Cranberries - Ode To My Family Chords & Tabs

 

Ode To My Family Chords & Tabs

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Ode To My Family Chords

   
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Date: Sat, 2 Mar 1996 14:29:58 -0500 (EST)
From: Brian Coe 
Subject: TAB: Ode to my Family by The Cranberries


Ode to my Family by The Cranberries

>From Underdog 



Well Kids... This is actually how the song goes. I hear it this way 
myself off the CD and have seen it played this way in clubs....It sound 
better.

enjoy,

-Underdog

...

TWO Guitars:

	1) capo 2nd fret.  Actually it plays the same cords as the other
  guitar but with the capo they are in the shape of the following:

C. + . + . + . + Am + . + . + . + Em + . + . + . + F. + . + G. + . +
e----------------|----------------|----------------|--------|--------
B1-----1---1-----|1-----1---1-----|0-----0---0-----|1-------|--------
G--0----0----0---|--2----2----2---|--0----0----0---|--2---02|0-020-02
D----2----2----2-|----2----2----2-|----3----3----3-|----3---|--------
A----------------|----------------|----------------|--------|--------
E----------------|----------------|----------------|--------|--------

If you're good you can play it with out the capo, just add 2 to every 
thing. That way you can play the whole song with one guitar...




	2) This guitar has no capo and simply plays D, Bm, F#m, G,and A:



[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/c/cranberries/ode_to_my_family_crd.html ]
D. , . , . , . , Bm , . , . , . , F#m, . , . , . , G. , . , A. , . ,
           Understand the things I say       don't turn    away from me
D. , . , . , . , Bm , . , . , . , F#m, . , . , . , G. , . , A. , . ,
   'Cause I spent half my life out there       you wouldn't disagree
D. , . , . , . , Bm , . , . , . , F#m, . , . , . , G. , . , A. , . ,
  do ya see me?   do ya see,do you like me? do you like me   standing 
there
D. , . , . , . , Bm , . , . , . , F#m, . , . , . , G. , . , A. , . ,
 do ya notice?   do ya know,do you see me, do you see me?does anyone care?




The rest of the song does NOT change. It's just D, Bm, F#m, G, A. the 
strumming goes like this (where "," is down, and "`" is up and "|" is a 
chord change):

|,-,-,-,`-`,-,-,`|,-,-,-,`-`,-,-,`|,-,-,-,`-`,-,-,`|,-,-,--,|`-`,-,-,


Everyone seems to have their own version of the lyrics and thats OK.  I 
like to see how people use their own feelings to interpret how they 
think the song should go. Remember Kids, she's Irish and has a tendency 
to say things in her own way... 
	
	ERIN GO BRACH


enjoy,

Underdog

...
 

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Brian Coe
Department of Psychology
Boston University			The mind knows only
64 Cummington street			What lies near the heart.
Boston MA 02215
bcoe@bu.edu
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