Decemberists - Picaresque chords

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This is a collaboration of tabs by different users to form the album Picaresque.
 All credit is properly given.
 I only add chords to finish the songs, and correct the capo a little.
 Without these users, this tab would be nothing.

I have set the songs all up with a roman numeral,
 so all that you have to do to find the song that you want is hit control 
(or command on macs) F. Note: remember to type . after the number when 
searching it.

I. The Infanta
II. We Both Go down Together
III. Eli, The Barrow Boy
IV. The Sporting Life
V. The Bagman's Gambit
VI. From My Own True Love (Lost At Sea)
VII. 16 Military Wives
VIII. The Engine Driver
IX. On the Bus Mall
X. The Mariner's Revenge Song
XI. Of Angels and Angles

I. The Infanta
Tabbed By: Unregistered

EHere she comes in her palanquin on the back of an elephant
F EOn a bed made of linen and sequins and silk
All astride on her father's line with the king and his concubines
F EAnd her nurse with her pitchers of liquors and milk
G D EAnd we'll all come praise the infanta
G D EAnd we'll all come praise the infanta
EAmong five score pachyderm each canopied and passengered
F ESit the duke and the duchess's luscious young girls
Within sight of the baronness seething spite for this live largesse
F EOn her side sits the baron, her barrenness barbs her
G D EAnd we'll all come praise the infanta
G D EAnd we'll all come praise the infanta
(Interlude:) Em D Em D Am Bb F
FA phalanx on camel back, thirty ranks on a forward tack
F# FFollowed close, their shiny bright standards are waving
While behind in their coach in fours ride the wives of the king of bores
F# FAnd the veiled young virgin, the prince's betrothed
Ab Eb FAnd we'll all come praise the infanta
Ab Eb FAnd we'll all come praise the infanta
E FAnd as she sits upon her place
E FHer innocence laid on her face
Bb FFrom all atop the parapets blow a multitude of coronets
Bb FMelodies rhapsodical and fair
Bb FAnd all our hearts afire, the sky ablaze with cannonfire
E FWe all raise our voices to the air
ETo the air
EAnd above all this folderol on a bed made of chaparral
F EShe is laid, a coronal placed on her brow
And the babe all in slumber dreams of a place filled with quiet streams
F EAnd a lake where her cradle was pulled from the water
G D EAnd we'll all come praise the infanta
G D EAnd we'll all come praise the infanta
G D EAnd we'll all come praise the infanta
End: G D E G D E G D E II. We Both Go Down Together Tabbed By: Unregistered
(Am riff:)--0--0--0-0--0-0--0--0--|--1--1--0h1--0h1--1--0--|--2--2--2-2--2-2--2--0--|--2--2--2-2--2-2--2--2--|--0--0--0-0--0-0--0--2--|---------------------0--|
Intro: Am riff Am riff
AmHere on these cliffs of Dover
EmSo high you can't see over
AmAnd while your head is spinning
EmHold tight, it's just beginning
Am riff Am riff
AmYou come from parents wanton
EmA childhood rough and rotten
AmI come from wealth and beauty
Em GUntouched by work or duty
C Em F GAnd oh, my love, my love
C Em FAnd oh, my love, my love
E Am riffWe both go down together
Am riff
AmI found you a tattooed tramp
EmA dirty daughter from the labor camps
AmI laid you down in the grass of a clearing
Em GYou wept but your soul was willing
C Em F GAnd oh, my love, my love
C Em FAnd oh, my love, my love
E FWe both go down together
AmAnd my parents will never consent to this love
F G EAnd I hold your hand
AmMeet me on my vast veranda
EmMy sweet untouched Miranda
AmAnd while the seagulls are crying
Em GWe fall but our souls are flying
C Em F GAnd oh, my love, my love
C Em F GAnd oh, my love, my love
