Bobcaygeon" is a song by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It was released in February 1999 as a single from their sixth album, Phantom Power, and has come to be recognized as one of the band's most enduring and beloved signature songs. The song is named after Bobcaygeon, Ontario, a town in the Kawartha Lakes region about 160 km (100 mi) northeast of Toronto
Phantom Power is the sixth studio album by the Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. The album was released in 1998. It won the 1999 Juno Awards for Best Rock Album and Best Album Design. The album's first single, "Poets", reached on RPM's alternative chart, and stayed for 12 weeks straight, longer than any other song in the history of that chart. Bobcaygeon" was also released as a single, and won the Juno Award for Single of the Year in 2000.
The Tragically Hip – Bobcaygeon. I left your house this morning 'Bout a quarter after nine Coulda been the Willie Nelson Coulda been the wine. When I left your house this morning, It was a little after nine It was in Bobcaygeon, I saw the constellations Reveal themselves, one star at time. Drove back to town this morning With working on my mind I thought of maybe quittin' Thought of leavin' it behind.
Learn to play 'Bobcaygeon' easy by The Tragically Hip with guitar tabs and chord diagrams. Title: Bobcaygeon Album: Phantom Power Tabbed by: Chris Dickson EE-mail: nocturne81ail. Tuning: Open GG (low to high) DD GG DD GG BB DD. All the tabs out there for this song have the correct chord progression, however none of are in the tuning that the song is actually played in. I learned this from a friend had the sheet music and this is my interpretation of it. There's much more to it than have here, but this is the idea.
The Tragically Hip - Bobcaygeon. Artist: The Tragically Hip. Album: Phantom Power, 1998. The third single from the album "Phantom Power" from 1998. One of the greatest songs of all time and one of my favourite top ten Tragically Hip songs, it even won a Juno in the category "Single Of The Year" in 2000. Has been played on. Canada 243. X 9. FM. 14. The ROCK.
Key: G. Author mikezanier 232. 2 contributors total. It was in Bobcaygeon I saw the constellations. G. Am. Reveal themselves one star at a time.
We sought answers to the Tragically Hip’s enigmatic song, but the real clue is in the people who call the quiet town home. BOBCAYGEON, ON. It’s Saturday in Bobcaygeon and a rumour is circulating that Bolton Street will be closed Aug. 20, with a giant screen set up to live broadcast The Tragically Hip’s final act on the CBC. People are meandering past sale-priced shoes and outerwear down this central artery at the usual pace as the big news breaks, licking the world’s best ice cream, giving one another the small town wave, stopping to chat if you asked.