Silverchair - Faultline Chords & Tabs

 

Faultline Chords & Tabs

Silverchair Chords & Tabs

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Faultline Chords

   
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FAULTLINE by silverchair
Transposed by Braamo (bpsmith@socs.uts.edu.au)

Drop D tuning

Not much tablature to speak of, just a shit loada chords:

	D(2) D# E  F  G  A Bb Bb6 C C6 D(1) D6

E------------------------0--1--1--3--3--5---5--
B------------------------2--3--1--5--3--7---5--
G------------------------2--3--3--5--5--7---7--
D--------0---1--2--3--5--2--3--3--5--5--7---7--
A--------0---1--2--3--5--0--1--1--3--3--5---5--
D--------0---1--2--3--5------------------------

Verse:

D(1)	     D6   D(1) C6    C  C6            C            C6   C   C6
	Unsuspecting brother .... doesn't know what to do

			      Bb6      Bb    G
	When everything just falls to the ground...

		(same again)
	He runs to find some cover, he doesn't have a clue
	That his friend will never be found.

	      Bb     C        Bb        G
	When he's informed, that he....

Chorus: [Over-drive/distortion]
	
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/s/silverchair/faultline_crd_ver_2.html ]
F F F D(2)  	 	    F			    D#
	Will never see the boy, will never see the boy,

			    Bb	     G
	Will never see him open his eyes.

   D(2)			     F			      G
	We'll never see the boy, we'll never see the boy

			     Bb		G
	We'll only hear his heavenly cries

	Bb    C   Bb    G   F F F  
	Ooh yeah, ooh.

	D(2) A  Bb  G   D(2)  A  Bb  C
	Ooh!		Ooh!


After second chorus, the interlude ("While still you're 
alive...") repeats:

	D / A G F / / /

Chord progression before the song holds on C is

	D / A G F E D C

After the power C which holds for 
8 beats a D(2) is played and held for 8 beats.

The song finishes with an indecipherable sequence which seems to be just 
C and D in no particular order. I just play this by repeating:

E-----------------------------------------------|
B---7---5---7---5---5---(7)---5-----------------|
G---7---5---7---5---5---(7)---5-----------------|
D---7---5---7---5---5---(7)---5-----------------|
A-----------------------------------------------|
D-----------------------------------------------|

The same chord progression described above is played (a little quicker)
after this little interlude and the song finishes like this:

C / / / / / / D


Braamo

(bpsmith@socs.uts.edu.au)


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