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Larry And His Flask – Call It What You Will chords
This was the only song I had any trouble figuring out on my own because of the unusual chords and progression, so I decided to go ahead and make an account and put this up. A few notes: >I'm not sure if the G is always played as a dominant seventh chord, but the two are pretty interchangable anyway. >The Em is always played as an Am shaped bar chord on the 7th fret and the Am that comes after it is played on the 5th fret, while the C before the Em is easiest to play on the 8th fret or the 3rd fret as a bar chord. If the Am follows the E major then you just play a regular open E and Am. >On the diminished chord, if you keep your fingers in the same shape but move your fingers up 3 frets every beat you get that cool ascending arpeggiated chord sound they do on that measure. >The walk up part right before the second verse is a G7 arpeggio. If you can't play it just keep playing the G7 until the verse. Intro: C Cdim C Em Am E Dm G7 Verse:C CdimCome get your hands on it brother (my brother)C Em Amthe chance won't come again, (no no no)E DmFollow your neighbors lead get everything a man could needG7with a card in the palm of your handC CdimCome get your hands on your motherC Em Ameverything must go, (no no no)E DmFur coats, and diamond rings, and giant plasma tv screens.G7You owe it to yourself don't you know?E Am(repeat E and Am once per line for the next 3 lines)so put your faith in the plastic my friend, your dreams are a swipe away. Don't you worry where the bounty comes fromG7if you do it might haunt you one dayChorus:F Fm C C7When the sun comes up and it's burning in the skyF Fm G7Rest assured that it's dark on the other sideVerse:C CdimThe stores are boarding up their windowsC Em Amas the shopping malls cave inE Dmeverything in chaos now, someone screaming tell me how canG7we spend our money my friendC CdimI tell em go build a castle,C Em Amlock it up real tightE Dmwith nothing left to consume can't you see we're clearly doomedG7and the world just might hear tonightHalf Time:E Am (repeat)recession, depression call it what you will,we're the victims of our own greed. With cheaters for leaders our own empty dreamsG7will come back as nightmares ..Even halfier time: Dm E AmG FBut there's a clearing in the fog that might just be hope up aheadDm E Am GD7/F#(or just D/F#)If we hurry, there's a chance, we could make it through to the endDm G7So tell me my friends was it worth what you spent?Instrumental Break: C Am (x3) G7 Chorus:F Fm C C7When the sun comes up and it's burning in the skyF Fm G7Rest assured that it's dark on the other side, side side.The end is those crazy G7 arpeggios ascending followed by a C arpeggio descending. Good luck!