C Em F GAnd oh, my love, my love
C Em FAnd oh, my love, my love
E AmWe both go down together
III. Eli, The Barrow Boy Tabbed By: gabrielhp CAPO 4 INTRO Am Am Then repeat if you want
e|----0------------------------0--------------------------------------------|B|----1------------------------1--------------------------------------------|G|----2--================>-----2--------------------------------------------|D|----2------------------------2--------------------------------------------|A|----0------------------------0--------------------------------------------|E|------------------------0---3---------------------------------------------| Strum for first 3 beats then do second part, you can throw the second part in before each verse or even before each Am , wherever you see fit
AmEli, the barrow boy
COf the old town
AmSells coal and marigolds
CAs he cries out
G AmAll down the day
AmBelow the tamaracks
CHe is crying:
AmCorn cobs and candle wax
Cfor the buying
G AmAll down the day
F C“Would I could afford to buy my love a fine robe
F AmMade of gold and silk Arabian thread
F CBut she is dead and gone and lying in a pine grove
G AmAnd I must push my barrow all the day
G AmAnd I must push my barrow all the day”
AmEli, the barrow boy
AmWhen they found him
AmDressed all in corduroy
CHe had drowned in
G AmThe river down the way
AmThey laid his body down
Cin a churchyard
Am But still when the moon is out
CWith his push cart
G AmHe calls down the day
F C“Would I could afford to buy my love a fine gown
F AmMade of gold and silk Arabian thread
F CBut I am dead and gone and lying in a church ground
G AmAnd still I push my barrow all the day
G AmStill I push my barrow all the day”
IV. The Sporting Life Tabbed By:Hankjwimbleton
Gmaj7I fell on the playing field
Emthe work of an errant heel
Cadd9the din of the crowd and the loud commotion
Am Dsus2went deafening silence and stopped emotion
Gmaj7the season was almost done
Emwe managed it 12 to 1
Cadd9so far I had known no humiliation
Am Dsus2in front of my friends and close relations
Cmaj7 Gmaj7There's my father looking on
Cmaj7 Gmaj7and there's my girlfriend arm in arm
Emwith the captain of the other team
Cadd9and all of this is clear to me
Dsus2 Cadd9they condescend and fix on me a frown
Am Dsus2how they love
Gmaj7the sporting life
Gmaj7And father had had such hopes
Emfor a son who would take the ropes
Cadd9and fulfill all his old athletic aspirations
Am Dsus2but apparently now there's some complications
Gmaj7but while I am lying here
Emtrying to fight the tears
Cadd9I'll prove to the crowd that I come out stronger
Am Dsus2though I think I might lie here a little longer
Cmaj7 Gmaj7There's my coach he's looking down
Cmaj7 Gmaj7the disappointment in his knitted brow
EmI should've known he thinks again
Cadd9I never should have put him in
Dsus2 Cadd9he turns and loads the lemonade away
Am Dsus2and breathes in deep
Gmaj7the sporting life
Emthe sporting life
Cadd9the sporting life
Gmaj7how he loves...
Bridge/Bass Solo: Gmaj7 Em Cadd9 Gmaj7
Cmaj7 Gmaj7There's my father looking on
Cmaj7 Gmaj7and there's my girlfriend arm in arm
Emwith the captain of the other team
Cadd9and all of this is clear to me
Dsus2 Cadd9they condescend and fix on me a frown
Am Dsus2how they love
Gmaj7the sporting life
Emthe sporting life
Cadd9the sporting life
Gmaj7how they love...
Outro: Gmaj7 Em Cadd9 Gmaj7 Gmaj7 Em Cadd9 Gmaj7 EADGBE Gmaj7:354433 Em: 022000 Cadd9:x32030 Am: 577555 Dsus2:x57755 Cmaj7:x32000 or 332000 V. Bagman's Gambit Tabbed By: Unregistered Note: Section "I" here has many variations. Try them all and play the one you like!
