Days Of The New - Solitude tab

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From: "Steve Becker" 
Subject: d/days_of_the_new/solitude.crd
Date: Wed, 22 Apr 1998 15:31:27 EDT

'Solitude' By Days of the New
Written by Travis Meeks
Tabbed by Steve Becker (1/28/98)

Tuning: Standard (maybe dropped a half-step)

Part 'A':-------------------------------------------------|-------0-----------0---0-------0---0-------------|-----4---4-------4---4-------4---4-------4-----4-|---2-------2---2-----------2-----------2-----2---|-------------------------3-----------2-----3-----|-0-----------3-----------------------------------|
Part 'B':------------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------------|-----4-----4-----4-----4-----4-----4-----4-----4----4-|---2-----2-----2-----2-----2-----2-----2-----2-----2--|-------------------0-----2-----------------1-----2----|-0-----2-----3-----------------0-----3----------------|
---------------------------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------|-----4-----4-----4-----4-----4-----4------4------4-|---2-----2-----2-----2-----2-----2------2------2---|-------------0-----2------------------3------2-----|-0-----3-----------------0-----3-------------------|
Part 'C':------------------------------------------------|------------------------------------------------|-----4-----4-----4-----4----4-----4-----4-----4-|---2-----2-----2-----2----2-----2-----2-----2---|-------------0-----2----------------1-----2-----|-2-----3-----------------0----3-----------------|
-------------------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------------|-----4-----4-----4-----4-----4-----4-----4-----4-|---2-----2-----2-----2-----2-----2-----2-----2---|-------------0-----2-----------------3-----2-----|-0-----3-----------------0-----3-----------------|
Part 'D':-------------------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------------|-----4-----4-----4-----4-----4-----4-----4-----4-|---2-----2-----2-----2-----2-----2-----2-----2---|-------------1-----2-----------------3-----2-----|-0-----3-----------------0-----3-----------------|
Part 'E':-------------------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------------|-------2-----------0-----------4-----------0-----|-----2---2-------2---2-------2---2-------2---2---|---2-----------2-----------2-----------2---------|-0---------0-0---------0-0---------0-0---------0-|
-------------------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------------|-------2-----------0-----------4-----------0-----|-----2---2-------2---2-------2---2-------2---2---|---2-----------2-----------2-----------2-------2-|-0---------0-0---------0-0---------0-0-----------|
Here is the arrangement: A x 4 Intro -- B, C | |**C x 2** 1st Verse | D x 4 " " | E Bridge -- B, A x 4 Chorus -- B, C 2nd Verse | D x 4 " " | E Bridge -- B, A x 4 Chorus A x 5 Chorus/Solo B Outro
End riff:-------------------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------------|-----0-------------------------------------------|-0h2---2p0h2-------------------------------------|-------------0h2---------------------------------|-----------------3-3/5-3-0-----------------------|
Notes: Again, I separated the verses to emphasize the musical structure of the song, and the places where the music repeats. You can notice that in the 1st Verse, there is a section added (C x 2) that is not in the 2nd Verse. That was to give more space between the Intro and the 1st Verse. Section A is always followed by section B, and because section B has an extra beat in it, the song can't go back and start the Verse on part B (without being very obvious). So, part C is just played an extra 2 times. The Bass line is very sneaky because even though some of the notes change from measure to measure, they only change by a half-step! If you turn up the bass on your stereo and listen closely, you'll understand. Playing just the bass notes along with the song makes it even easier to spot. Enjoy! Lyrics: Intro You are, you are, you are you (x4) 1st Verse You are plain insane Inside you live Tonight Afraid the pain will give Don't you want to feel Death has done your part You chose not to feel You've won a lonely heart The devil opens his eyes He breathes right into your face If you like the smell You'll really like this place You'll really like this place (x2) Chorus You'll really like this PLACE, Are you ready to SHAKE? Don't be afraid of the SNAKE, Will to negotiate... You are, you are, you are you Get used to it. Open... The same don't appeal, but it will You are, you are, you are you 2nd Verse Live to live To die, inside you will Anticipate solitude Follow me back home No other place to go no need to smile or get stoned You'll always be alone The devil opens his eyes He breathes right into your face If you like the smell You'll really like this place 2nd Chorus You'll always be alone Your body stripped down to the bone No breath to scream out or moan No freedom, nowhere to run You are, you are, you are you Get used to it. Open... The same don't appeal but it will You are, you are, you are you Repeat last 4 lines of the Chorus twice Solitude, solitude... Here is how Chris York (dyork@parlorcity.com) thinks part 'A' is played:
Part "A"|---------0-----------0-----0---------0-----0-------------||-------0---0-------0-----0---------0-----0-------0-----0-||-----0-----------0-----0---------0-----0-----------------||---2-----------2---------------2----------------2----0---||-----------------------------3----------------0----2-----||-0-----------2-------------------------------------------|
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