The Riverboat Song Tab

Ocean colour scene.


  • Latest added
  • Request a video
  • Submit chord / tab
  • Submit tutorial
  • Submit riff lesson
  • Chord dictionary
  • Tutorials & lessons
  • Learn to play guitar
  • Guitar scales
  • Riff lessons
  • Billion chords
  • Why premium account?
  • Video lessons
  • Backing tracks
  • Guitar chord editor
  • Chords explorer
  • Guitar chord library
  • Personal chord library
  • Free bonus gifts
  •  Login
  • Sign up Premium
  • Sign up Free

Riverboat song

J.J. Cale


save to

there isn't a video lesson for this song


Written by J.j. Cale


E-Chords uses cookies for functional and analytical purposes. Please read our Privacy Policy for more information.

riverboat song chords

phone border

The Riverboat Song chords

  • Tuning E B G D A E
  • Capo 2nd fret
  • Release year 1996
  • Genre R ock
  • Guitar Simplified Original

Play your favorite songs anytime, anywhere.

Join millions playing with GuitarTuna

Start playing songs you love with GuitarTuna

Download the app today and start playing for free

Get access to thousands of guitar chords, tabs, and lyrics for your favorite songs.

Guitar Tabs, Chords and Lyrics

  • Login/register
  • Public books
  • My song book

The Riverboat Song   Ocean Colour Scene

Important : The song above is NOT stored on the Chordie server. The original song is hosted at . Chordie works as a search engine and provides on-the-fly formatting. Chordie does not index songs against artists'/composers' will. To remove this song please click here.


Rate #2 of 3 versions

Jango player.

Jango Player

Song added to songbook

Login - add to songbook, share page  , you need to log in to post comments.

  • Sheet Music
  • Top 100 tabs
  • A-Z A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9
  • Sign in or Log in with Facebook Log in with Google+


  • Favourite artists

The Riverboat Song by Ocean Colour Scene Play with


  • Tab Pro Tools:
  • Play this tab
  • Tempo control
  • Change instrument
  • Show fretboard
  • Open link in new tab
  • Ocean Colour Scene

The Riverboat Song tabs by Ocean Colour Scene

Image uploaded! Thank you for uploading background image! Our moderators will review it and add to the page.

Oops... Something gone wrong. Make sure that your image is .jpg, .png, .gif and is less than 30 MB . Best pictures will appear on our main page.

Users who played this song also played:

Guitaretab - guitar tabs

  • 🎥 Popular Soundtracks Chords
  • 🎸 Top Rock Guitar And Ukulele Chords
  • 🎤 Top Popular Songs Guitar And Ukulele Chords
  • I Love You tab
  • Man In The Middle tab
  • Better Day tab
  • Riverboat Song tab
  • Foxys Folk Faced tab
  • Huckleberry Grove tab

Ocean Colour Scene – The Riverboat Song chords

Need rating details.

Please explain why did you choose such low rating for this tab.

  • Lack of formatting
  • Lack of accuracy
  • Incomplete tab
  • Clearly wrong
  • I just don't like it, no special reason

The 25 best things to do in D.C. this weekend and next week

The National Cherry Blossom Festival gets underway this weekend with a trio of family-friendly festivals at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Library of Congress and the Textile Museum, and a day of flying kites at Oxon Run Park. (Word of warning: The Bloomaroo festival at the Wharf has already been postponed due to the weather forecast.) The return of March Madness will have basketball fans filing into sports bars before noon Thursday and Friday, dreaming of upsets and drink specials. This weekend also includes the kickoff of the D.C. Environmental Film Festival, celebrations of Holi, a live podcast recording with José Andrés, free concerts with the National Symphony Orchestra at venues around the Wharf and Navy Yard, and a viewing party with bingo and trivia for the final episode of “The Bachelor.”

