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Sour Milk Sea – George Harrison

04/08/2010

George gave this one away to Jackie Lomax, who recorded it with a little help from his friends (Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, and Nicky Hopkins. Also, Freddie Mercury named one of his pre-Queen bands after this song.

Intro:   D#  C#  B  F  G#

F                                        G#
  If your life's not right, doesn't satisfy you
F                                G#
  Don't get the breaks like some of us do
A#                                           C#
  Better work it out; find where you've gone wrong
A#                               C#    G#
  Better do it soon as you don't have long

D#           C#
  Get out of sour milk sea
D#            F
  You don't belong there
D#            C#
  Get back to where you should be
B                 F     G#         D#7
  Find out what's going on there

D#7

If you want the most from everything you do
In the shortest time your dreams come true
In no time at all it makes you more aware
Very simple process takes you there

Get out of sour milk sea
You don't belong there
Get back to where you should be
Find out what's going on there

Looking for release from limitation?
There's nothing much without illumination
Can fool-around with every different cult
There's only one way brings result

Get out of sour milk sea
You don't belong there
Get back to where you should be
Find out what's going on there
__________________________________
Guitars are tuned 1/4 of a tone up.

Transcribed by Dawidsu & Janand (Dave & John)
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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Ghumto permalink
    10/10/2010 21:31

    Good song!
    Thanks for chords!
    I’ve play this song with my guitar xD It Was very cool!!!

  2. Anonymous permalink
    09/08/2011 03:25

    my computor will not allow me to print this page. why.

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