drop D tuning)

D

88 measures

5.00
G1168 BARCAROLLE Op. 60-1
        (Classical - composed by Frederic Chopin
        in 1845 - the tab is as played by Francis
        Kleynjans and consists of 5 sections in
        Drop D tuning)

D

78 measures

4.50
G2090 BEARER OF THE LIGHT
        (Gospel - written and first recorded by
        Michael Card on his 1994 "Promise
        Keepers - A Life That Shows" album - tab
        consists of accompaniment only for intro
        and 8 sections - DADGBD tuning)

C and D

186 measures

7.50
G2187 BEAU BRUMMEL BLUES
        (Jazz Blues - written by Harold Streeter
        tab consists of intro, 3 sections and ending
        in CGDGBE tuning)

C

38 measures

3.50
G2084 BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
        (Movie theme - from the 1991 Walt Disney
        movie - music and lyrics written by Alan
        Menken and Howard Ashman - the tab
        consists of 5 sections - G6 tuning)

D and G

62 measures

4.50
G1870 BEFORE YOU ACCUSE ME
        (12-bar Blues - written by Ellas McDaniel
        (Bo Diddley), first recorded on his self-titled
        debut album in 1958 - CCR also included it
        on their 1970 album "Cosmo's Factory",
        tab is based on Eric Clapton's recording
        from his 1992 "Unplugged" album and
        consists of intro, 2 breaks, simile of his
        guitar break, plus vocal backup for 2
        sections and ending - Standard tuning)

A

58 measures

4.00
G117 BEGIN THE BEGUINE
        (30's standard - written by Cole Porter and
        first sung by June Knight in the 1935
        Broadway musical "Jubilee" - hit for Cole
        Porter in 1938 - tab consists of intro and
        6 sections - Drop D tuning)

D

101 measures

5.50
G3251 BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
        (70's Country/pop - written by Kenny O'Dell
        and first recorded by Charlie Rich in 1973
        for his album of the same name - tab is
        based on his recording, and consists of 2
        intros, 2 verses, 2 choruses, and ending,
        in Standard tuning)

G and A

61 measures

4.50
G1950 BEN
        (70's movie theme - written by Don Black
        and Walter Scharf for the 1972 movie
        "Ben", recorded by Michael Jackson on
        his second solo album "Ben" the same
        year - tab consists of 4 verses and 2
        choruses - Standard tuning)

D and E

59 measures

4.00
G1601 BLACKBIRD
        (Beatles - written by Paul McCartney for
        the Beatles' 1968 "White" album - tab is
        partly based on Chet Atkins' recording and
        consists of intro, 2 verses, 2 choruses,
        reprise and ending - G6 tuning)

G

75 measures

4.50
G2477 BLACKBIRD
        (tab is as played by Kenny Rankin on his
        2001 "Haven't We Met" album and consists
        of intro, all accompaniment, turnarounds
        and ending - EGDGBE tuning)

G

87 measures

5.00
G2767 BLACK COFFEE
        (40's Jazz blues - written by Sonny Burke
        and Paul Francis Webster in 1948 - tab is
        based on Julie London's 1960 recording and
        consists of intro, 3 verses and bridge in
        Standard tuning)

A

52 measures

4.00
G1196 BLACK ORPHEUS (Manha de Carnaval)
        
("Morning of Carnival") - 60's Bossa,
        written by Brazilian composers Luiz Bonfá
        and Antonio Maria, included in the 1959
        Portuguese film "Orfeu Negro" ("Black
        Orpheus"), also known as "A Day in the
        Life of a Fool" - tab consists of intro, 4
        sections and ending - Standard tuning)

Am

77 measures

4.50
G965 BLACK ORPHEUS (Manha de Carnaval)
        
(as played by Mason Williams on his
        1970 "Handmade" album - tab consists of
        intro, 4 verses, 2 bridges and extended
        ending - Standard tuning)

Am

138 measures

6.50
G2693 BLEED TO LOVE HER
        (90's Folk/Rock - tab is as played by
        Lindsey Buckingham on Fleetwood Mac's
        1997 "The Dance" album and consists of
        intro, verse and bridge accompaniment
        in Standard tuning)

A

50 measures

3.50
G2411 BLESSED ASSURANCE
        (Gospel - 3/4 time - one of the all-time
        great hymns, written by Fanny Crosby and
        Phoebe Knapp in 1873 - tab consists of
        verse and refrain - Standard tuning)

A

58 measures

4.00
G3169 BLIND LEMON EXTRACT
        (80's Blues-rag - inspired by the early blues
        player Blind Lemon Jefferson, this tune was
        written and first recorded by Pat Donohue
        in 1989 for his "Big Blind Bluesy" album;
        tab is as played by Pat and consists of 11
        sections - Standard tuning)

A

136 measures

6.50
G1667 BLUE MOON
        (30's Pop - 6/8 and 4/4 time - written in
        1932 by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart,
        first recorded by Glen Gray and The Casa
        Loma Orchestra in 1935 - tab includes
        quotes from the McGuire Sisters' 1954
        recording of "Sincerely" and consists of
        5 verses and 2 bridges - Standard tuning)

A

86 measures

5.00
G1290 BLUESETTE
        (60's jazz waltz - 3/4 time - written and first
        recorded by "Toots" Theilman in 1962 - tab
        consists of intro, 4 sections and ending
        in Standard tuning)

E

115 measures

5.50
G2884 BLUES IN THE NIGHT
        (40's Jazz standard - written by Harold
        Arlen and Johnny Mercer in 1941 for the
        movie of the same name - tab is based on
        Chet Atkins' and Red Garland's recordings,
        and consists of intro, 5 sections and
        ending - Standard tuning)

A

65 measures

5.00
G1462 BOURREE
        (Classical - written by Johann Sebastian
        Bach - tab consists of 3 sections in
        Standard tuning)

Em

34 measures

3.00
G1871 BRAND NEW COMPANION
        (12-bar Blues - written by Townes Van
        Zandt - tab consists of intro, 4 fills, 3
        turnarounds and break - Standard tuning)

E

51 measures

3.50
G1634 BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO
        (60's Jazz/Pop - written and first recorded
        by Neil Sedaka in 1962 (uptempo version),
        tab is based on Gloria Estefan's 1994
        recording from her "Hold Me, Thrill Me,
        Kiss Me" album, and consists of intro, 3
        verses, bridge and ending in 2 keys in
        Standard tuning)

A and Bb

89 measures

5.50
G115 BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATERS
        (70's Pop - written by Paul Simon in 1969
        and first recorded by Simon and Garfunkel
        in 1970 - tab consists of intro and 2 verses
        in Drop D tuning)

D

64 measures

4.50
G1545 BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATERS
        (tab consists of intro and 2 verses in
        Standard tuning)

G

60 measures

4.00
G3250 BUCKAROO
        ('60's country - written by Buck Owens and
        Don Rich and first recorded by Buck Owens
        and the Buckaroos in 1965 - tab is based on
        Don Rich's lead guitar breaks, and consists
        of 4 sections, including a simile of the pedal
        steel guitar break - G6 tuning)

D

74 measures

4.50
G3111 BUS STOP
        (60's Pop - written by Graham Gouldman,
        first recorded by The Hollies in 1966 - tab
        consists of intro, verse, chorus, solo simile
        and ending - Standard tuning)

Am

51 measures

4.00
G2030 CACAO
        (Latin/Pop - written by Harold Streeter - tab
        is as played on his Guitarscapes CD and
        includes intro, 7 sections, and optional
        second guitar part
- EBD#G#BE tuning)

E

97 measures

6.50
G1638 CALIFORNIA DREAMIN'
        (60's Pop - written by John and Michelle
        Phillips in 1963, first recorded by "The
        Mamas and the Papas" in 1965 - tab
        consists of intro and 6 sections in
        DADGAD tuning)

Dm

109 measures

6.00
G2205 CALIFORNIA DREAMIN'
        (arrangement content and approach differs
        from G1638 above - tab is as played by
        Harold Streeter on his Guitarscapes CD,
        and includes intro plus 8 sections, in
        DADGAD tuning)

Dm

109 measures

6.00
G3071 CAMILA, CAMILA
        (80's Brazilian Pop-rock - tab is based on
        the 1987 recording by the band "None of
        Us", and consists of intro, 3 verses, 2
        choruses, 3 refrains, bridge, 2 solo similes
        and ending - G6 tuning)

D

150 measures

7.00
G2115 CAN'T BUY ME LOVE
        (Beatles - written by Paul McCartney and
        first recorded by the Beatles in 1964 - tab
        is based in part on Chet Atkins' recording
        and consists of 3 verses and chorus, plus
        reprise/ending - CGDGBE tuning)

C

57 measures

4.00
G2727 CAN'T TAKE MY EYES OFF OF YOU
        (60's Pop - written by Bob Crewe and Bob
        Gaudio, first recorded by Frankie Valli in
        1967 - tab is based on his recording and
        consists of intro, 3 verses and 2 bridges
        in Standard tuning)

A and C

103 measures

5.50
G1978 CAN YOU FEEL THE LOVE TONIGHT
        (90's Pop - written by Elton John and Tim
        Rice for the 1994 Walt Disney animated
        film "The Lion King" - tab consists of intro,
        2 verses and 2 choruses - G6 tuning)

D

61 measures

4.00
G1382 CATALONIAN SONG
        (Classical - 3/4 time - the composer is
        anonymous - tab consists of intro, 4
        sections and ending - Drop D tuning)

D

55 measures

4.00
G1392 CAVATINA
        (70's Movie theme and Classical - 3/4 time,
        written by Stanley Myers, first recorded by
        guitarist John Williams for the 1970 movie
        "The Walking Stick" - also the theme for
        the 1979 movie "The Deer Hunter" - tab
        consists of 5 sections and extended ending
        in Standard tuning)

E

92 measures

5.00
G954 CAVATINA
        (3/4 time - this tab is easier to play than
        G1392 above due to key change, but still
        advanced level - it consists of 5 sections
        and extended ending - Standard tuning)

D

91 measures

5.00
G2093 CHANGE THE WORLD
        (90's Pop/Rock - written by Tommy Sims,
        Gordon Kennedy and Wayne Kirkpatrick,
        first recorded by Eric Clapton for the 1996
        movie "Phenomenon" - tab consists of intro,
        2 verses, 3 choruses, guitar solo simile,
        and extended ending - Standard tuning)

E

95 measures

5.50
G1413 CHANCES ARE
        (50's Pop - written by Robert Allen and Al
        Stillman, first recorded by Johnny Mathis
        in 1957 - tab consists of 2 verses, 2 bridges
        and ending - Standard tuning)

A

69 measures

4.50
G1324 CHARIOTS OF FIRE
        (80's movie theme - written and recorded by
        Vangelis for the 1981 movie of the same
        name - tab consists of intro, 2 verses, 2
        choruses and ending - Standard tuning)

E

57 measures

4.00
G3049 CHET BAKER'S UNSUNG SWAN SONG
        (90's slow jazz - written and first recorded
        by David Wilcox about the legendary jazz
        trumpeter and flugelhorn player for his 1991
        album "Home Again" - tab consists of intro,
        8 verses and ending - Standard tuning)

A

93 measures

5.50
G2190 CLAIR DE LUNE
        (Classical - written by Claude Debussy as
        the 3rd movement of "Suite Bergamasque",
        a depiction of Paul Verlaine's poem - he
        wrote the suite in 1888 at age 26, but it was
        not published until 1903 - tab consists of
        8 sections and ending - CGDGBE tuning)

C

80 measures

5.50
G436 CLASSICAL GAS
        (60's Classical Pop - written by Mason
        Williams, first titled "Classical Gasoline",
        this essential fingerstyle piece was first
        released in 1968 on "The Mason Williams
        Phonograph Record" - tab consists of intro
        and 9 sections - Standard tuning)

Am

130 measures

6.50
BG945 CLASSICAL GAS
        (arranged for guitar and 5-string banjo
        with both instruments weaving in and out
        of melody and accompaniment - the tab
        consists of intro and 10 sections, and
        includes quote from Jose Feliciano's
        "Pegao" - Standard tuning)

Am

155 measures

9.00
G1354 CLOSE TO YOU
        (70's Pop - written by Burt Bacharach and
        Hal David, first recorded in 1963 by Richard
        Chamberlain, then by "The Carpenters" for
        their first hit from their 1970 debut album
        "Close to You" - tab is partially based on
        Tommy Emmanuel's recording (including
        several "borrowed" phrases), and consists
        of intro, 4 verses, 2 refrains and ending, in
        Standard tuning)

B

69 measures

4.50
G2994 CLOSE TO YOU
        (this is not the same as the 70's hit by
        The Carpenters described above; rather,
        it's the 1995 hit written and first recorded
        by Sannie Charlotte Carlson ("Whigfield"),
        for her debut album "Whigfield" - tab is
        based on her recording and consists of
        intro, 2 verses, 2 choruses, turnaround,
        chorus reprise and solo section, in
        Drop D tuning)

C

90 measures

5.00
G3212 CONCIERTO DE ARANJUEZ - ADAGIO
        (Classical - written by Joaquin Rodrigo in
        1939, this is the middle and best known
        movement of Rodrigo's 3 movement suite,
         first recorded in 1947 by Regino Sainz de
        la Maza - tab consists of 7 sections in
        Standard tuning)

Bm

56 measures

4.50
G3076 COPACABANA
        (70's Pop - written by Barry Manilow, Jack
        Feldman and Bruce Sussman, recorded by
        Barry Manilow in 1978 - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of intro, verse,
        turnaround and solo simile - G6 tuning)

C

84 measures

5.00
G1951 CRISTOFORI'S DREAM
        (Classical Pop - 3/4 time - written and
        first recorded by David Lanz on his 1988
        album "Cristofori's Dream" - tab is based
        on his piano arrangement and consists of
        intro and 8 sections - DADFAD tuning)

Dm

110 measures

6.00
G2023 CRISTOFORI'S DREAM
        (tab is as played by Harold Streeter on his
        "Guitarscapes" album and consists of
        intro and 5 sections - tuning differs from
        G1951 above - DGDFAD tuning)

Dm

133 measures

6.50
G1772 CROSS AND EVIL HEARTED WOMAN
        (traditional Blues - tab is as played by
        Reverend Gary Davis and consists of 4
        sections - Standard tuning)

A

57 measures

4.00
G3242 CRY ME A RIVER
        (6/8 time - 50's Pop - written by Arthur
        Hamilton, first recorded by Julie London in
        1955 with Barney Kessel on guitar - tab is
        as played by Ton Van Bergeyk on his 1980
        album "Lulu's Back in Town - Hot Guitar
        Solos", and consists of intro 3 verses and
        bridge - Drop D tuning)

Am

79 measures

5.00
G2870 CUYAGUA
        (Classical - written in 2007 by Alfonso
        Montes - tab consists of 5 sections and
        ending - Standard tuning)

G

89 measures

5.50
G1327 DANCE WITH ME
        (70's Pop/Rock - written by John and
        Johanna Hall and first recorded by
        "Orleans" (formed in Woodstock, NY in
        1972) on their 1975 album "Let There Be
        Music" - the tab is based partly on their
        recording and on Earl Klugh's recording,
        and consists of intro, 3 verses, chorus
        and ending - G6 tuning)

D

72 measures

4.50
G3078 DANCE WITH MY FATHER
        (2003 Pop - written by Luther Vandross
        and Richard Marx, first recorded by Luther
        Vandross in 2003 for his last album before
        his death in 2005 - tab consists of intro, 2
        verses, 2 refrains, 2 turnarounds, bridge
        and ending - Standard tuning)

