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Dream Weaver - Gary Wright
Dream Weaver - Gary Wright ( 1 )
 Standard Tuning - 4/4 Time
 Audio File From willc's Music Library
Chords:
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C#madd2 = xx6640   E      = 022100
C#m     = x46654   D/A    = x00232
B       = x24442   B7/A   = x01202
A       = x02220   E7/G#  = 420100
Asus2   = x02200   A7     = x02020


   C#madd2

      |   | | | |   | | | |   | | | |   | | | |
e |-----|-----0---|-----0---|-----0---|-----0---|
B |-----|---4---4-|---4---4-|---4---4-|---4---4-|
G |-----|-6-------|-6-------|-6-------|-6-------|
D |---6-|---------|---------|---------|---------|
A |-----|---------|---------|---------|---------|
E |-----|---------|---------|---------|---------|


Verse 1:
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C#m       B         A           A  B
I've just closed my eyes again,
C#m                B            A      Asus2
Climbed aboard the dream weaver train
E      B                  D/A   A      Asus2  A
Driver take away my wor   ries  of to  day
E   B                 A   B7/A  A      Asus2
And leave tomorrow behind              Oo oo


Chorus 1:
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E  E7/G#   A    *Lick 1   E   E7/G#         A     Asus2
Dream     weaver          I believe you can get me through the
E  E7/G#   A    *Lick 2   E   E7/G#         A     Asus2
Night                                       Oo  oo,
E  E7/G#   A    *Lick 3   E   E7/G#         A     Asus2
Dream       weaver        I believe we can reach the morning
E  E7/G#   A     B
Light


  *Lick 1      *Lick 2      *Lick 3
    _ _         _ _         _ _   _
   | | | |     | | | |     | | | | |
e|---------| |---------| |-----------|
B|---------| |---------| |-----------|
G|---------| |---------| |-----------|
D|-------2-| |-2-2h4s6-| |-----2---2-|
A|-0h2h4---| |---------| |-0h2---4---|
E|---------| |---------| |-----------|


Verse 2:
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C#m   B                 A
Fly me high through the starry skies
C#m   B            A
Maybe to an astral plane
E         B           A
Cross the highways of fantasy
E    B                   A      B7/A   A   Asus2
Help me to forget today's  pain            Oo  oo,


Chorus 2:
--------

E  E7/G#   A    *Lick 1   E   E7/G#         A     Asus2
Dream     weaver          I believe you can get me through the
E  E7/G#   A    *Lick 2   E   E7/G#         A     Asus2
Night                                       Oo  oo,
E  E7/G#   A    *Lick 4   E   E7/G#         A     Asus2
Dream       weaver        I believe we can reach the morning
E  E7/G#   A     B
Light


  *Lick 1      *Lick 2     *Lick 4

   | | | |     | | | |     | | | |
e|---------| |---------| |---------|
B|---------| |---------| |---------|
G|---------| |---------| |---0h2h4-|
D|-------2-| |-2-2h4s6-| |-2-------|
A|-0h2h4---| |---------| |---------|
E|---------| |---------| |---------|


Verse 3:
-------

C#m        B           A
Though the dawn may be coming soon
C#m         B          A     Asus2
There still may be some time
E      B          A                 Asus2
Fly me away to the bright side of the moon
E         B               A  B7/A  A  B7/A  A   B7/A  A7  Asus2
And meet me on the other side                             Oo oo


Chorus 3:
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E  E7/G#   A    *Lick 1   E   E7/G#         A     Asus2
Dream     weaver          I believe you can get me through the
E  E7/G#   A    *Lick 2   E   E7/G#         A     Asus2
Night                                       Oo  oo,
E  E7/G#   A    *Lick 4   E   E7/G#         A     Asus2
Dream       weaver        I believe we can reach the morning
E  E7/G#   A     B
Light


  *Lick 1      *Lick 2     *Lick 4

   | | | |     | | | |     | | | |
e|---------| |---------| |---------|
B|---------| |---------| |---------|
G|---------| |---------| |---0h2h4-|
D|-------2-| |-2-2h4s6-| |-2-------|
A|-0h2h4---| |---------| |---------|
E|---------| |---------| |---------|


Outro:
-----

E  E7/G#    A   *Lick 5    E  E7/G#  A    Asus2
                     Dream         weaver
E  E7/G#    A    Asus2    (3 times)

E  E7/G#    A    B7/A  A   B7/A  A   B7/A   A   B7/A
Dream     weaver
A7  B7/A    A7   B7/A  A7  B7/A  A7  B7/A


