Someone Still Loves You, Boris Yeltsin
                           Pershing [2008]

             Tabbed by Brian Coney (brianconey@gmail.com)
                     [corrections, comments, etc.]

Listen for rhythm.
'Unusual' chord-shapes are at the bottom.

1. Glue Girls
2. Boring Fountain
3. Dead Right
4. The Beach Song
5. Modern Mystery
6. Some Constellation
7. Think I Wanna Die
8. You Could Write A Book
9. Oceanographer
10. Heers
11. Doris Tailspin (Boring Mountain)


1. Glue Girls

Intro:

[Fig. 1 - Listen for rhythm]e|--4-4---4-4-4-4--|B|--2-2---2-2-2-2--|G|--1-1-3-1-1-1-1--|D|----------3-3-3--|A|-----[x-12]------|E|-----------------|
With: C# [Barre chord position at e: 9-11-11-10-9-9]
[Fig. 2]e|--11--|B|---9--|G|--10--| [C#6 is quicklyD|-[11]-| played each time C# reachesA|------| the end of bar]E|------|
Verse 1: Bbm, C#, F#, C# x 4 With:
[Fig. 3]e|---6---------9---------11---9~--|B|-----6---------9-------11---9~--|G|-------6---------10--11----10~--|D|--8-------s11--------------11~--|A|--------------------------------|E|--------------------------------|
[Fig. 4]e|-------------------------|B|--11-11-11-11-11----14~--|G|------------------11-----|D|----------------13-------|A|-------------------------|E|-------------------------|
With:
[Fig. 5] e|---6-----6~--| B|-----7-------| G|-------8-----| D|--8----------| A|-------------| E|----[D#m]----|
Chorus: C#, F#6, D#m x 2 G#, C#, F# G#6, G#aug, G# With:
[Fig. 6 - Guitar 1]e|---------------------------------------------------------|B|----9--9--9--9-----7------7---[11-11-11-11-11------14~]--|G|---10-10-10-10---6---6-6----6-[-----------------11----]--|D|--s11-------11s8---------8----[--------------13-------]--|A|---------------------------------------------------------|E|-------------[x-2]---------------------------------------|
Plays notes in [ ] once.
[Fig. 7 - Guitar 2] e|--------9------------11-----[----6-----6~--]--|B|----------9--------11--11---[------7-------]--|G|------10----10--s11------11-[--------8-----]--|D|--s11-----------------------[--8-----------]--|A|----------------------------[--------------]--|E|----------[x-2]-------------------------------|
[Fig. 8 - Guitar 1 cont.]e|------------------------------------------------------------------|B|--s11-11-11-11-11------14--------------------------7-------7------|G|-----------------10--11--11---10-10-10-10-10-----6-----6-----6----|D|-------------------13------13s--------------11s8-----8---8--------|A|------------------------------------------------------------------|E|------------------------------------------------------------------|
Bridge: C# Verse 2: As Verse 1 only [Fig. 4] and [Fig. 5] now: Guitar 1: D#m, B x 2 Guitar 2:
[Fig. 9] e|---6-----6~-----| B|-----7------7~--| G|-------8----8~--| D|--8---------9~--| A|----------------| E|-----[x-2]------|
Bridge 2: C#, F# x 2 Chorus 2: D#m, G#, C#, F# x 2 With:
[Fig. 10]e|--------------------------------------------------------------------|B|--s11-11-11-11-11------14--------------------------7-[-------7---]--|G|-----------------10--11--11---10-10-10-10-10-----6---[---6-----6-]--|D|-------------------13------13s--------------11s8-----[-8---8-----]--|A|--------------------------------------------------------------------|E|------------------------------[x-2]---------------------------------|
Only play the notes in [ ] the first time. Bridge 3: C#, F# x 2 G# Interlude: [If I could tab cowbells I would]
[Fig. 11]e|----------------2-------|B|------------------2-----|G|--s8----6----2h3----3~--|D|-----9----7-------------|A|------------------------|E|---------[x-5]----------|
A second guitar plays C#9, B9, F# x 4 after [Fig. 11] is played 2 times. This section ends with the first guitar ending on:
[Fig. 12]e|--------------------------2----2~--|B|-----------------------------2-2~--|G|--x-x-8--x-6s--x-x-x--2h3--3-------|D|----------------------4------------|A|----------------------4------------|E|----------------------2------------|
Bridge 4: Although it appears no chords are being played at this part, C# works well underneath the two guitars...
