Jackopierce – More Than He Could Give tab

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From ejeschke@phoenix.Princeton.EDUTue Nov 18 08:04:52 1997
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 1997 15:34:57 -0500 (EST)
From: Eric Jeschke 
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: TAB: more than he could give by Jackopierce

 			-More Than He Could Give-
	     	 by Jackopierce on "Woman as Salvation"

Each - represents a thirty-second note with each chord lasting 1 full beat
in 4/4 time. This is to let a little space to make the tab legible. The
capo is on the third fret and all fingerings are relative to that

Intro and Verses:

A min E min C maj 7E -----------------------------0---|B -1*--1-0-----0-------0---------0-|G -----2-0-------0-------0---2-----|D ---2-------2-------2-----0-------|A -0-------2-------3---------------|E ---------------------------------|
The * denotes that this C (E flat) is only played during the intro which are after each chorus and the first time the progression is played in the song. Chorus: -------
C9 D sus2 (4 Beats total) C9 D sus2E --------- -----0-------0---2----2/3/2------ -------- -0-------|B -----3--- -------3-------3-----------3----- ----3--- -3-------|G -------0-X4 ---2-------2-----------------2--- ------0-X4 -2-------|D ---2----- -0-------0-------0-------------0- --2----- -0-------|A -3------- --------------------------------- 3------- ---------|E --------- --------------------------------- -------- ---------|
(Verse1) She walked in the room where he Lay his head for the last time She spoke to the icons on the wall They lost their amber glow She cried La la.. Cold pavement under her feet As she walked away from that room As she experienced the death and the decay (Chorus) All she wanted was more than he cold give All she wanted was for him to live She cried La la... (Verse 2 ) She walked in the room where he Lay his head for the last time She spoke but her words They silently fell to the floor She looked like the blanche on the window shade She could not believe it She hoped the inevitable would be postponed But it already came All she wanted was for her son to live -------------------------------- -Eric C Jeschke - -ejeschke@phoenix.princeton.edu- -Go Hoos! - --------------------------------
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