Thursday, March 21

March Madness

March Madness gets underway at 12:15 p.m., and once your bracket’s finished, it’s time to start planning where you’re “working from home” while following your picks. Here are some ideas for where to watch:

Bluejacket has only four TVs behind the bar, but the Navy Yard brewery is offering the most unusual special we’ve seen : Every time a lower seed beats a higher seed, everyone seated in the bar area receives a free half pint of beer. Doesn’t matter if it’s the first round or the final. Deals, including $15 combos with a beer and burger or fried chicken sandwich, are also available. Highline RXR in Crystal City is running its own Elite 8 Beer Bracket with beers from eight regional breweries, including DC Brau, Bear Chase and Dogfish Head. Beers are priced at $6.50, and each order counts as a “point,” so overall sales will determine the winner of each “round.” Feel like you know whether folks will prefer Brau’s Joint Resolution over Solace’s Suns Out, Hops Out? Make your own bracket picks to win a $200 gift card and other prizes.

Walters has been a fixture across from Nationals Park for years, and it has all the screens you need for the first weekend, including a video wall. Both buckets of beers and buckets of wings are $25 during games. As an added bonus, you can make table reservations , beginning at 11 a.m. Sports & Social on U Street touts its 25-foot “media wall” that’s capable of showing multiple games, and the curved booths in front of it are great for groups. It also has TVs behind the bar and spread around the room. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. the first two days of the tournament, with $3 domestic beer bottles until 7 p.m., and $20 buckets of five beers during games.

Mission’s Navy Yard location opens at 11:30 a.m. with specials including $5.50 Bud Light pints, $9 orange crushes, themed shot deals and $10 select food items at its four bars. Franklin Hall opens half an hour before the first games, with specials including $4 pints and $14 pitchers of Miller Lite and $30 buckets of cans from Kona, Topo Chico and Golden Road. Whitlow’s opens at noon Thursday and Friday, with $25 buckets of Coors Light, Miller Lite and Nutrl seltzer until 10 p.m.

In case you’re wondering where the top seeds are gathering: U-Conn alumni gather at Colony Grill in Arlington, Mission Dupont is a Houston bar, the Bottom Line is the destination for Purdue alumni, and North Carolina fans head to Exiles and Tom’s Watch Bar .

Environmental Film Festival

More than 60 films will be on view in locations all over the city during this year’s Environmental Film Festival, where you can learn about everything from fungi to the wilds of Mongolia. Smithsonian museums, embassies, universities, libraries, AFI Silver Theatre, the Naval Heritage Center, the National Academy of Sciences and the National Museum of Women in the Arts will all host screenings, many of which are free. The films are devoted to topics like conservation, climate change and environmental justice. This year’s award winners include an exploration about the world of moths called “The Night Visitors” and “We Are Guardians,” a documentary about Indigenous people who risk their lives to protect the Brazilian Amazon from deforestation. Through March 30. Various times and locations. Free to $25 .

José Andrés and Friends at Lincoln Theatre

Celebrity chef José Andrés is celebrating the launch of his new cookbook, “Zaytinya: Delicious Mediterranean Dishes From Greece, Turkey and Lebanon,” with a hodgepodge performance that includes interviews, cooking and live music. He’s joined by “The View” co-host Ana Navarro and Greek food writer Aglaia Kremezi for a live recording of his podcast, where he’ll discuss food stories and Mediterranean favorites. Copies of the book will be available for purchase but not included in the ticket price. 8 p.m. $45.

‘Women in Craft Beverage’ panel at Other Half Brewing

Nine women who work in the craft beer and spirits industry — as founders of breweries and distilleries, owners of bottle shops, bartenders and brewery quality directors, and consultants and historians — team up for a panel discussion at Other Half Brewing in Ivy City. If you’re curious about working in the field, or just want to know more about what’s in your glass at a favorite bar, this should be an interesting look at life behind the scenes. Tickets include two slices of Andy’s Pizza, two draft beers from Other Half and a cocktail made with Lyon Rum from St. Michaels. (Lyon president and founder Jaime Windon is one of the panelists.) 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. $38 .