D and E

79 measures

5.00
G3112 DANCING IN THE DARK
        (80's Pop-Rock - written and first recorded
        by Bruce Springsteen in 1984 for his "Born
        in the U.S.A." album - tab consists of intro,
        2 verses, bridge, turnaround, interlude,
        reprise and ending - CGDGBE tuning)

C

89 measures

5.50
G2859 DARLING, DO YOU REMEMBER ME
        (Texas Blues - written and recorded by
        Lightning Hopkins - tab is as played on his
        1973 recording, and consists of intro, 2
        breaks and ending, plus accompaniment
        for one verse - Standard tuning)

E

69 measures

4.50
G2947 DAY TRIPPER
        (60's Rock - written by John Lennon and
        Paul McCartney for the "B" side of the
        Beatles' 1965 single "We Can Work it
        Out" - tab is partially based on Tommy
        Emmanuel's arrangement, and consists of
        intro, 2 verses, 2 choruses, turnaround
        and ending - Standard tuning)

E

57 measures

4.00
G452 DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES
        (60's movie theme - written by Johnny
        Mercer and Henry Mancini for the 1962
        movie of the same name - hit for Andy
        Williams in 1963 - tab consists of 2
        verses - Standard tuning)

D

35 measures

3.50
G1982 DEAD THUMB ROLL
        (Folk/Blues - tab is adapted from Mark
        Spoelstra's 12-string guitar recordings,
        excerpted from Parts One and Two, and
        consists of intro, 10 sections and ending
        in Drop D tuning)

D

150 measures

7.00
G2286 DE CREER EN TI ("On My Knees")
        (Spanish Gospel - tab is based on Jaci
        Velasquez's recording from her 1999
        album "Llegar A Ti", and consists of intro,
        accompaniment for 6 sections, plus solo
        and ending - Standard tuning)

G

129 measures

6.00
G1869 DEE
        ("Classical" - 3/4 time - written and first
        recorded by Randy Rhoads - included on
        Ozzy Osbourne's 1980 "Blizzard of Ozz"
        album - tab is based on his recording (not
        a transcription) and consists of intro and
        3 sections - Drop D tuning)

D

37 measures

3.50
G1476 DEEP PURPLE
        (30's Jazz standard - written by Peter
        DeRose in 1933, first recorded by Paul
        Whiteman in 1934, lyrics added in 1938,
        tab includes the original long intro along
        with a shorter intro, plus 2 verses and
        ending - Standard tuning)

D

62 measures

4.50
G451 DESAFINADO ("Slightly out of Tune")
        (60's Bossa Nova (first bossa hit in U.S.),
        music written by Antonio Carlos Jobim with
        lyrics by Newton Mendonça - hit for Stan
        Getz and Charlie Byrd in 1962 (from their
        album "Jazz Samba") - tab consists of intro
        and 4 sections - Standard tuning)

F

76 measures

5.00
G1281 DESPERADO
        (70's Pop - written by Glenn Frey and Don
        Henley, first recorded on the Eagles' 1973
        album "Desperado" - tab is based on Linda
        Ronstadt's recording from her 1973 album
        "Don't Cry Now" and consists of intro, 3
        verses and 2 choruses - Standard tuning)

C

54 measures

4.50
G3001 DEVIL WOMAN
        (60's Country - written and first recorded by
        Marty Robbins in 1962 for his album "Devil
        Woman" - tab is based on his recording
        and consists of intro and ending (both are
        similes from recording), verse and refrain
        vocal similes, and verse/refrain "improv"
        sections for break - Drop D tuning)

D

55 measures

4.50
G3073 DIDN'T WE ALMOST HAVE IT ALL
        (80's Pop - written by Michael Masser and
        Will Jennings, first recorded by Whitney
        Houston in 1986, released in 1987 for her
        second album "Whitney" - tab consists of
        intro, verse, 3 choruses, bridge and ending
        in G6 tuning)

G and E

117 measures

6.00
G2996 DOCTOR MY EYES
        (70's Rock - written and first recorded by
        Jackson Browne in 1972 for his debut
        album "Jackson Browne" - tab is based on
        his recording and consists of intro, 2 verses
        and 2 choruses, plus simile of Jesse Ed
        Davis' guitar break - G6 tuning)

D

86 measures

5.00
G1326 DON'T CRY FOR ME, ARGENTINA
        (70's Broadway - written by Andrew Lloyd
        Webber and Tim Rice for the 1978 musical
        "Evita" - the tab consists of 4 verses, 3
        choruses and bridge - Drop D tuning)

D

96 measures

5.50
G1174 DON'T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE
        (40's Jazz standard - written by Duke
        Ellington and Bob Russell - originally titled
        "Never No Lament" and first recorded by
        Ellington in 1940 as an instrumental - lyrics
        and new title were added in 1942 - tab
        includes walking bass and consists of verse
        and chorus - Standard tuning)

A

38 measures

4.00
G1038 DON'T KNOW WHY
        (Contemporary Jazz - written by Jesse
        Harris - the tab is based on Norah Jones'
        recording from her 2002 album "Come
        Away With Me" and consists of intro, 4
        verses and 2 refrains of accompaniment,
        plus piano simile and solo for 3 verses
        and refrain - Standard tuning)

A

108 measures

5.50
G2516 DON'T LET THE SUN CATCH YOU CRYING
        (60's Pop - written by Gerry Marsden and
        recorded by "Gerry and the Pacemakers"
        in 1964 - tab consists of one section based
        on Paul McCartney's later swing version,
        plus Erik Satie's classical "Gymnopedie
        # 1" segueing into a combination of Gerry
        and the Pacemakers' and Gloria Estefan's
        recording from her 1994 album "Hold Me,
        Thrill Me, Kiss Me" and consists of 3 verses
        and bridge of the latter - CGDGBE tuning)

G

115 measures

6.00
G3205 DROWN IN MY OWN TEARS
        (50's Pop-Blues - 3/4 time - written by
        Henry Glover in 1951, first recorded by
        Lula Reed same year - tab is as played by
        Paul Geremia on his 1999 album "The
        Devil's Music", and consists of intro,
        accompaniment for 3 verses and refrain,
        plus solo - Standard tuning)

E

227 measures

8.00
G1302 EASY LIKE
        (50's Jazz blues - written and first recorded
        by Barney Kessel in 1953 for his "Barney
        Kessel - Volume One" album - tab is based
        on his recording and consists of 3 sections
        and ending - Drop D tuning)

A

57 measures

4.00
G2020 ED'S PLACE
        (Jazz/blues - written by Harold Streeter,
        tab is as played on his Guitarscapes
        album and consists of intro and 5 sections
        with walking bass - CGDGBbD tuning)

Gm

72 measures

5.00
G1574 EL PASO
        (60's Country - 3/4 time - written and first
        recorded by Marty Robbins for his 1959
        album "Gunfighter Ballads and Trail
        Songs" - tab consists of verse and chorus
        in Standard tuning)

G

49 measures

3.50
G2711 EMPTY HANDS
        (Pop - written and first recorded by Leni
        Stern on her 2002 album "Finally the Rain
        Has Come" - tab is based on both her vocal
        and instrumental recordings and consists
        of intro, 3 verses, turnaround and ending in
        Standard tuning)

A

113 measures

6.50
G2715 END OF THE INNOCENCE
        (80's Pop - written by Bruce Hornsby and
        first recorded by Don Henley for his 1989
        album of the same name - tab is based on
        Don Henley's recording and consists of
        intro, verse and refrain accompaniment,
        horn solo simile, and solo for verse,
        refrain, and ending - CGDGBE tuning)

G

105 measures

6.00
G1348 ENGANO
        (60's Bossa Nova - written by Luiz Bonfa
        and Antonio Carlos Jobim - tab is based on
        Charlie Byrd's recording from his 1964
        "Brazilian Byrd" album and consists of 3
        verses and chorus - Standard tuning)

D

66 measures

4.00
G2720 EUROPA (Earth's Cry, Heaven's Smile)
        (70's Pop Rock - written and first recorded
        by Carlos Santana for his 1976 album
        "Amigos" - the tab is based on his
        recording and consists of intro and 8
        sections, including an uptempo "vamp"
        section, with the first 2 sections at
        intermediate level and the remainder at
        advanced level - Standard tuning)

Am

93 measures

5.50
G3174 EVENIN'
        (Blues-rag - written and first recorded by
        Cab Calloway in 1933, this tab is of Mike
        Dowling's recording on his 2000 "Swamp
        Dog Blues" album - it consists of intro, 4
        sections of verse accompaniment, 2
        sections of bridge accompaniment and full
        solo section - Standard tuning)

Em

75 measures

5.00
G857 EVERGREEN
        (70's Pop - written by Barbra Streisand and
        Paul Williams, first recorded by Streisand
        for the 1976 movie "A Star is Born" - tab is
        based on her recording and consists of intro
        and 4 sections - Standard tuning)

A

87 measures

5.50
G1544 EVERGREEN
        (tab consists of intro and 4 sections in
        Open G tuning)

G

87 measures

5.50
G2886 EVERYBODY'S TALKIN' (At Me)
        (60's pop - written by Fred Neil and first
        recorded by Harry Nilsson for the 1969
        movie "Midnight Cowboy" - tab consists of
        intro, verse, verse reprise, 2 refrains, and
        "scat" simile - Standard tuning)

D

82 measures

5.50
G3137 EVERYTHING THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD
        (80's Country - written by Bob McDill and
        Dan Seals, first recorded by Dan Seals for
        his 1985 album "Won't Be Blue Anymore",
        tab consists of intro, verse, 2 refrains,
        bridge and ending - G6 tuning)

D

90 measures

5.50
G2722 EVERYTIME YOU GO AWAY
        (80's Pop - written by Daryl Hall, first
        recorded by Hall and Oates for their 1980
        album "Voices" - tab is based on Paul
        Young's 1985 recording and consists of
        intro, 2 verses, 3 refrains, 3 bridges and
        solo, plus sitar similes and ending in
        Standard tuning)

E

78 measures

5.00
G024 EXODUS
        (60's movie theme - written by Ernest Gold
        for the 1960 movie "Exodus", based on
        events that happened on the ship Exodus
        in 1947 and on the founding of the state of
        Israel in 1948 - tab consists of 4 sections
        and extended ending - Standard tuning)

Em

75 measures

4.50
G2022 FAREWELL TO GLENDALOUGH
        ("Celtic" - 3/4 and 6/8 time - written by
        Harold Streeter - tab is as played on his
        Guitarscapes album and consists of 4
        sections - CGDGBE tuning)

G

73 measures

4.50
G849 FEELINGS
        (70's Pop - written by Loulou Gaste in 1957
        with the title "Pour Toi", recorded by Morris
        Albert in 1975 with the title "Feelings" - tab
        consists of 2 verses and 2 choruses in
        Standard tuning)

Em

52 measures

4.00
G1902 FERNANDO
        (70's Pop - recorded by the Swedish group
        ABBA in 1976, written by Björn Ulvaeus,
        Benny Andersson and Stig Anderson - tab
        consists of intro, 2 verses, 2 choruses and
        ending - Standard tuning)

A

97 measures

5.50
G1330 FIRST TIME EVER I SAW YOUR FACE
        (70's Folk/Pop - written in 1957 by Ewan
        MacColl for Peggy Seeger (his future wife),
        recorded by Roberta Flack for her 1969
        album "First Take"; it was her first hit after
        it was included in the 1971 movie "Play
        Misty for Me" - tab consists of 2 verses and
        ending - CGDGBE tuning)

C

50 measures

4.00
G663 FLY ME TO THE MOON
        (60's Bossa Nova - written by Bart Howard
        in 1954, first recorded same year by Kaye
        Ballard - tab is based on Joe Harnell's 1962
        recording in bossa style and consists of 2
        verses - Drop D tuning)

C

35 measures

3.50
G1743 FOR A DANCER
        (70's Pop/Rock - written and first recorded
        by Jackson Browne on his 1974 "Late For
        the Sky" album - tab consists of 4 sections
        in Standard tuning)

A

60 measures

4.50
G3152 FOR THE FIRST TIME
        (90's Pop - written by James Newton
        Howard, Jud J. Friedman and Allan Dennis
        Rich, first recorded by Kenny Loggins in
        1996 for the movie soundtrack of "One Fine
        Day" - tab consists of intro, 3 verses and
        2 choruses - Standard tuning)

A and B

55 measures

4.50
G1880 FROM A DISTANCE
        (90's Pop - written in 1985 by Julie Gold,
        first recorded by Nanci Griffith for her 1987
        album "Lone Star State of Mind", then by
        Bette Midler in 1990 for her album "Some
        People's Lives" - tab is based on Bette
        Midler's recording and consists of 2 verses
        and 2 choruses - G6 tuning)

G

44 measures

4.00
G3077 FROM RIO WITH LOVE
        (80's Bossa Nova - although I have no
        information regarding the composer or
        recording artists for the recorded reference
        used for this arrangement, this is indeed
        a beautiful piece - tab consists of intro, 2
        sections and ending - Standard tuning)

Em

75 measures

5.00
G184 GARY OWEN (Eóghan - "Born of the Yew
        Tree")
- (Irish jig in 6/8 time and 18th
        century drinking song of rich young men in
        Limerick - also General George Custer's
        battle charge - tab consists of 2 sections
        in Standard tuning)

A

33 measures

3.00
G1848 GENTLE RAIN
        (60's Bossa Nova - written by Luiz Bonfa in
        1965 for the soundtrack of the movie "The
        Gentle Rain" - tab consists of intro and 2
        sections - Standard tuning)

Am

53 measures

4.00
G1190 GEORGIA ON MY MIND
        (30's to 60's Jazz/Pop - written in 1930 by
        Stuart Gorrell - tab is based on Ray Charles'
        1961 recording and consists of 6 verses and
        2 bridges - Standard tuning)

C

66 measures

4.50
G1949 GEORGIA ON MY MIND
        (tab is as played by Jerry Reed, consisting
        of intro and accompaniment for 3 verses,
        bridge and ending - Standard tuning)

C

92 measures

5.50
G3140 GEORGY GIRL
        (60's Pop - written by Tom Springfield and
        Jim Dale in 1966 for movie of same name,
        first recorded by "The Seekers" - tab is
        based on their recording and consists of
        intro, 6 verses, 2 bridges and turnaround in
        2 keys - G6 tuning)

C and G

82 measures

5.00
G1979 GETTYSBURG THEME
        (90's movie theme - written and recorded by
        Randy Edelman for the movie "Gettysburg"
        in 1993 - the tab is as played by Harold
        Streeter on his Guitarscapes album, and
        consists of 4 sections - G6 tuning)

D

68 measures

4.50
G479 GIRL FROM IPANEMA (Garota de Ipanema)
        (60's Bossa Nova - written by Antonio
        Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes in
        1962 - tab is based on the recording by
        Astrud and João Gilberto and Stan Getz,
        from their 1963 album "Getz/Gilberto",
        tab consists of intro, 3 verses and bridge
        in Standard tuning)

F

54 measures

4.00
G3096 GIVERS AND TAKERS
        (80's Country - written by Craig Bickhardt
        and first recorded by Schuyler, Knobloch
        and Bickhardt (SKB) in 1988 - tab consists
        of intro, verse, chorus, bridge and ending
        in Drop D tuning)

D

66 measures

4.50
G1773 GLORY OF LOVE
        (Gospel - tab is as played by Bahamian
        guitarist Joseph Spence on his 1972 album
        "Good Morning Mr. Walker", and consists
        of intro, 2 verses and 2 choruses, plus a
        Travis picking style arrangement by Harold
        Streeter - Standard tuning)

E

69 measures

4.50
G3003 GOD GIVE ME STRENGTH
        (90's Pop-Jazz - 3/4 time - written and first
        recorded by Burt Bacharach and Elvis
        Costello in 1996, first released on Elvis
        Costello's 1998 "Painted From Memory"
        album - this is somewhat of an "epic" piece,
        with the tab consisting of intro, 3 verses, 3
        refrains, 2 "instrumental" sections, bridge
        and ending - Drop D tuning)

