Summer Rain

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-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- U2 - SUMMER RAIN (4.06) -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- B-Side 02 of the single "Beautiful Day", first single from "All That You Can't Leave Behind" Release Date: October 9th, 2000 Tabbed by Michele Rossi on October 2nd, 2000 for the pleasure of all the U2 fans in the world! Tab made by Michele Rossi with his acoustic guitar 'Washburn D-10 N' and Notepad. CONTACT ME AT: E-mail and MSN Messenger: michele1982@hotmail.com ICQ: 85686343 [RedBaron] Don't miss to surf daily: >>> www.u2station.com <<< -------------------------------------------------------------------- WHAT I THINK ABOUT IT... This is a typical acoustic song: you won't find particular difficult playing it. But you must maintain the rhythm and the tempo to play it well. How about the lyrics? Does Bono feel old? Maybe it's autoirony or maybe the song has nothing to do with him and/or his companions. Anyway Bono is a wise man. Check it out. In italian the title is "Pioggia d'estate". ;) ----------------- # Chords used # ----------------- E 022100 Dsus4 xx0233 D xx0232 C x32010 G 320033 Gsus4 330033 Em7 022033 D7sus4 x30033 Am x02210 Asus2 002200 ----------------------------------- E Dsus4 D (x5) E Dsus4 D When you stop seeing beauty E Dsus4 D You start growing old C D The lines on your face C D Are a map to your soul E Dsus4 D When you stop taking chances E Dsus4 D You'll stay where you sit E Dsus4 D You won't live any longer E Dsus4 D But it'll feel like it E Dsus4 D Ah Ah E Dsus4 D C G D I lost myself in the summer rain C G D Dsus4 D I lost myself C G D G Gsus4 Em7 D7sus4 I lost myself in the summer rain C Am Oooooh ooh Aaaaaah Asus2 Am G Gsus4 Em7 D7sus4 In the summer rain C Am Asus2 Am Mhm Mhhhhhhm Mhhhm E Dsus4 D Tequila and Orange E Dsus4 D Jamaica and rum E Dsus4 D At the Morella E Dsus4 D Honey on my tongue E Dsus4 D E Dsus4 D In a small boat on a generous sea C D C D You let me be your enemy E Dsus4 D Tiny hand E Dsus4 D With a grip on the world E Dsus4 D Holding our breath now E Dsus4 D Diving for pearls E Dsus4 D (x2) C G D I lost myself in the summer rain C G D Dsus4 D I lost myself C G D G Gsus4 Em7 D7sus4 I lost myself in the summer rain C Ahh Ah Ah Am Asus2 Am Ahh Ah Ah G Gsus4 Just as you find me Em7 D7sus4 Always I will be C A little bit too free Am Asus2 Am With myself G Gsus4 Just as you find me Em7 D7sus4 Always I will be C A little bit too free Am Asus2 Am With myself E Dsus4 D (x4) C G D I lost myself in the summer rain C G D Dsus4 D I lost myself C G D Now there's no one else G Gsus4 Em7 D7sus4 In the summer rain C Raining down Am Asus2 Am Raining down G Gsus4 Em7 D7sus4 Rain C Raining now Am Asus2 Am Raining now G Gsus4 Just as you find me Em7 D7sus4 Always I will be C A little bit too free Am Asus2 Am With myself G Gsus4 Just as you find me Em7 D7sus4 Always I will be C A little bit too free Am Asus2 Am With myself E Dsus4 D (x4) E Dsus4 D It's not why you're running E Dsus4 D It's where you're going E Dsus4 D It's not what you're dreaming E Dsus4 D But what you're gonna do E Dsus4 It's not where you're born D E Dsus4 D It's where you belong E Dsus4 D It's not how weak E Dsus4 D E [fading out] But what will make you strong -------------------------------------------------------------------- Music by U2 Lyrics by Bono and Edge Produced by Daniel Lanois & Brian Eno Engineered and mixed by Richard Rainey Assisted by Chris Heaney Mastered by Arnie Acosta at The Mastering Lab, Los Angeles Audio Post Production Manager: Cheryl Engels at Partial Productions Inc. Photography [of the band on the CD] by Anton Corbijn. Designed at Four 5 One, Dublin. --------------------------------------------------------------------

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