The Beatles I Want You (shes So Heavy) ver 4 drum tab

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I Want You (shes So Heavy) Ver 4 by The Beatles The Beatles - I Want You (shes So Heavy) ver 4 drum tab Artist: The Beatles Album: Abbey Road Song: I Want You (She's So Heavy) Drummer: Come on, like you don't know Tabbed By: Soltari [email protected] Key: Cc - Crash Cymbal Rc - Ride Cymbal Hh - Hi-hat x=closed, O=open Sd - Snare Drum f=flam, g=ghost St - Small Tom Mt - Medium Tom Ft - Floor Tom When I say "repeat 8x" that doesn't mean play it once and then 8 more times, it means play it 8 times. Also, there will be tempo markings throughout the tab - play it at that speed or so until I mark a different one. Technically, the song doesn't change speeds at all, but then you have to think of some spots in triplets and some spots in quarters and I personally find it easier to think in quarters the whole way through. Notes on the song: I'll go into more detail about this later, but sometimes Ringo sticks in ride hits on the eigth note spots where there wasn't one before when repeating a part. For example: the second time through the bridge, on the third measure, I marked a crash on beat 1 and ride on beat 2, but Ringo plays crash on beat 1, ride on the and of beat 1, ride on beat 2. It's not a big deal but be sure to throw in a little improvisation at spots. That being said, consider this tab about 90% accurate and a good guideline. Intro approx. 152 beats/quarter 3/4 Cc |------------||------------||------------||------------| Hh |x-----------||------------||x-----------||------------| Sd |------------||x-----------||------------||x-----------| Bd |x---x---x---||x---x---x---||x---x---x---||x---x---x---| Cc |------------||----x---x---||x-----------||----x---x---| Hh |x-----------||------------||------------||------------| Sd |------------||x---x---x---||x-----------||x---x---x---| Bd |x---x---x---||x---x---x---||x---x---x---||x---x---x---| Cc |x-----------||------------|| Hh |------------||x-----------|| rest after this indefinitely Sd |x-----------||x-----------|| Bd |x---x---x---||x-----------|| the next few measures are kind of jazzy, so basically you just hit the measure after the singer finishes his phrase. "I want you" "I want you so bad" Aprox 114 beats/quarter "I want you" Sd |x-x-x| "I want you so bad" Sd |x-x-x-x| "I want you" Sd |x-x-x| "I want you so BAD (come in here)..." Rc |x---x---x---x---||x---x---x---x---||x---x---x---x---||x---x---x-------| Sd |----------------||----------------||----------------||----------gxxxxx| Sd |-xxxxx| Verse 1 4/4 {-------8x-------} Rc |x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-| Sd |------x---------| Bd |x---------------| End verse 1 Bridge (triplet) Cc |x--x--x--||x---------------||----------------||x-----------x---| Rc |---------||----x---x---x---||----------------||----x-x-x-x---x-| Sd |x--x--x--||--------x-------||f---------------||--------x-------| Bd |---------||x---------------||--x-------------||x---------------| Cc |----------------||x---------------||----------------| Rc |----------------||----x-x-x-x-x-x-||x---------------| Hh |----------------||----------------||----O-----------| Sd |f---------------||--------x-------||----------------| Bd |--x-------------||x---------------||x---------------| End Bridge Repeat verse 1, 10 repeats instead of 8 4/4 2/4 St |---x----| Ft |----x-x-| Sd |xx------| Repeat Verse 1 4/4 Repeat Bridge 4/4 Chorus (She's so heavy) 3/4 approx. 152 beats/quarter {------------2x------------} Cc |------------||------------||------------||----x---x---| Rc |x---x---x---||x---x---x---||x---x---x---||x-----------| Sd |------------||x-----------||------------||x-----------| Bd |x-----------||------------||x-----------||----x---x---| {------------4x------------} Cc |------------||------------||------------||----x---x---| Rc |x---x---x---||x---x---x---||x---x---x---||x-----------| Sd |------------||x-----------||------------||x-----------| Bd |x-----------||------------||x-----------||----x---x---| Rc |x---x---x---||x---x---x---||x---x---x---||------------| Sd |------------||x-----------||------------||x-----------| Bd |x-----------||------------||x-----------||x-----------| End Chorus NOTE ON CHORUS: The chorus is repeated several times, and Ringo sometimes puts a crash at the beginning of a measure where I have put in a ride. It would simply waste space and paper to write out all the crashes he sticks in that are different from the first time through, so I'll leave it up to you. And of course, the volume of the ride tends to be louder on the first beat but soft on the second two. Wait approximately 3 measures Verse 2 approx. 114 beats/quarter 4/4 {-------9x-------} 2/4 Rc |x---x-x-x-x-x-x-||x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-||--------| St |----------------||----------------||xx-x----| Ft |----------------||----------------||----x-x-| Sd |------------x---||------------x---||--------| Bd |----x-x---------||----x-x---------||--------| {------8x--------} > On the second time through verse 2, there Cc |----------------| > are ocassional triplets on the ride, most Rc |x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-| > likely improvised, invloving triplets between Sd |------------x---| > the bell & ride and only beginning with the 5th, Bd |----x-x---------| > 6th, or 7th ride note and ONLY in the 8x part. End Verse 2 Repeat Bridge 4/4 Repeat Chorus 3/4 Repeat Verse 2 EXCEPT different 2/4 fill: St |xxxx----| Mt |----xx--| Ft |------x-| Repeat Bridge 4/4 Outro: Repeat Chorus 3/4 And of course, the 2 minute set of fills. Ringo's fills get gradually more complex, starting by following the original pattern in the chorus and simply hitting toms instead of snares. By the end, he is hardly making the same pattern. I don't want to take the time to tab all of his fills, but there are some things consistent in the fills Things to keep in mind for outro: -Beginning right after the bridge ends, there are 148 measures in 3/4 and then one measure that abruptly stops on the first beat. -Ringo's fills ALWAYS have three or six snare/tom/bass hits per ride cymbal, three ride's per measure unless doing a long roll across the set So, it's better to think of doing your fill as: Rc |x--x--x--||x--x--x--| Sd |xx-------||--------x| St |---xx----||---------| etc. Mt |-----xxx-||-----xx--| Ft |--------x||x---x----| Most importantly stay in 3/4 and in tempo, and never do a roll longer than 6 notes on one drum.


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