page contents

Contact ME

Use the form on the right to contact me. I will get back to you as quick as possible.


Copenhagen
Denmark

Here you will find my collection of accurate and detailed transcriptions as Guitar tabs + Piano sheets + Bass tabs with Chords and Lyrics that will teach how to Play Like The Greats.

"11:07 PM" by Dizzy Mizz Lizzy || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Lyrics

Dizzy Mizz Lizzy

"11:07 PM" by Dizzy Mizz Lizzy || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Lyrics

"11:07 PM" by Dizzy Mizz Lizzy || Guitar Tabs + Chords + Lyrics
"11:07 PM" by Dizzy Mizz Lizzy || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Lyrics
"11:07 PM" by Dizzy Mizz Lizzy || Guitar Tabs + Chords + Lyrics
"11:07 PM" by Dizzy Mizz Lizzy || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Lyrics

"11:07 PM" by Dizzy Mizz Lizzy || Guitar + Bass: Tabs + Chords + Lyrics

3.00

including:
 2 Electric Guitars: sheet music/score + tabs + chords + lyrics
Electric Bass: sheet music/score + tab + chords
 Digital Audio files: midi + xml + mp3


also check out the full album collections:
  • Forward in Reverse (album collection)
  • Rotator (album collection)
  • Dizzy Mizz Lizzy (album collection)
  • The Best of Dizzy Mizz Lizzy (album collection)

Add To Cart


song: 11:07 PM
artist: Dizzy Mizz Lizzy
album: Rotator (1996)
writers: Music by Tim Christensen / Lyrics by Tim ChristensenNic Wastell

electric guitars: Tim Christensen
electric bass: Martin Nielsen

This song is about the tragic death of the John Lennon. It is recalling the sad atmosphere after Lennon was shot and killed late in the evening, the 8th of December 1980. The song title "11:07 PM" refers to the time at which he was medically pronounced dead.

The way I got turned on to music was through my father's record collection, and The Beatles albums dominated that record collection. He was always playing Beatles' stuff when I was a little kid. And it just turned me on, right from when I was two or three years old. But I have always been to the Paul McCartney-side of The Beatles; you always have to choose if you are a Lennon or a McCartney-guy. And it's always been McCartney; it is just a couple of years ago that I turned around, because John Lennon is a lot more 'serious'." - Tim Christensen