Ie|--0--0-0--0-0--------------|B|--5--3-3--0-0--0-0--0-0-0--|G|--4--0-0--0-0--0-0--4-4-0--|D|--2--2-2--2-2--2-2--2-2-2--|A|--3--3-3--3-3--3-3--3-3-3--|E|---------------------------|
OR
Ie|-0---0-0---0-0---0-0-2-2-0----|B|-1---3-3---0-0---1-1-1-1-1----|G|-0---0-0---0-0---0-0-0-0-0----|D|-2---2-2---2-2---2-2-2-2-2----|A-------------------------------|E|------------------------------|
OR
e--3---3-3---3-3---3-3-3-3-3----|B--5---3-3---0-0---5-5-7-7-5----|G--5---5-5---5-5---5-5-5-5-5----|D-------------------------------|A-------------------------------|E-------------------------------|
IIe|--------------------------|B|--1--0-0--3-3--0-0--1-1-0-|G|--2--2-2--2-2--2-2--2-2-2-|D|--2--2-2--2-2--2-2--2-2-2-|A|--------------------------|E|--------------------------|
(Intro:) I I I On the lam from the law I On the steps of the capital I I You shot a plainclothes cop on the ten o'clock II And I saw momentarily II I They flashed a photograph, it couldn't be you II You'd been abused so horribly II I I But you were there in some anonymous room I And I recall that fall I I was working for the government I I And in a bathroom stall off the national mall II How we kissed so sweetly II I How could I refuse a favor or two II And for a tryst in the greenery II I I I gave you documents and microfilm too
GAnd from my ten floor tenement
AmWhere once our bodies lay
CHow I longed to hear you say
Cm G"No they'll never catch me now
CmNo they'll never catch me
Am FNo they cannot catch me now
E FWe will escape somehow
FmSomehow, oh"
I I I It was late one night I I was awoken by the telephone I I I heard a strangled cry on the end of the line II Purloined in Petrograd II I They were suspicious of where your loyalties lay II So I paid off a bureaucrat II I I To convince your captors there to secret you away
GAnd at the gate of the embassy
AmOur hands met through the bars
CAs your whisper stilled my heart
Cm G"No they'll never catch me now
CmNo they'll never catch me
Am FNo they cannot catch me now
E FWe will escape somehow
FmSomehow, oh"
(Interlude:) C B C B G
GAnd I dreamt one night
F#You were there in form
GHands held high
F#In uniform
GOh
F#Oh
I I I It was ten years on I When you resurfaced in a motorcar
I CAnd with the wave of an arm you were there and gone
VI. From My own True Love (Lost At Sea) Tabbed By: TimMobbs Tuning: Standard EADGBE Capo 3rd fret For real beginners, i have written out the tablature of the chords, with a few of the from the first line of each verse to keep you on track, it also gives you an idea of the as well. for guitarists who already know their chords, go straight to the bottom for the list with the lyrics :) Enjoy! Intro:
e|-0-0--|B|-1-1--|G|-2-2--|D|-2-2--|A|-0-0--|E|------|
Verse Riff A:
e|------0-0---0-0----0-0----0--3-|B|------1-1---1-1----1-1----1--3-|G|------2-2---2-2----2-2----2--0-| Repeat Riff A once moreD|------2-2---2-2----2-2----2--0-|A|----0-0-0---0-0--0-0-0----0--2-|E|-----------0------------0---3--|
Verse Riff B:
Four|Score|Ye--ars...| 1st Time Bare|-------|0-0--|----0-0---|--0-0--0-0--3-3--0-0--0-0---0-0-|---0--3-----|B|-------|1-1--|----1-1---|--1-1--1-1--2-2--1-1--1-1---1-0-|---1--3-----|G|-------|2-2--|----2-2---|--2-2--2-2--3-3--2-2--2-1---2-2-|---2--0-----|D|-------|2-2--|----2-2---|--2-2--2-2--0-0--2-2--2-2---2-2-|---2--0-----|A|---0---|0-0--|----0-0---|-0-----0-0------0-----0-0-0-0-0-|---0--2-----|E|-------|-----|0---------|------0--------------0----------|-0---3------|
Play riff B twice, but on the second time around, instead of playing the 1st time bar, the second time bar, which is just below here, and then go into the chorus.
