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Come On, Come Over

Discussion in 'General Instruction [BG]' started by Microbass, May 7, 2003.

  1. Hi all.

    The 'intro' lick to this song, I do not have either the skill or time to figure this out, so I made up a nice easy, fast and in time lick.

    Just wondering if I have it in the right key?
    The riff that I am talking about is at 2 sec, just after the sax intro...

    I'm making a guess that the riff is in G?


  2. moley


    Sep 5, 2002
    Hampshire, UK
    The verse is in C, the chorus in D.

    The notes to the verse riff are:

    (high) Bb Bb B C Eb C
    (low) Eb F F# G C C

    On the last bar of the verse, there's a stop on beat 1, then the horns come in, then he goes C C# D to get into the chorus, in D.

    As for the funky line he plays on the chorus, well, I can't play it...
  3. JimK


    Dec 12, 1999
    Me, either.
    That opening is notated in one of those recent Jaco "Songbooks".
    Check out www.halleonard.com
    (I think).
  4. 20db pad

    20db pad

    Feb 11, 2003
    I been everywhere, man...
    None. At all.
  5. ConU


    Mar 5, 2003
    La Belle Province
    It's not right though.
  6. beermonkey


    Sep 26, 2001
    Seattle, WA
    Wow, that's really not right. :eek: Totally ignoring all the mistakes in bar one... where in the hell did he get F Eb C for the climb down in bar 2?? That should be painfully obvious to anyone with ears that those are the wrong notes.
  7. here's what I've got for the intro- corrections welcome-


    it's difficult to tell if there are any muted notes in the G F# F rundown at the end.
  8. wow, awesome. I got the right key! woot!!

    Thanks much Turtle!!!

    I was gunna do this for my music assessment today, but I couldn't get the chorus down very well (ive only had since tuesday to learn i guess...) so I'm just going to play My Generation. :cool:

    Thanks all! I WILL finish this song eventually....:)

  9. beermonkey


    Sep 26, 2001
    Seattle, WA
    I play the first measure like that, but I hear a 16th note octave before the G and F# during the last part of the figure, so the last measure is:


    sixteenth note, dotted eighth, sixteenth note, dotted eighth, staccato quarter


    1 e, 2 e, 3
  10. Thanks all!

    Like I said, I'm going to continue learning this...

    I got to school for the assessment, and I was going to play My generation, but the CD i had brought didnt work on their CD player, so I played Come On Come Over.

    I played it the best I ever had, except the chorus, first time around I messed the C part, then the next time I messed up the 'interlued'. I got a B overall. Sounds good to me!


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