Buckingham Lindsey - Go Insane tab

Lindsey Buckingham - Go Insane 
From the album "Go Insane," 1984
Tabulated by Reed Peterson

*Standard Tuning*

CHORDS 

C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D#e|---4--- e|---3--- e|---8--- e|---6---B|---6--- B|---4--- B|---9--- B|---8---G|---5--- G|---3--- G|---10-- G|---8---D|---6--- D|---5--- D|---10-- D|---8---A|---4--- A|---3--- A|---8--- A|---6---E|---4--- E|---3--- E|---8--- E|---6---
INTRO - Strum out the progression . . . [C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm] X4 VERSE 1 Fm D# Fm Two kinds of people in this world Fm D# Fm Winners; losers Fm D# Fm I lost my power in this world Fm D# Fm 'Cause I did not use it CHORUS 1 C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm So I go insane C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm Like I always do C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm And I call your name C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm She's a lot like you VERSE 2 Fm D# Fm Two kinds of trouble in this world Fm D# Fm Livin'; dyin' Fm D# Fm I lost my power in this world Fm D# Fm And the rumors are flyin' CHORUS 2 C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm So I go insane C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm Like I always do C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm And I call your name C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm She's a lot like you C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm Yes, I go insane C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm Like I always do C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm And I call your name C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm She's a lot like you ODD INTERLUDE - This happens immediately after the second chorus; a bunch of interesting sound effects are applied over the basic chord progression of the song. As in "INTRO," strum out . . . [C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm] X4 FINAL CHORUS C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm So I go insane C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm Like I always do C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm And I call your name C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm She's a lot like you C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm Yes, I go insane C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm Like I always do C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm And I call your name C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm She's a lot like you C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm She's a lot like you C#maj7 Cm7 Fm D# Fm She's a lot like you OUTRO - This happens immediately after Lindsey's last "She's a lot like you." Just strum out the chord progression of "INTRO" and "INTERLUDE" over and over again, until the song fades out. NOTE: It sounds as if multiple guitar parts were overlayed in the recording - for example, during "INTRO," the chord "Fm" may be heard in addition to every "Cmaj7." The sound is delightfully "liquidy."
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