2nd Time Bar:e|---0-------|B|---0-------|G|---0-------|D|---2-------|A|---2-------|E|-0---2-----|
Chorus Riff A
Mister| Postma--n | 1st Time Bar (chorus)e|---3---3-|-----3---3-|---3-3---3-3---0-0---0-0-|---0---0------------|B|---3---3-|-----3---3-|---3-3---3-3---1-1---1-1-|---1---0------------|G|---0---0-|-----0---0-|---0-0---0-0---2-2---2-2-|---2---0------------|D|---0---0-|-----0---0-|---0-0---0-0---2-2---2-2-|---2---2------------|A|---2---2-|-----2---2-|---2-2---2-2-0-0-0---0-0-|-0-----2------------|E|-3-3---3-|-3---3---3-|-3-3-3-3-3-3-------0-----|-----0---2----------|
Play the Chorus Riff A, then the 1st Time bar (Chorus), play the Chorus Riff A once but instead of playing the second Time Bar (chorus) play the 2nd Time Bar (chorus)and go chorus riff B.
2nd Time Bar (choruse|---1-1---1-1---1-1----1-1--|B|---1-1---1-1---1-1----1-1--|G|---2-2---2-2---2-2----2-2--|D|---3-3---3-3---3-3----3-3--|A|---3-3---3-3---3-3----3-3--|E|-1-----1-----1------1------|
Chorus Riff B
own| true| love| |Lost| at|sea| (lost|at|e|----|-0-0-|---0-|-0---0-0---0-0-|----|-3-|3--|---3-3---3-3-|----|--|B|----|-1-1-|---1-|-1---1-1---1-1-|----|-3-|3--|---3-3---3-3-|----|--|G|----|-2-2-|---2-|-2---2-2---2-2-|----|-0-|0--|---0-0---0-0-|----|--|D|----|-2-2-|---2-|-2---2-2---2-2-|----|-0-|0--|---0-0---0-0-|----|--|A|-0--|-0-0-|---0-|-0-0-0-0---0-0-|----|-2-|2--|---2-2---2-2-|----|3-|E|----|-----|-0---|---------0-----|-3--|-3-|3--|-3-3-3-3-3-3-|-3--|--|
The rest of the song is the following: Verse Riff A 1st Time Bar Verse Riff A 2nd Time Bar Chorus Riff A 1st Time Bar (chorus) Chorus Riff B 2nd Time Bar (chorus) Finish off by repeating the Verse Riff A, and the 1st Time Bar as many times as you and finishing on on Am chord (the chord in the intro) Chords: Am Am/E Am Am/E
Am Am/E Am Am/E DFour score years, living down in this rain swept town.
Am Am/E Am Am/E
Am Am/E Am Am/E DSea salt tears, swimming round as the rain comes down.
G Am Am/EMister Postman, do you have a letter for me?
G Am Am/E FMister Postman, do you have a letter for me? A letter for me?
