Zappa Frank - Muffin Man Chords & Tabs

 

Muffin Man Chords & Tabs

Zappa Frank Chords & Tabs

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Muffin Man Tab

   
#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Song: Muffin Man
album: Strictly Commercial
Artist: Frank Zappa
Tabbed by: J. Sepko
Metal4480@aol.com

Well, I couldn't find the tabs online for this song so I made myself.
The lyrics are also included.

|--------|      /-----\       |-----|  |-----|         /---\
|------//      //-----\\      |\\\\\/  |\\\\\/        //---\\
      //      //       \\     ||   ||  ||   ||       //     \\
     //      //---------\\    |/////\  |/////\      //-------\\
    //      //           \\   ||----|  |-----|     //---------\\
   //      //             \\  ||       ||         //           \\
  /-----| |-|             |-| ||       ||        //             \\
 |------| |-|             |-| ||       ||       |-|             |-|


 Intro:     Play 2x
-----------------------------------|-----------------------------------|
-----------------------------------|-----------------------------------|
-----------------------------------|-----------------------------------|
4-----4/---5-----9----9/---11------|12-----9---------------------------|
2-----2/---3-----7----7/----9------|10-----7---------------------------|
-----------------------------------|-----------------------------------|
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/z/zappa_frank/muffin_man_tab_ver_2.html ]
                              Riff #2
-----------------------------------|-----------------------------------|
-----------------------------------|-----------------------------------|
-----------------------------------|-----------------------------------|
4-----4/---5-----9----9/---11------|12-----9-----7p-5--7p-5--7p-5--5--7|
2-----2/---3-----7----7/----9------|10-----7---------------------------|
-----------------------------------|-----------------------------------|

then play the intro again 1x

then comes the solo which i'm not going to attempt. Anyone who wants to
tab it out should post it or e-mail it to me.



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From: chuck@spectrum.cs.unsw.oz.au (Mark Andrew Hawling)



"Mom & Dad" - Frank Zappa

This is from the Frank Zappa Songbook and appeared on the Mothers album
"Were Only In It For The Money".


The chord shapes are

Em7 Fmaj9 CsusD DsusE EsusF# Cmaj9b5 F
-0----3-----0-----0-----2-------2----1-----
-3----1-----3-----3-----0-------3----1-----
-0----2-----0-----2-----1-------4----2-----
-2----2-----2-----0-----2-------2----3-----
-2----x-----3-----------2-------3----------
-0----1-----------------0------------------

C6/9 Am9 F6/9 Bbmaj9 Abmaj9 Abmaj7
------0---3-----1------3------3------------
-3----1---3-----1------4------1------------
-2----4---2-----2------3------1------------
-2----2---3-----3------5------1------------
-3----0---------1------3-------------------
----------------1------4-------------------

Also the opening riff which reappears through out the song (marked as Em *) is
this:

-------0---------------------------------
-0-2-3-2-3---2-3-2-0---2-0---------------
-0-2-4---4---2-----0-2-2-0---------------
-2-------------------4-------------------
-2---------------------------------------
-0---------------------------------------

The ending tacet is:

 They killed her  too.     
---------------------------0-------------
------------------0--------0-------------
-0----------------0---6-7--0-------------
------4------2-0--2--------2-------------
------------------2---4-5--2-------------
------------------0--------0-------------

The last chord should be played as an arpeggio.
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