C

200 measures

8.00
G3052 GONNA FLY NOW (Rocky Theme) and
        EYE OF THE TIGER

        (70's-80's Pop-Rock - this is a medley of
        the two most popular Rocky themes;
        "Gonna Fly Now" was written by Bill Conti,
        Carol Connors and Ayn Robbins, and first
        recorded for the original 1977 Rocky movie.
        "Eye of the Tiger" was written by Frankie
        Sullivan and Jim Peterik, and first recorded
        by "Survivor" for the 1982 Rocky III movie.
        Tab consists of 2 intros and 3 sections,
        plus verse and refrain - Drop D tuning)

A and Am

157 measures

7.00
G3226 GOOD STUFF
        (90's Blues - recorded by Eric Bibb for his
        1997 album "Good Stuff" - tab consists of
        intro, accompaniment for 3 verses, and
        solo - Standard tuning)

E

76 measures

4.50
G1556 GREEN ONIONS
        (60's Blues/Rock - 17 years old at the time,
        keyboardist Booker T. Jones came up with
        this tune at a studio jam in 1962; it was a
        hit for Booker T and the MG's the same
        year - tab consists of 3 sections and
        includes walking bass - Drop D tuning)

Am

40 measures

3.50
G1714 GUITAR ETUDE # 3
        (70's Bossa - written by Dan Fogelberg and
        first recorded by he and Tim Weissburg for
        their 1978 album "Twin Sons of Different
        Mothers" - tab is based on their recording,
        and consists of intro, 4 verses, 2 bridges,
        interlude and ending - Standard tuning)

Bm and Dm

138 measures

6.00
G3005 GUITAR MAN
        (70's Pop - written by David Gates and
        first recorded by "Bread" in 1972 for their
        "Guitar Man" album - tab is based on their
        recording, and consists of intro, 2 verses,
        2 bridges, 3 refrains, plus 2 solo breaks,
        in Standard tuning)

G

123 measures

6.00
G2014 GYPSY SWING
        (slow jazz - written by Harold Streeter,
        tab is as played on his Guitarscapes CD
        and consists of intro and 4 sections with
        walking bass - CGDGBE tuning)

C

41 measures

4.00
G2130 HAPPY TRAILS
        (50's Western - written by Dale Evans
        Rogers in 1950, Roy Rogers and Dale
        sang this at the end of their weekly TV
        shows, with a separate recording released
        in 1952 - tab is based on their recording
        and consists of intro, verse and bridge with
        "horse clopping" - Drop D tuning)

D

22 measures

2.50
G3253 HARD TIMES (No One Knows Better than I)
        (50's Blues/Pop, written by P.F. Mitchell,
        first recorded by Ray Charles in 1958 - tab
        is as played by Mike Dowling on his 2005
        "Blue Fandango" CD, and consists of intro
        and 5 sections - Open D tuning)

D

76 measures

4.50
G1266 HAVE YOU EVER REALLY LOVED A WOMAN
        (90's movie theme - 6/8 time - written by
        Michael Kamen, Bryan Adams, and Robert
        John Lange for the 1995 movie "Don Juan
        DeMarco" - tab is based on flamenco
        guitarist Paco de Lucia's playing on the
        soundtrack, and consists of intro, 2 verses,
        3 choruses and bridge, plus a solo interlude
        and ending - Standard tuning)

A

109 measures

6.00
G871 HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE
        CHRISTMAS

        (Christmas Pop - written by Hugh Martin for
        the 1944 musical "Meet Me In St. Louis",
        sung by Judy Garland - both Bing Crosby
        and Frank Sinatra had later hits with the
        piece - tab consists of 3 verses and bridge
        in Standard tuning)

G

37 measures

3.50
G1349 HE AIN'T HEAVY, HE'S MY BROTHER
        (60's Pop - written by Bobby Scott and Bob
        Russell, recorded by The Hollies in 1969,
        tab is based on their recording and consists
        of 3 verses and bridge - CGDGBE tuning)

C

54 measures

4.50
G1422 HELLO
        (80's Pop - written by Lionel Ritchie for his
        1984 "Can't Slow Down" album - tab is
        based on his recording and consists of
        intro, verse, 2 bridges, interlude, plus
        simile of Steve Lukather's guitar break,
        in CGDGBE tuning)

Am

99 measures

6.00
G1602 HERE COMES THE SUN
        (Beatles - mostly 4/4 time with measures
        in 2/4 and 3/4 time - written by George
        Harrison and first recorded on the Beatles'
        1969 album "Abbey Road" - tab consists of
        extended intro, 3 verses, bridge, refrain and
        ending - Drop D tuning)

D

102 measures

6.00
G2099 HERE'S THAT RAINY DAY
        (50's Jazz standard - written by Jimmy
        Van Heusen and Johnny Burke in 1953,
        recorded by Frank Sinatra on his 1959
        album "No One Cares," - tab consists of
        3 verses and ending - EbADGBE tuning)

Eb

49 measures

4.00
G1918 HERE,THERE AND EVERYWHERE
        (Beatles - written by Paul McCartney and
        first recorded on the Beatles' 1966 album
        "Revolver" - tab consists of intro, 2 verses,
        bridge and ending - G6 tuning)

D

40 measures

3.50
G1621 HERNANDO'S HIDEAWAY
        (50's Pop - written by Richard Adler and
        Jerry Ross for the 1954 musical "The
        Pajama Game" - tab is based on Arthur
        Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra's
        1958 recording and consists of intro, 3
        verses and bridge - Standard tuning)

Am

49 measures

4.00
G1821 HE WALKS WITH ME
        (Gospel - tab consists of one section as
        played by Joseph Spence on his 1972
        album "Good Morning Mr. Walker", and
        one section arranged by Harold Streeter
        in Travis picking style - Drop D tuning)

D

42 measures

3.50
G981 HEY JOE
        (60's Rock - recorded by Jimi Hendrix in
        1967 - tab is based on his recording and
        consists of intro, 4 verses, chorus, solo
        simile and ending - Standard tuning)

E

112 measures

6.00
G042 HEY JUDE
        (Beatles - first titled "Hey Jules" - written
        by Paul McCartney, recorded in 1968 as
        the Beatles' first single released on Apple
        Records - tab is based on their recording
        and consists of 4 verses, 2 choruses,
        ending and reprise - Drop D tuning)

D

137 measures

6.50
G1282 HIGH NOON (Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My
        Darling)
- (50's movie theme - written by
        Dimitri Tiomkin and Ned Washington, first
        recorded by Tex Ritter for the 1952 movie
        "High Noon" starring Gary Cooper and
        Grace Kelly - tab is as played by Harold
        Streeter on his "Streets of Laredo" CD
        and consists of 3 verses and bridge in
        Drop D tuning)

D

42 measures

3.50
G3037 HOME
        (Jazz-Pop - written by Michael Buble, Alan
        Chang and Amy Foster-Gillies, first
        recorded by Michael Buble for his 2005 CD
        "It's Time" - tab is based on his recording
        and consists of intro, 5 verses, bridge, 2
        refrains, instrumental simile from recording
        and ending - G6 tuning)

G

115 measures

6.00
G966 HONKY TONK WOMEN
        (60's Rock - written by Mick Jagger and
        Keith Richards - tab is based on the Rolling
        Stones' 1969 recording and consists of 3
        verses and 4 choruses - G6 tuning)

G

86 measures

5.50
G3035 HOPELESSLY DEVOTED TO YOU
        (70's Pop - 6/8 time - written by John Farrar
        for the 1978 film version of "Grease" - tab is
        based on Olivia Newton-John's recording
        from the movie and consists of intro, verse,
        chorus and ending - Drop D tuning)

A

70 measures

4.50
G2007 HOTEL CALIFORNIA
        (70's to 90's Rock - written by Don Felder,
        Don Henley and Glenn Frey, first recorded
        by the Eagles in 1977 - tab is based on the
        Eagles' "Hell Freezes Over" recording and
        consists of 2 extended intros, 2 breaks, 2
        verses and chorus - G6 tuning)

Bm

103 measures

6.00
G1980 HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING
        (traditional Shaker hymn - written by Robert
        Lowry in 1860 - tab is based on Enya's
        1991 recording from her "Shepherd Moons"
        album and consists of intro, 2 verses and
        2 bridges - G6 tuning)

D

34 measures

3.50
G2027 HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING
        (tab is as played by Harold Streeter on
        his Sent Forth By God's Blessing CD,
        and consists of intro and 4 sections in
        2 keys - G6 tuning)

D and G

42 measures

4.50
G3051 HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN
        (30's jazz - written by Irving Berlin in 1932,
        first performed by Paul Whiteman and his
        orchestra in 1933 - tab is based on Eric
        Clapton's recording from his 2010 album
        "Clapton", and on Oscar Peterson's 2011
        recording from his "Irving Berlin Songbook"
        CD, and consists of intro, 2 verses, solo
        and ending - Standard tuning)

C

75 measures

5.00
G486 HOW INSENSITIVE (Insensitez)
        (60's Bossa Nova - written by Antônio
        Carlos Jobim, based on Frederic Chopin's
        Prelude No.4 with lyrics by Vinícius de
        Moraes - tab is based on Jobim's recording
        from his 1963 album "The Composer of
        Desafinado Plays", and consists of 2
        sections - Standard tuning)

Dm

35 measures

3.50
G1847 I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW
        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Johnny Nash in 1972 - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of 2 verses and
        chorus - G6 tuning)

D

60 measures

4.50
G3175 I GO TO PIECES
        (60's Pop - written by Del Shannon in 1964,
        big hit for Peter and Gordon in 1965 - tab is
        based on their recording and consists of
        intro, 2 verses, 2 refrains, bridge and ending
        in CGDGBE tuning)

C

52 measures

4.00
G3063 I'D REALLY LOVE TO SEE YOU TONIGHT
        (70's Pop - written by Parker McGee, first
        recorded by England Dan (Sealy) and John
        Ford Coley for their 1976 album "Nights Are
        Forever" - tab is based on their recording
        and consists of intro, 2 verses, refrain,
        bridge and ending - Standard tuning)

E

63 measures

4.50
G209 IF I FELL
        (Beatles - written by John Lennon and first
        recorded on the Beatles' 1964 album "A
        Hard Day's Night" - tab consists of intro, 3
        verses and bridge - Drop D tuning)

D

47 measures

4.00
G490 IF I WERE A RICH MAN
        (60's Movies and Broadway - written by
        Sheldon Harnick and Jerry Bock for the
        1964 musical "Fiddler on the Roof" - tab
        consists of 7 sections - Drop D tuning)

D

60 measures

4.50
G208 IF YOU COULD READ MY MIND
        (70's Folk/Pop - written and first recorded
        by Gordon Lightfoot for his 1970 album "Sit
        Down Young Stranger" - tab is based on
        his recording and consists of intro, 3 verses,
        6 choruses, turnaround, 2 interludes and
        ending - Standard tuning)

A

114 measures

6.00
G2823 IF YOU DON'T KNOW ME BY NOW
        (70's Pop - written by Kenny Gamble and
        Leon Huff, first recorded by Harold Melvin
        and the Blue Notes in 1972 with Teddy
        Pendergrass on vocals - tab is based on
        their recording and consists of intro, verse,
        bridge and refrain - Drop D tuning)

A

59 measures

4.50
G2818 IF YOU LEAVE ME NOW
        (70's Pop - written by Peter Cetera and
        sung on Chicago's 1976 album "Chicago
        X" (first # 1 hit) - tab is based on their
        recording and consists of intro, 2 verses,
        2 bridges and ending in CGDGBE tuning)

G

74 measures

5.00
G1639 I GOT A NAME
        (70's Folk/Pop - written by Charles Fox
        and Norman Gimbel, first recorded by Jim
        Croce in 1973 - the tab is based on his
        recording and consists of intro, 3 verses,
        3 choruses, 4 bridges and instrumental
        break simile - DGDGCE tuning)

C

134 measures

6.50
G3147 I JUST WANT TO BE YOUR EVERYTHING
        (70's Disco-Pop - written by Barry Gibb,
        first recorded by Andy Gibb for his 1977
        "Flowing Rivers" - tab consists of intro, 3
        verses, chorus and solo simile - this one
        is a challenge! - Standard tuning)

A

64 measures

4.50
G1486 I'LL REMEMBER APRIL
        (40's jazz standard - written in 1942 by
        Gene de Paul, Patricia Johnston and Don
        Raye for the 1942 Abbott and Costello
        comedy "Ride 'Em Cowboy" - tab consists
        of 3 verses and bridge - Standard tuning)

G

67 measures

4.50
G3092 I LOVED HER FIRST
        (Country - 3/4 time - written by Elliot Park
        and Walt Aldridge, first recorded in 2006
        by "Heartland" - tab consists of intro, 2
        verses, bridge, chorus, solo, chorus reprise
        and ending - Drop D tuning)

D

112 measures

6.00
G2335 IN MY LIFE
        (Beatles - written by John Lennon and Paul
        McCartney, first recorded on the Beatle's
        1965 album "Rubber Soul" - tab consists of
        intro, 3 verses, keyboard solo simile and
        ending - G6 tuning)

A

62 measures

4.50
G1386 INTERMEZZO ("Souvenir de Vienne")
        (Classical - written by Heinz Provost in
        1936 for "Escape to Happiness" - tab
        consists of 3 sections - Drop D tuning)

D

45 measures

4.00
G1912 IN THE MOOD
        (40's 12-Bar Big Band Blues - written by
        Joe Garland and Andy Razaf, recorded by
        Glenn Miller in 1939, featured in the 1941
        movie "Sun Valley Serenade" - the tab is
        based on Glenn Miller's recording and on
        Chet Atkins' recording from his 1956 album
        "Fingerstyle Guitar", and consists of intro,
        9 sections (some with Travis picking) and
        ending - Standard tuning)

E

108 measures

6.00
G2840 INVITATION TO THE BLUES
        (70's Jazz/Pop - written and first recorded
        by Tom Waits in 1976 for his album "Small
        Change" - tab is based on his recording
        and consists of intro, 3 verses, 3 refrains
        and ending - G6 tuning)

Dm

62 measures

4.50
G3229 IT HURTS ME TOO
        (40's Blues - composer is unknown, first
        recorded by Tampa Red in 1940 - usually
        played at slow tempo, this tab is of Oliver
        Juchem's version, played uptempo similar
        to Keb' Mo's recording - tab consists of
        intro, vocal accompaniment for 4 verses,
        plus solo and ending - Open G tuning)

G

115 measures

6.00
G3134 IT MUST HAVE BEEN LOVE
        (90's Pop - written by Per Gessle in 1987,
        first recorded by Swedish duo "Roxette"
        same year - was included on the movie
        soundtrack for "Pretty Woman" in 1990;
        tab is based on their recording and
        consists of intro, 2 verses, 3 choruses,
        solo simile, plus chorus reprise and
        ending - Standard tuning)

A and D

137 measures

6.50
G3252 IT NEVER RAINS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
        (70's Pop - written by Albert Hammond
        and Mike Hazelwood, first recorded by
        Albert Hammond in 1972 for his album of
        the same name - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of intro, 3 verses,
        chorus, solo and ending - Standard tuning)

G

85 measures

5.00
G2082 I SWEAR
        (90's Country/Pop - written by Gary Baker
        and Frank J. Myers, first recorded in 1993
        by John Michael Montgomery - the tab
        consists of intro, 3 verses, 2 choruses and
        ending - G6 tuning)

G

68 measures

4.50
G2732 I THINK IT'S GONNA RAIN TODAY
        (60's jazz/pop - written and first recorded
        by Randy Newman for his self-titled 1968
        album - tab is based on Madeline Peyroux's
        recording and consists of intro, 3 verses,
        bridge and ending - Standard tuning)

