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Broken Face Chords & Tabs

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Broken Face Chords

   
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From wall@newton.otago.ac.nz (Andrew Wall)
Subject: CRD: Broken Face by the Pixies
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Date: Tue, 8 Mar 1994 09:05:35 GMT


Here is an attempt at the chords to "Broken Face" off the album Surfer Rosa.
What follows is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the
innocent.

Broken Face - The Pixies

I got a broken face
I got a
I got a broken face

A
I got broken face *2

A
There was this boy who had two

Children with his sisters
              A
They were his daughters
              C         G
They were his favourite lovers
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/p/pixies/broken_face_crd.html ]
A D      B       E      A
I got no lips, I got no tongue
      D          B            E    A
Where there were eyes there's only space
  D      B       E      A
I got no lips, I got no tongue

A
I got a broken face, uh-hu, uh-hu
I got a broken face

There was this man who snapped his poke
In little pieces
And then they drilled holes
And then they put 'em back in there

I got no lips, I got no tongue
Where there were eyes there's only space
I got no lips, I got no tongue

I got a broken face
Uh-hu, uh-hu, uh-hu, uh-hu, ooo
I got a broken face

The little thing who loves my mother
Speaks no English
But if you saw her
You'd say "Hey isn't she lovely"

I got no lips, I got no tongue
Where there were eyes there's only space
I got no lips, I got no tongue


As far as I can tell all the chords are Emaj and Amaj bar chords, although I
could easily be convinced that this is not the case. Any help or corrections
would be appreciated.

Cheers

Andrew (wall@newton.otago.ac.nz)
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