[Fig. 13 - Guitar 1]e|----9-----|B|----------|G|--6---6---|D|----------|A|----------|E|--[x-39]--|
After [Fig. 13] is played 8 times, a second guitar plays:
[Fig. 14 - Guitar 2]e|--------4------4-----4-----9-6~-------4------4-----4-----9-8~--|B|-----6------6-----6----7p6---------6------6-----6----7p6-------|G|--6------6-----6----------------6------6-----6-----------------|D|---------------------------------------------------------------|A|---------------------------------------------------------------|E|---------------------------------------------------------------|
[Fig. 14 - Guitar 2 cont.]e|--------4------4------4-----6------4---6---8-8-8-8-6-4-6--|B|-----6------6------6----7p6---6~~--6---6---6-6-6-6-6-6-6--|G|--6------6------6------------------6---6---6-6-6-6-6-6-6--|D|----------------------------------------------------------|A|----------------------------------------------------------|E|----------------------------------------------------------|
[Fig. 14 - Guitar 2 cont.]e|--11-11-11-11--9---13-13-13-13-11---14-14-14-14-13--[16]--|B|---9--9--9--9--9---14-14-14-14-14---14-14-14-14-14--[21]--| G|--10-10-10-10-10---13-13-13-13-13---13-13-13-13-13--[18]--| D|----------------------------------------------------------| A|----------------------------------------------------------|E|----------------------------------------------------------|
Tremolo [ ] according to rhythm Outro: C# [Listen for when it changes to C#6: 9-11-11-10-11-9] Bbm, C#, F#, C# x 4 2. Boring Fountain Intro: A, D, G x 4 A With:
[Fig. 1] [Only the 1st time]e|-------------------[------2--]--|B|-------------------[----3----]--|G|----2~--4-2~----2~-[--4------]--| [The horns play a D|--2-----------4-----------------| slightly altered versionA|--------------------------------| of [Fig. 1]]E|-------------[x-2]--------------|
After [Fig. 1] is played 2 times, a second guitar plays:
[Fig. 2] [Fig. 2a]e|--[------5-------5-------5-------5---]--------10-9-------------10-9------|B|--[----8---8---8---8---8---8---8---8-]--7-8-10----10-7---7-8-10----10-7~-|G|--[-s6-------6-------6-------6-------]-----------------------------------|D|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|A|-------------------------------------------------------------------------|E|----------------------------------[x-2]----------------------------------|
[Fig. 2 cont.]e|-----------------------|B|-[7s]5~--5*-5*-5*-5*~--| [The [7s] is continued from G|-----------------------| the guitar line in [Fig. 2]; theD|-----------------------| asterisks represent very minor bends]A|-----------------------|E|-----------------------|
Verse 1: D, G, A, D, G. With:
[Fig. 3]e|--[-------5-------]--------5---------------5--------------5--------|B|--[---7-----7---7-]----8-----8---8-----8-----8---8----8-----8---8--| G|--[-7---7-----7---]-s7---7-----7----s9---9-----9----9---9-----9----| D|-------------------------------------------------------------------| A|-------------------------------[x-2]-------------------------------|E|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
The notes outside of the [ ] should not be played the 2nd time.
[Fig. 3 cont.]e|----5-----5-----5s--|B|------8-----8-------| [The guitar line of [Fig. 3]G|--7-----7-----7-----| ends on this arpeggiated triad]D|--------------------|A|--------------------|E|--------------------|
Interlude 1:
[Fig. 4] [D] [G]e|-------------------2~--12~--|B|--------[x-3]------3~--10~--|G|-------------------2~--12~--|D|--7s--11s--7s--11--0~--12~--|A|--7s--12s--7s--12-----------|E|--5s---9s--5s---9-----------|
A second guitar plays the above and arpeggiates both the D and G chords when they are played by the first guitar.
[Fig. 4 cont.]e|--------------|B|--------------|G|--------------|D|--7s--11s--7--|A|--7s--12s--7--|E|--5s---9s--5--|
Another guitar plays this simple octave-slide 3 3/4 times in accordance with [Fig. 4] and [Fig. 4 cont.]:
[Fig. 5]e|-----[x-3]----|B|--------------| [Although you play [Fig. 5] twice,G|--9s14--9s14--| you essentially play it four timesD|--------------| yet leave the A octave dyad out theA|--7s12--7s12--| last time around]E|--------------|
There is a barely decipherable lick in A major just before it ends; it's hard to make out:
[Fig. 6] e|----------------------------------|B|----------------------------------|G|----------------6s7-7-9p7-11-9-9--|D|--7-7-9-7-11-7-7------------------|A|----------------------------------|E|----------------------------------|
Chorus: D, G, Bm, A, G x 2 With:
[Fig. 7]e|-------7-----7------3------7--------------------------------|B|-----7---7--------3------7-----5---5------------------------|G|--s7-------7----4-----s7---------6---6-----[-7-7-7-6-4~-]---| D|-----------------------------7---------5--------------------|A|------------------------------------------------------------|E|---------------------------[x-2]----------------------------|
Only play notes in [ ] the first time Bridge: A, D, G x 2 A With:
[Fig. 8]e|--------------------------------|B|--------------------------------|G|--------------------------------|D|-----7~--9-7~--s4-7~--9-9-9-----|A|--s7------------------------9s--|E|--------------------------------|
[Fig. 2] x 1 Verse 2: D, G, A, D, G With: [Fig. 3] and [Fig. 3 cont.] Interlude 2: As Interlude 1 Chorus 2: D, G, Bm, A, G x 2 With: [Fig. 7] x 2 Bridge: D, G, Bm, A, G, D-C#-B, D, G, Bm, A, G With [Fig. 7] x 2; a second guitar arpeggiates the chords. A With: [Fig. 2a] x 2 Ending on:
[Fig. 9]e|--5-x-5-5--5s--|B|--5-x-5-5--5s--|G|--6---6-6------|D|---------------|A|---------------|E|---------------|
Interlude 3: An A chord is played quietly as a triad on the e, B and G strings: [xxx650] With:
[Fig. 10 - Guitar 1]e|-----------------------------------|B|--------------[x-16]---------------|G|-----------------------------------|D|--------7-------7-----0--------0---|A|------7-------7-----7---7----7--7--|E|--5-5-----5-5-----5--------5-------|
[Fig. 11 - Guitar 2]e|-------------------------------------|B|---------------[x-2]-----------------| [This guitar line is playedG|--9----------------------------------| very quietly to accompanyD|----11~-12-11-9----12-11-12-11-9s-7--| the vocal melody]A|----------------12-------------------|E|-------------------------------------|
[Fig. 12 - Guitar 3]e|-------------------|B|-------[x-2]-------|G|-------------------|D|----------6-6-7-7--|A|--7-7-9-9----------|E|-------------------|
After [Fig. 10] is played 12 times and the e-major scale is played above guitar 3 plays:
[Fig. 12 cont. - Guitar 3]e|--s9-9---------------s9-9----------------------|B|-------10-----------------10----------------x--| G|----------7--6-6-7-9---------7-7-7-6-6-7-9-----| D|-----------------------------------------------| A|-----------------------------------------------|E|-----------------------------------------------|
The x represents an accidental sort of bendy/slide thing on the tenth fret of the b string.
