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Living And Dying Chords & Tabs

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Living And Dying Chords

   
LIVING AND DYING
    (1975)
KEY: Em
MUSIC: RUDOLF SCHENKER
                        CHORDS (PLAYED BY RUDOLF SCHENKER) :


-Intro-         Em   (B)Bb   (G)B   (C)Em
                Em   (B)C    (G)B   (Gb)Em

-Verse 1-   (open E)    background guitar harmony: 
                               Em  C
                               B   Em
                               Em  C
                               B   Em

-Verse 2-               background guitar harmony: 
                               Em  C
                               B   Em
                               Em  C
                               B   Em


-CHORUS-       G   C
               A   Em D Em
               D   Em   CC DD Em


-Intro2-       same as previous intro

-Verse 3,4-    same as verse 2
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/s/scorpions/living_and_dying_crd.html ]
-CHORUS-       G   C
               A   Em D Em
               D   Em   CC DD Em
               D   Em   CC DD Em
               C   D   Em
   
 * in the brackets you strike only one note and not a chord; you can use
   the 2 finger chord instead (e.g. for B sound       |   |   | 3 |
                              --------------------->  | 1 |   |   |
   the note that must sound B will be 1)

 * for the intro I would suggest to use this C5 chord between frets
   3-5:

   1st string   | 1 |   |   |
   2nd string   | 1 |   | 4 |
   3rd string   | 1 |   | 3 |
   4th string   | 1 |   |   |
   5th string   | 1 |   |   |
   6th string   |   |   |   |

 * for verses there's a background guitar harmony - I think it's
   Rudolf's)...It's like a phaser picking using the Em chord on 7th
   fret. You also could play these chords acoustically as well
   with no use of distortion. So...HAVE FUN !

PS:  During the chorus, in the line A  Em D Em the chord D might be
     wrong; it might be a F# instead...anybody who thinks is F# (same as 
     for the bass) please let me know.

- Dan Schenker -
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