Am Am/E G G C
AmFrom my own true love, lost at sea. (lost at sea)
The rest of the song is a repeat of what is already there, it shouldn't take too much effort to figure out :) VII. 16 Military Wives Tabbed By: GuitarJKH Standard tuning. No capo. Here's the chords required for the song: E G A B C# D
e ---0----3----0----2----4----2---B ---0----0----2----4----5----3---G ---1----0----2----4----6----2---D ---2----0----2----4----6----0---A ---2----2----0----2----4----x---E ---0----3----x----x----4----x---
Lyrics and chords: Intro: E, E, E, E
E G Sixteen military wives
A E Thirty-two softly focused brightly colored eyes
E G Staring at the natural tan
A E Of thirty-two gently clenching wrinkled little hands
A B Seventeen company men
C# D A Out of which only twelve will make it back again
E G Seargeant sent a letter to five
A E Military wives, his tears drip down to ten little eyes
B Cheer them on to their rivals
A E A E B Cause America can, and America can't say no
A E A E B And America does, if America says it's so
B It's so
( D O N T P L A Y H E R E ) And the anchorperson on TV goes
E La de da de da
E G Fifteen celebrity mimes
A E Leaving their fifteen sorted wretched checkered lives
E G Will they find the solution in time
A E Using their fifteen pristine moderate liberal minds
A B Eighteen academy chairs
C# D A Out of which only seven really even care
E G Doling out a garment to five
A E Celebrity mimes, they're humbly taken by surprise
B Cheer them on to their rivals
A E A E B Cause America can, and America can't say no
A E A E B And America does, if America says it's so
B It's so
( D O N T P L A Y H E R E ) And the anchorperson on TV goes
E La de da de da de di de di de da
E La de da de da de di de di de da
Bridge: E, G, A, E, E, G, A, E
A B Fourteen cannibal kings
C# D A Wondering blindly what the dinner bell will bring
E G Fifteen celebrity mimes
A E Served on a leafy bed of sixteen military wives
B Cheer them on to their rivals
A E A E B Cause America can, and America can't say no
A E A E B And America does, if America says it's so
B It's so
( D O N T P L A Y H E R E ) And the anchorperson on TV goes
E La de da de da de di de di de da
E La de da de da de di de di de da
E La de da de da de di de di de da
E De da de da de di de di de da
E De da de da de di de di de da
Outro: E, G, A, E, E, G, A, E, E, G, A, E Well, that's it. Special thanks to Dan Quinn. Enjoy! Tabbed by Jeff H. VIII. The Engine Driver Tabbed By: joho
Intro:e|--0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0--B|--3-3-3-3-3-3-3-0--G|--0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0--D|--4-4-4-4-4-4-4-2-- (x2)A|--5-5-5-5-5-5-5-3--E|-------------------
Cmaj7 Em BmI'm an engine driver
Cmaj7 G DOn a long run, on a long run
Cmaj7 Em BmWould I were beside her
Cmaj7 G DShe's a long one, such a long one
Cmaj7 G D Cmaj7 Em BmAnd if you don't love me let me go
Cmaj7 G D Cmaj7 Em BmAnd if you don't love me let me go
Cmaj7 Em BmI'm a county lineman
Cmaj7 G DOn the highline, on the highline
Cmaj7 Em BmSo will be my grandson
Cmaj7 G DThere are powerlines in our bloodlines
Cmaj7 G D Cmaj7 Em BmAnd if you don't love me let me go
Cmaj7 G D Cmaj7 Em BmAnd if you don't love me let me go
G Bm EmAnd I am a writer, writer of fictions
C GI am the heart that you call home
Bm EmAnd I've written pages upon pages
C F ETrying to rid you from my bones
F EMy bones
My bones (Interlude:) Cmaj7 Em Bm Cmaj7 G D Cmaj7 Em Bm Cmaj7 G D
Cmaj7 Em BmI'm a money lender
Cmaj7 G DI have fortunes upon fortunes
Cmaj7 Em BmTake my hand for tender
Cmaj7 G DI am tortured ever tortured
Cmaj7 G D Cmaj7 Em BmAnd if you don't love me let me go
Cmaj7 G D Cmaj7 Em BmAnd if you don't love me let me go
G Bm EmAnd I am a writer, writer of fictions
C GI am the heart that you call home
Bm EmAnd I've written pages upon pages
C GTrying to rid you from my bones
Bm I am a writer
Em C GI am all that you have home, home
Bm EmAnd I've written pages upon pages
C F ETrying to rid you from my bones
F EMy bones
My bones
Cmaj7 G D (And if you don't love me let me go)
Cmaj7 G D And if you don't love me let me go
Cmaj7 G D (And if you don't love me let me go)
Cmaj7 G D Cmaj7And if you don't love me let me go
IX. On the Bus Mall Tabbed By: wolfey89 Tuning: Standard Guitar 1: Acoustic 12-String Guitar 2: Electric with some kind of sustain pedal Intro: Guitar 1 Cmaj7 G (x2) then guitar 2 comes in
Guitar 2:Cmaj7 Ge|-12h14p12-12---10h12p10-10---7h9p7-7-----12p10p9-10-7-----|B|-------------------------------------8--------------------|G|----------------------------------------------------------|x2D|----------------------------------------------------------|A|----------------------------------------------------------|E|----------------------------------------------------------|
*Note: at the point where the chord is Cmaj7-C, strum the Cmaj7 chord once then hammer on the 1 on the B string immediately. Basically, you'll be strumming the C chord, then lift of the B string C for one strum, then hold it again. If you listen to the song, you can kind of tell.