[Fig. 12 cont. - Guitar 3]e|--s9-9---------------s9-9-----------------5-----5---5-5-5-5~~s--|B|-------10-----------------10----------5-7---5-7---7-------------|G|----------7--6-6-7-9---------7-7-7--6---------------------------| D|----------------------------------------------------------------|A|----------------------------------------------------------------|E|----------------------------------------------------------------|
Ends on A [listen for rhythm] 3. Dead Right Intro:
[Fig. 1 - Listen for rhythm]e|--2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2--2-2-2---|B|--3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3--3-3-3---|G|--2-2-2-4-2-2-2-2--x-x-2---| [Play x 2]D|--0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0--4-2-0---|A|---------------------------|E|---------------------------|
With:
[Fig. 2]e|--0h2h5--|B|---------|G|---------| [Play x 16]D|---------|A|---------|E|---------|
Verse 1: D, G, A, D x 3 D, G, F#, Bm With:
[Fig. 3]e|--2-3-------2-3------------|B|------5-7~------5-7--5-7~--|G|---------------------------|D|---------------------------|A|---------------------------|E|---------------------------|
Chorus: D, G, F#m, Bm x 4 With:
[Fig. 4]e|---------------------------------|B|-6-7-6-7-6-7-6-7-6-7-6-7-6-7-----|G|-----------------------------7~--|D|---------------------------------|A|---------------------------------|E|---------------------------------|
[Fig. 4 cont.]e|---------------7---------|B|-7-6-7-6-7-6-7---7-6-----|G|---------------------7~--|D|-------------------------|A|-------------------------|E|-------------------------|
[Fig. 4 cont.]e|-------------------------|B|-7-6-7-6-7-6-7-6-7-6-----|G|---------------------7~--|D|-------------------------|A|-------------------------|E|-------------------------|
The Chorus ends with this guitar line:
[Fig. 4d]e|----------------------------|B|----------------s10-7-6-7~--|G|------7-9-7-10-7------------|D|--7-9-----------------------|A|----------------------------|E|----------------------------|
Bridge: [Fig. 1] x 2 with [Fig.2] x 16 [Third guitar alternating between D and D/A] Verse 2: D, G, A, D x 6 D, G, F#, Bm With:
[Fig. 5]e|---------------------10-------|B|-----10---10-12-10-----10-12--|G|--s11--11----------11---------|D|------------------------------|A|------------------------------|E|------------------------------|
e|------------s10-9-10----14----|B|------10-12----------s15--15--|G|--9h11------------------------|D|------------------------------|A|------------------------------|E|------------------------------|
Chorus 2: D, G, F#m, Bm x 4 With:
[Fig. 6]e|------------------|B|------------------|G|------------------|D|--7h9h7----[x-3]--|A|--------9~--------|E|------------------|
[Fig. 4d x 1] Interlude: D With:
[Fig. 7]e|--9--10--|B|--7---7--| [A second ukelele-sounding guitar G|--7---7--| alternates between these two D|--7---7--| chords under the D; I don't playA|---------| violin/viola, so...]E|---------|
F#, Bm Outro: D, G, F#m, Bm x 4 With:
[Fig. 8]e|-------------------------|B|--7-6-7-6-7-6-7----------|G|-------------------------|D|----------------7h9p7----|A|----------------------9--|E|-------------------------|
[Fig. 8 cont.]e|-------------------------|B|--6-7-6-7-6-7------------|G|-------------------------|D|--------------7h9p7------|A|----------------------9--|E|-------------------------|
[Fig. 8 cont.]e|-------------------------|B|--7-6-7-6-7-6-7----------|G|-------------------------|D|----------------7h9p7----|A|----------------------9--|E|-------------------------|
[Fig. 4d] [Fig. 1] x 2 with [Fig. 2] x 16 [Third guitar alternating between D and D/A] D, G, A, D 4. The Beach Song Intro:
[Fig. 1]e|--4-4-4-4-4--2-2--1-1-1-1-1-1--2-2s--|B|--4-4-4-4-4--2-2--2-2-2-2-2-2--2-2s--|G|-------------------------------------|D|-------------------------------------|A|----------------[x-5]----------------|E|-------------------------------------|
[Fig. 1. cont.]e|--4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4--| B|--4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4--|G|---------------------|D|---------------------|A|---------------------|E|---------------------|
After [Fig. 1] is played 2 times, a second guitar plays:
[Fig. 2]e|-------------------|B|--2s4-4~-2-2-2-2~--|G|-------------------|D|-------------------|A|-------------------|E|-------------------|
Verse 1: C#6, F#, G#, F# x 4 Leave out the F# the fourth time around; you can alter the bass notes of each chord from root to fifth if playing unaccompanied. Chorus: B, F# x 3 B, Bbm Verse 2: C#6, F#, G#, F# x 4 Leave out the F# the fourth time around. With:
[Fig. 3 - Guitar 1]e|----------------------------------------------|B|-------------------[x-4]----------------------| G|----------------------------------------------| D|--3-3-3-3-3-3-3s-6-6-----6-6------6---6---6~--| A|---------------------4-4-----4s-6---6---6~----|E|----------------------------------------------|
Although Fig. 3 is played four times, the third and last time is barely audible.
