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Marillion - Cover My Eyes tab

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Subject: TAB: Marillion - Cover My Eyes
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Here are parts of the tab for "Cover My Eyes" from Holidays in Eden
by Marillion

The parts I am providing are repeated with some variation through the
song...  You should be able to figure out what goes where rather easy.
This may be off just a bit, but it sounds okay to me.

   -Dan Newcombe
    STDN@VM.MARIST.EDU


Cover My Eyes  by  Marillion

(Capo at 2nd Fret.  Frets indicated are actual frets with or without
 capo)


The first part is the intro to the song and played during the verse.

(Mute the B string.   There is delay on Steve's guitar)
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---5--5-5---3--3-3---2--2-2--3--3-3---5--5-5---3--3-3---2--2-2--------
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This is the part that is played during the "chorus"

(Distorted Guitar - Chords)
               E           F              C#       D
She's like the girl in the movie when the spitfire falls.

After the chorus, instead of the main rythym, he just plays the
chords through a few times, and then goes back to the rythym.
  E..D..C#..D

that is about it...as for the solo, I don't copy solo's.  I think
the beginning part where he is doing the volume swells is

   ----12/B/14--12--10--9--5
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