A

53 measures

4.00
G2852 I THREW IT ALL AWAY
        (60's Folk/Rock - written and first recorded
        by Bob Dylan for his 1969 album "Nashville
        Skyline" - the tab consists of 3 verses, 3
        refrains and bridge, plus second module of
        guitar accompaniment - Standard tuning)

A

88 measures

5.50
G3241 I WAN'NA BE LIKE YOU (THE MONKEY SONG)
        (Written by Richard and Robert Sherman for
        Disney's 1967 movie "The Jungle Book",
        which in turn was adapted from Rudyard
        Kipling's 1894 book, the tab here is as Mike
        Dowling played it on his guitar recording for
        the CD "Poppin' Guitars: A Tuneful of
        Sherman" - tab consists of intro, 3 verses, 2
        choruses, "Solo", 2 bridges, reprise and
        ending - Standard tuning)

G

161 measures

7.00
G959 IT'S ONLY A PAPER MOON
        (30's Jazz - written by Harold Arlen, E. Y.
        Harburg, and Billy Rose in 1933 - tab is
        based on Natalie Cole's 1991 recording
        from her "Unforgettable With Love" album,
        and consists of intro, accompaniment for
        3 verses and bridge, plus solo for 3 verses
        and bridge - Standard tuning)

E

89 measures

5.50
G2736 IT'S RAINING
        (60's Pop - written by Allen Toussaint under
        the name "Naomi Neville", for Irma Thomas,
        (the "Soul Queen of New Orleans"), who
        first recorded it in 1962 - tab is based on
        her recording and consists of intro, 2 verses
        and ending - EGDGBE tuning)

G

72 measures

4.50
G2743 IT WILL HAVE TO DO (Until the Real Thing
        Comes Along)
- (40's Pop - written by
        Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin, and L.E.
        Freeman in 1936 - the tab is based on the
        InkSpots' 1941 recording, and on Dexter
        Gordon's 1962 saxophone recording from
        his "A Swinging Affair" album, and consists
        of intro, 6 verses, 2 bridges and ending
        in Standard tuning)

Bb and D

75 measures

5.00
G2089 I WANT TO BE JUST LIKE YOU
        (Gospel - written by Joy Becker and Dan
        Dean in 1994, recorded by Craig Phillips
        and Dan Dean for the album "Lifeline" - tab
        consists of intro, accompaniment for 4
        verses, 3 choruses and bridge, plus solo
        in Standard tuning)

C and D

145 measures

6.50
G3141 I WANT TO KNOW WHAT LOVE IS
        (80's Pop-Rock - written by Mick Jones
        and Lou Gramm, first recorded in 1984 by
        Foreigner with vocals by Lou Gramm for
        their album "Agent Provocateur" - tab
        consists of intro, 2 verses, bridge and 3
        choruses - G6 tuning)

G

65 measures

4.50
G1952 JAMAICA FAREWELL
        (50's Carribean calypso - written by Lord
        Burgess in 1926, first recorded by Harry
        Belafonte on his 1956 "Calypso" album,
        tab consists of 4 verses and 2 choruses
        in 2 keys - Drop D tuning)

C and D

51 measures

4.00
G3061 JESUS, TAKE THE WHEEL
        (Country-Gospel-Pop - written by Brett
        James, Hillary Lindsey and Gordie
        Sampson, first recorded in 2005 by Carrie
        Underwood for her debut album "Some
        Hearts" - tab is based on her recording
        and consists of intro, 3 verses, 2 refrains
        and ending - Standard tuning)

A

101 measures

5.50
G2317 JINGLE BELL ROCK
        (50's Christmas Pop - written by Joe Beal
        and Jim Boothe, first recorded in 1957 by
        Bobby Helms - tab is as played by Chet
        Atkins, and consists of intro, 6 sections
        and ending - Standard tuning)

C

66 measures

5.00
G2209 JOB (God Loves You)
        (Gospel - written by Cindy Morgen and
        Loren Balman - tab consists of intro,
        accompaniment for 3 verses and 2
        choruses, solo interlude, verse, and
        extended ending - Standard tuning)

Am

120 measures

6.00
G2300 JOLLY OLD SAINT NICHOLAS
        (early 20th century Christmas - Nicholas of
        Myra, who lived from 270 to 346 AD, also
        known as "Nicholas the Wonderworker",
        became the model for Santa Claus - tab is
        as played by Chet Atkins and consists of 4
        sections in the keys of C, F and Bb in
        Standard tuning)

69 measures

4.50
G992 JOSE'S PLACE
        (70's Bossa - tab is as played by Mason
        Williams on his 1970 "Handmade" album
        and consists of pre-intro and intro, plus
        6 sections - Standard tuning)

Am

135 measures

6.50
G1458 JOTAS ARAGONESAS
        (Flamenco-based Classical - 3/4 time - tab
        is based on David Moreno's recording from
        his flamenco-oriented 1958 album "Spanish
        Guitars" and consists of 5 sections in
        Standard tuning)

A

101 measures

5.50
G910 JUST THE WAY YOU ARE
        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Billy Joel on his album "The Stranger" in
        1977 - tab is based on his recording and
        consists of intro, 3 verses and chorus in
        Standard tuning)

A

80 measures

5.00
G2873 JUST WHEN I NEEDED YOU MOST
        (70's-90's Country Pop - written and first
        recorded by Randy VanWarmer in 1979 for
        his album "Warmer" - tab is based on Dolly
        Parton's recording from her 1996 album
        "Treasures", and consists of intro, vocal
        simile of verse, autoharp break simile, and
        extended ending/reprise based on the
        classical guitar ending from Dolly Parton's
        recording - Drop D tuning)

A

64 measures

4.50
G2025 KEAN O'HARA (First Air)
        (Celtic - 3/4 time - written by Turlough
        O'Carolan (1670-1738) for clarsach (Irish
        harp) - tab is as played by Harold Streeter
        on his Guitarscapes album and consists
        of 2 sections - DADGAD tuning)

D

55 measures

4.00
G3131 KEY LARGO
        (80's Pop - written by Bertie Higgins and
        Sonny Limbo in 1981, first recorded by
        Bertie Higgins for his 1982 album "Just
        Another Day in Paradise" - tab consists of
        intro, 2 verses and 2 choruses, in
        CGDGBE tuning)

G

78 measures

5.00
G2633 KISSING A FOOL
        (80's Jazz/Pop - written by George Michael
        in 1987 and first recorded by him for his
        1988 album "Faith" - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of intro, 7 verses, 2
        bridges and ending - Drop D tuning)

D

87 measures

5.00
G2836 LA ARRIBENA
        (south American Classical - written by
        Argentinian Atahualpa Yupanqui - tab is as
        played by Carlos Martinez and consists of
        4 sections - Standard tuning)

Em

45 measures

3.50
G810 LADY MADONNA
        (Beatles - written by John Lennon and Paul
        McCartney, first recorded by the Beatles in
        1968 - the tab consists of intro, 2 verses,
        chorus and ending - Drop D tuning)

A

35 measures

3.50
G899 LA MADRUGADA ("The Early Dawn")
        (written by Jerry Reed - tab is based on
        Chet Atkins' 1969 recording and consists
        of 5 sections - Standard tuning)

C

95 measures

5.50
G2881 LANDSLIDE
        (70's Folk Rock - written by Stevie Nicks,
        first recorded by Fleetwood Mac on their
        self-titled 1975 album - tab consists of
        intro, verse, 2 refrains, and simile of Lindsey
        Buckingham's solo - Standard tuning)

G

100 measures

6.00
G1888 LA PALOMA ("The Dove")
        (traditional Spanish/Mexican Folk - written
        by Sebastian Iradier in 1863 - tab consists
        of intro and 7 sections - Standard tuning)

A

71 measures

4.50
G1641 LAST DATE
        (60's pop - written and first recorded by
        Floyd Cramer, inventor of the famous "slip
        note" piano style, in 1960 - tab consists of
        intro, 3 sections and ending - G6 tuning)

D

65 measures

4.00
G509 LAURA
        (40's Jazz standard - written by David
        Raksin and Johnny Mercer for the 1944
        movie "Laura" - tab is partially based on
        Johnny Smith's recording and consists of
        2 sections - Drop D tuning)

C

33 measures

3.50
G1891 LAYLA
        (70's to 90's Rock - written by Eric Clapton
        and Jim Gordon, first recorded in 1970 by
        Clapton as a fast rock piece - the tab is
        based on his 1992 "Unplugged" recording
        and consists of intro, 2 solos, 2 verse and
        2 chorus vocal similes and ending in
        Standard tuning)

Am

59 measures

4.50
G2640 LAYLA
        (tab consists of intro, 2 solos, 2 verse and
        3 chorus vocal similes and ending, in the
        original key - Standard tuning)

Dm

76 measures

5.00
G1430 LAY, LADY, LAY
        (60's Folk/Pop - written and first recorded
        by Bob Dylan for his 1969 album "Nashville
        Skyline" - tab consists of intro, 6 verses,
        bridge and ending - CGDGBE tuning)

C

127 measures

6.50
G1642 LEADER OF THE BAND
        (80's Folk/Pop - written by Dan Fogelberg
        as a tribute to his musician father, first
        recorded on his 1981 album "The Innocent
        Age" - tab consists of intro as played by
        Fogelberg, plus 2 verse and refrain vocal
        similes, and "instrumental" break including
        "horn section" - Standard tuning)

G

75 measures

5.00
G2196 LEGENDS OF THE FALL THEME ("The
        Ludlows")
- (3/4 time - written and first
        recorded for the 1994 movie "Legends of
        the Fall" by James Horner - tab consists
        of 6 sections - CGDGBE tuning)

D

147 measures

7.00
G241 LIGHT MY FIRE
        (60's Rock - written by Robby Krieger,
        first recorded by "The Doors" in 1966 - tab
        is based on Chet Atkins' recording from his
        "Solid Gold '68" album, and on José
        Feliciano's 1969 recording - tab consists of
        intro and 3 verses - Standard tuning)

Am

53 measures

4.00
G712 LI'L DARLIN'
        (50's jazz standard - written in 1958 by
        Neal Hefti and first recorded by the Count
        Basie band the same year - tab consists of
        intro, 2 verses, 2 bridges and ending, and
        includes walking bass - Standard tuning)

E

47 measures

4.00
G3083 LITTLE DID I KNOW
        (Pop-jazz ballad - written and first recorded
        in 2005 by Linford Detweiler and Karin
        Bergquist of the Ohio group "Over the
        Rhine" for their "Drunkard's Prayer" album,
        tab consists of intro, 3 verses, bridge, violin
        solo simile and ending - Standard tuning)

A

93 measures

5.50
G1329 LITTLE DRUMMER BOY ("Carol of the Drum")
        (Christmas - written by Katherine K. Davis
        in 1941, based on a traditional Czech
        carol - first recorded by the Harry Simeone
        Chorale in 1963 - tab consists of intro and
        2 sections - G6 tuning)

G and C

57 measures

4.50
G3155 LITTLE GREEN APPLES
        (60's Pop - written by Bobby Russell in
        1968, first recorded by O. C. Smith and
        Roger Miller the same year, then by Bobby
        Goldsboro around the same time - tab is
        based on Bobby Goldsboro's recording and
        consists of 2 verses, chorus and ending in
        Drop D tuning)

D

60 measures

4.50
G1030 LITTLE WING
        (60's Rock - tab is based on Jimi Hendrix's
        1967 recording and consists of intro, 2
        vocal verse similes, 2 solo breaks and
        ending - Standard tuning)

Em

52 measures

4.00
G3059 LIVE LIKE YOU WERE DYING
        (Country - written by Tim Nichols and Craig
        Wiseman, first recorded by Tim McGraw for
        his 2004 album of the same name - tab is
        based on his recording and consists of
        intro, 2 verses, 2 choruses, turnaround, solo
        simile and ending - Standard tuning)

G and A

85 measures

5.00
G1186 LONGER
        (80's Folk/Pop - written and recorded by
        Dan Fogelberg for his 1980 "Phoenix"
        album - tab consists of intro, 4 verses,
        bridge and horn instrumental simile section
        in Standard tuning)

G

59 measures

4.50
G1936 LONG RIDER'S THEME
        (80's movie theme - written and recorded for
        the 1980 movie "The Long Riders" (story of
        Jesse James) by Ry Cooder - the tab is
        based on his recording and consists of 5
        sections, plus the traditional Civil War song
        "Battle Cry of Freedom" - Drop D tuning)

D

103 measures

5.50
G2036 LONELY TIME
        (70's Folk - written and first recorded by
        Chris Smither for his 1970 "I'm a Stranger
        Too" album - tab is as he played it, and
        consists of intro, solo, accompaniment for
        2 verses and ending - Standard tuning)

E

75 measures

5.00
G242 LOOK OF LOVE
        (60's Pop - written by Burt Bacharach and
        Hal David for the 1967 James Bond movie
        "Casino Royale", first recorded by Dusty
        Springfield for the movie - tab consists of 2
        sections and ending - Standard tuning)

Em

61 measures

4.00
G1332 LOOK OF LOVE
        (tab consists of one section in
        Drop D tuning)

Dm

30 measures

3.00
G3103 LOOKING FOR LOVE (In All the Wrong
        Places)

        (80's Country - written by Wanda Mallette,
        Bob Morrision, and Patti Ryan, first
        recorded by Johnny Lee for the 1980 movie
        soundtrack of "Urban Cowboy" - tab
        consists of intro, 2 verses, chorus and
        ending - CGDGBE tuning)

C

68 measures

4.50
G3068 LOST IN LOVE
        (80's Pop - written by Graham Russell,
        first recorded by Air Supply for their 1980
        album "Life Support" - tab is based on their
        recording and consists of intro as played
        on the recording, 4 verses, 2 bridges and
        solo break simile - Standard tuning)

G

87 measures

5.50
G1717 LOUIE, LOUIE
        (60's Rock - written by Richard Berry in
        1955, recorded by the Kingsmen in 1963,
        tab is based in part on the Kingsmen's
        recording and on jazz guitarist Tuck
        Andress's later recording, and consists
        of intro, 2 verses, 2 choruses and ending,
        with walking bass - Standard tuning)

A

43 measures

4.00
G1881 LOVE IS REAL (Real Love)
        (80's Pop - written by John Lennon in 1979,
        this song was ignored until 1988 when the
        sixth take was used on the documentary
        soundtrack of "Imagine" - tab consists of
        2 sections - DGDGCE tuning)

Bm

34 measures

3.50
G1351 LOVE ME WITH ALL YOUR HEART
        (Cuando calienta el sol)

        (60's Pop - 6/8 time - written by Carlos
        Rigual, Mario Rigual and Carlos Martinoli
        in 1961 - tab consists of intro and 3 verses
        in Standard tuning)

G

73 measures

4.50
G2352 LOVER'S CONCERTO
        (1965 Pop - written by Sandy Linzer and
        Denny Randell, first recorded in 1965 by
        "The Toys" - melody is based on Johann
        Sebastian Bach's "Minuet in G Major"
        from his "Notebook for Anna Magdalena
        Bach" - tab consists of 4 sections in
        Standard tuning)

G and A

65 measures

4.50
G1361 LULLABY OF BIRDLAND
        (50's Jazz - written in 1952 by George
        Shearing and George Weiss - title refers to
        Charlie "Bird" Parker and his Birdland jazz
        club - first recorded by George Shearing,
        big hit for Ella Fitzgerald in 1954 - tab is
        based on George Shearing's recording and
        on Chet Atkins'recording, and consists of 3
        verses and bridge with walking bass, in
        Standard tuning)

