Silverchair - The Door Chords & Tabs

 

The Door Chords & Tabs

Silverchair Chords & Tabs

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The Door Tab

   
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From CNTaylor@netcomuk.co.uk Fri Apr 18 10:35:27 1997
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 1997 22:12:54 +0000
From: Colin Taylor 
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: TAB "The Door" BY "silverchair"

silverchair - "The Door"

Tabbed by Chris Taylor
CNTaylor@NetcomUK.co.Uk

Tune E to D

Intro and main riff

E--------------------------------------------------------------------
B-------------------------------------------------------------------
G-----5-x--4--2---0---2--4--2---0-------------------------------------
D-----0-x--0--0---0---0--0--0---0-------------------------------------
A---------------------------------------------------------------------
D--0------------------------------------------------------------------


Only play x's in first 11 seconds of song.

This is the riff where the guy sings "Make you mine, let the door, let
the door swing"
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/s/silverchair/the_door_tab.html ]
E---------------------------------------------------------------------
B---------------------------------------------------------------------
G---------------------------------------------------------------------
D--4-----5-5-5-5-5-5------------------5-------------------------------
A--4-----5-5-5-5-5-5------------------5-------------------------------
D--4-----5-5-5-5-5-5------------------5-------------------------------

    slide           Repeat twice then   Back to original riff


Just before the chorus, the guitarist plays something like this
E---------------------------------------------------------------------
B---------------------------------------------------------------------
G-----5-----5--5--5---------------------------------------------------
D-----0-----0--0--0---------------------------------------------------
A---------------------------------------------------------------------
D--0-----0------------------------------------------------------------



Then its just:    (1.40)
E---------------------------------------------------------------------
B---------------------------------------------------------------------
G---------------------------------------------------------------------
D---5-5--3------------------------------------------------------------
A---5-5--3------------------------------------------------------------
D---5-5--3------------------------------------------------------------


The first time round, the guitarist does a slide after this part from
about the 2nd or 3rd fret on the low D upwards.

I've got a feeling some of this is not entirely accurate but it should
give you a starting point, or something.  Send your comments etc.
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