Silver Branch Fifth Anniversary Party

The oldest brewery in Silver Spring marks five years in business with three days of specials. Celebrations kick off Thursday with Tap Talk , featuring co-founder Christian Layke and label artist Chris Bonnell sharing stories about Silver Branch’s evolution and beers. The $50 tickets include a pour of the new barrel-aged Belgian Single Ale, a flight of Belgian beers and a taco bar. On Friday and Saturday, there are all-day food and drink specials, including Belgian flights. Through Saturday. No cover charge on Friday and Saturday.

‘A2B: Slum Village’ at the Eaton

Slum Village’s 2000 album “Fantastic, Vol. 2” made waves in the underground hip-hop world, even though bootlegs with early versions of the tracks had been floating around for years. J Dilla’s production, previous showcased on songs for Common and Q-Tip, grabbed attention far outside the trio’s Detroit home; a Post review at the time praised his “unique brand of funk lite: airy chords, bubbly bass lines and muddy kicks defined mostly by a vague thumplike feeling in your stomach.” Detroit native and journalist Kaya Freeman and Matt Talley of Cool Kids Vinyl play favorite cuts and discuss “Fantastic, Vol. 2” and the group’s impact during an evening talk at the Eaton hotel as part of its A2B listening party series. 8 p.m. Free .

Friday, March 22

NSO in Your Neighborhood: ‘Riverfront’

The National Symphony Orchestra’s annual community outreach is focused on the banks of the Anacostia River and Washington Channel, with free concerts and events around Navy Yard, the Wharf and Southwest Washington over the next few days. Highlights include a performance at the Anthem honoring Duke Ellington’s 125th birthday (Saturday at 7 p.m.); a concert at Bald Eagle Recreation Center with mezzo-soprano Marquita Raley-Cooper (Sunday at 7 p.m.); a string trio in the Southwest Library’s meeting room (Friday at 11 a.m.); a cherry blossom-themed performance at Culture House featuring four basses (Saturday at 11:30 a.m.); and a piano and woodwind trio at the Rubell Museum (Sunday at 11:30 a.m.). See the NSO website for a full list of events. Through Sunday. Free .

Capital Art and Craft Festival at Dulles Expo Center

Over 250 artisans and craftspeople return to Chantilly to sell and showcase handmade items, including jewelry, pottery, florals, glassware, metals, paintings, kitchenware and foods from scones to kouign amann to dog treats. Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. $10; free for children 12 and under.

Hot Chip at 9:30 Club

Music fans of a certain age have looked on with wry smiles as Gen Z and millennials have rediscovered emo, mallcore and nu-metal. But are they ready for a revival of the early 2000s electro/“indie dance” sound? Justice, whose remix of “We Are Your Friends” was an inescapable dance floor filler, has a new album coming out in April and a July show at the Anthem. LCD Soundsystem is playing festivals on both sides of the Atlantic this summer. And this Friday, 9:30 Club’s late show is a DJ set by Hot Chip, the British outfit whose bubbling bass, pulsing electronic drums and choppy, snaking synths made singles like “Ready for the Floor,” “Boy From School” and “Over and Over” a go-to party soundtrack in the mid-aughts. But unlike many of its contemporaries, Hot Chip is still going, releasing “Freakout/Release,” a collection of funky, house-infused synth-pop tunes with giant singalong hooks, less than two years ago. They’re still just as much fun. 10 p.m. $30 .

Saturday, March 23

Cherry Blossom Family Celebration at the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Held in the all-weather Kogod Courtyard, the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Cherry Blossom Family Celebration features face painting, cherry-blossom-themed crafts, a scavenger hunt in the galleries, a taiko drumming performance, a jump rope team, and Japanese pop and funk music spun by Les the DJ. 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free .

Japanese Culture Day at the Library of Congress

The Library of Congress’s Japanese Culture Day is a hands-on experience, letting young visitors try origami, coloring woodblock prints and making a tiara with the Cherry Blossom Princesses, as well as watching Japanese dance and drumming performances or settling in for storytelling. Advance tickets have been claimed, but same-day tickets are available on the library’s website beginning at 9 a.m. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free; ticket required .