Cmaj7In matching blue raincoats, our shoes were our showboats
Gwe kicked around
Cmaj7From stairway to station, we made a sensation
Gwith the gadabout crowd
Cmaj7And oh what a bargain, we're two easy targets
GFor the old men at the off-tracks
Cmaj7Who've paid in palaver and crumpled old dollars
GWhich we squirreled away
Em Am Asus2 AmIn our rat-trap hotel by the freeway
C Cmaj7-C GAnd we slept in Sundays
Cmaj7Your parents were anxious, your cool was contagious
GAt the old school
Cmaj7You left without leaving a note for your grieving
GSweet mother while your brother was so cruel
Cmaj7And here in the alleys your spirits were rallied
GAs you learned quick to make a fast buck
Cmaj7In bathrooms and ballrooms, on dumpsters and heirlooms
GWe bit our tongues
Em AmSucked our lips into our lungs 'til we were falling
CSuch was our calling
Em D Am CAnd here in our hollow we fused like a family
Em D CBut I will not mourn for you
Em D Am CSo take up your makeup and pocket your pills away
Am CmWe're kings among runaways
GOn the bus mall
Cm GWe're down on the bus mall
Intro x2
Cmaj7Among all the urchins and old chinese merchants
GOf the old town
Cmaj7We reigned at the pool hall with one iron cue ball
GAnd we never let the bastards get us down
Cmaj7And we laughed off the quick tricks, the old men with limp dicks
GOn the colonnades of the waterfront park
Cmaj7As four in the morning came on cold and boring
GWe huddled close
Em Am Asus2 AmIn the bus stop enclosure enfolding
C Cmaj7-COur hands tightly holding
Em D Am CBut here in our hollow we fused like a family
Em D CBut I will not mourn for you
Em D Am CSo take up your makeup and pocket your pills away
Am CmWe're kings among runaways
GOn the bus mall
Cm GWe're down on the bus mall
Cm GWe're down on the bus mall (At this point, Guitar 2 comes in with Intro riff)
Cm GDown on the bus mall
D Cmaj7 G Cmaj7 GOhhhh
Chords Used: [EADGBe] Cmaj7 [x32000] G [320033] C [x32010] Em [022000] Am [x02210] Asus2 [x02200] D [xx0232] Cm [x35543] or [x3x043] h=hammer on p=pull off http://www.decemberists.com X. The Mariner's Revenge Song Tabbed By: Unregistered (Start with an Am intro, the strum is easy)
Am EWe are two Mariners, our ship's sole survivors, in this belly of a whale
E It's ribs our ceiling beams, it's guts our carpeting, I guess we have some time
Amto kill. You may not remember me, I was a child of three, and you a lad of
Eeighteen. But I remember you, and I will relate to you, how our histories
Aminterweave.
