Stone Temple Pilots Seven Caged Tigers tab
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There are some additional notes after this layout on the way certain things are fingered. This edition is a bit of a hybrid of the album version and the acoustic version played on the Howard Stern show...Listen to the song, and match up what I have here, and it's a really easy piece to add to your collection. Intro: G Bm E D C B Verse 1: Em D C Pass the time kickin' as time rips by G Bm E Neither goose nor the gander fly G Bm E Buy a minute spend an hour burnin', burnin' D C B Take a peek as the model earns it, earns it Em D C Walk a mile as it keeps crawlin', crawlin' G Bm E Kill the politician and wash it with everpure Chorus: Ebmaj7 Bb So the answer gets harder, harder Ebmaj7 Bb And the truth's getting farther and farther Ebmaj7 Bb And the bottle keep churnin', and churnin' Ebmaj7 Bb B Seven caged tigers fly by, fly by... Verse 2: G Bm E Wastin' time chasing those cows that fly D C B Churnin' out all of that butterfly sugarboost Em D C Track the blade as it pulls downward, onward G Bm E Take the pill it'll kill the martyrs, martyrs G Bm E Passin' time rippin as time kicks by. D C B Pass the umbilical cord down for a fly-by Em D C Take a sneak where the model earns it, earns it G Bm E Hike a mile as it keeps crawlin', crawlin' Repeat Chorus Bridge/Solo G Bm E , A F , Bm C (hold C two measures) repeat ...............C (walk down Bm, Bb) Repeat Chorus NOTES: On the E major chords, hammer on G string 2nd fret as in song. The first C major in verses is played (-32030) Second C major in verses is played (-32033), and walks middle finger down to B note. The B major in the verses has a little walkup to it as well; the little finger slides up one fret and then the F# on the bottom string is accented. You've really just got to listen to the song to get the feel of where the hammers, slides, etc are. Also, in the acoustic version I've heard, a barred D minor chord can be used in place of the Bb major. It's a nice variation and can even be switched back and forth as you play the chorus. Hope this helps!