Suede - Stay Together Chords & Tabs

 

Stay Together Chords & Tabs

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Stay Together Tab

   
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#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
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Date: Thu, 25 Apr 1996 10:33:03 +0100
From: Bidet 


Song: Stay Together 
By: Suede
Transcribed by: Douglas Byron 
Words & Music by: Brett Anderson & Bernard Butler
Published by: Nude Records

/ slide up
\ slide down [ 6\? means slide from fret 6 down the neck to an indefinite
point] 
h hammer on
p pull off
~ vibrato
b bend
r release bend
X Muted by Left Hand

This follows the order of the full length version - NOT the radio Edit


INTRO

F#m  A / D  F#m E/
F#m  A / D  b    /

Let ring

eb----2---------------0-------0---0---------2--2--X--0-----
Bb----2-------2----2--2--2/3--------3\2--0--2--2--X--0-----
Gb----2-----2----2----2---------------------2--2--X--1-----
Db----4---4-----------2---------------------4--4--X--2-----
Ab----4---------------0---------------------4--4--X--2-----
Eb----2-------------------------------------2--2--X--0-----



eb----2---2-----------0------0-----5-------5----5-4h5-4h5-4h5-4----
Bb----2-----2---------2--2/3---5/7-----5/7----7--------------------
Gb----2-------2-------2--------------------------------------------
Db----4---------4-----2--------------------------------------------
Ab----4---------------0--------------------------------------------
Eb----2------------------------------------------------------------


VERSE 1

(Come to my house tonight),



CHORUS

(StayTogeth-     er)


CHORUS TAB

[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/s/suede/stay_together_tab.html ]
eb--------------------------------------------------------------
Bb--------------------------------------------------------------
Gb--4b6r4--2-4-2-------2-2~~~~---------------------2-4-4b6r4--2-
Db---------------4-2-4----------2-4~-4-2-------2-4--------------
Ab---------------------------------------4-2-4------------------
Eb--------------------------------------------------------------



MIDDLE 8

              [Fill Bb--2-3-5-3-0-2--]
(There's a time bomb in the high ?life?)


VERSE 2

(Come to my arms tonight),

CHORUS

MIDDLE 8

VERSE 3

(Come to my arms or not),


CHORUS

REPEAT CHORUS

CHORUS WITH 'De Doo ooh' bits

CHORUS WITH BERNARD GOING MENTAL

ABOUT 5 CHORUSES WITH BRETT GOING MAD

OUTRO

eb-------------------------------------------------------
Bb--------10b12r10~~~------------------------------------
Gb--9-11--------------11\?--------------9-9--------------
Db-----------------------------9-h10h11------11p10p9---7-
Ab-------------------------------------------------------
Eb-------------------------------------------------------

Then mostly piano for a bit...

Until
eb-----------------------
Bb---10b12-10-9-10~------
Gb----------------------- And variations of this pattern.

For Example

eb-----------------------
Bb--9--12--10--9--10~~---
Gb-----------------------

And
    |--3--|  |--3--|
eb-|-----------------------|)
Bb-:-9--12-10-9--12-10-9--:|>Getting faster 
Gb-|-----------------------|)

Then, in unison with the horn section;

eb----------------------------------------|
Bb---------------------------------------.|
Gb-----------2--4~-2--------2--4b6r4--2~-.|
Db--2--2--4-----------2--4----------------|





EFFECTS
This is tricky because of all the guitar tracks on the record,
so here a rough expression of how the combinations come across.

Intro - Chorus & mild compression
Verse1- Mild distortion
Chorus- Fuzz w/the tone turned down
Outro - Bluesy at the start, getting fuzzier all the time.



If you have any additions/corrections especially about the lyrics,
please e-mail me at D.C.Byron@hw.ac.uk

I hope I have done this song justice in this transcription. The number of
tracks makes transcribing it a nightmare, but I think I got all the
important bits.
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