Fm Am FmAt the time you were a rake and a rastabout. Spending all your money on the
E Fm Ewhores and hounds. Oh-oh
Am You had a charming air, all cheap and debonair, my widowed mother found so
E sweet. And so she took you in, her sheets still warm with him, now filled
Amwith filth and fowl disease.
Fm Am FmAs time wore on you proved a debt-ridden drunken mess. Leaving my mother a
E Fm Epoor consumptive wretch. Oh-oh
Am And then you disappeared. Your gambling arrears, the only thing you left
E behind. And then the magistrate, reclaimed our small estate, and my poor
Ammother lost her mind.
Fm Am FmThen one day in spring my dear, sweet mother died. But before she did I took
E Fm Eher hand as she dying cried, Oh-oh,
Fm Am "Find him, bind him, tie him to a pole and break his fingers to splinters,
Fmdrag him to a hole until he wakes up, naked, clawing at the ceiling of his
E Fm Egrave, oh-oh." (Little Am fill right here)
Am It took me fifteen years to swallow all my tears, among the urchins in the
Estreet. And then a priory, took pity and hired me to keep their vestry nice
Amand neat.
Fm (c-ish) Am(c-ish) Fm(c-ish)But never once in the employ of these holy men, did I ever once turn my mind
E(c-ish) Fm Efrom the thought of revenge. Oh-oh.
Am(harsh double strum for this part) One night I overheard, the prior exchanging words with a penetant whaler from
E(smooth) E(harsh double strum)the sea. The captain of his ship, who matched you toe to tip, was known for a
Am(smooth)wanton cruelty.
Fm AmThe following day I shipped to sea with the privateer. And in the whistle of
E Fm Ethe wind I could almost hear, oh-oh.
Fm Am"Find him, bind him, tie him to a pole and break his fingers to splinters,
Fm drag him to a whole until he wakes up, naked, clawing at the ceiling of his
Egrave.
C G C G AmThere is one thing I must say to you, as you sail across the sea. Always your
Em Fm Emother will watch over you, as you avenge this wicked deed.
Middle section: Am-E-Fm-E
Am EAnd then one fateful night, we had you in our sights, after 20 months at sea.
Your starboard flank abeam, I was getting my muskets clean, when came this
Amrumbling from beneath.
Fm(c-ish) Am(c-ish) Fm(c-ish)The ocean shook, the sky went black and the captain quailed. And before us
E (candenza) Fm Egrew the angry jaws of a giant whale, oh-oh, oh, oh-oh
Am Don't know how I survived, the crew all was chewed alive, I must have slipped
E between his teeth. But oh what providence, what divine intelligence, that you
Amshould survive as well as me.
Fm Am FmIt gives my heart great joy to see your eyes fill with fear. So lean in close
E Fm Eand I will whisper the last words you'll hear, oh-oh
(Solo at end,all on high E)E--8--7--8--7--8-7-5-7-8-7-5-7x2E--8--7--8--7--8-7-5-7-8-5-7-8--12(hold)-10-8-7-5-8-7(repeat until end of song, get faster and faster each time)
Hope you enjoyed! XI. Of Angels and Angles Tabbed By: standard tuning. this sound best if you play the whole lot with your thumb to give it breathy sound. beautiful track and a perfect closer for a really stellar album. magical as it is, the actually quite simple.