Family Day: Japanese Fashion at the Textile Museum

The Textile Museum’s Family Day is focused on Japanese fashion, so visitors can try on a happi coat or yukata before touring the galleries, watching dance or music performances, or making cherry blossom pendants. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free .

Art of Pink at Metropolitan Park

New this year, the Art of Pink at National Landing’s Metropolitan Park features a pop-up market with more than two dozen vendors, curated by AAPI art and culture organization Samasama. The day also includes live mural painting; art from the Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington; a pop-up food and beverage area with Ekiben Baltimore, Phowheels and Lost Generation Brewing; and the return of the weekly Saturday farmers market. DJ Empulse and Les the DJ provide the tunes. 1 to 5 p.m. Free .

‘A Bold and Beautiful Vision’ opening weekend at the Anacostia Community Museum

The newest exhibit at the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum is devoted to the gifted Black artists who taught in D.C. classrooms throughout the 20th century, and naturally, the opening weekend will be a learning experience. To kick off the year-long run of “A Bold and Beautiful Vision: A Century of Black Arts Education in Washington, D.C., 1900-2000,” the museum’s family-friendly activities include interactive projects and talks. On Saturday, listen to a panel discussion on Howard University’s history and legacy in the arts, running from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., featuring experts like filmmaker Topper Carew, who co-created the TV show “Martin,” and Kinshasha Holman Conwill, the founding deputy director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. On Sunday, the artist Lex Marie leads a guided art experience. Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free; advance registration encouraged.

Lahr Native Plant Symposium and Native Plant Sale at the U.S. National Arboretum

Need a break from flowering Japanese trees this weekend? Native plants take center stage at a pair of events at the U.S. National Arboretum. The annual Lahr Native Plant Symposium is a surefire sign of spring, featuring an entire morning and afternoon full of gardening wisdom from local experts employed by the Department of Agriculture, Smithsonian, National Arboretum, Meadowlark Botanical Gardens and other institutions. You’ll learn about topics from soil health to the best native trees to plant in your yard, and there will be question-and-answer opportunities. The symposium runs concurrently to Friends of the National Arboretum’s Native Plant Sale, billed as “one of the earliest plant sales in the area,” with vendors selling perennials and woody plants, so naturally, a shopping break is built into the symposium’s lunch. Sale: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free . Symposium: 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. $95 .

Lætitia Sadier at Songbyrd

For nearly two decades, French singer Lætitia Sadier was Nico for Gen X as the singer of eclectic avant-pop act Stereolab, a band whose spacey-dreamy tunes inspired, either directly or not, a generation of indie artists and the chilled waves of loungy electronic pop. As a solo artist, Sadier has continued such dreamweaving, skipping across decades and continents for influences that make albums like this year’s “Rooting for Love” familiar to Stereolab fans. 8 p.m. $17-$20 .

Women Behind the Mic: A Celebration of Hip-Hop at Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library

D.C. Public Library continues its celebration of Women’s History Month with a panel discussion that honors the hip-hop executives and veterans whose voices were excluded during the genre’s 50th anniversary moment. Following the discussion, there’s a performance by Grammy-nominated hip-hop artist and actress Yo-Yo. 3 to 5 p.m. Free.

Saturday Night Believer: A Purim Disco at Sixth and I

Sixth and I’s 21-and-up Purim does not feature a full megillah reading; instead, it has sequins, disco and dancing. Start the evening with sketch comedy before the dance party begins. Event organizers are collecting donations to Pathways to Housing DC, which provides support for people experiencing homelessness. 6:30 p.m. $20.

Sunday, March 24

Oxon Run Pinknic & Kite Fly at Oxon Run Park

Cherry Blossom Festival activities continue on Sunday with this popular-kite focused event in Southeast Washington. Think of it as a local alternative to the busy and crowded kite festival on the Mall: Kids can make their own kites while enjoying family-friendly entertainment. Noon to 3 p.m. Free .

