Replacements - Swingin Party Chords & Tabs

 

Swingin Party Chords & Tabs

Replacements Chords & Tabs

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Swingin Party Tab

   
#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: bc80233@bingsuns.cc.binghamton.edu
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I think this already in the archive, but as I recall it was something of a 
minimalist version. Here's what I've figured out for the main guitar 
part. The second guitar throws in bits here and there. You're on your own 
for those.

Ben McTernan
bc80233@bingsuns.cc.binghamton.edu



SWINGIN' PARTY

(Capo on 2nd fret)

The verses consist of two main parts

(Don't know how to denote this in terms of chords)

  Bring your own lampshade  somewhere there's a party 

E-----0------------0-----------0--------------0------------------
B--------2------------2-----------2--------------2---------------
G-----------0------------0-----------0--------------0------------
D--0-------------2-----------4--------------2--------------------
A----------------------------------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------------------------


  C               Am             Cmaj7           Am
  Here it's never ending can't remember where it started 

E------0--------------0---------------0--------------0---------
B---------1--------------1---------------0--------------1------
G------------0--------------2---------------0--------------2---
D--------------------------------------------------------------
A--3---------------0---------------3--------------0------------
E--------------------------------------------------------------



[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/r/replacements/swingin_party_tab.html ]
These two progressions are alternated in irregular fashion until you get 
to "If bein' afraid is a crime...", where you play:


E                                              C    Am   Cmaj7  Am
If bein' afraid is a crime we'd hang side by side

E---0-----0-----------0---------------0---------0----0----0-0----0-----
B---0--------0-------------0--------------0-----1----1----0-0----1-----
G---1-----------1--------------1----------------0----2----0-0----2-----
D---2--------------2---------------2------------2----2----2-2----2-----
A---2-------------------------------------------3----0----3-3----0-----
E---0------------------------------------------------------------------


        D7         Am      D7
At the swingin'    party   down the line

E-------2---3------0--0-----2--2-----
B-------1-----1----1----1---1----1---   Back to the first progression
G-------2-------2--0--------2--------
D-------0----------2--------0--------
A------------------0-----------------
E------------------------------------


The little interlude in the middle of the song goes something like this:



E------------------------------|---------------------
B-----------0-h-1-p-0----------|---------------------
G----------------------2--0----|---------------------
D--0-s-2--2------------------0-|--1-s-2--2-----------
A------------------------------|------------2-0-2----
E------------------------------|-------------------0-


E--------------------------|---------------------------
B-----------0-h-1-p-0------|-----------0-h-1-p-0-------
G----------------------2-0-|----------------------2-0-- Back to main 
D--0-s-2--2----------------|--0-s-2--2----------------- progression
A--------------------------|---------------------------
E--------------------------|---------------------------


There are other little subtleties, especially at the end, but this is the 
basic song. Hope all you 'Mats fans out there like it.


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