Lynyrd Skynyrd - Cheatin Woman guitar tab

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Lynyrd Skynyrd - Cheatin Woman guitar tab

Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 22:16:28 -0500
From: david moser 
Subject: l/lynyrd_skynyrd/cheatin_woman.crd 

Subject: CRD: Cheatin' Woman -- Lynyrd Skynyrd

Ronnie VanZant - Gary Rossington - Al Kooper

From Lynyrd Skynyrd Nothin' Fancy Album

Tabbed by David Moser


Note: The rhythm is played on electric piano and the Em chords are

����� arpeggiated during the verses. Listen to the song and you

����� should be able to figure it out.

The solo is in Em pentatonic, very slow with those jabs and stabs

Lynyrd Skynyrd is famous for.

The outro is a dual guitar lead up at the 12th, 15th & 17th frets.


intro�������������� Em���� A� G� Em���� A� G� Em���� A� G� Em






�E -----------------0-0-0--------0-0-0--------0-0-0--------0-

��������������������� ^������ ^��� ^����������� ^������ ^

Riff 1�������� A






�E ----------------------------------------------------------


Riff 2�������� Em






�E ------------0---------------------------------------------


Verse 1

���������������������� Em�� A G Em

Cheatin woman make you.....

Em������ A��������������� Em� A G Em

Cheatin' woman make you a....

������ A������������������ A� G� A

She'll leave your heart so......

A�������������� G�������������� Em A G Em A

Brother there's nothin’...........

���� B���������������� A

Well I can't stand................

G���������������� A

She don't want..................

w/riff 1����������� A�� B

She don't want........

������������������������ Em� A G Em��������� A��� G Em

Oh Knockin' on her ..........������ cheatin' woman


Verse 2 w/riff 2 Play same Verse 1������

Why did you make me................?



w/riff 1������������� A

You won't bother poor me

n/c�������������������� Em

Won't bother poor me...........



Verse 3




I think this pretty close. There are a lot of very intricate nuances

to this song and one may have to improvise some of the fills and the

lead parts. It is a great song by a great band. Improvements are

welcomed and encouraged.