   *Lick 5

   | | | |
e|---------|
B|---------|
G|---------|
D|--2h4p2--|
A|-------4-|
E|---------|


   C#madd2

      |   | | | |   | | | |   | | | |   | | | |
e |-----|-----0---|-----0---|-----0---|-----0---|
B |-----|---4---4-|---4---4-|---4---4-|---4---4-|
G |-----|-6-------|-6-------|-6-------|-6-------|
D |---6-|---------|---------|---------|---------|
A |-----|---------|---------|---------|---------|
E |-----|---------|---------|---------|---------|


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Bass Licks:
----------

   *Lick 1    *Lick 2     *Lick 3       *Lick 4     *Lick 5
                            _   _
   | | | |     | | | |     | | | | |     | | | |     | | | |
e|---------| |---------| |-----------| |---------| |---------|
B|---------| |---------| |-----------| |---------| |---------|
G|---------| |-------1-| |-----------| |---0h2h4-| |---------|
D|-------2-| |-2-2h4---| |-----2---2-| |-2-------| |-2h4p2---|
A|-0h2h4---| |---------| |-0h2---4---| |---------| |-------4-|
E|---------| |---------| |-----------| |---------| |---------|


Chorus: (Suggested Picking Pattern)
------

   E    E7/G#   A    *Lick 1    E   E7/G#    A   Asus2
                       _   _
   |  |  |  |   |  |  | | | |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |
e|-0-----0----|-0-------------|-0-----0----|-0-----0----|
B|-0-----0----|-2-------------|-0-----0----|-2-----0----|
G|-1-----1----|-2-------------|-1-----1----|-2-----2----|
D|-2-----0----|-2-----------2-|-2-----0----|-2-----2----|
A|-2-----2----|-0-----0h2h4---|-2-----2----|-0-----0----|
E|-0-----4----|---------------|-0-----4----|------------|
  Dream       weaver           I believe ... through the

   E    E7/G#   A    *Lick 2    E   E7/G#    A   Asus2
                       _   _
   |  |  |  |   |  |  | | | |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |
e|-0-----0----|-0-------------|-0-----0----|-0-----0----|
B|-0-----0----|-2-------------|-0-----0----|-2-----0----|
G|-1-----1----|-2-------------|-1-----1----|-2-----2----|
D|-2-----0----|-2-----2-2h4s6-|-2-----0----|-2-----2----|
A|-2-----2----|-0-------------|-2-----2----|-0-----0----|
E|-0-----4----|---------------|-0-----4----|------------|
  night

   E    E7/G#   A    *Lick 3    E   E7/G#    A   Asus2
                       _   _
   |  |  |  |   |  |  | | | |   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  |
e|-0-----0----|-0-------------|-0-----0----|-0-----0----|
B|-0-----0----|-2-------------|-0-----0----|-2-----0----|
G|-1-----1----|-2-------------|-1-----1----|-2-----2----|
D|-2-----0----|-2-------2---2-|-2-----0----|-2-----2----|
A|-2-----2----|-0---0h2---4---|-2-----2----|-0-----0----|
E|-0-----4----|---------------|-0-----4----|------------|
  Dream       weaver          I believe ...reach.. morning

   E    E7/G#   A     B
                          
   |  |  |  |   |  |  |  | 
e|-0-----0----|-0-----2----|
B|-0-----0----|-2-----4----|
G|-1-----1----|-2-----4----|
D|-2-----0----|-2-----4----|
A|-2-----2----|-0-----2----|
E|-0-----4----|------------|
        
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Dream Weaver - Gary Wright

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Dream Weaver - Gary Wright
Dream Weaver - Gary Wright

Gary Malcolm Wright (born April 26, 1943) is an American singer, songwriter, musician, and composer best known for his 1976 hit songs "Dream Weaver" and "Love Is Alive", and for his role in helping establish the synthesizer as a leading instrument in rock and pop music. Wright's breakthrough album, The Dream Weaver (1975), came after he had spent seven years in London as, alternately, a member of the British heavy rock band Spooky Tooth and a solo artist on A&M Records. While in England, he played keyboards on former Beatle George Harrison's triple album All Things Must Pass (1970), so beginning a friendship that inspired the Indian religious themes and spirituality inherent in Wright's subsequent songwriting. His work since the late 1980s has embraced world music and the new age genre, although none of his post-1976 releases has matched the popularity of The Dream Weaver.

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Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 9/13/2019
Updated: 2/27/2020
Audio: willc's Music Library
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Genre: Pop