Blind Melon - Skinned Chords & Tabs

 

Skinned Chords & Tabs

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Subject: b/blind_melon/skinned.crd
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 1997 01:59:17 -0500 (EST)
From: "Thomas E. Fieno" 

Blind Melon
Skinned (song 4 off "Soup")

Transcribed by Thomas Fieno

The rhythm is like:

V           V           V             V
One and-uh, Two and-uh, Three and-uh, Four and-uh

The roots of the chords are played on the hard beats,
except for the Emin where the B note is played
instead of the low E

I play it like:

    C
E-----------------|
B---------1---1---|
G---------0---0---|
D---------2---2---|
A---3-------------|
E-----------------|
    One   and-uh
    down  down-up

There is a chord towards the end I called C** which I
don't know the official name of but the fingerings are:

   C**   G   Emin  E7   Amin  C

E  N     3   N     N    N     N
B  1     3   0     3    1     1
G  0     0   0     1    2     0
D  0     0   2     2    2     2
A  2     2   2     2    0     3
E  N     3   N     0    N     N


The C** is the chord that is commonly used for
transferrring a C chord to the Amin chord.  So
play whatever you normally would for doing that.


Intro:

G G E7 E7


Verse 1:

G
I'll make a shoe horn outta your shin,

G
I'll make a lampshade of durable skin.

E7
And oh, don't you know that I'm always feelin' able

E7
When I'm sittin' home and I'm carvin' out your navel

G
I'm just a' sittin' here carvin' out your navel


Chorus/Refrain 1:

C           Emin              C
When will I realize that this skin I'm in

Emin
Hey, it isn't mine

C                 Emin
And when will the kill be too much

C              Emin    E7
meat for me to hide... on


Verse 2:

G
Hey, I could really use a couple of hands

G
To complete one hell of a plant stand

E7
Oh, don't you know that I'm caught here in the middle

E7
Making rib cages into coffee tables


G
I'm just makin' em into coffee tables


Chorus/Refrain 2:

C               Emin              C
And when will I realize that this skin I'm in


Emin
Hey, it isn't mine

C                 Emin              C              Emin E7
And when will the trill be too much meat for me to find anymore


Oh, because

Outro:

C
You know I can't hide

Amin
But oh how hard I try

C                    C**       G
But this is just the shape I'm in,

Oh yeah

C
And though you know I can't hide
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/b/blind_melon/skinned_tab.html ]
Amin
But oh how hard I try

C                    C**       G
But this is just the shape I'm in

This is one of my favorite Blind Melon songs.
fieno@helios.ecn.purdue.edu
From fieno@ecn.purdue.edu Sun Jul 27 10:27:22 1997
Date: Thu, 19 Jun 1997 22:17:13 -0500
From: Thos Fieno 
To: guitar@olga.net
Cc: acoustic@olga.net
Subject: TAB:  'Skinned' by 'Blind Melon'

Blind Melon
Skinned (song 4 off "Soup")

Transcribed by Thomas Fieno


The rhythm is like:

V           V           V             V
One and-uh, Two and-uh, Three and-uh, Four and-uh

The roots of the chords are played on the hard beats, except for the
Emin where the B note is played instead of the low E

I play it like:

    C
E-----------------|
B---------1---1---|
G---------0---0---|
D---------2---2---|
A---3-------------|
E-----------------|
    One   and-uh
    down  down-up

There is a chord towards the end I called C** which I don't know the
name of but the fingerings are:

   C**   G   Emin  E7   Amin  C

E  N     3   N     N    N     N
B  1     3   0     3    1     1
G  0     0   0     1    2     0
D  0     0   2     2    2     2
A  2     2   2     2    0     3
E  N     3   N     0    N     N


The C** is the chord that is commonly used for transferrring a C chord
to the Amin chord.  So play whatever you normally would for doing that.


Intro:

G G E7 E7


Verse 1:

G
I'll make a shoe horn outta your shin,

G
I'll make a lampshade of durable skin.

E7
And oh, don't you know that I'm always feelin' able

E7
When I'm sittin' home and I'm carvin' out your navel

G
I'm just a' sittin' here carvin' out your navel


Chorus/Refrain 1:

C           Emin              C
When will I realize that this skin I'm in

Emin
Hey, it isn't mine

C                 Emin
And when will the kill be too much

C              Emin    E7
meat for me to hide... on


Verse 2:

G
Hey, I could really use a couple of hands

G
To complete one hell of a plant stand

E7
Oh, don't you know that I'm caught here in the middle

E7
Making rib cages into coffee tables


G
I'm just makin' em into coffee tables


Chorus/Refrain 2:

C               Emin              C
And when will I realize that this skin I'm in


Emin
Hey, it isn't mine

C                 Emin
And when will the trill be too much

C              Emin E7
meat for me to find anymore


Oh, because


Outro:

C
You know I can't hide

Amin
But oh how hard I try

C                    C**       G
But this is just the shape I'm in,

Oh yeah

C
And though you know I can't hide

Amin
But oh how hard I try

C                    C**       G
But this is just the shape I'm in

This is one of my favorite Blind Melon songs.
fieno@helios.ecn.purdue.edu
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