Guided By Voices - Exit Flagger Chords & Tabs

 

Exit Flagger Chords & Tabs

Guided By Voices Chords & Tabs

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Exit Flagger Chords

   
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Subject: Tab: Exit Flagger by GBV
From: michael.davidson@the-matrix.com (MICHAEL DAVIDSON)
Date: Tue, 12 Dec 95 15:41:00 -0600

Exit Flagger
from the Guided by Voices album Propellor

Tabbed by Michael Davidson

This one's really easy. First of all, here are the chords. (All barre,
but it sounds much better if you don't play the high e string on the
e-shaped ones. Listen to the song; they keep it pretty low.)

A  - 577655
B  - x2444x
D  - x5777x
Db - x4666x
G  - 355433

The single-note riff (spelled with lowercase) is

A-5-5-5-4-4-4-4-2-2-2-2-----------------------------------------------
E-----------------------3-3-3-3---------------------------------------
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/g/guided_by_voices/exit_flagger_crd.html ]
The main chord RIFF (uppercase) is the same thing, but with barre
chords.  (That is, D Db B G)

riffx2

riff                              riff
I don't know where I've come from I don't know where I'm off to

riff                      riff
I need to find a way out  I need you to help me find it

RIFF
Exit Flagger  x4

A                          G     *
I'm not going to race you today

riff                       riff
I need a life of sameness  I don't compete in anything

riff                                     riff
I promise to leave you one of these days I promise to leave real soon

RIFF
Exit Flagger   x4

A                           G      *
I'm not going to race you today

D                     G
I promise to leave you   x4

Then through the solo it's just the RIFF four times,
an A, a G, and the riff eight times.

* Instead of A then G, you can play A (x0222x), B, Db, D instead which
  follows the bass line instead of the guitar. (You can play the A that
  way anytime, but I think it's easier to slide to the G if you go ahead
  and play it on the fifth fret.)

Comment and miscellaneous T go to

michael.davidson@the-matrix.com

Enjoy!




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