Lucky Boys Confusion - Slip Chords & Tabs

 

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* LUCKY BOYS CONFUSION - THROWING THE GAME - SLIP                                        *
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* Tabbed by Nick Schmoyer, January 3, 2004                                               *
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This tab sounds exactly correct when played in standard tuning.  After the "main" song is done,
there are two guitars, but I have arranged it for one guitar.

INTRO:

e|----------------------------
B|----3-------------3---------
G|------2-------------2-------
D|----------------------------
A|-2------2-------------------
E|--------------0-------------

e|------------------------|------------------------0-|----------------------|------------------0-
B|----3-----2-----0h2p0---|----3-----2-----0h2p0---0-|----3-----2-----0h2---|------------------0-
G|----------------------2-|----------------------2---|--------------------2-|-2p0---0------------
D|------------------------|--------------------------|----------------------|-----4----0h2--2----
A|-2--2--2--2--0--0-------|-2--2--2--2--0--0---------|-2--2--2--2--0--0-----|--------------------
E|------------------------|--------------------------|----------------------|-3--------0---------

sweep the following chords:
   D   G   A
e|-2---3---0------------------
B|-3-------2------------------
G|-2-------2------------------
D|-0-------2------------------
A|---------0------------------
E|----------------------------

MAIN INTRO:

Now it kicks into the "main" song.... so we'll call this the main intro.

e|-----|-----|-----|-----
B|-----|-----|-----|-----
G|-----|--4--|-----|--3--
D|--5--|--4--|--5--|--3b-
A|--5--|--2--|--5--|--2--
E|--3--|-----|--3--|-----

VERSE:

Play MAIN INTRO, except exclude that last bend.
("feeling... attractively....")

Play MAIN INTRO, but palm mute the bass notes before playing the chords.
("You've got, sand in...")

They also play this little fill once:
e|-----|-----|-----
B|-----|-----|-----
G|--7--|--6--|--9--
D|--7--|--6--|--9--
A|--5--|--4--|--7--
E|-----|-----|-----

CHORUS:

e|-----|-----|-----|-----
B|-----|-----|-----|-----
G|-----|-----|-----|-----
D|--7--|--9--|--7--|--5--
A|--7--|--9--|--7--|--5--
E|--5--|--7--|--5--|--3--

BRIDGE:

guitar 1 should play the same part as the verse, while guitar 2 plays this.
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/l/lucky_boys_confusion/slip_tab.html ]
        (tremolo)   (tremolo)            /(tremolo) \
e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
B|----------------------------------5-5/7-7-7-7-7-7-7-5-----5--5/6\5---5----------------8-8/10-7-6b7-5---5-------
G|---------------2-4------------4-7---------------------4-7----------7---7-4--------4-7----------------7---7-----
D|------/4-4-4-4-----4-4-4-4--7----------------------------------------------7----5------------------------------
A|--2/4----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

e|-----7---------7-10b-10-9-----------
B|---7---10-7-10------------10--------
G|-9b--------------------------9-9h11-
D|------------------------------------
A|------------------------------------
E|------------------------------------



NOTE: The easiest way to play this next part is to simply use bar chords.

Guitar 1's part should be played 2 times total, and guitar 2 should come in at the second time.

GUITAR 1
e|------------------------------------------------2-
B|---------3------------7------------3--------------
G|--------------------------------------------------
D|---5------------9------------5--------------4-----
A|-----5--------9---9------------5----------4---4---
E|-3-----3------7-----7------3-----3------2---------

GUITAR 2
e|-------5------9-7-------------------------2-5-3-2-----------
B|-2h3p2--------9---9\7/9--------5----------3-------3-5-2-3-0-
G|--------------9-----------6--7---6-6/7----4-----------------
D|--------------7---------------------------------------------
A|------------------------------------------------------------
E|------------------------------------------------------------

Here's the easiest part of the entire song... the reggae part.

GUITAR 1
e|-3x----|-2x-----
B|-3x----|-3x-----
G|-4x----|-4x-----
D|----x4-|-----x4-
A|-------|--------
E|-------|--------

BASS (in case you were wondering...)
G|-------------|---------------|-------------|-------------------
D|-------------|---------------|-------------|-------------------
A|-------5-5---|-------9-9-----|-------5-5---|---9-----9-7-------
E|-3-3-3-----3-|-7-7-7-----7-7-|-3-3-3-----3-|-7---7-------10-9--

GUITAR 2
e|--------------------------------------------------------
B|--------------------------------------------------------
G|-7--7--7--4\3/4--/9-7-6-7-4---7--7--7--4\3/4--/9-7-6-/4-
D|--------------------------------------------------------
A|--------------------------------------------------------
E|--------------------------------------------------------

LYRICS:
Sitting, attractively bored;
and I guess I had this coming, it's been a long time coming
casually she kills me, attractively bored
I leave too much unsaid, I leave too much unsaid

You've got sand in the palm of your hand
don't let it slip away
Regret haunts forever, don't try to be clever
to shatter these weak walls

and finally he approaches, the one he's watched so long
he musters up his courage, hello
then he turns around and heads back to the daily life he knows
when a tap upon his shoulder, hello

sweating, my swagger ignored;
and I'm swaying on the border, gotta get my life in order
casually she stills me, attractively scarred
I leave too much unsaid, I leave too much unsaid
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