[Fig. 4 - Guitar 2 - Palm-muted]e|-------------------------------------| B|----------------[x-4]----------------| G|-------------------------------------| D|--3-3-3-3-3-3-3s-6-6-----6-6---------| A|---------------------4-4-----4s-[6]--|E|-------------------------------------|
Fig. 4 is more or less the same as Fig. 3 with exception to effects and the end the [6] should be played 16 times. Chorus: F#, C#, G#, C# F#, C#, G# x 2 With:
[Fig. 5]e|-------------------------------------------------------------|B|-------6h7p6--------6h7p6--------6h7p6---s9-------11---------|G|-----6-------6----6-------6----6-------6----10-------10------|D|--s8------------8------------8-----------------11-------11~--|A|-------------------------------------------------------------|E|-------------------------------------------------------------|
[Fig. 5. cont.]e|-------------------------------------------|B|-------6h7--------6h7p6--------6h7p6-------|G|-----6-----6----6-------6----6-------6-----|D|--s8----------6------------6-----------8~--|A|-------------------------------------------|E|-------------------------------------------|
When the Chorus plays the second time, the guitar line continues as:
[Fig. 6]e|------------------[x-2]-----------------|B|---------------------------*------------| [The second time [Fig. 6] isG|--------------------------8-------------| played, stop at the asterisksD|----6s-8-6-8------------6---6---6-------| and end with [Fig. 6b]]A|--------------8~------------------8-----|E|--9~-------------9~--s4---*---4----s9~--|
[Fig. 6b]e|--------------|B|--------------|G|--6-5---5~~~--|D|------6-------|A|--------------|E|--------------|
Outro: C#6, F#, G#, F# x 4 Leave out the F# the third and fourth time around. 5. Modern Mystery Intro:
[Fig. 1]e|-------------------------------|B|-----12-12-12-12s-10---10------| [The open D note inG|---------------------9----11~--| the [ ] is not played againD|--[0~]-------------------------| apart from the first time]A|-------------------------------|E|-------------------------------|
D, Bm x 2 With:
[Fig. 2]e|-------------------------------------|B|----12-12-12-12s-10---10----10--10~--|G|--------------------9----11---11-----|D|-------------------------------------|A|-------------------------------------|E|-------------------------------------|
[Fig. 1] [Fig. 2] and [Fig. 1] again. Verse 1: D, A, D, C#m, Bm, F#m, Bm* x 2 [Palm-muted; listen how the Bm quickly becomes Bm/A and back again; change F#m to F# the second time played] Bridge: D, A, D, C#m, Bm, F#m, Bm* With:
[Fig. 3] [Fig. 3b]e|------------------------------[-------------0---0--2s-5~-]--|B|---12-12s-10-10----10---------[---0---0---3---3-------3~-]--|G|----------------9-----11-11~s-[-4---4---2----------------]--|D|--0--0---0--0-----0-----------------------------------------|A|------------------------------------------------------------|E|------------------------------------------------------------|
Verse 2. D, Bm, D, A, D, C#m, Bm, F#m, Bm Chorus: G, D, A, D* x 6 *On the sixth time around do not play the last two chords (A and D). With:
[Fig. 4] e|---------------------------[x-3]---------********---------| B|------7s-----------------*---------------|------|------#--| G|--0-0-------6-----6------7s--------------7------6------7--|D|--------0-0----------0-0--------4--------0------0------0--|A|--------------0-0-------------------5-5--5--0-0---5-5--5--|E|----------------------------3-3---------------------------|
* = The second time [third in Chorus 2] played this D [-7-] becomes C# [-6-] # = The third time played this D [-7-] becomes C# [-6-] The 2 notes shown by the asterisks interchange when played the first time in Chorus 2. Bridge: Bm, F#m, Bm, F#. D, Bm, D, Bm With:
[Fig. 5]e|----7--7---10--10---7----5--5---5~---2--2--0--0-------^---|B|--------------------------------------------------3---2~--| G|--s7--7--s11--11--s7--7--7--7--7---s2--2--2--2--2---2-----| D|----------------------------------------------------------|A|----------------------------------------------------------|E|--------------------------[x-2]---------------------------|
The ^ note is a D [-3-] instead of a C# the second time played. G, A, G, A With:
[Fig. 6]e|-------------------------|B|--------5----------5-3~--|G|-------4-4--------4------|D|------5---5~-----5-------|A|-----5--------0~---------|E|--3~------[x-2]----------|
Verse 3: D, A, D, C#m, Bm, F#m, Bm x 2 A second guitar also plays the first D the second time the progression is played. Interlude/Solo: D, A, D, C#m, Bm, F#m, Bm x 2 With:
[Fig. 7]e|--s17-17s---------------------------------|B|----------12-12-12-10-10-10---10----------|G|----------------------------9----11~-11s--|D|------------------------------------------|A|------------------------------------------|E|------------------------------------------|
[Fig. 3b]* * Only ending on -2- -5- -3- after the -3-
[Fig. 8]e|----------------------------------------|B|--12-12-12-12-10-10-10-10-12-10---------|G|--------------------------------11-11s--|D|----------------------------------------|A|----------------------------------------|E|----------------------------------------|
[Fig. 3b]* Chorus 2: As Chorus 1 [See minor alternations; do not play Chords until stated below] With:
[Fig. 9 - Guitar 2]e|--------------------------------------------------------------------|B|--12s7~~-5s7~-12s7--14s10~--10-12~-------7~--12s10~-10s7~-----------|G|--------------------------11-----------9------------------6---6-----| D|-----------------------------------9-9----------------------7---7~--| A|--------------------------------------------------------------------|E|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
This figure sounds much better when the correct effects are used. After [Fig. 4] is played twice:
[Fig. 10 - Guitar 3]e|--------------------------------------------------------|B|--------------------------------------------------------|G|------7-----6-----6-----6--------------6-----6----------|D|--5-5-------------------------5-------------------------|A|--------5-5---------5-5---------5--5-5------------------|E|--------------5-5---------3-3------------5-5---7-5-5-5--|
G5, D5, A5, D5 x 4 With:
[Fig. 11 - palm-muted; essentially the bass-line]e|----------------------------------|B|------------[x-4]-----------------|G|----------------------------------|D|--5-5-4-----------------[-----4]--| [Do not play notes insideA|--------5-5-4-5-----4-5-[5-7---]--| the [ ] the fourth time]E|----------------5-5---------------|
Interlude:
[Fig. 12]e|----5-2---2----|----5---7~--|B|--3~----3---3--|--3---3-----|G|---------------|------------|D|-----[x-3]-----|------------|A|---------------|------------|E|---------------|------------|
[Fig. 12 cont.]e|------5---7----|------5---2----|----5-2---|B|--3-3---3---7--|--3-3---3---3--|--3-------|G|-----[x-4]-----|-----[x-4]-----|---[x-8]--|D|---------------|---------------|----------|A|---------------|---------------|----------|E|---------------|---------------|----------|
With:
[Fig. 13 - Second Guitar]e|------------------------------|B|--12--10-------12--10-----10--|G|---x---x--11----x---x--11--x--|D|---9---7---x----9---7---x--9--|A|-----------9------------9-----|E|-------------[x-2]------------|
[Fig. 13 cont.]e|--------------|-----------|--------------|B|--12--15------|-10--8--7--|--------------|G|---x--xx--14--|--x--x--x--|--4s--7s--11--|D|---9--13--xx--|--7--5--4--|--x---x----x--|A|----------12--|-----------|--2s--5s---9--|E|-----[x-3]----|-----------|-----[x-4]----|
[Fig. 13 cont.]e|----------------------------------------------------|B|--12--10--------------------------------------------|G|---x---x--11~---4s--7------4s--7s--11---4--14--11~~-|D|---9---7---x----x---x--7---x----x---x---x--xx--xx---|A|-----------9~---2s--5--x---2s---5s--9---2--12---9~~-|E|-----------------------5----------------------------|
Chorus 3: G, D, A, D x 8 With:
[Fig. 14; Fig 14b] e|----------17-----|--14-----14-----14------|B|-----------------|-----15-----17-----17~--| G|-----19------19--|--------14-----14-------| D|--19----19-------|------------------------| A|-----------------|------------------------| E|-------[x-3]-----|------------------------|
Fig. 14 is played 3 times; the third time played Fig. 14b ends on: -14- -15- -14- Fig. 11 x 4 after Fig. 14; Fig 14b is played x 1. Outro: As Bridge only play end part (G, A, G, A with Fig. 6) x 4 instead of x 2 End on G. 6. Some Constellation Intro/Verse: In order to play this song from the TAB displayed you must listen to the rhythm. I'll outline the basic chords and you can listen for how to play it correctly.
[Fig. 1] *e|--9-----------7---6--|B|--11-----7----4---7--| [Bmaj7 (*) is played by puttingG|--11----------4---8--| your thumb on the B (7th) fret D|--11--s8---8--6---9--| on the E string]A|--9-----------6---x--|E|--------------4---7--|
Play Fig. 1 x 20. Listen how the Bmaj7 often quickly shifts to B6:
[Fig. 2] [Fig. 3]e|-----| e|--4--|B|--9--| B|--4--|G|--8--| or G|--4--|D|--9--| D|--x--|A|--x--| A|--2--|E|--7--| E|-----|
With:
[Fig. 4 - Second guitar] *e|--[-7-----6-----4~-]------6------6~------------6-----7~----4~--|b|--[----------------]-------------------9~~---------------------| g|--[---8s6---6s4----]--3s6----3s6~~-6s8-----6s8---6s8---8s6-----| d|---------------------------------------------------------------| a|---------------------------------------------------------------| e|---------------------------------------------------------------|
Play notes in [ ] the first time played only; the * note is an A# (-6~) the second time [Fig. 4] is played.
[Fig. 4 cont.]e|------6-----6~------------6-----7----6----4~~--|B|------------------9~~--------------------------|G|--3s6---3s6~~-6s8-----6s8---6s8~--s6---s4------|D|-----------------------------------------------|A|-----------------------------------------------|E|-----------------------------------------------|
Play [Fig. 4] x 6; the notes are barely audible and fade out on the sixth time played. After Fig. 1 is played 12 times a third guitar plays:
[Fig. 5]e|--4--|B|--7--| [This triad is played overG|--6--| the [Fig. 1] and [Fig. 4];D|-----| listen for rhythm]A|-----|E|-----|
Outro: There is a bit of improvised arpeggiation of [Fig. 5] using the thumb and index finger followed by this nice little ... thing:
[Fig. 5 cont.]e|----------------------------------------------------------|B|------6-7-6----------------------7-9-7------------6-------|G|----8-------8-6-----8-6---6-8-10-------10-8-6---6-----6~--|D|--8-----8-------6-8-----8--------9~-----------8-----8-----|A|----------------------------------------------------------|E|----------------------------------------------------------|
A second guitar alternates between the following two triads under [Fig. 5 cont.]:
[Fig. 6] [Fig. 7]e|-----------| e|-----------|B|--------7--| B|--------7--|G|-----6--6--| and G|-----8--8--|D|--8--------| D|--9--------|A|-----------| A|-----------|E|-----------| E|-----------|
7. Think I Wanna Die Intro/Chorus: C, G, Am, Em, Dm, G Verse: C, G, Am, Em, Dm, G With:
[Fig. 1] [barely audible]e|-----------------------------------------5--------------------------|B|--5-5-8-5~-6-------5-5--------8---8--------6-------12-12-13-12-12~--|G|-------------7-7-------5------9---9----7-----7-----12-12-12-12-12~--|D|-----------------9-------7--9---9----7---7--------------------------|A|-----------------------------------------------10~~~----------------|E|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
Bridge: Am, C, Am, C, F, C, G x 2 The following lick is played in between each time the Bridge chords are played.