Sakura Sunday at National Harbor

At National Harbor, Sakura Sunday offers a beer and sake garden; performances of martial arts, music and storytelling; and a marketplace with food, clothing and anime vendors. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Free .

Holi at Dupont Circle and the Ven

The annual celebration of the Indian holiday of Holi in Dupont has two pieces this year: Head to Dupont Circle park at noon for a DJ; dance performances by Virginia’s Studio Dhoom, which has performed at the White House and Wizards games; and complimentary chai. At 2 p.m., the party moves down to the Ven at Embassy Row hotel , where there’s dancing outside and the throwing of colored powder. (Reminder: Wear something white that you don’t mind getting messy.) Noon to 5 p.m. Free; $10 for colored powder at the Ven.

Monday, March 25

Holi in the District at Union Market

Show up with an all-white outfit and a willingness to get doused in colored powder during Union Market’s festivities in honor of the Indian holiday Holi. Two Indian restaurants, Rasa and DC Dosa, are partnering up with Union Market District’s Plaza at the Dock to celebrate this colorful Hindu tradition ringing in the spring. You’ll want to show up at 5:45 p.m. to snag a free T-shirt and a little bag of washable, nontoxic colored powder (while supplies last). Stick around after the color throwing for musical performances as well as food and drinks for purchase from Rasa, DC Dosa, Malai Ice Cream and Buffalo & Bergen. Proceeds benefit the Akshaya Patra Foundation, a nonprofit that supplies meals to children in schools in India. 6 to 8 p.m. Free; online registration encouraged .

‘The Bachelor’ finale at Quincy Hall

After weeks of group dates, a canceled cocktail party and plenty of red roses, Season 28 of “The Bachelor” is coming to an end. So, too, is the viewing party at Quincy Hall, which features discounted wine and “Bachelor Bingo” cards. (“Cancels the cocktail party” was actually a square earlier this season.) Arrive early for a “Bachelor” trivia session from 7 to 8 p.m., followed by the three-hour finale. 7 to 11 p.m. Free .

Tuesday, March 26

Trivia Night: Women’s History Month at the National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery celebrates Women’s History Month with a free trivia night in its beautiful Kogod Courtyard, which happens to be timed for happy hour. New Columbia Pub Quiz is running the show, asking questions that focus on the achievements of the formidable women in the museum’s art collection. You can play trivia by yourself or in a team of up to six people, and drinks and snacks are available for purchase in the Courtyard Cafe. 5 to 6:45 p.m. Free; registration encouraged.

Wednesday, March 27

Amaarae at Fillmore Silver Spring

The first time Amaarae picked up the microphone, she was trying to be a rapper, not a singer. She pursued that calling for a few years, collaborating with a producer cousin who eventually had to deliver a hard truth: While the Ghanaian American musician wasn’t that good as a rapper, her lilting voice — and its Auto-Tune-like birdsong — could probably make her lyrics shine as songs. Amaarae’s soprano pitter-patters across her sophomore album, finding pockets of air over percolating productions that draw on diasporic grooves, scintillating synthesizers and bubbling bass lines. Like many artists her age, the 29-year-old cannot be pigeonholed by genre, like when gentle guitar ballad “Sex, Violence, Suicide” erupts into a punk kiss-off reminiscent of the early-aughts New York scene. 8 p.m. $40 .

