All Along The Watchtower Uke tab by Jimi Hendrix

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Jimi xxxxxxx - xxx Along xxx Watchtower x Uke

[intro:]
Cm chordCm A# chordA# G# chordG# A# chordA#

Cm chordCm A# chordA# G# chordG# A# chordA# Cm chordCm A# chordA# G# chordG# A# chordA#
There xxxx be xxxx kind xx way xxx of xxxx said xxx joker xx the xxxxx
Cm chordCm A# chordA# G# chordG# A# chordA# Cm chordCm A# chordA# G# chordG# A# chordA#
There's xxx much xxxxxxxxx I xxxxx get xx relief
Cm chordCm A# chordA# G# chordG# A# chordA# Cm chordCm A# chordA# G# chordG# A# chordA#
Businessmen xxxx drink xx wine xxxxxxx dig xx earth
Cm chordCm A# chordA# G# chordG# A# chordA# Cm chordCm A# chordA# G# chordG# A# chordA#
None xx them xxxxx the xxxx know xxxx any xx it xx worth

[repeat intro]
[continue verse chords]

No xxxxxx to xxx excited xxx thief xx kindly xxxxx
There xxx many xxxx among xx who xxxx that xxxx is xxx a xxxx
But xxx and x we've xxxx through xxxx and xxxx is xxx our xxxx
So xxx us xxx talk xxxxxxx now xxx hour xx getting xxxx

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All xxxxx the xxxxxxxxxx princes xxxx the xxxx
While xxx the xxxxx came xxx went xxxxxxxx servants xxx

Outside xx the xxxxxxxx a xxxxxxx did xxxxx
Two xxxxxx were xxxxxxxxxxx the xxxx began xx howl


About this song

This track is a cover of the Bob Dylan song "All Along The Watchtower". However many do not realise this due to the popularity of Hendrix's version. The Jimi Hendrix Experience began to record their cover version of Dylan's "All Along The Watchtower" on January 21, 1968, at Olympic Studios in London. According to engineer Andy Johns, Jimi Hendrix had been given a tape of Dylan’s recording by publicist Michael Goldstein, who worked for Dylan’s manager Albert Grossman. "(Hendrix) came in with these Dylan tapes and we all heard them for the first time in the studio”, recalled Johns.

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