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Shivaree - Fat Lady Of Limbourg tab

This is a cover of an old Brian Eno song, done by Shivaree.  This is about as original
a remake can get, in my opinion, and it's a great tune.
This version of the song is in Bmi.  The tuning's standard.  I've included the keyboard
bass part at the end (though they're not perfect), in case you're interested.
Enjoy!


Intro
e |--------14----12------10-------------------14------12-----------||
B |---12--------------------10-----------12------------------------||
G |----------------------------------------------------------------||
D |----------------------------------------------------------------||
A |----------------------------------------------------------------||
E |----------------------------------------------------------------||

e |--------12----10------------------------------------------------||
B |---10------------------10~-/--12~~------------------------------||
G |----------------------------------------------------------------||
D |----------------------------------------------------------------||
A |----------------------------------------------------------------||
E |----------------------------------------------------------------||


Verse
e |----------------------------------------------------------------||
B |----------3-----------------------------3-----------------------||
G |-------4-----------------------------4--------------------------||
D |----4-----------------------------4-----------------------------||
A |----------------------------------------------------------------||
E |----------------------------------------------------------------||
       (Bmi)                         (Bmi)

Interlude/Outro
e |---------14----12---(14--10)-------------------14----12---(14--10)--||
B |----12----------------------------10~-/--12-------------------------||
G |--------------------------------------------------------------------||
D |--------------------------------------------------------------------||
A |--------------------------------------------------------------------||
E |--------------------------------------------------------------------||

e |-----------------12----10---(12--10)----------------------------||
B |----12~-/--10-----------------------------10~-/--12~~~----------||
G |----------------------------------------------------------------||
D |----------------------------------------------------------------||
A |----------------------------------------------------------------||
E |----------------------------------------------------------------||

**Notes in parentheses are optional.  They're not actually played on the track,
(or they're very muted if they are,) but they follow the same notes as the piano
version of the same riff.

**To duplicate the sound of the notes in the intro and the interlude, pluck the
string rather hard, then choke it off by placing your palm against it.


++BASS TRACK++

Intro
G |--------------------------------------------------||
D |--------------------------------------------------||
A |--------------------------------------------------||
E |--77--77--77--77--77--77--77--77--55--66--77--77--||

Verse/Interlude/Outro
G |----------------------------------||
D |----------------------------------||
A |----------------------------------||
E |--77--77--77--77--55--66--77--77--||

Chorus
G |------------------||
D |------------------||  **I'm not 100% sure
A |------------------||    if these are the
E |--55--66--77--77--||    right notes (I can't
                           hear it very well),
                           but I'm assuming they
                           are.

++KEYBOARD TRACK++

I'm no ace at playing keyboards or anything, and I hardly have a good ear for them,
but this is my interpretation of the keyboard track.  If the bass and guitar tracks
that I've transposed are correct, then this should accompany them fine.

Chorus

   Ami      Bbmi        Bmi
 (A C E)  (Bb Db F)   (B D F#)

**After the Bmi is played, I like to sort of "pull off" the D and F#, and play the B
alone for about half a second.  Not necessary, but it's a nice effect.


Interlude/Outro

  "That's what they'll pay for..."
B   F#     D     E      D   A

  "That's what they'll pay for..."
B   F#     D     E      D   B

  "That's what they'll pay for you..."
A   E      D     Eb     Db  A   B


Well, that's all.  Any questions or comments:  Alec2525@msn.com

Thanks!
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