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Death Of A Dictionary Album Chords & Tabs

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Death Of A Dictionary Album Chords

   
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From ada108@psu.edu Wed Apr  9 12:44:31 1997
Date: Sun, 30 Mar 1997 14:38:41 -0500
From: Andy Adelewitz 
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: CRD: Death of a Dictionary Album by Live

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  DEATH OF A DICTIONARY
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+Live+'s first album, published under the name Public Affection
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Tune down 1/2 step for all songs
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transcribed by Andy Adelewitz (ada108@psu.edu)

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SAVIOUR FOR A DAY
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Intro/Verse:   E B E B G#5 A5 G#5 A5

Chorus: G                           A
        It's got you now, so I will play

        G                           A
        It's got you now, so I will play play...
        
        A               E...
        Saviour for a day (back into intro progression)

out of verse progression, into Interlude:
        G#5 A5 G#5 A5    A5 G#5 G5

interlude bass riff: (bass tuned down 1/2 step)
A----------------0--0--0~-----
E---3--3--3~------------------


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WHO PUT THE FEAR IN HERE?
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Verse: Am Am~ (x2)  Gm Gm~  Fm Fm~  Gm

between verse and chorus, palm mute an F5 and slowly unmute.

Chorus: C C G F FF xx GGG
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/l/live/death_of_a_dictionary_album_crd.html ]
Interlude ("Someone told me once...")
(This is not quite right, but best I could do)
E (7th fret)     Am    Bm

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GOOD PAIN
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Just a muddier version of the Mental Jewelry song

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MORNING HUMOUR
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Verse: G# F F# G#

                G#         F#
And watch you grow into a man

       F#  G#
with a big burly beard

      F#   G#
and a mustache to match

     F#        G#
i'll watch you love the world

    F#          G#
and all that it has...


Chorus: G#               F# G#

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PAPER FLOWERS
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First verse is all bass. The rest are just G and Csus2 barre chords.

G: 355433
Csus2: x35533

Chorus: 

   Am           Csus2             G
oh why does she water them, paper flowers?

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HANDS OF A TEACHER
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Limited guitar in this one.

During verse:

eb---2------4------5--------------------------------------------------
Bb---2------4----5-5--------------------------------------------------
Gb---4----6-----------------------------------------------------------

The rest of it is similarly based around playing with a
Bsus2 - C#sus2 - Dsus2 progression, except:

Interlude:
G#  F#

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SISTER
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Verses: Not a clue. It's too quiet and background.

Chorus: F#5 (x4) and slide down off fretboard

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RAISING A MAN
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Intro: F#5 (9th fret) D5

Verse: F#5 (9th fret) D5 (x4)  Fm

Chorus: E (open) F# (2nd fret) A  A

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LIBRA
-----

I give up. Somebody else do it.

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BALL AND CHAIN
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Verse: D5 G5
end of verse into chorus:

D5   D5 D5   C5 C5  B5

chorus: B5 C5 (x3)  D5

The little descending chord thing is just D5 down to G5 one fret
at a time.
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