New Bad Things - Goethes Letter To Vic Chesnut Chords & Tabs

 

Goethes Letter To Vic Chesnut Chords & Tabs

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Goethes Letter To Vic Chesnut Chords

   
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Date: Tue, 5 May 1998 21:33:32 -0600 (MDT)
From: jennifer zwick 
Subject: n/new_bad_things/goethes_letter_to_vic_chesnut.crd

this is from "Freewheel," released in 1995 by Candy-Ass Records.
Transcribed by me, Jennifer Starfish.

every time a line leads off with G, right before it there's a hammer
on/off on the low E, which means you play on low E: 0, 1, 0; and carry it
straight into...
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/n/new_bad_things/goethes_letter_to_vic_chesnut_crd.html ]
G			   em
let me put it to you this way:
	    am				C		
you will be hit by a truck and you will fall from your bicycle
G                 em
and no-one will recall
am			  C
who you were, except your friends and your enemies
am	      em
  and all the stuff you could've written 
am  		   em
  'bout times when you were sick, or smitten
am            em         D        G
  will mean about as much as your corpse
G			  em
let me put it to you this way:
am			    C
I've been writing songs for almost 7 years now
G			     em
 and I haven't said a single thing
   am		      C	
of lasting import. or social significance 
am		  em
  but I know from reading all your letters
am	       em	
  and midnight coffee double-headers
am	     em           D      G
  that maybe you could do better than me
G			  em
let me put it to you this way:
	    am			       C	
you will be hit by a bus, and you will die inside the ambulance
G                  em
and no-one will recall
	am				  C
who you are (or I mean WERE) except your friends and your relatives
am	      em
  and all the stuff you could've written
am	      em
  and all the words you could've hidden
am	     em          D        G  
  will mean about as much as your corpse

(ends on a G)
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