G

33 measures

3.50
G3090 LYING EYES
        (70's Country Rock - written by Glenn Frey
        and Don Henley, recorded in 1975 by the
        Eagles for their "One of These Nights"
        album - tab consists of intro, 4 verses,
        2 refrains and ending - CGDGBE tuning)

G

122 measures

6.50
G867 MacARTHUR PARK
        (60's Pop/Rock - written by Jimmy Webb in
        1968 as part of a cantata rejected by "The
        Association", first recorded by Richard
        Harris in 1968, named after MacArthur Park
        in Los Angeles - tab consists of 9 sections
        and ending - Drop D tuning)

Am

134 measures

6.50
G3109 MAD WORLD
        (80's Pop - written by Roland Orzabal in
        1982, first recorded in 1983 by Tears for
        Fears for their debut album "The Hunting",
        tab is partly based on their recording and
        consists of 2 intros and 7 sections on
        upper and lower neck - Standard tuning)

Em

89 measures

5.00
G3159 MAKE LOVE STAY
        (80's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Dan Fogelberg in 1983 - tab is based on
        Fogelberg's recording and consists of intro,
        3 verses, turnaround, refrain and sax solo
        simile - G6 tuning)

D

84 measures

5.00
G3056 MAKING MEMORIES OF US
        (Country - written by Rodney Crowell, first
        recorded by Tracy Byrd in 2003, then by
        Crowell and Vince Gill in 2004 - tab is
        based on Keith Urban's 2004 recording
        from his album "Be Here", and consists of
        intro, 3 verses, refrain, bridge and ending
        in Standard tuning)

E

90 measures

5.00
G510 MALAGUENA
        (Spanish Classical - composed by Ernesto
        Lecuona as the 6th movement of the "Suite
        Andalucia", first recorded by Lecuona as a
        piano solo in 1955 - tab is based in part on
        Mexico City guitarist David Moreno's 1958
        recording and consists of 10 sections in
        Standard tuning)

E

147 measures

6.50
G2997 MANDOLIN RAIN
        (80's Pop - written by Bruce and John
        Hornsby, first recorded by Bruce Hornsby
        and the Range for their 1986 debut album
        "The Way it Is" - tab is based on their
        recording and consists of intro, 2 verses, 2
        choruses, bridge, and "instrumental"
        section - CGDGBE tuning)

G

109 measures

5.50
G2719 MANY RIVERS TO CROSS
        (60's Pop/Gospel - written and first
        recorded by Jimmy Cliff in 1969 for his
        album "Jimmy Cliff" - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of intro, 4 verses
        and 2 choruses - Standard tuning)

C and E

74 measures

5.00
G1357 MARIA ELENA
        (40's Latin standard - written by Lorenzo
        Barcelata, recorded by the Jimmy Dorsey
        Orchestra in 1941 - tab is based on Los
        Indios Tabajaras' 1963 recording and
        consists of 2 verses - Standard tuning)

A

33 measures

3.50
G3217 MARIA ELENA
        (40's Latin standard - 3/4 time - same as
        above except this version is in waltz time,
        along with 2 extra sections, just as the
        author intended, that are not included in
        other recordings - tab is mainly based on
        Mike Dowling's recording and consists of
        3 sections, interlude and reprise/ending,
        in G6 tuning)

G

82 measures

5.00
G2194 MARY, DID YOU KNOW
        (Gospel and Christmas - lyrics written by
        Mark Lowry in 1984 and music written by
        Buddy Greene 6 years later - tab is based
        on Buddy Greene's harmonica recording,
        and consists of intro, accompaniment for 3
        sections, plus solo and extended ending,
        in Standard tuning)

Dm

85 measures

5.50
G2218 MARY, DID YOU KNOW
        (tab is as played on Harold Streeter's
        "Sent Forth By God's Blessing" album
        and consists of intro, 4 verses, 4 bridges,
        and extended ending - Drop D tuning)

Am and Dm

85 measures

5.50
G2134 MAS ALLA (Beyond)
        (written by Kike Santander, first recorded
        by Gloria Estefan for her 1995 "Abriendo
        Puertas" album - Gloria sang this piece for
        Pope John Paul II to help celebrate his
        50th year in the Priesthood - tab is based
        on her recording and consists of intro, 5
        verses, 3 choruses, interlude and ending,
        in 2 keys - Standard tuning)

C and D

120 measures

6.00
G1014 MAS QUE UN ANHELO
        (Spanish Gospel - tab is based on Marcela
        Gandara's recording and consists of intro,
        verse, refrain and bridge accompaniment,
        plus verse and refrain solos and ending
        in Standard tuning)

Em

91 measures

5.50
G3233 MEANWHILE, BACK AT MAMMA'S
        (Country - written by Tom Douglas, Jaren
        Johnston and Jeffrey Steele, first recorded
        by Tim McGraw in 2014 for his "Sundown
        Heaven Town" album - tab is based on
        his recording and consists of intro, 2
        verses, bridge, chorus, turnaround, and
        reprise/ending - Standard tuning)

E

95 measures

5.50
G511 MEDITATION ("Meditação")
        (60's Bossa Nova - written and recorded by
        Antonio Carlos Jobim for his 1963 album
        "The Composer of Desafinado Plays" - tab
        is based on his recording and consists of 3
        verses and bridge - Standard tuning)

C

57 measures

4.00
G1257 MEMORY
        (80's Pop - 6/8 time - written by Andrew
        Lloyd Webber for the 1981 musical "Cats",
        sung by the character Grizabella - tab
        consists of 4 sections - Standard tuning)

C

66 measures

4.50
G1897 MENUET IN A
        (Classical - 3/4 time - written by Johann
        Sebastian Bach - tab consists of 2 sections
        in Standard tuning)

A

32 measures

3.50
G1340 MICHELLE
        (Beatles - written by Paul McCartney, first
        recorded on the Beatles' 1965 "Rubber
        Soul" album - tab is partly based on Chet
        Atkins' recording and consists of intro, 2
        vocal similes, simile of George Martin's lead
        guitar melody and ending - Drop D tuning)

D

57 measures

4.00
G1333 MIDNIGHT BLUE
        (70's pop - written by Melissa Manchester
        and Carol Bayer Sager in 1973, first
        recorded by Melissa Manchester for her
        "Melissa" album in 1975 - tab is based on
        her recording and consists of intro, 2
        verses, 3 refrains, turnaround and bridge,
        in Standard tuning)

A

79 measures

5.00
G3164 MIDNIGHT HOUR BLUES
        (Blues - written and first recorded by Lenny
        Carr - tab is as played by Mike Dowling on
        his 2005 "Blue Fandango" album, and
        consists of intro, 5 verses of accomp, and
        2 solos - Standard tuning)

A

90 measures

5.50
G913 MINUET IN E MINOR
        (Classical - 3/4 time - written by Johann
        Sebastian Bach as one of the movements
        of his "French Harpischord Suite" - tab
        consists of 4 sections - Standard tuning)

Em

83 measures

5.00
G1364 MISIRLOU
        (Greek Folk/Pop - first performed by the
        Michalis Patrino rebetiko band in Athens,
        Greece in 1927 - tab is Classical and
        Flamenco-oriented and consists of intro
        and 4 sections - Standard tuning)

E and Em

75 measures

4.50
G1756 MISS THE MISSISSIPPI AND YOU
        (30's Country - 3/4 time - written by Bill
        Haley and first recorded by Jimmie
        Rodgers in 1932 - tab consists of intro,
        verse, chorus, 3 refrains and yodel simile
        in Standard tuning)

G

69 measures

4.50
G1426 MISS THE MISSISSIPPI AND YOU
        (3/4 time - tab consists of intro and lead
        break, plus vocal accompaniment for 2
        verses, 5 refrains, chorus and ending, in
        Standard tuning)

G

109 measures

5.50
G1306 MISTER LUCKY (theme from)
        (60's Jazz - written by Henry Mancini for
        the 1959-60 TV show "Mister Lucky" - tab
        consists of 2 sections - Standard tuning)

G

33 measures

3.50
G3084 MISTER BLUE
        (50's Pop - written by James Perrotto and
        first recorded by Dewayne Blackwell in
        1959, then by "The Fleetwoods", also in
        1959 - tab is based on the Fleetwoods'
        recording and consists of intro, 3 verses,
        and bridge - Standard tuning)

E

61 measures

4.50
G1320 MISTY
        (50's Jazz/Pop - written and first recorded
        by Errol Garner in 1954, hit for Johnny
        Mathis in 1959 - tab consists of 3 verses,
        bridge and ending - Drop D tuning)

D

39 measures

4.00
G048 MONA LISA
        (50's Pop - written by Ray Evans and Jay
        Livingston for the 1950 movie "Captain
        Carey", first recorded by Nat King Cole
        the same year - tab consists of intro and
        4 verses - Drop D tuning)

D

49 measures

4.00
G2741 MOANIN'
        (50's Jazz blues - written by pianist Bobby
        Timmons, first recorded by Art Blakey and
        the Jazz Messengers for their 1958 album
        "Moanin" - tab is based on their recording,
        and consists of a simile of Bobby Timmons'
        intro plus 8 sections - Standard tuning)

E

79 measures

5.00
G1047 MONK (Theme from)
        (contemporary jazz - theme of the first
        season (2002) of the TV show "Monk",
        written by Jeff Beal and recorded by
        guitarist Grant Geissman - tab is based
        on his recording and consists of 3 sections
        in Standard tuning)

D

41 measures

3.50
G1550 MOONGLOW
        (30's Swing - written by Eddie Delange,
        Will Hudson, and Irving Mills as a band
        theme in 1934, first recorded by the Dorsey
        Brothers and Ethel Waters the same year,
        tab is based on the Dorsey recording and
        consists of 4 sections with walking bass
        in Standard tuning)

E

36 measures

3.50
G1360 MOONLIGHT IN VERMONT
        (40's standard - written by John Blackburn
        and Karl Suessdorf in 1943, first recorded
        by Margaret Whiting the same year - tab is
        mostly based on Johnny Smith's 1952
        recording and consists of 3 verses and
        bridge - G6 tuning)

D

31 measures

3.50
G2691 MOONLIGHT SERENADE
        (40's standard - written and first recorded
        by Glenn Miller in 1939, this became his
        signature song - the tab is based on his
        recording and consists of 4 sections in
        Drop D tuning)

D

46 measures

4.00
G1287 MOON RIVER (from "Breakfast at Tiffany's")
        (60's Jazz/Pop - 3/4 time - written by Henry
        Mancini and Johnny Mercer in 1961 - tab
        is based on Andy Williams' recording and
        consists of 2 verses - Drop D tuning)

C

50 measures

4.00
G266 MORE ("Mondo Cane")
        (60's Pop - written by Riz Ortolani and Nino
        Oliviero for the 1962 Italian documentary
        film "Mondo Cane" - tab consists of intro
        and 4 sections - Standard tuning)

G

53 measures

4.00
G2871 MORE THAN I CAN SAY
        (50's to 80's Pop - written and first recorded
        by Sonny Curtis and Jerry Allison (former
        members of Buddy Holly's band "The
        Crickets") just after Buddy Holly's death in
        1959 - tab is based on Leo Sayer's 1980
        recording from his "Living in a Fantasy"
        album and consists of intro, 4 verses, solo,
        refrain and ending - Standard tuning)

A

65 measures

4.50
G851 MORNING HAS BROKEN
        (Gaelic Gospel - 3/4 time - also known as
        "Christ Be Beside Me", the lyrics for this
        ancient melody were written by Eleanor
        Farjeon (1881-1965) - Cat Stevens had a hit
        with it on his 1971 "Teaser and the Firecat"
        album - tab is based on his recording and
        consists of intro, 2 verses, key modulation
        and ending - Drop D tuning)

C and D

74 measures

5.00
G1965 MUSIC OF THE NIGHT
        (80's Broadway - this is one of the songs
        written by Andrew Lloyd Webber for the
        Broadway musical "Phantom of the Opera",
        which premiered in 1986, first sung by
        Michael Crawford - it is the longest running
        Broadway show in history - tab consists of
        3 verses and chorus - G6 tuning)

D

39 measures

4.00
G1288 MY COLORING BOOK
        (60's Pop - 3/4 time - written by Fred Ebb
        and John Kander, Barbra Streisand's 2nd
        single in 1962 - tab consists of intro, verse
        and 2 choruses - Standard tuning)

E

88 measures

5.50
G2114 MY HEART WILL GO ON
        (theme song of the 1997 movie "Titanic",
        written by James Horner and Will Jennings,
        first recorded by Céline Dion for her 1997
        album "Let's Talk About Love" - the tab
        consists of intro, 2 verses and 3 choruses
        in CGDGBE tuning)

C and E

106 measures

6.00
G980 NACHT am SEESTRAND ("Passing By")
        (Op.34-1)
- (Classical - 12/8 time - written
        by H. Kaski in the early 20th century),
        arranged by K. Minami, with setting by
        Harold Streeter - Drop D tuning)

Dm

52 measures

4.00
G288 NEARNESS OF YOU
        (30's Jazz standard - written in 1938 by
        Hoagy Carmichael and Ned Washington,
        first recorded the same year by the Glenn
        Miller orchestra - tab consists of verse and
        chorus - Standard tuning)

D

34 measures

3.50
G932 NEVER GOING BACK AGAIN
        (70's Folk/Rock - written and first recorded
        by Lindsey Buckingham on the 1977
        Fleetwood Mac "Rumours" album - tab is
        based on that recording and consists of 2
        verses and 3 solos in CGDGBE tuning)

C

78 measures

5.00
G927 NEVER GOING BACK AGAIN
        (tab is of Lindsey's more recent version,
        consisting of 2 verses and 3 solos in
        Drop D tuning)

D

78 measures

5.00
G732 NEW YORK STATE OF MIND
        (70's Pop/Jazz - written and first recorded
        by Billy Joel for his 1976 "Turnstiles"
        album - tab consists of intro, 3 verses,
        bridge and ending - Standard tuning)

C

88 measures

5.50
G2018 NIGHTINGALES
        ("New Age" - written by Harold Streeter,
        tab is as played on his Guitarscapes CD,
        and consists of pre-intro, intro, 8 sections
        and extended ending - DGDGAD tuning)

Dm

120 measures

6.00
G1771 NINETEEN BIRD DOGS
        (Blues - written and recorded by Catfish
        Keith - intro and first section of tab are as
        played on the recording, with the second
        section arranged by Harold Streeter in
        Standard tuning)

E

56 measures

4.00
G1387 NOW AND FOREVER
        (90's Pop - written and first recorded in
        1994 by Richard Marx - tab is in original
        key and consists of intro, 3 verses and
        bridge, including signature licks from his
        recording - Standard tuning)

G

68 measures

4.50
G1234 NOW AND FOREVER
        (shorter version of the above - tab consists
        of intro, 2 verses and bridge, for vocalists
        who prefer the key of C - Standard tuning)

C

54 measures

4.00
G2318 O COME, ALL YE FAITHFUL ("Adeste
        Fideles")
- (Christmas - written by John
        Francis Wade in 1743 - tab is as played by
        Chet Atkins and consists of 4 sections and
        reprise/ending - Drop D tuning)

D

46 measures

4.00
G1375 ODE TO JOY (Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring)
        (Classical - 6/8 time - title of the 10th
        movement of the cantata "Herz und Mund
        und Tat und Leben, BWV 147", written by
        Johann Sebastian Bach - tab consists of
        4 sections - Standard tuning)

A

60 measures

4.50
G2877 OH, WHAT A NIGHT
        (60's Doo-Wop/Soul - 6/8 time - written by
        Marvin Junior and Johnny Funches, first
        recorded by "The Dells" in 1956 as "Oh
        What a Nite"
, then re-recorded, re-titled,
        and re-released in 1969 as a Soul song,
        tab consists of intro, 3 verses, bridge and
        solo "improv" - Standard tuning)