Interview: Amaarae found her voice — and the passion to use it

riverboat song chords


  1. Buy "The Riverboat Song" Sheet Music by Ocean Colour Scene for Guitar Tab

    riverboat song chords

  2. Riverboat Shuffle By Bix Beiderbecke Irving Mills

    riverboat song chords

  3. How To Play Riverboat Song By Ocean Colour Scene

    riverboat song chords

  4. The Riverboat Song

    riverboat song chords

  5. The Riverboat Song" Sheet Music by Ocean Colour Scene for Piano/Vocal

    riverboat song chords

  6. Bix Beiderbecke Riverboat Shuffle (arr. Robert Rawlins) Sheet Music

    riverboat song chords


  1. Boat on the River

  2. "Boat's up the river"

  3. I see a boat on the river- CLB NHỊP ĐIỆU VUI

  4. DRUMS Ocean Colour Scene The Riverboat Song SD 480p

  5. Boat on the river

  6. The Riverboat Song Drum Cover


  1. The Riverboat Song Chords

    Song is in 6/8 Transpose -2 for easier chords. If there are any issues, please leave a comment :) [Intro] Bm Bm Em Bm F#m Bm [Verse] Bm I see double up ahead Em Where the riverboat Swayed beneath the sun Bm Is where the river runs red Em Like a king who stalks The wings and shoots a dove Bm And frees an eagle instead F#m G It's more or less the same A As the things that you said Bm I see ...


    Bm D E And anyway for all the things you know A Bm Tell me why does the river not flow D E Anyway for all the things you said A Bm Tell me why does the river run red D E And anyway for all the things you've seen A Bm Tell me when will the river run green A G#m And anyway for all the things you know F#m Bm Tell me why does the river not flow

  3. The Riverboat Song Chords

    The Riverboat Song Chords by Ocean Colour Scene. 32,301 views, added to favorites 1,007 times. Difficulty: intermediate: Capo: no capo: Author baz418222 [a] 95. 1 contributor total, last edit on Jan 28, 2017. View official tab. We have an official The Riverboat Song tab made by UG professional guitarists.

  4. The Riverboat Song Chords by Ocean Colour Scene

    Where the Am riverboat A swayed beneath the F sun. Is where the A river runs Em red E C E. I see dou Am ble A F A that's my Em trouble. Rif. E string: 0 3 5 (x4) - A string: 0 3 5 (x4) I see trouble, up ahead. Where the river boat swayed beneath the sun is where the river runs red. Like a King who stalks the wings and shoots a dove

  5. The Riverboat Song Tab

    The Riverboat Song Tab by Ocean Colour Scene. 98,010 views, added to favorites 1,883 times. Difficulty: intermediate: Capo: no capo: Author -sparky1 [a] 93. 1 contributor total, last edit on Oct 07, 2016. View official tab. We have an official The Riverboat Song tab made by UG professional guitarists. Check out the tab.


    RIVERBOAT SONG Tab by Ocean Colour Scene. Learn to play guitar by chord / tabs using chord diagrams, transpose the key, watch video lessons and much more.

  7. The Riverboat Song Tab by Ocean Colour Scene

    The Riverboat Song Tab. Difficulty (Rhythm): Revised on: 5/9/2023. Ocean Colour Scene. Track: Electric Guitar, LEAD GUITAR - Distortion Guitar . Get Plus for uninterrupted sync with original audio. The Riverboat Song Tab by Ocean Colour Scene. Free online tab player. One accurate version. ...

  8. Ocean Colour Scene

    Hey everyone! I'm sure you're all going to love this one, today we'll be looking at the guitar parts from The Riverboat Song by Ocean Colour Scene, released ...

  9. The Riverboat Song Chords by Ocean Colour Scene

    tell A me, why does the river Bm not flow. And D anyway, for all the things E you said,. tell A me, why does the river run B red. Bm And anyway, D for all the things E you've seen,. tell A me, when will the river run Bm green. And anyway, D for all the things you E know,. tell me, A why does the river not Bm slow. _ _ _ _ _ _ .

  10. Riverboat Song Guitar Lesson With Tab

    Learn how to play The Riverboat Song by Ocean Colour Scene, one of the most iconic Britpop songs of the 90s. This video tutorial covers the chords, riffs, and solos of the song, with clear ...

  11. How To Play Riverboat Song By Ocean Colour Scene

    How To Play Riverboat Song By Ocean Colour Scene - Guitar Lessonhttps://www.yourguitaracademy.comIn this video Dan from Your Guitar Academy will take you thr...


