Korn - Lies Chords & Tabs

 

Lies Chords & Tabs

Korn Chords & Tabs

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Lies Tab

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Date: Wed, 25 Oct 1995 11:22:14 -0700 (PDT)
From: James Albers 
Subject: Lies.tab

Lies--Korn
Transcribed by James Albers 

I'm too lazy to put in the blank lines (strings).  For all those who 
don't have 7 strings or tune down that low, play the 5th chords on the D 
and G strings (ie. 55\44-44\33 etc.)--it shoud sound the same.Those who 
don't tune down at all (EADGBE) play the frets on the A string on your E 
and A strings with the 5th chords.  For the lead parts, move the notes 
two frets down.

Intro
G--6\5-5\4-4\3-3---3/4-4\3-3\2-2-2--
D--6\5-5\4-4\3-3---3/4-4\3-3\2-2-2--
A--4\3-3\2-2\1-1-1-1/2-2\1-1^0-0-0--

Main riff
G--2/5-5\4-4\3-3---3/4-4\3-3\2-2-2--
D--2/5-5\4-4\3-3---3/4-4\3-3\2-2-2--
A--0^3-3\2-2\1-1-1-1/2-2\1-1^0-0-0--


Verse1
F----<<11-----/11-/12----/11-/11---/11-/12--

<< = volume swell--gtr2 does some scratching sounds w/ a wah pedal

 1st, 3rd, 4th times    | 2nd time
a------19\\------/24----|----19\\------/22----

\\ = tremolo picking


Verse 2
a------------------------------19\\-----/24----19\\------/24--
F-----------/11-/12----/11-/11--------------------------------

Bridge
d------------------------------
a-----------3-------------2----		These are similar to barre
F-----------2-------------1----		chords when tuned to ADGCEA.
C-----------4-------------3----		I think these are doubled an
G--6-6-6-5-------5-5-5-4-------		octave up. This is C#-C-B 
D--6-6-6-5-------5-5-5-4-------		barre chords(actual notes)
A--4-4-4-3-------3-3-3-2-------

other riff
G--2-x--2-2-x----
D--2-x--2-2-x----		x = rest(stop strings from ringing out)
A--0-x--0-0-x----
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/k/korn/lies_tab_ver_2.html ]
**Lead part over "other riff" just slides up from the 7th fret on the D 
string, but I think he uses a whammy pedal for that.
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I like to search inside, follow the things that you'll hide
What's the problem, can't you seem to
Search out these problems that haunt and taunt you
I smile, while you're afraid, you run while your soul pays

Do you ever sit outside your fears
Thinkin' bout your lies, thinkin bout your inner fears
Do you ever sit outside your fears
Thinkin' bout your lies, thinkin bout your inner fears

I like to search inside, follow the things that you'll hide
What's the problem, can't you seem to
Open your body and let me touch you

Do you ever sit outside your fears
Thinkin' bout your lies, thinkin bout your inner fears
Do you ever sit outside your fears
Thinkin' bout your lies, thinkin bout your inner fears

I want you to see me without this disguise(?)
And all the things that hurt you and all these useless lies
I want you to feel, feel you on up inside
Inside I suck you in, I throw you up instead

I try you win my life is ripping your heart out destroying my pain-GO

Do you ever sit outside your fears
Thinkin' bout your lies, thinkin bout your inner fears
Do you ever sit outside your fears
Thinkin' bout your lies, thinkin bout your inner fears
Do you ever sit outside your fears
Thinkin' bout your lies, thinkin bout your inner fears
Do you ever sit outside your fears
Thinkin' bout your lies, (????), uh!
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Note: Hey people, most of the time I spend transcribing these songs go 
into transcribing the lyrics (as well as wasting precious study time)--so be 
grateful--plus all these songs revolve around the lyrics anyway to accent 
the vocals.  So if the lyrics sound lame or have a bunch of question marks,
that's because I get tired of listening to the same one or two seconds of 
the album, and I just fidget what I think I heard.

Send me positive email!
--laters jalbers@ucsd.edu

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