G

88 measures

5.50
G2838 OL' 55
        (70's Folk/Pop - written and first recorded
        by Tom Waits for his 1973 album "Closing
        Time" - tab consists of 3 verses, 3 refrains
        and 2 bridges - Standard tuning)

D

67 measures

4.50
G1434 OLD CAPE COD
        (50's Pop - written by Claire Rothrock,
        Milton Yakus and Allan Jeffrey, recorded
        by Patti Page in 1957 - tab consists of 4
        verses, bridge and ending in 2 keys, in
        Standard tuning)

C and D

46 measures

4.00
G2207 OLD JEROME
        (80's Folk - written and first recorded by
        Kate Wolfe in 1983, this is the official song
        of Jerome, Arizona - the tab consists of 2
        verses, 2 choruses, bridge and ending in
        G6 tuning)

D

94 measures

5.50
G2770 OLD MAN
        (70's Folk/Rock - written and first recorded
        by Neil Young for his "Harvest" album in
        1972 - tab is based on his recording and
        consists of intro, verse, refrain, ending and
        2 turnarounds - Drop D tuning)

D

70 measures

4.50
G1460 OLD WELSH MELODY
        (traditional Gaelic - tab consists of 3
        sections - BF#DGBD tuning)

Bm

25 measures

3.00
G2712 ON A SLOW BOAT TO CHINA
        (40's Pop/Jazz - written by Frank Loesser
        in 1947 for the movie "Neptune's Daughter",
        tab is based on Renee Olstead's recording
        from her self-titled 2004 album, and on
        Peggy Lee and Bing Crosby's recording,
        consisting of intro and 4 verses, plus scat-
        singing simile in 4 keys: Bb, G, F and E,
        in Standard tuning)

94 measures

5.50
G2815 ONE DAY IN YOUR LIFE
        (70's Pop - written by Sam Brown and
        Renee Armand, first recorded by Michael
        Jackson for his 1975 "Forever, Michael"
        album - tab is based on his recording and
        consists of intro, 4 verses, "instrumental
        bridge" and ending - Drop D tuning)

D

76 measures

5.00
G530 ONE NOTE SAMBA (Samba de Uma Nota Só)
        (60's Jazz samba - written by Antonio
        Carlos Jobim and Newton Mendonça - tab
        is based on Stan Getz's and Charlie Byrd's
        1962 recording and consists of 3 sections,
        plus intro as played by Howard Roberts, in
        Standard tuning)

A

42 measures

3.50
G3070 ONE SWEET DAY
        (90's Pop - written by Mariah Carey, Walter
        Afanasieff and all members of Boyz II Men,
        first recorded by Mariah Carey and Boyz II
        Men for Mariah's 1995 album "Daydream",
        tab consists of intro, 4 verses, 3 refrains,
        bridge and ending - Standard tuning)

A and C

73 measures

4.50
G2015 ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET
        (30's Jazz - written by Jimmy McHugh and
        Dorothy Fields for the 1930 Broadway
        musical "Lew Leslie's International Revue",
        tab consists of intro, 6 verses, 2 bridges
        and extended ending, and includes walking
        bass - CGDGBE tuning)

C

75 measures

5.00
G1142 ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET and
        GONNA SIT RIGHT DOWN AND WRITE
        MYSELF A LETTER

        (30's Pop medley - tab consists of vocal
        accompaniment only - first song is as
        described above, while the second was
        written in 1935 by Fred E. Ahlert and Joe
        Young, recorded by Frank Sinatra for his
        1954 album "Swing Easy" - tab consists
        of intro, 5 verses, bridge, interlude and
        reprise/ending - Standard tuning)

G

85 measures

5.50
G3087 OOH, BABY, BABY
        (60's Pop - 6/8 time - written by Smokey
        Robinson and Pete Moore, first recorded
        by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles in
        1965 - tab is based on Linda Ronstadt's
        recording from her 1978 album "Living in
        the U.S.A.", and consists of intro, 2 verses,
        3 refrains, solo, bridge and ending, in
        G6 tuning)

G

85 measures

5.50
G3048 OPERATOR (That's Not the Way it Feels)
        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by Jim
        Croce in 1972 for his "You Don't Mess
        Around With Jim" album - tab consists of
        intro, 2 verses, 2 choruses and ending in
        Standard tuning)

G and C

85 measures

5.00
G1606 OVERJOYED
        (80's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Stevie Wonder in 1985 - tab consists of
        intro, 2 verses, 3 choruses and ending in
        CGDGBE tuning)

F

99 measures

6.00
G1376 PACHEBEL'S CANON IN D MAJOR
        (Classical - written by Johann Pachelbel
        in 1680 - theme for the 1980 movie
        "Ordinary People" - tab consists of 9
        variations - Standard tuning)

D

82 measures

5.00
G1774 PANCHO AND LEFTY
        (80's Country - written and first recorded by
        Townes Van Zandt for his 1972 album "The
        Late Great Townes Van Zandt" - hit in 1983
        for Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson - tab
        consists of 2 intros, 2 verses and chorus,
        in Drop D tuning)

D

67 measures

5.00
G2910 PANCHO AND LEFTY
        (same as above except this arrangement
        is in a different tuning and includes a simile
        of Willie Nelson's full break - G6 tuning)

D

83 measures

5.50
G2799 PAVANE POUR UNE INFANTE DEFUNTE
         (Pavane for a Dead Princess)

        (Classical - a "pavane" is a slow dance that
        was popular in the 16th and 17th centuries;
        this pavane was composed by Maurice
        Ravel (of Bolero fame) in 1899 - first
        performed on piano in 1902, the tab is
        based on his composition and consists of
        4 sections - Standard tuning)

G

130 measures

6.00
G2848 PEACE
        (50's Jazz - written and first recorded by
        Horace Silver in 1959 - tab is based on
        Norah Jones' recording from her 2001 CD
        "First Sessions", and consists of intro, 2
        verses, piano "improv" simile and ending in
        Standard tuning)

Db

49 measures

4.00
G2995 PEACE
        (90's pop - this is not the same piece as
        the Horace Silver composition described
        above, although it shares the same title;
        rather, this song was written and first
        recorded by Jimmy Cliff in 1992 for his
        "Breakout" album - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of intro, 2 verses, 3
        refrains and 2 bridges - Standard tuning)

C

116 measures

6.00
G271 PEACEFUL EASY FEELING
        (70's Country Rock - written by Jack
        Tempchin and first recorded by the Eagles
        for their self-titled debut album in 1972 - tab
        is based on their recording and consists
        of intro, 2 verses and 2 choruses, plus full
        instrumental break - G6 tuning)

D

107 measures

6.00
G839 PEGAO
        (70's Latin-oriented instrumental - written
        and first recorded by Jose Feliciano on his
        1970 "Fireworks" album - tab is based on
        his recording and consists of intro and 3
        sections - Standard tuning)

Am

54 measures

4.00
G300 PIEL CANELA (Cinnamon Skin)
        (50's Latin bolero - written by Bobby Capo
        and first recorded in 1956 - tab consists of
        verse, refrain and bridge - Standard tuning)

D

29 measures

3.00
G1732 PENNY LANE
        (Beatles - written by Paul McCartney and
        recorded as a single in 1967 during the
        Sgt. Pepper sessions - tab consists of 4
        verses, 2 choruses and bridge, and includes
        walking bass - Standard tuning)

D

58 measures

4.00
G1177 PEOPLE
        (60's Pop - written by Bob Merrill and Jule
        Styne, first recorded by Barbra Streisand
        as the title track of her 1964 album - also
        a hit song from the Broadway musical
        "Funny Girl" the same year - tab consists
        of 2 verses - Standard tuning)

A

44 measures

4.00
G1970 PLANXTY IRWIN
        (Celtic - 3/4 time - written by Turlough
        O'Carolan (1670-1738) for Irish harp - tab
        consists of 5 sections - Drop D tuning)

D

82 measures

5.00
G1293 PLAY ME
        (70's Pop - 3/4 time - written and first
        recorded by Neil Diamond in 1972 - tab
        consists of intro, 2 verses, solo break
        and extended ending - Drop D tuning)

D

107 measures

6.00
G3105 PLEASE FORGIVE ME
        (90's Pop-Rock - written by Bryan Adams
        and Robert (Mutt) Lange, first recorded by
        Bryan Adams in 1993 for his compilation
        album "So Far, So Good" - tab consists of
        3 verses, refrain, bridge and solo simile in
        2 keys - G6 tuning)

G and A

72 measures

5.00
G3163 PLEASE MISTER PLEASE
        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Bruce Welch and John Rostill in 1974,
        then by Olivia Newton John in 1975 for her
        album "Have You Never Been Mellow" - tab
        consists of intro, verse, chorus, solo
        interlude and ending - Drop D tuning)

D

74 measures

5.00
G301 QUIET NIGHTS OF QUIET STARS
        (Corcovado)
- (60's Bossa Nova - written
        by Antonio Carlos Jobim and recorded by
        Stan Getz, Antonio Carlos Jobim, João
        Gilberto and Astrud Gilberto in 1963 - tab
        consists of 2 verses and 2 choruses in
        Standard tuning)

C

71 measures

4.50
G1844 REINDEER RAG
        (Ragtime - written and published in 1915
        by Joseph Lamb - tab consists of intro
        and 5 sections - Standard tuning)

G and C

86 measures

5.50
G3121 REMINISCING
        (70's Pop - written by Graeham Goble,
        first recorded by the Little River Band in
        1978 - tab consists of intro, 2 verses,
        bridge, solo and end - Standard tuning)

Eb and D

129 measures

6.50
G2497 RETURN TO POOH CORNER
        (90's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Kenny Loggins in 1994 - tab consists of
        intro, all fill passages and accompaniment
        from his recording - Standard tuning)

E and G

78 measures

5.00
G3064 RHINESTONE COWBOY
        (70's Country-Pop - written by Larry Weiss
        in 1974, first recorded by Weiss for his
        album "Black and Blue Suite", then by
        Glen Campbell in 1975 for his "Rhinestone
        Cowboy" album - tab is based on Glen
        Campbell's recording and consists of intro,
        2 verses and chorus - Standard tuning)

A

68 measures

4.50
G3050 RIDERS ON THE STORM
        (70's Rock - written by all members of "The
        Doors" (Jim Morrison, John Densmore,
        Robby Krieger and Ray Manzarek, inspired
        by the song "Ghost Riders in the Sky", first
        recorded by The Doors in 1971 for their
        album "L.A. Woman" - tab consists of
        intro, 2 verses, 2 solos based on the guitar
        and keyboard solos from the recording, and
        ending - Standard tuning)

Em

85 measures

5.00
G2639 ROBERT JOHNSON BLUES
        (12-bar Blues - tab is as played by Dale
        Miller and consists of intro and 4 sections
        in Standard tuning)

A

54 measures

4.50
G3069 ROCK WITH YOU
        (80's pop-rock - written by Rod Temperton,
        first recorded by Michael Jackson in 1979
        for his "Off the Wall" album - tab is based
        in part on Jackson's original recording and
        on Adam Rafferty's guitar rendition, and
        consists of intro, 2 verses, 2 choruses,
        refrain, bridge, solo simile, 2 reprises and
        ending - Standard tuning)

D

154 measures

6.50
G900 ROMANCE
        (traditional Spanish Classical - composer
        is anonymous - tab consists of intro, 5
        sections and ending - Standard tuning)

Em and E

95 measures

5.50
G1378 ROMANCE DE LOS PINOS
        (Spanish Classical - written by Federico
        Moreno-Torroba - from "Castles of Spain
        Vol 1" - tab consists of 3 sections in
        Standard tuning)

A

35 measures

3.50
G1932 ROUTE 66
        (40's Jazz blues - written in 1946 by Bobby
        Troup and first recorded the same year by
        Nat King Cole - tab is based on Natalie
        Cole's recording and consists of 4 verses,
        bridge and ending, including Travis picking
        and walking bass - Standard tuning)

E

66 measures

4.50
G1365 SABOR A MI (A Taste of Me)
        (60's Mexican bolero - written by Alvaro
        Carrillo in 1962 - tab consists of 3 verses
        and bridge - Standard tuning)

G

34 measures

3.50
G1578 SAILING
        (80's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Christopher Cross on his 1980 "Sailing"
        album - tab consists of extended intro, 4
        verses, 3 bridges and keyboard simile
        section - DGDGAD tuning)

D

155 measures

7.00
G3081 SAIL ON
        (70's Pop - written by Lionel Ritchie and
        first recorded in 1979 by Lionel Ritchie and
        The Commodores for their "Midnight Magic"
        album - tab consists of intro, 2 verses,
        chorus, bridge and turnaround - G6 tuning)

D

109 measures

6.00
G2017 SALLY, WHERE YOU GET YOUR LIQUOR?
        (Blues Rag - written by Rev Gary Davis,
        tab is as played by Jorma Kaukonen with
        Hot Tuna and consists of 7 sections and
        extended ending - Standard tuning)

C

112 measures

6.00
G2991 SANGRIA
        (Spanish-oriented classical - named after
        the popular Spanish cold drink, I know little
        about the origins of this piece. However, it's
        one of the most beautiful songs I've heard
        in a long time - the tab is loosely based on
        Bill Yeats' guitar recording and consists of
        intro and 3 sections - Standard tuning)

Em

70 measures

4.50
G1362 SATIN DOLL
        (50's Jazz standard - written in 1953 by
        Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn, with
        lyrics by Johnny Mercer - tab consists of
        intro, 6 verses, 2 bridges and ending in
        Standard tuning)

A

75 measures

5.00
G3198 SAVE THE BONES
        (Jazz-Swing - written and first recorded
        by Mike Dowling for his album "String
        Crazy", released in 2000 - tab consists of
        intro, accompaniment for 2 verses and
        refrain, solo, reprises and ending in
        Standard tuning)

F

86 measures

5.00
G1428 SAVING ALL MY LOVE FOR YOU
        (80's Pop-Jazz - written by Michael Masser
        and Gerry Goffin, first recorded by Marilyn
        McCoo and Billy Davis Jr in 1978, then by
        Whitney Houston in 1985 for her self-titled
        debut album - tab is based on her recording
        and consists of intro, 3 verses, bridge and
        reprise/ending - Standard tuning)

A

97 measures

5.50
G1243 SCHINDLER'S LIST (theme from)
        (90's movie theme - written and first
        recorded by John Williams for the 1993
        movie of the same name - tab consists
        of 3 sections - G6 tuning)

Dm and Am

41 measures

4.00
G2189 SCHINDLER'S LIST
        (tab is as played by Harold Streeter on his
        Guitarscapes album and consists of 4
        sections - Open G tuning)

Dm and Am

55 measures

4.50
G3202 SEE YOU AGAIN
        (written by Carrie Underwood, Hillary
        Lindsey and David Hodges, first recorded
        by Carrie Underwood for her April 2013
        "Blown Away" album - tab consists of
        intro, 2 verses, 3 choruses, interlude,
        bridge and reprise - Standard tuning)

A

103 measures

6.00
G861 SEND IN THE CLOWNS
        (70's Pop - written by Stephen Sondheim
        for the 1973 musical "A Little Night Music",
        hit for Judy Collins in 1975 - tab consists
        of 3 sections - G6 tuning)

D

42 measures

4.00
G973 SEPTIEMBRE
        (Classical - written by Emilio Pujol Vilarrubi
        (1886-1980), 20th century musicologist and
        classical guitar teacher - tab consists of 5
        sections in 3 keys - Standard tuning)

D, A and C

71 measures

5.00
G754 SEVEN SPANISH ANGELS
        (80's Country - written by Troy Seals and
        Eddie Setser, first recorded by Ray Charles
        and Willie Nelson in 1984 - tab is based on
        that recording, plus George Canyon's 2007
        recording, and consists of extended intro,
        verse and chorus - Drop D tuning)

