As performed by Art Alexakis on his 1997 Solo Tour Dates
Originally performed by Neil Young
Tabbed by Brett Paragow (Bretparago@aol.com)

1st Note: The following version is as was done by Art on his 4/4/97 and 
4/13/97 solo show dates.  Whether or not he modified it afterwards or 
beforehand is beyond me...

2nd Note:  On the last line of the second verse, replace the D/A with the D/A 
(2) chord.

Chords Used:

Dmaj7add9/A (herein referred to as D/A (2) - X00220
D - XX2320
A - X02220
G - 320033
D/A - X02320
A/E - 002220
Bm - X24432
E - 022100

Intro - w/ Strumming Pattern:



Did I see you down in a young girl's town
With your momma in so much pain?
I was almost there at the top of the stairs
With her screamin' in the rain

Chorus (This part is just plain strummed; there's no real rhythm like in the 

             D              A        G         D 
Did they wake you up to tell you that
           D/A         D       A         A/E
There'd been a change in plans
               G             A            Bm         E
Oh dream up, dream up, let me fill your cup
           D            D/A          D        D/A
With the promise of a man

2nd Verse:

Did I see you walking with the boys 
Thought it was not hand in hand
And was some black face in a lonely place
When you could understand?


3rd Verse:

Will I see you give more than I could take?
Will I only harvest some?
As the days fly past, could we lose our grasp
Or fuse it in the sun?

Last two lines of chorus.

That's it.  Email me at Bretparago@aol.com if you have any questions.

Suggestion from Jerad (JERADS3D@aol.com)

    I've been listening to a MP3 of Harvest as covered by Art at a live
event. I kept trying to play along with the MP3 but it never would sound
right. I pulled out my Capo and put it on the second fret. Then starting off
with an A chord matches perfectly. The next chord is a bar chord starting on
the 9th fret 5th string and then sliding this position up to the 7th fret.
I've been trying to figure it out from there but I'm kinda stuck. I think
there may be a chord I'm missing but I cannot decipher it. 

Jerad Wayne Pitts

JASON'S EVERCLEAR TABS - http://members.tripod.com/~panec/