Shakespeares Sister - Hello Hello Chords & Tabs

 

Hello Hello Chords & Tabs

Shakespeares Sister Chords & Tabs

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From: S.P.Charters-CSSE94@cs.bham.ac.uk
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 1995 17:28:41 GMT
Subject: TAB: Hello, Hello (Turn Your Radio On) by Shakespear's Sister


Hello, Hello (Turn Your Radio On) by Shakespear's Sister
	Music and Lyrics by Shobian Faherty & Marcella Detroit
	Transcibed by Steve Charters (S.P.Charters-CSSE94@cs.bham.ac.uk)

This is the guitar instrumental solo in the song Hello Hello (Turn Your Radio
On) on the Hormonally Yours album.

la la la love is a strange thing ...


E----------------------|--------------------------|------------------|
B-10-10---------10--12-|-10-10--------------------|------------------|
G--------12-12---------|--------12-12--11-11--9-9-|------------9-----|
D----------------------|--------------------------|-12-12--12-----12-|
A----------------------|--------------------------|------------------|
E----------------------|--------------------------|------------------|

E------------------|------------------|-10----10----12--10-10-|
B------------------|------------12--12|----12----12-----------|
E-----9--12-12--12-|-12--12-12--------|-----------------------|
D-12---------------|------------------|-----------------------|
A------------------|------------------|-----------------------|
E------------------|------------------|-----------------------|
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/s/shakespeares_sister/hello_hello_tab.html ]
E----------------------|----------------10-|---12--10-10--15/17--15-15-|
B-12-12--12--10--------|-10--12--10--12----|12-------------------------|
G----------------12-12-|-------------------|---------------------------|
D----------------------|-------------------|---------------------------|
A----------------------|-------------------|---------------------------|
E----------------------|-------------------|---------------------------|

E--15-15--14-14--12-12--\10-10-|-12-12--10-10---------------|
B------------------------------|---------------13-13--12-12-|
G------------------------------|----------------------------|
D------------------------------|----------------------------|
A------------------------------|----------------------------|
E------------------------------|----------------------------|

E-10--10---------|-----10---------|---------10-10-|
B---------13--12-|-13------12--10-|---------------|
G----------------|----------------|-12------------|
D----------------|----------------|---------------|
A----------------|----------------|---------------|
E----------------|----------------|---------------|

E-10--10-b(12)r10b(12)r10b(12)r10-|-14-15-|
B---------------------------------|-------|
G---------------------------------|-------|
D---------------------------------|-------|
A---------------------------------|-------|
E---------------------------------|-------|

 ... hello, hello, turn your ..... etc.


Key
---
/ = slide up
\ = slide down
b = bend string to give pitch in brackets
r = return bent string to un-bent state

Should be played with plenty of distortion, the bar splits are only rough
but hopefully should be give an idea of the timing, use a recording to give
fine tuning. 

I think that the section up in the 15th - 17th fret area maybe should have
more slides but I'm not sure.

Hope this is useful,

Steve
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Steve Charters                               |~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
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ChartersS@poole.siemens.co.uk (July-Sept)    |   fruit flies like a banana"   |
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