    Many days there ain't nobody home. A E. Many times I wish she was here. C B. Hear that riverboat whistle blow I know she's gettin near. Hey river captain bring my baby home. I guess I'm lonesome since she been gone. She been down in Tupelo workin' that riverboat song.

  13. The Riverboat Song chords by Ocean Colour Scene

    Download the app today and start playing for free. Get access to thousands of guitar chords, tabs, and lyrics for your favorite songs.

  14. The Riverboat Song Ocean Colour Scene Chords and Lyrics for Guitar

    The Riverboat Song Ocean Colour Scene. Key: [----] p=pull off. h=hammer on. b=bend up. l=let down \=slide down /=slide up. v=vibrato ... Guitar chords and guitar tablature made easy. Chordie is a search engine for finding guitar chords and guitar tabs. play their songs; buy their music;

  15. The Riverboat Song chords & tabs by Ocean Colour Scene @ 911Tabs

    Choose and determine which version of The Riverboat Song chords and tabs by Ocean Colour Scene you can play. Last updated on 11.13.2014

  16. Ocean Colour Scene

    Back to rif It's more or less the things you fail to say in your way that's your trouble Like a King who stalks the wings and shoots the moon and the stars And his double

  17. The Riverboat Song Tab

    The Riverboat Song Tab. by Ocean Colour Scene. 1,195 views, added to favorites 21 times. This version is as written by the Trinity Exam Board for Grade 5, this means it has accurate versions of the riffs played without a capo or bar, as well as an accurate solo which is difficult to identify normally to a high level of accuracy.

  18. Ocean Colour Scene

    [Bm E A B G] Chords for Ocean Colour Scene - The Riverboat Song with Key, BPM, and easy-to-follow letter notes in sheet. Play with guitar, piano, ukulele, mandolin or banjo.

  19. Ocean Colour Scene "The Riverboat Song" Guitar Tab in B Minor

    Lyrics Begin: I see double up ahead, where the riverboat swayed beneath the sun is where the river runs red. I see double up ahead, where the riverboat swayed beneath the sun is where the river runs red. Ocean Colour Scene The Riverboat Song Guitar TAB. Includes Guitar TAB for Voice, range: F#4-A5 or Guitar 1, range: E3-F#6 or Guitar 2 or Strum ...

  20. Ocean Colour Scene

    The genre of The Riverboat Song would be rock. Chords for Ocean Colour Scene - The Riverboat Song.: Bm, Em, A, E. Play along with guitar, ukulele, or piano with interactive chords and diagrams. Includes transpose, capo hints, changing speed and much more.

  21. The Riverboat Song

    My acoustic cover of The Riverboat Song by Ocean Colour Scene on guitar so you can learn the chords. My video shows the chords in real time so you can learn ...

  22. "RIVERBOAT SONG" Ukulele Tabs by Ocean Colour Scene on UkuTabs

    Intro: Bm Bm Em Bm Gbm Bm Verse: Bm I see double up ahead Em Where the riverboat Swayed beneath the sun Bm Is where the river runs red Em Like a king who stalks The wings and shoots a dove Bm And frees an eagle instead Gbm G It's more or less the same A As the things that you said Bm I see trouble up the road Em Like the things you found In love are by the way Bm And like to cheat on your soul ...

  23. RIVERBOAT SONG CHORDS by J.J. Cale @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com

    There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. Create and get +5 IQ. [Intro] E A E C B E E A E C B E [Verse 1] E I hear a whistle, I hear a moan A Must be my baby coming home E C B E She's been down in Tupelo singin' that riverboat song E She is a dancer, a river queen A She teach them gamblers most anything E C B E She been down in Tupelo ...

  24. The 25 best things to do in D.C. this weekend and next week

    March Madness gets underway at 12:15 p.m., and once your bracket's finished, it's time to start planning where you're "working from home" while following your picks.

  25. TEARS IN THE RIVER CHORDS by Maddox Batson @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com

    By helping UG you make the world better... and earn IQ Create correction