[Fig. 2]e|------------|B|----8-6~----|G|------------|D|--9~----9~--|A|------------|E|------------|
Verse 1: C, G, Am, Em, Dm, G x 3 The second time the verse chords are played a second guitar plays the following solo:
[Fig. 3]e|------8------8--8-------8-------------------------------|B|---------8--------8------------12-------13p12-----------|G|--s9~-----------------------------12----------14-12-----|D|-s10-10-----10-10---10-10--s12-12----12-12----------12--|A|--------------------------------------------------------|E|--------------------------------------------------------|
[Fig. 3 cont.]e|-----------------------------------------------------------|B|-----------13------15p13-------13--------------------------|G|--------------12---------12-----------12-------12------11--|D|--12-12h14-14----14---------14-14--------14-------14-------|A|-----------------------------------14-14----14-14----14----|E|-----------------------------------------------------------|
[Fig. 3 cont]e|----------------------------------------------|B|----6-----6-----6-----12-12--13-13-12-10------|G|------7-----7---------12-12--12-12-12-12-12~--|D|--7-7---7-----7-------------------------------|A|-------------------s10------------------------|E|----------------------------------------------|
Then play [Fig. 1] at the third time Verse 1 is played. Bridge: C5, G5, F5, E5, F5, E5, A5 x 2 The second time played add a G5 and G7 to the end. Interlude: Am, G, C, F x 2 A second guitar arpeggiates the chords above, a third guitar plays:
[Fig. 4]e|-----------------------------------------------------------------|B|---------6-6-3---------5~---------------8-8-10-----8-8-10~-------| G|--s5~~-4~~~----4~--5-5---5s2~--s5~~-4s7~~-------[9]--------------| D|----------------------------------------------10~~-------10s7~~--| A|-----------------------------------------------------------------| E|-----------------------------------------------------------------|
Despite the fact it appears two guitars are playing this guitar line, you can play it with one. Am, G, C, F, C, F, G, C, Am, G, C, F C, F, G C, Am, C, F C, Am, C, Am Chorus 2/Outro: C, G, Am, Em, Dm, G x 3 With:
[Fig. 5]e|------------7-------5-----5--------------------------|B|----8-----8---8~------6-----6~----12-12-12-12-12-12--|G|------9-----------------7---------12-12-12-12-12-12--|D|--9-----9---------7----------------------------------|A|------------------------------s10--------------------|E|-----------------------------------------------------|
Also with [Fig. 1] the second and third time played and [Fig. 3] third time the progression is played. End on C, G, C 8. You Could Write A Book Intro:
[Fig. 1]e|------[x-8]------|B|----5-------3----|G|----6-------4----| [Leave out the E bass-noteD|----7-------5----| the 8th time around]A|-----------------|E|--5---0---3---0--|
Gsus2, D, A-Asus4-A x 4 With:
[Fig. 2]e|--------------------------------|B|------7-7-----7-7---------------|G|--9-9-----9-9-----6-6-7-7-6-----|D|----------------------------7~--|A|--------------------------------|E|-------------[x-2]--------------|
A third guitar plays:
[Fig. 3]e|------------[x-2]---------------|B|--------------------------------|G|------------------6-6-7-7-6-----|D|----------------7-----------7~--|A|--7-7-9-9-7-9-9-----------------|E|--------------------------------|
Verse 1: D, Bm, G, A x 2 With:
[Fig. 4]e|------------------------------------------------------|B|------------------------------------------------------|G|------7-7----------7-7----------7-7----------7-7------|D|--7-7-----7-7--7-7-----7-7--7-7-----7-7--7-7-----7-7--|A|------------------------------------------------------|E|------------------------------------------------------|
[Fig. 4 cont.]e|-------------------------------|B|---------7---------------10~~--|G|-------7---7-----------9-------|D|--7-7s9~----9~-9s11-11---------|A|-------------------------------|E|-------------------------------|
Bridge: F#m, G5* x 4 G5~, G5^ See the chord-shapes at the bottom to distinguish the above chords. Chorus 1: G, A, D, Bm x 2 G, A With:
[Fig. 5]e|-----------------------------------------------------|B|-----------------------------------------------------|G|----11---11-----14------14-----6-9---9---------------|D|--9----9-----11----11-11-----7-----7------12----12~--|A|---------------------------------------12----12------|E|-----------------------------------------------------|
[Fig. 5 cont.]e|------------------------------------------------|B|--------------------------------s15-x-7-14-x-8--|G|------11---11-------14-------14-----------------|D|--9-9----9---s11-11----11-11--------------------|A|------------------------------------------------|E|------------------------------------------------|
[Fig. 5 cont.]e|--------------------------------|B|--12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12s14~~--|G|--------------------------------|D|--------------------------------|A|--------------------------------|E|--------------------------------|
Interlude: Gsus2, D, A-Asus4-A x 4 With:
[Fig. 6]e|-------------------------------|B|-------7-7-----7-7-------------|G|--s9-9-----9-9-----6-6-7-7-6~--|D|-------------------------------|A|-------------------------------|E|--------------[x-4]------------|
