White Stripes - Sugar Never Tasted So Good Chords & Tabs

 

Sugar Never Tasted So Good Chords & Tabs

White Stripes Chords & Tabs

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Sugar Never Tasted So Good Tab

   
White Stripes - Sugar Never Tasted So Good
Submitted By: Sqweeky
EMail: Blindside831@aol.com
Album:White Stripes
Tabber:ska_rocker2001 

 A# B G                                                             F
E-----3-------------------------------------------------------------1
B-------------------------------------------------------------------1
G------(<-repeat a few times - knock on yer acoustic after this->)--2
D-------------------------------------------------------------------3
A-1-2-2-------------------------------------------------------------3
E-----3-------------------------------------------------------------1

- note for the above - u can play a "G" power chord, but it sounds much lovlier
  (is that a word?) if u play a regular "G".  same thing goes for the "F" barre.
  power chord it if u must.
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/w/white_stripes/sugar_never_tasted_so_good_tab.html ]
"now - if the wrinkle..."
  G A# C 
E-------
B-------
G------- (repeat a few times)
D---3-5-
A-5-1-3-
E-3-----

- note for the above - i used power chords

"what a feelin' that's begun"
  G F# F
E-------
B-------
G------- (<-play that & then the "walk up riff" u play throughout the verses)
D-------
A-----3-
E-3-2-1-

- note for the above - power chords, walking yr "G" down to an "F" chord.

final verse - "water never tasted so good"    "..to me"
  C A# G                                         F      G
E------------------------------------------------1------3
B------------------------------------------------1-------
G-------(<-repeat a few times)-------------------1-------
D-5-3--------------------------------------------3-------
A-3-1-5------------------------------------------3------2
E-----3--------------------------------------3-2-1------3

- note for the above - again, u can use power chords.
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