D

49 measures

4.00
G3075 SHE BELIEVES IN ME
        (70's Country - written by Steve Gibb and
        first recorded by Kenny Rogers in 1978 for
        his album "The Gambler" - tab is based on
        his recording and consists of intro, 4 verses,
        refrain and ending - G6 tuning)

G

61 measures

4.50
G1289 SHE'S ALWAYS A WOMAN
        (70's Pop - 3/4 time - written and recorded
        by Billy Joel for his 1977 album "The
        Stranger" - tab consists of intro, 2 verses,
        chorus and ending - Standard tuning)

A

101 measures

6.00
G2356 SHINING MOON
        (Texas-style 12-Bar Blues - 6/8 time,
        written by Lightinin' Hopkins - tab is based
        on Tim Langford's recording and consists of
        pre-intro, intro, 2 solos and accompaniment
        for 2 verses and ending - Standard tuning)

A

139 measures

7.00
G2004 SHINY STOCKINGS
        (50's Jazz - written by Frank B. Foster and
        Jon Hendricks, recorded by Count Basie on
        his 1957 "April in Paris" album - the tab
        consists of 2 sections with walking bass
        in CGDGBE tuning)

C

34 measures

3.50
G2016 SIERRA SUNRISE
        ("Classical" - 3/4 time - written by Harold
        Streeter - tab is as played on his 1998
        Guitarscapes album and consists of
        intro and 6 sections - Standard tuning)

Em

79 measures

5.00
G885 SILENT NIGHT (Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht)
        (Christmas - 3/4 time - written by Josef
        Mohr and Franz Xaver Gruber, published in
        1859 - tab consists of intermediate and
        advanced arrangements - advanced section
        includes tremolo - Standard tuning)

A

50 measures

3.50
G2314 SILVER BELLS
        (Christmas Pop - 3/4 time - first sung in the
        1951 movie "The Lemon Drop Kid" by Bob
        Hope and Marilyn Maxwell - the tab is as
        played by Chet Atkins and consists of 3
        sections - includes artificial harmonics
        scattered throughout - Standard tuning)

C

56 measures

4.50
G2885 SINCE I DON'T HAVE YOU
        (50's Pop - 6/8 time - written by Jimmy
        Beaumont, Joseph Rock and Lenny Martin,
        first recorded by The Skyliners in 1958 with
        Jimmy Beaumont on vocal - tab is based
        on their recording and consists of intro, 3
        verses, bridge and ending - Drop D tuning)

A

90 measures

5.50
G1309 SINCE I FELL FOR YOU
        (40's Jazz/Pop - 6/8 time - written in 1945
        by Buddy Johnson and first recorded by
        Johnson and his sister, Ella - hit for Lenny
        Welch in 1963 - tab is based on Lenny
        Welch's recording and consists of intro, 3
        verses, bridge and ending - Drop D tuning)

D

78 measures

5.00
G1452 SLEEPS WITH BUTTERFLIES
        (Pop - written and first recorded by Tori
        Amos in 2005 for her "Beekeeper" album,
        tab is based on her recording and consists
        of intro, 3 verses, 2 choruses, 2 bridges and
        ending - G6 tuning)

D

114 measures

6.00
G1136 SMALL FRY
        (30's Jazz - written by Hoagy Carmichael in
        1938, this is a slow but challenging deep
        jazz swing piece - recorded reference was
        the "Hi-Lo's" version - tab consists of intro,
        one section of accompaniment and a full
        solo - Standard tuning)

G

95 measures

5.50
G756 SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES
        (50's Pop - written by Jerome Kern and
        Otto Harbach for their 1933 operetta
        "Roberta" - hit in 1958 for The Platters - tab
        is based on their recording and consists of
        3 verses and bridge - CGDGBE tuning)

C

37 measures

4.00
G2038 SO LONG, HARRY TRUMAN
        (70's Folk - written and first recorded by
        Danny O'Keefe in 1975 - tab is as played
        by Chris Smither on his 1984 "It Ain't
        Easy" album, and consists of intro, solo,
        accompaniment for 2 verses and ending in
        Standard tuning)

A

104 measures

6.00
G2847 SOME CATS KNOW
        (70's Jazz/pop - written by Jerry Leiber and
        Mike Stoller for Peggy Lee's 1975 "Mirrors"
        album - tab is based on Jeanie Bryson's
        recording from her 1996 album "Songs of
        Peggy Lee", and consists of intro, 2 verses,
        solo, bridge and ending - Drop D tuning)

D

90 measures

5.50
G729 SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME
        (20's Pop/Jazz - written by George and Ira
        Gershwin for the 1926 musical "Oh Kay",
        tab is based on Linda Ronstadt's recording
        from her 1983 album "What's New" and
        consists of extended intro, 3 verses, bridge
        and ending, plus second module of guitar
        accompaniment - Standard tuning)

A

67 measures

5.50
G1353 SOMETHING
        (Beatles - written by George Harrison, first
        recorded on the Beatles' 1969 "Abbey
        Road" album - tab consists of 3 verses
        and bridge - Drop D tuning)

C

75 measures

5.00
G1649 SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW
        (30's Pop and Jazz standard - written by
        Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg for the 1939
        movie "The Wizard of Oz" - tab consists of
        intro, 2 verses and bridge, and includes lots
        of natural harmonics - Standard tuning)

C

47 measures

4.00
G2136 SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW
        (easier to play than G1649 above - tab
        consists of intro, 3 verses, bridge and
        ending - CGDGBE tuning)

C

50 measures

4.50
G858 SONGBIRD
        (70's Pop - written by David Wolfert and
        Steve Nelson, first recorded by Barbra
        Streisand on her 1978 "Songbird" album,
        tab consists of verse and bridge in
        Drop D tuning)

D

28 measures

3.00
G2737 SORRY SEEMS TO BE THE HARDEST WORD
        (70's Pop - written by Elton John and Bernie
        Taupin, first recorded by Elton John for his
        1976 album "Blue Moves" - tab consists of
        intro, 3 verses, 2 bridges, and simile of
        Elton John's piano solo - Standard tuning)

Am

58 measures

4.50
G1336 SPANISH EYES
        (60's Pop - written by Bert Kaempfert as an
        instrumental titled "Moon Over Naples", Al
        Martino recorded it with lyrics and new
        name in 1966 - tab consists of intro and
        2 sections - Standard tuning)

E

74 measures

5.00
G573 SPANISH FLEA ("Dating Game Song")
        (written by Julius and Cissy Wechter in
        1962 - hit for Herb Alpert and the Tijuana
        Brass in 1965, first as a single and then on
        their album "Going Places" - tab consists
        of 3 verses and bridge - Standard tuning)

D

38 measures

3.50
G3110 SPRINGSTEEN
        (Country - written by Eric Church, Jeff
        Hyde and Ryan Tyndell, first recorded by
        Eric Church in 2012 - tab consists of intro,
        2 verses, 2 choruses, chorus reprise, "scat
        section" and ending - G6 tuning)

D

77 measures

5.00
G978 SPRUCE PINE
        (Classical - written by Jean Sibelius in the
        early 20th century, arranged by K. Minami,
        with setting by Harold Streeter - the tab
        consists of 6 sections - Standard tuning)

Em

73 measures

5.00
G215 STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN
        (70's Pop/Rock - written by Jimmy Page
        and Robert Plant for Led Zeppelin's 4th
        studio album "Led Zeppelin IV" in 1971,
        tab consists of intro, 4 verses, 2 refrains,
        chorus and ending - Drop D tuning)

Am

122 measures

6.50
G1310 STAR DUST
        (30's Jazz/Pop - written in 1927 by Hoagy
        Carmichael with lyrics added in 1929 by
        Mitchell Parish - first recorded in 1930 by
        Isham Jones, followed by Bing Crosby's
        recording in 1931 - tab consists of intro
        based on Johnny Mathis' recording, plus
        2 verses - Standard tuning)

G

52 measures

4.50
G1998 STAR SPANGLED BANNER
        (national anthem of the U.S.A. - based on a
        folk melody with lyrics written in 1814 by
        Francis Scott Key, recognized for official
        use by the Navy in 1889 and the President
        in 1916 - it officially became the national
        anthem via congressional resolution in
        1931 - G6 tuning)

G

38 measures

3.50
G1553 STOMPIN' AT THE SAVOY
        (30's Jazz - written in 1934 by Edgar
        Sampson, named for the Savoy Ballroom in
        Harlem and first recorded the same year by
        Benny Goodman - tab consists of 3 verses
        and bridge - Drop D tuning)

D

33 measures

3.50
G3167 STOMPIN' IT LIGHTLY
        (Blues-rag - written and first recorded by
        Mike Dowling for his 2005 album "Blue
        Fandango" - the tab for this challenging
        piece is as played by Mike Dowling, and
        consists of intro, 7 sections and ending,
        in G6 tuning)

D

108 measures

6.00
G1341 STORMY MONDAY BLUES
        (12-bar Chicago-style blues - correct name
        of the song is "Call It Stormy Monday",
        written by T-Bone Walker and first recorded
        in 1947 - tab consists of 2 sections and
        ending - Standard tuning)

E

29 measures

3.00
G3154 STORMY WEATHER
        (30's Jazz ballad - written by Harold Arlen
        and Ted Koehler in 1933, first recorded by
        Ethel Waters same year - tab is based on
        Michael Crawford's recording from his 1993
        album "A Touch of Music in the Night" and
        on Ella Fitzgerald's recording from her 1961
        album "Sings the Harold Arlen Songbook"
        with Joe Pass, and consists of intro, 5
        verses, bridge, interlude and ending in
        Standard tuning)

A

73 measures

4.50
G1339 SUDDENLY
        (80's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Billy Ocean for his 1984 "Suddenly" album,
        tab consists of intro, 2 verses, 2 choruses,
        bridge and refrain - Drop D tuning)

Em

110 measures

6.00
G1137 SULTANS OF SWING
        (70's Rock - written by Mark Knopler and
        first recorded by "Dire Straits" in 1979,
        tab is based on Naudo's swing version and
        consists of flamenco-oriented intro, 5
        sections and ending - Standard tuning)

Am

142 measures

7.00
G2615 SULTANS OF SWING
        (this arrangement is based on Dire Straits'
        original straight 4/4 rock recording and
        includes many of Mark knopler's signature
        licks - tab consists of intro, 6 sections and
        ending - Drop D tuning)

Dm

154 measures

7.50
G3177 SUMMER SONG
        (60's Pop - written by Chad Stuart, Clive
        Metcalfe and Keith Noble, first recorded in
        1964 by Chad and Jeremy (Chad Stuart
        and Jeremy Clyde) - tab consists of intro,
        verse, refrain and ending - G6 tuning)

G

57 measures

4.00
G926 SUPE QUE ME AMABAS (I Knew That You
        Loved Me)
- (Spanish Gospel - written
        and first recorded by Marcela Gandara in
        2006 - tab is based on her recording and
        consists of intro, accompaniment for verse
        and refrain, plus verse and refrain solos and
        ending - Standard tuning)

G

110 measures

6.00
G3108 SUSIE Q
        (50's Rockabilly - written and first recorded
        by Dale Hawkins in 1957 - tab is based
        mainly on Creedence Clearwater Revival's
        1968 recording and consists of intro, 2
        vocal verse similes, 2 solos and ending, in
        Standard tuning)

E

51 measures

3.50
G1926 SWEET BABY JAMES
        (70's Folk/Pop - 3/4 time - written and first
        recorded in 1970 by James Taylor for his
        album "Sweet Baby James" - tab is based
        on his recording and consists of intro, verse
        and chorus - DADGCE tuning)

C

67 measures

4.50
G864 SWEET CAROLINE
        (60's Pop/Rock - written and first recorded
        by Neil Diamond in 1969 - his inspiration for
        writing the song was President Kennedy's
        daughter, Caroline - tab consists of intro,
        verse, bridge, chorus and extended ending,
        in Drop D tuning)

G

56 measures

4.50
G2989 SWEET CAROLINE
        (same as above except in different tuning
        to alleviate some of the stretchier chord
        forms - G6 tuning)

G

56 measures

4.50
G2659 SWEET CHILD OF MINE
        (80's Rock - recorded by Guns 'n' Roses on
        their 1987 debut studio album "Appetite for
        Destruction" - the tab consists of extended
        intro, 5 vocal similes and 3 solo sections
        in Standard tuning)

A

107 measures

6.00
G758 SWEET HOME ALABAMA
        (70's Southern rock - written in 1973 by Ed
        King, Gary Rossington and Ronnie Van
        Zant, first recorded by Lynyrd Skynyrd in
        1974 for their album "Second Helping" - tab
        consists of classic intro, 3 verses, 2
        turnarounds, 2 refrains, and "improv" break
        in Standard tuning)

G

130 measures

6.50
G3170 SWEET LIFE
        (70's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Paul Davis in 1977, included on his 1978
        "Singer of Songs - Teller of Tales" album;
        tab is based on his recording and consists
        of intro, 2 verses and 2 choruses, plus solo
        (orchestra/vocal section) - Drop D tuning)

A

82 measures

5.00
G1185 TAKE FIVE
        (50's Jazz - 5/4 time - written by Paul
        Desmond, first recorded by the Dave
        Brubeck Quartet in 1959 for their "Time
        Out" album - tab consists of intro, 3
        sections and ending - Standard tuning)

Am

37 measures

3.50
G1618 TAKE IT TO THE LIMIT
        (70's pop - 3/4 time - written by Randy
        Meisner, Don Henley and Glenn Frey, first
        recorded by The Eagles for their 1975
        album "One of These Nights" - tab consists
        of intro, 2 verses, refrain and ending, in
        Standard tuning)

A

56 measures

4.00
G3062 TARA'S THEME (from "Gone With the Wind")
        (one of the greatest movie themes of all
        time, written, arranged and first recorded by
        Max Steiner for the 1939 movie - tab is
        based on the original score and consists of
        intro and 4 sections - G6 tuning)

D

81 measures

5.00
G2519 TEACH ME TONIGHT
        (50's Pop-Swing - written by Gene de Paul
        and Sammy Cahn in 1953, big hit for the
        DeCastro Sisters in 1954 - tab is based on
        Nat King Cole's recording the same year,
        and consists of intro, 4 verses, bridge and
        extended ending - Standard tuning)

C

59 measures

4.50
G1882 TEARS IN HEAVEN
        (90's Pop - written by Eric Clapton and Will
        Jennings in 1991 following the death of
        Eric's son, included on his "Unplugged"
        album in 1992 - tab consists of intro, 3
        verse and 3 bridge vocal similes, chorus
        vocal simile, verse and bridge solos and
        ending - Standard tuning)

A

91 measures

5.50
G2863 TELL IT LIKE IT IS
        (60's Pop - 6/8 time - written by George
        Davis and Lee Diamond, first recorded by
        Aaron Neville in 1965 for his album of the
        same name - tab is based on his recording
        and consists of intro, verse, 2 bridges and
        2 refrains - Standard tuning)

C

80 measures

5.00
G583 TENDERLY
        (40's Jazz - written and published in 1946
        by Walter Gross and Jack Lawrence, best
        known version was by Rosemary Clooney
        in 1952, it was the theme song for her
        1956-1957 TV show - tab consists of 2
        sections - G6 tuning)

D

35 measures

3.50
G1283 TENNESSEE STUD
        (60's Country - written by Jimmy Driftwood
        and first recorded by Eddy Arnold in 1959,
        tab is based on Chet Atkins and Jerry
        Reed's recording from their "Me and Jerry"
        album and consists of extended intro, verse
        and chorus - Drop D tuning)