Verse 2: As Verse 1. Bridge 2: As Bridge 1. Chorus 2: As Chorus 1. Breakdown: Bm, C, G, A x 2 With:
[Fig. 7]e|--7~--9*~~--7~--5~~--7~--9*~--7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-9~--|B|--7---------7---5----7--------7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7~--|G|--7---------7---6----7--------7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7-7~--| [The asterisks signifyD|--------------------------------------------------| slight bends]A|--------------------------------------------------|E|--------------------------------------------------|
Interlude: Gsus2, D, A-Asus4-A x 4 With:
[Fig. 8]e|-------------------------------|B|-------7-7-----7-7-------------|G|--s9-9-----9-9-----6-6-7-7-6~--|D|-------------------------------|A|-------------------------------|E|--------------[x-4]------------|
G, G/F#-G/E, D With:
[Fig. 8 cont.]e|----------------|B|------7-7---7~--|G|--9-9-----9-----|D|----------------|A|----------------|E|----------------|
Outro: D, G, D, G, D, A x 2 G, G/F#-G/E, D With: [Fig. 2] and [Fig. 3] x 2 [Fig. 8 cont.] 9. Oceanographer Intro:
[Fig. 1]e|----------|B|----------|G|----------|D|----4-----|A|--4---4~--|E|----------|
[Bass]
[Fig. 2]e|--------------|B|--------11~~--| [Listen for whenG|-----11-------| [Fig. 2] is played]D|--14----------|A|--------------|E|-----[x-4]----|
[Fig. 3 - Palm-muted]e|-----------------[x-2]-----------------|B|----------------------------------7*---|G|---------------------------------------| [The -7*- note is slid downD|--4-4---4-4---6-6---6h7p6-4---4-4------| the fretboard the secondA|------4-----4-----4---------7----------| time Fig. 3 is played]E|---------------------------------------|
F#, E, B x 4 With:
[Fig. 4]e|------6-------6-------4---4-5-4-------2--|B|----7---7---7---7---5---5-------5---4----|G|--6-------6-------4---------------4------|D|-----------------------------------------|A|-----------------------------------------|E|------------------[x-4]------------------|
Verse/Chorus 1: F#, E, B x 4 After Verse/Chorus 1 is played twice the bass plays alternate notes which can be replicated with a second guitar. Bridge 1: F#, E x 4 With:
[Fig. 5]e|---------------------------------------------------------------2~~--|B|--------------------------------2------------------------------2~~--|G|----3-3-4-3--1-3-1---3-3-4-3--1---1---3-3-4-3--1-3-1---3-3-4-3------|D|--4----------------4----------------4----------------4--------------|A|--------------------------------------------------------------------|E|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
Verse/Chorus 2: F#, E, B x 4 Bridge 2:
[Fig. 6]e|----------------------------------------------------------------------|B|----------------------------------------------------------------------|G|----3-3-4-3-----------3-3-4-3-----------3-3-4-3-----------3-3-4-3-----|D|--4---------2-1-1-2-4---------2-1-1---4---------2-1-1-2-4---------4~--|A|------------------------------------4---------------------------------|E|----------------------------------------------------------------------|
Interlude:
[Fig. 6]e|--------------|B|----[x-4]-----|G|--------------| [Leave out this F#5D|----------*---| the fourth time around]A|--2~--2~--4~--|E|--5~--4~--2~--|_ _
| [These two figures are played with two seperate guitars; it's important to listen for how they 'go together' -- the rhythm is essential to it!] With: | |
[Fig. 7] |e|---------[x-4]----------|B|------------------------|G|---4-4-4~--4-4-4--3-3~--|D|---2-2-2~--2-2-2--2-2~--|A|------------------------|E|--5~------4~-----2~-----|
F#5, B5 x 3 F#5, E5, F#5 twice. The second time played with:
[Fig. 8]e|------------------------------------------------------|B|------------------------------------------------------|G|------------------------------------------------------|D|------------------------------------------------------|A|------------------------------------------------------|E|--2-2s7-7-7s2-2-2s7-7-7s2-2-2s7-7-7s2-2-2-2-0-2b3r2~--|
Chorus 3:
[Fig. 9a] [Fig. 9b]e|--------------------------|----[x-3]-----|B|----------12----------12--|----------12--| [Play this whole thing twiceG|-------15----15----15-----|-------15-----| but on the second time aroundD|----16----------16--------|----16--------| leave out [Fig. 9b]A|-------------------13-----|--------------|E|--14---------14-----------|--14----------|
After Fig. 9 is played once a second guitar plays the following once:
[Fig. 10]e|----------------------------2-2--|B|------2----2-----2-----2----4-4--|G|------3----3-----3-----3--4-4-4--|D|----4----4-----4----4-----4------|A|--------------------------2------|E|--2-----2-----0----0-------------|
F#, E, B x 2 [With Fig. 10 x 2] Solo: A, C#, F# x 4 With:
[Fig. 11]e|------------------------------------------------------|B|------------------------------------------------------| G|------------------------------------------------13b*--| D|--s16-16-16-15----------------s16-16-16-15-----x------| A|---------------18-16-18----16~-------------18-x-------|E|------------------------18----------------------------|
This * note is a very slight bend.