INTRO:e|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------|B|-------0---0-------0---0-------0------------------------3-0--------0---0-------|G|-----0-----------0-----------0----------0--------0---2-----------0-------------|D|---0-----------0-----------0----------0--------2---0-----------0---------------|A|-3-----------3-----------3----------2--------2---------------3-----------------|E|---------3-----------3------------3--------0--------------------------3--------|
"There are angels..."e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|B|-------0---0-------0---0-------0------------------------3-0--------|G|-----0-----------0-----------0----------0---------0---2------------|D|---0-----------0-----------0----------0---------2---0--------------|A|-3-----------3-----------3----------2---------2--------------------|E|---------3-----------3------------3---------0----------------------|
"There's a ticking..."e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|B|-------0---0-------0---0-------0------------------------3-0--------|G|-----0-----------0-----------0----------0---------0---2------------|D|---0-----------0-----------0----------0---------2---0--------------|A|-3-----------3-----------3----------2---------2--------------------|E|---------3-----------3------------3---------0----------------------|
"...Still of day..."e|------------------------------------------------0h2------------|B|-------0---0-------0---0-------0--------------3-----3----------|G|-----0-----------0-----------0----------0---2---------2--------|D|---0-----------0-----------0----------0---0-------------0------|A|-3-----------3-----------3----------2--------------------------|E|---------3-----------3------------3----------------------------|
"and Darling..."e|------------------------------------------------0h2------------|B|-------0---0-------0---0-------0--------------3-----3----------|G|-----0-----------0-----------0----------0---2---------2--------|D|---0-----------0-----------0----------0---0-------------0------|A|-3-----------3-----------3----------2--------------------------|E|---------3-----------3------------3----------------------------|
"Away..."e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|B|-------0---0-------0---0-------0------------------------3-0--------|G|-----0-----------0-----------0----------0---------0---2------------|D|---0-----------0-----------0----------0---------2---0--------------|A|-3-----------3-----------3----------2---------2--------------------|E|---------3-----------3------------3---------0----------------------|
"There's a tough word..."e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|B|-------0---0-------0---0-------0------------------------3-0--------|G|-----0-----------0-----------0----------0---------0---2------------|D|---0-----------0-----------0----------0---------2---0--------------|A|-3-----------3-----------3----------2---------2--------------------|E|---------3-----------3------------3---------0----------------------|
"There's a swallow..."e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|B|-------0---0-------0---0-------0------------------------3-0--------|G|-----0-----------0-----------0----------0---------0---2------------|D|---0-----------0-----------0----------0---------2---0--------------|A|-3-----------3-----------3----------2---------2--------------------|E|---------3-----------3------------3---------0----------------------|
"...on your open palm today..."e|------------------------------------------------0h2------------|B|-------0---0-------0---0-------0--------------3-----3----------|G|-----0-----------0-----------0----------0---2---------2--------|D|---0-----------0-----------0----------0---0-------------0------|A|-3-----------3-----------3----------2--------------------------|E|---------3-----------3------------3----------------------------|
"and Darling..."e|------------------------------------------------0h2------------|B|-------0---0-------0---0-------0--------------3-----3----------|G|-----0-----------0-----------0----------0---2---------2--------|D|---0-----------0-----------0----------0---0-------------0------|A|-3-----------3-----------3----------2--------------------------|E|---------3-----------3------------3----------------------------|
"Away..."e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|B|-------0---0-------0---0-------0------------------------3-0--------|G|-----0-----------0-----------0----------0---------0---2------------|D|---0-----------0-----------0----------0---------2---0--------------|A|-3-----------3-----------3----------2---------2--------------------|E|---------3-----------3------------3---------0----------------------|
e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|B|-------0---0-------0---0-------0------------------------3-0--------|G|-----0-----------0-----------0----------0---------0---2------------|D|---0-----------0-----------0----------0---------2---0--------------|A|-3-----------3-----------3----------2---------2--------------------|E|---------3-----------3------------3---------0----------------------|
"There are angels..."e|-------------------------------------------------------------------|B|-------0---0-------0---0-------0------------------------3-0--------|G|-----0-----------0-----------0----------0---------0---2------------|D|---0-----------0-----------0----------0---------2---0--------------|A|-3-----------3-----------3----------2---------2--------------------|E|---------3-----------3------------3---------0----------------------|
e|----------|B|----------|G|----------|D|--2-------|A|--3--2----|E|-----3----|
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