D

79 measures

5.00
G1878 TEN THOUSAND MEN
        (Country Blues - written and first recorded
        by Bob Dylan on his 1990 "Under the Red
        Sky" album, with Stevie Ray and Jimmy
        Vaughn - tab consists of intro and 2 breaks
        in Standard tuning)

A

41 measures

4.00
G2343 TERMS OF ENDEARMENT
        (80's movie theme - music was composed
        for this 1983 movie by Michael Gore - tab
        is based on the movie score and consists
        of intro and 7 sections - Standard tuning)

Am

84 measures

5.50
G2638 TEXAS BLUES
        (tab is as played by Dale Miller, consisting
        of intro and 8 sections - Standard tuning)

E

114 measures

6.00
G1946 THE CASCADES
        (Ragtime - written by Scott Joplin, who first
        performed it at the 1904 St. Louis World's
        Fair - tab consists of intro and 4 sections
        in DGDF#BE tuning)

G

69 measures

4.50
G2837 THE CAT'S MEOW
        (Jazz blues - the tab is based on Mike
        Nelson's recording from his 1998 "Eclectic
        Acoustic" CD and consists of intro, 8
        sections and ending - Standard tuning)

Em

94 measures

5.50
G2895 THE CRYSTAL SHIP
        (60's Rock - inspired by an oil rig off Sands
        Beach, CA, this piece was written by all of
        the members of "The Doors", and included
        on their self-titled 1967 debut album - tab
        consists of 4 verses and keyboard solo
        simile - Standard tuning)

E

57 measures

4.50
G886 THE CHRISTMAS SONG
        (40's Christmas Pop/Jazz - written by Mel
        Tormé and Bob Wells in 1944, and first
        recorded by the Nat King Cole Trio in 1946,
        tab consists of intro, 3 verses and bridge in
        Drop D tuning)

D

38 measures

3.50
G1929 THE DANCE
        (90's Country - written by Tony Arata, first
        recorded by Garth Brooks on his 1990 self-
        titled debut album - tab consists of verse
        and 2 choruses - Standard tuning)

E

53 measures

4.00
G1487 THE ENTERTAINER
        (Ragtime - written and published by Scott
        Joplin in 1902 - tab is partly based on Chet
        Atkins' version and consists of intro and 4
        sections - Drop D tuning)

D and G

138 measures

7.00
G2988 THE EYES OF TEXAS ARE UPON YOU
        (March and folk song - set to the melody of
        I've Been Working On the Railroad",
        this is the alma mater of UT Austin, played
        at all Longhorn games, with words by John
        Sinclair, circa 1903 - its predecessor was
        was first published as the "Levee Song" in
        1894 - tab consists of intro and one section
        at march tempo and one section in Travis
        picking style - Standard tuning)

C

56 measures

4.00
G3118 THE FIREFLY'S SONG
        (Country - written by R. L. Castleman and
        first recorded by Alan Jackson on his 2006
        album "Like Red On a Rose" - tab consists
        of intro as heard on the recording, 3 verses,
        chorus and solo simile - Standard tuning)

A

113 measures

6.00
G2768 THE GOOD LIFE
        (60's Jazz/Pop - written by Sacha Diste
        and first recorded by Julie London on her
        1963 "End of the World" album - tab is
        based on her recording and consists of
        intro and 2 verses - Standard tuning)

A

41 measures

4.00
G909 THE IMPOSSIBLE DREAM (The Quest)
        (60's Pop - 9/8 time - written by Joe Darion
        and Mitch Leigh for the 1965 musical "Man
        of La Mancha" - tab consists of 4 sections
        in Standard tuning)

G

42 measures

4.00
G1630 THE LETTER
        (60's Rock - written by Wayne Carson
        Thompson, first recorded by "The Box
        Tops" in 1967 on their album "The Letter",
        also recorded by Joe Cocker in 1970 - tab
        is based on both versions and consists of
        intro, 4 verses, 2 choruses and ending in
        Drop D tuning)

Am

91 measures

5.50
G1456 THE LORD'S PRAYER
        (Gospel - musical setting of the "The Lord's
        Prayer" written by Albert Hay Malotte in
        1935 - tab is based on Mario Lanza's 1951
        recording - includes natural harmonics, in
        Standard tuning)

A

35 measures

3.50
G2315 THE LORD'S PRAYER
        (tab includes harmonics - G6 tuning)

G

39 measures

4.00
G2220 THE LORD'S PRAYER
        (tab is as played by Harold Streeter on his
        "Sent Forth By God's Blessing" CD, and
        includes harmonics - G6 tuning)

G

40 measures

4.00
G1564 THE PEARL
        (traditional Scottish air - tab consists of
        5 sections - G6 tuning)

D

45 measures

4.00
G1416 THE PIANO ("The Sacrifice")
        (90's movie theme - 6/8 time - written by
        Michael Nyman for the 1993 movie - tab
        consists of 4 sections - DADACE tuning)

Am

53 measures

4.00
G2174 THE SEARCH IS OVER
        (80's Rock ballad - written by Jim Peterik
        and Frankie Sullivan in 1984, first recorded
        by "Survivor" for their album "Vital Signs"
        released the same year - tab is based on
        their recording and consists of intro, 2
        verses, refrain, bridge and ending, in
        Drop D tuning)

C

79 measures

5.00
G863 THERE'S A KIND OF HUSH
        (60's - 70's Pop - written by Les Reed and
        Geoff Stephens, first recorded by Herman's
        Hermits in 1967, hit for "The Carpenters" in
        1976 - tab consists of 2 verses and chorus
        in Drop D tuning)

D

41 measures

4.00
G1322 THEY CAN'T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME
        (30's Jazz/Pop - written by George and Ira
        Gershwin in 1937, first performed by Fred
        Astaire in the film "Shall We Dance" the
        same year - tab is based in part on Frank
        Sinatra's and Natalie Cole's recording from
        the 1993 Sinatra album "Duets", and on
        Tony Bennett's 1995 "MTV Unplugged"
        recording with Elvis Costello - tab consists
        of extended intro, 3 verses and bridge, and
        includes an additional module of guitar
        accompaniment - Drop D tuning)

D

54 measures

5.00
G3246 THINGS 'BOUT COMING MY WAY
        (30's Blues - 6/8 time - written and first
        recorded by Tampa Red in 1934, this
        version is as played by Mike Dowling on
        slide guitar for his 2005 "Blue Fandango"
        CD - tab consists of intro, 5 verses, 3
        solos and ending - Open D tuning)

D

147 measures

7.00
G1626 THE WEDDING SONG
        (70's Folk/Pop - written and first recorded in
        1971 by Noel Paul Stookey of Peter, Paul
        and Mary, on his album "Paul and...", first
        performed at Peter Yarrow's wedding - tab
        consists of 3 verses, 3 refrains and chorus,
        in DADGAD tuning)

D

86 measures

5.50
G2894 THE WIND CRIES MARY
        (60's Rock - written and first recorded by
        Jimi Hendrix for his 1967 album "Are You
        Experienced" - tab consists of intro, 2 vocal
        similes, and a full guitar break simile, in
        Standard tuning)

E

82 measures

5.50
G1188 THIS MASQUERADE
        (70's Jazz - written by Leon Russell in 1976,
        first recorded by George Benson the same
        year - tab is based on George Benson's
        recording and consists of intro, 3 sections
        and ending - Standard tuning)

Bm

59 measures

4.50
G2242 THIS SPORTIN' LIFE
        (12-bar blues - 6/8 time - tab is as played
        by Brownie McGee and consists of 7
        sections, with all accompaniment and
        mouth harp solo simile - Standard tuning)

E

124 measures

6.50
G2261 THOSE SWEET WORDS
        (Jazz/Pop - written by Lee Alexander and
        Richard Julian, first recorded by Norah
        Jones on her 2nd album "Feels Like Home"
        in 2004 - tab consists of intro, 3 verses,
        chorus and ending - Drop D tuning)

A

56 measures

4.50
G2835 THREE COOL CATS
        (50's Pop/Rock - written by Jerry Leiber
        and Mike Stoller, first recorded by "The
        Coasters" in 1958 - tab is based on Ry
        Cooder's recording from his 2005 "Chavez
        Ravine" album with Little Willie G (Willie
        Garcia) on vocal, and consists of intro,
        verse and bridge vocal similes, plus
        "instrumental" break - Standard tuning)

E

56 measures

4.50
G3113 THUNDER ROAD
        (70's Pop/Rock - written and first recorded
        by Bruce Springsteen for his 1975 album
        "Born to Run" - tab is based on his
        recording and consists of intro, 4 verses,
        chorus, refrain, bridge, keyboard solo
        simile, and ending - Standard tuning)

G

156 measures

7.00
G2990 TICKET TO RIDE
        (60's Rock - Beatles - written primarily by
        John Lennon, the Beatles recorded this
        one in 1965 for their "Help!" album, with
        Paul McCartney on lead guitar instead of
        George Harrison - tab consists of intro, 2
        verses, bridge and ending - G6 tuning)

G

52 measures

4.50
G1488 'TILL THERE WAS YOU
        (50's Pop - written by Meredith Willson for
        his 1957 musical "The Music Man", also
        recorded by Anita Bryant in 1959, and the
        Beatles in 1963 - tab consists of 3 verses
        and chorus - Standard tuning)

C

41 measures

4.00
G3119 TIME (You Gave Me Time)
        (Country - written and first recorded by
        Paul Overstreet in 2009 for his album
        "Time" - tab is based on his recording and
        consists of intro, 2 verses, refrain, bridge
        and ending - Standard tuning)

E

78 measures

5.00
G2875 TIME AFTER TIME
        (80's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Cyndi Lauper and Rob Hyman for Cyndi's
        1984 album "She's So Unusual" - the tab
        consists of intro, 3 verses, 3 bridges, 2
        refrains, guitar break simile and ending,
        in CFDGBE tuning)

C

101 measures

5.50
G2088 TODAY IS MINE
        (60's Pop - written and first recorded by
        Jerry Reed on his 1968 "Alabama Wild
        Man" album - tab consists of solo, plus
        accompaniment for 2 verses and 2
        choruses, and ending - Standard tuning)

E

96 measures

5.50
G2839 TOM TRAUBERT'S BLUES
        (70's Folk/Pop - written and first recorded
        by Tom Waits for his 1976 album "Small
        Change" - tab consists of intro, 4 verses,
        4 refrains and ending - Standard tuning)

E

68 measures

5.00
G1391 TONIGHT I CELEBRATE MY LOVE FOR YOU
        (80's Pop - written by Gerry Goffin and
        Michael Masser, first recorded by Roberta
        Flack and Peabo Bryson in 1983 - tab
        consists of intro, 2 verses, 2 bridges,
        chorus and ending - G6 tuning)

D

72 measures

5.00
G1846 TRISTE
        (60's Bossa Nova - written and first
        recorded by Antonio Carlos Jobim for his
        1967 album "Wave" - tab consists of intro,
        2 sections and ending - Standard tuning)

A

41 measures

4.00
G2956 TRUE
        (jazz/pop ballad - written and first recorded
        by Martin Taylor for his 2002 "Solo" album;
        tab consists of 2 full arrangements, with
        the first time as played by Martin and the
        second time arranged by Harold Streeter,
        with both times consisting of intro, 6
        sections and ending - Standard tuning)

A

155 measures

7.00
G2028 TROUBLE IN MIND
        (traditional Blues - 6/8 time - written by
        Richard M. Jones (1892-1945), who first
        recorded it in 1926 with Bertha "Chippie"
        Hill and Louis Armstrong - tab is as played
        by Pat Donahue and consists of intro and
        7 sections - Standard tuning)

E

125 measures

6.50
G3045 TULIPS IN BLOOM
        (Pop/New Age", with a classical approach,
        written by Jeff Victor for keyboards, the title
        of this piece truly reflects it's beautiful and
        varied melodies - tab consists of 5 sections
        in G6 tuning)

G

65 measures

4.50
G2098 TUMBLING TUMBLEWEEDS
        (Western - 6/8 time - written by Bob Nolan,
        first recorded by the Sons of the Pioneers
        in 1934 - tab consists of 3 choruses, bridge,
        verse and ending - CGDGBD tuning)

G

70 measures

5.00
G1313 TWELFTH OF NEVER
        (50's Pop - written by Jerry Livingston and
        Paul Francis Webster, with melody (except
        for the bridge) adapted from the traditional
        English folk song called "The Riddle Song"
        (also known as "I Gave My Love a Cherry"),
        hit for Johnny Mathis in 1957 - the tab
        consists of 2 verses, bridge and ending in
        Drop D tuning)

D

46 measures

4.00
G1624 TWILIGHT TIME
        (40's - 50's Pop - written by Buck Ram and
        "The Three Suns" (Morty Nevins, Al Nevins
        and Artie Dunn) in 1944 - first recorded by
        "The Three Suns" the same year - hit for
        The Platters in 1958 - tab consists of 3
        verses and bridge - Standard tuning)

C

36 measures

3.50
G1770 UNEMPLOYED
        (70's Blues/Rag - written and first recorded
        by Steve Goodman on his 1976 album
        "Words We Can Dance To" - tab consists
        of intro, 3 verses and chorus and ending
        in Standard tuning)

E

51 measures

4.00
G1657 UNFORGETTABLE
        (50's Pop - written by Irving Gordon and
        recorded by Nat King Cole in 1951 - tab is
        based on Nat and Natalie Cole's 1991 duet
        recording and consists of intro, 3 verses and
        ending - EGDGBE tuning)

G

54 measures

4.00
G2285 UN LUGAR CELESTIAL ("A Heavenly Place")
        (Spanish Gospel - written by Bob Farrell,
        David Velasquez, Mark Heimermann and
        Regie Hamm - tab consists of extended
        intro, accompaniment for 5 sections plus a
        3-section solo, and is based on Jaci
        Velasquez's recording from her 1996 "A
        Heavenly Place" album - Standard tuning)

Em

154 measures

7.00
G3060 UN NUEVO COMIENZO ("A New Beginning")
        (New Age-Meditational - tab is based on a
        piano composition by Andrew Fitzgerald
        and consists of 5 sections - G6 tuning)

G

71 measures

4.50
G3149 UNDER THE BOARDWALK
        (60's Pop - written by Kenny Young and
        Arthur Resnick, first recorded by The
        Drifters in 1964 - tab is based on their
        recording and consists of intro, 2 verses,
        refrain, solo simile and Spanish-style vocal
        simile/improv - G6 tuning)

G

64 measures

4.00
G1291 UNTIL IT'S TIME FOR YOU TO GO
        (60's Pop - 3/4 time - written and first
        recorded by Buffy Sainte-Marie in 1965,
        hit for Neil Diamond in 1969 - tab consists
        of 4 verses and 2 bridges - Drop D tuning)

D

99 measures

6.00
G3168 UP A LAZY RIVER
        (30's to 50's Pop - written and first recorded
        by Hoagy Carmichael and Sidney Arodin in
        1930 - tab is based on the Mills Brothers
        1952 recording and consists of 2 verses in
        Standard tuning)

C

40 measures

3.50
G2743 UNTIL THE REAL THING COMES ALONG
        (It Will Have to Do)
- (40's Pop - written
        by Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin, and L.E.
        Freeman in 1936 - the tab is based on the
        InkSpots' 1941 recording, and on Dexter
        Gordon's 1962 saxophone recording from
        his "A Swinging Affair" album, and consists
        of intro, 6 verses, 2 bridges and ending,
        in Standard tuning)

Bb and D

75 measures

5.00
G2734 VENUS
        (50's Pop - written by Ed Marshall and
        Peter DeAngelis, first recorded by Frankie
        Avalon in 1959 - the tab is based on his
        recording and consists of intro, 3 verses,
        refrain and ending - Standard tuning)

A

53 measures

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