[Fig. 11 cont.]e|------------------------------------------------------|B|------------------------------------------------------| G|------------------------------------------------15~~--|D|--s16-16-16-15----------------s16-16-16-15-----x------| A|---------------18-16-18----16~-------------18-x-------|E|------------------------18----------------------------|
Breakdown: The bass does most of the work in the first part of the breakdown part, but a guitar does play the following:
[Fig. 12]e|------|-------|--2~--|--0~-------|B|------|-------|--2~--|----0~-----|G|--3~--|--11~--|--3~--|------3~---|D|--4~--|--11~--|--4~--|--------4--|A|--4~--|-------|------|-----------|E|--2~--|-------|------|-----------|
[Fig. 6] with [Fig. 7] F#5, B5 x 3 F#5, E5, F#5 twice. The second time played with:
[Fig. 13]e|-------------------------------------------------------------|B|-------------------------------------------------------------|G|-------------------------------------------------------------|D|-------------------------------------------------------------|A|-------------------------------------------------------------|E|--2-2s7-7-7s2-2-2s7-7-7s2-2-2s7-7-7s14-14-14-12-14-14-14~~s--|
Interlude 2a: F#, E, B With:
[Fig. 14]e|----------------------------|B|----------------------------|G|----------------------------|D|----------------------------|A|--2s9-9--2s11-11--2s-14-14--|E|----------------------------|
After this progression is played once it is played again but the chords are played in a certain way, like this:
[Fig. 15]e|----------2----------0--2-2--|B|-------3--3-------0--0--4-4--|G|-------4--4-------1--1--4-4--|D|--4-4--4-----2-2--2-----4-4--|A|--4-4--------2-2--------2-2--|E|--2-2--------0-0-------------|
Interlude 2b: F#, E x 7 F# With:
[Fig. 16a]e|-------------------------------|B|-------------------------------|G|-------------------------------|D|--s2h4-4-2h4-4-4-2h4-4-2-------|A|------------------------4-2-0--|E|-------------[x-3]-------------|
Harmonised the third time played with a second guitar:
[Fig. 17]e|------------------------------|B|------------------------------|G|------------------------------|G|--s5h7-7-5h7-7-7-5h7-6--------|A|-----------------------7-5----|E|---------------------------5--|
Fig. 16a above finishes on the following:
[Fig. 16b]e|---------------------------------|B|---------------------------------|G|---------------------------------|D|--2h4-4-2h4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4~~--|A|---------------------------------|E|---------------------------------|
Outro: The bass carries the outro; the guitars mess around with F# (seperating it into different parts like in [Fig. 15]. The second guitar replicates the bassline at the end. The following figure show both the main parts:
e|----2-----------2---------|--------------------------|B|----2-----------2---------|--------------------------|G|----3--4-4------3--4-4----|----------------4-4-4-----|D|--4--------6--4--------6--|------4-4-4-4-4-------6~--|A|--4-----------4-----------|--4-4---------------------|E|--2-----------2-----------|--------------------------|
Even though the bass ends on an F# alone, you can also just strum an F# on guitar. 10. Heers Intro/Verse 1 Am, D, G, Em Am, D, D#dim, Em x 2 The second time around a second guitar plays the following line:
[Fig. 1]e|----------------------------------|B|----------------------------------|G|--5---7-5-4-------5---7-5---------| [The x note should really beD|----7-------5-4-2---7-------------| -7- on the same fret yet it A|--------------------------5~-6-x--| isn't sounded properly] E|----------------------------------|
Chorus: C, Am x 2 Bridge: G, C x 6 With:
[Fig. 2]e|------------------[x-2]---------3~------------|B|--3---3-5---------------3---3-5---5---3-5-3~--|G|----4-----4~------4-------4---------4---------|D|------------5-0-2---5~------------------------|A|----------3~------3-------------3~------------|E|--3---------------------3-----------------3~--|
[Fig. 2 cont.]e|--------------------------------3~~--|B|--3---3-5---------------3---3-5------|G|----4-----4~------4-------4----------|D|------------5-0-2---5~---------------|A|----------3~------3-------------3~~--|E|--3---------------------3------------|
Am, D x 2 G, Am, D x 4 The first two times the above progression (G, Am, D) is played, there is a little guitar run than you must play in between the G and Am; you don't need a second guitar for this part -- just let the G ring:
[Fig. 3]e|--------------------|B|--------------------|G|----------4-2-------|D|------4-2-----2-4~--|A|--[5]---------------|E|--------------------|
The final two times the progression is played, a second guitar plays the following figure undernearth the chords:
[Fig. 4a] [Fig. 4b]e|--------|---------------------------------|B|--------|----------3-1-0--------5-----7~--|G|----7~--|----2-4--------------5---5s7-7~--| [Only play Fig. 4a once]D|--7-----|--5-----5-------5-s7-------------| A|--------|---------------------------------|E|--------|---------------[x-2]-------------|
Verse 2: Am, D, G, Em Am, D, D#dim, Em Chorus 2: C, Am x 2 Bridge/Interlude: G, C x 2 G, Am x 12 G With:
[Fig. 5 - Piano Line]e|-----------[x-6]------------|B|--12-12-13-15-15-15-13-12---|G|----------------------------|D|----------------------------|A|-----------15~--------------|E|-----------------------15~--|
[Fig. 2] x 5 This does not include [Fig. 2 cont.] There's a lead-guitar line in G major on the high E string that I couldn't possibly tab -- the effects used make it difficult to distinguish between the notes... just remember it's in G Major, work out the effects used and keep an ear out for the rhythm. Outro:
[Fig. 6]e|---------------------------------*--------------------|B|--0-0-1-3---3-3-1-0~----0------1-3-----3---3---0h1p0--| G|--------------------------0~---------0-----0~---------| D|-----------------------------------2------------------| A|----------3~----------2-2----2---3-----3-3---3~-------| E|-[3]----------------3--[x-2]-----*--------------------|
The asterisks mark the point at which you stop the second time you play [Fig. 6] After [Fig. 6] is played once, a second guitar plays the following figure along with it for the final time:
[Fig. 7]e|---------------------------|B|--3---3-5---------------3--|G|----4-----4~------4--------|D|------------5-0-2---5~-----|A|----------3~------3--------|E|--3---------------------3--|
Am, D, G, Em ... fade out. 11. Doris Tailspin (Boring Mountain) Every album should have an obligatory "Woohoo!" point. There's really no point trying to tab what's going on there ... just play whatever you want over these chords. Jam: G, Bm, A, G, Bm, D x 3 G, Bm, A x 2 D G, A, D x 5 Fade out. ______________________________________ Chords:
F#6: x-9-11-11-11-11G#6: 4-x-6-5-6-x
G#aug: 4-x-6-5-5-xC#9: x-4-3-4-4-x B9: x-2-1-2-2-xC#6: x-4-6-6-6-6Gsus2: 3-0-0-2-0-3Asus4: x-0-2-2-3-xG5*: 3-5-0-0-3-xG5~: 3-5-0-0-3-3G5^: 3-5-0-0-3-2G/F#: 2-x-0-0-0-3G/E: 0-2-0-0-0-3D#dim: x-x-1-2-0-2
~ Let ring h Hammer-on p Pull-off s Slide x Mute string [4] Notes inside these brackets (4 as an example) aren't completely necessary but sound right. _________________________________
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