Suede - My Insatiable One tab

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Date: Sun, 6 Jun 1999 16:50:46 -0500
From: "Carolann Samuels"  
Subject: s/suede/

Suede : My Insatiable One : The Drowners (B-Side)


Part 1

A Asus4 A G G/F#eb------------------------------Bb---2----0---------------------Gb--2-2--2-2------2-------------Db------0--------2--------0-----Ab-0------------0---------------Eb----------------------3---2---
E G Deb--------------3-2-----3-2-----Bb------h---h-------------------Gb-----1-2-2-4------------------Db---2--------------------------Ab------------------------------Eb-0----------------------------
Part 2
D s s seb-5---7---9---10---------------Bb------------------------------Gb------------------------------Db------------------------------Ab------------------------------Eb------------------------------
Chorus Part 3
A E G G/F#eb-0-x-x-0-0-0----2-0-------h-p-p--Bb-2-x-x-2-2-0-------0--h--2-3-2-0-Gb-2-x-x-2-2-0---------2-4--------0Db-2-x-x-2-2-0---------------------Ab-0-x-x-0-0-0---------------------Eb--------------3------------------
E G Deb---b--------------------------Bb-7(8)7-5-----s----------------Gb--------7-7-4-7-4-5-5-xx-7-7-7Db------------------------------Ab------------------------------Eb------------------------------
Bridge Part 4
A B C Deb------------------------------Bb----h-p----h-p----h--p--------Gb---6-7-6--8-9-8--9-10-9-x11-11Db--7------9------10------x12-12Ab------------------------------Eb------------------------------
Part 5 E / D / This is the general song split into 5 parts. These parts make up the Verse, Chorus and Bridge like so: Intro Part 1 Verse Part 1 x 2 Part 2 Chorus Part 3 x 2 Part 2 Bridge Part 4 Part 5 The Verse Chorus and Bridge are then played in the order below: Intro, Verse, Chorus, Verse, Chorus, Bridge, Chorus. This should give a rough idea. As with all Early-Suede/Bernard tracks, there's a lot of layering. This means that transcriptions for a single guitar are nearly always general approximations. I find the song works best with a bit of fuzz and a bit of treble, but just muck about until you find something that works. The bridge needs some sort of backing to work properly, so if played without it's best to attempt some sort of improvisation or something. It's generally best to personalise covers in this way anyway. The chords stated are a rough guide to those off of an acoustic version I got free with Vox. It's pretty good if you can lay your hands on it. If you want to try it like this then I suggest you add a few 4ths in for effect every now and again, (i.e. D and E chords - maybe on the E in the verse you could do a 3rd, 4th, 4#th as on The Wild Ones.) Anyway that's it. David.
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