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HARBORCOAT (Version 1)

{This song is actually played in Eb on the record. This transcription in
E won't go along much with the album unless you tune down.}

{intro E G#m A / Asus2}

C#m E A B
They crowded up to Lenin with their noses worn off
C#m E A B
A handshake is worthy if it's all that you've got
C#m E A B
Metal shoes on wood push through our back
C#m E A B
There's a splinter in your eye and it reads "REACT"

/F#m G#m/ x 3 F#m7

{same as before}
They shifted the statues for harboring ghosts
Reddened their necks, collared their clothes
Then we danced the dance till the menace got out
She gathered the corners and called it her gown

E G#m A/Asus2 E G#m A/Asus2
Please find my harborcoat, can't go outside without it
E G#m A/Asus2 E G#m A/Asus2
Find my harborcoat, can't go outside without it

{same as other verses}
They crowded up to Lenin with their noses worn off
A handshake is worthy if it's all that you've got
Metal shoes on wood push through our back
There's a splinter in your eye and it reads "REACT", R-E-A-C-T

{break Em with 12th fret harmonics played fast and furiously}

They shifted the statues for harboring ghosts
Reddened their necks, collared their clothes
Then we danced the dance till the menace got out
She gathered the corners and called it her gown

She said...
{end on F#m}




HARBOURCOAT (Version 2)

Remember to tune down a half step to play with the record.

Intro (and Chorus)
E G#m A (add B)
Eb-|--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0-----0-----0-----0----|
Bb-|--0--0--5--0--4--4--5--4--4--5--5--5--5--5--5-----5-----5-----5----|
Gb-|--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--4--6--6--6--6--6--4--h6----6--4--h6----6-|
Db-|--6--6--6--6-------------------------------------------------------|
Ab-|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
Eb-|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

(The second guitar plays root and 5th of the chords, mixed low)

Verse

C#m E A B
Eb-|--4--4--4----------------------------------------------------------|
Bb-|--5--5--5-----------5--5--5--5------5----------7-------------------|
Gb-|--6--6--6-----------6--6--6--6----6---6-----8-----8----------------|
Db-|--6--6--6--7--6-----7--7--7--7--7--------9-------------------------|
Ab-|-----------------7-------------------------------------------------|
Eb-|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

Interlude (Between Verses)

F#m G#m F#m G#m F#m G#m
Eb-|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
Bb-|--7--7--7--7--9--9--7--7--7--7--9--9--7--7--7--7--9--9-------------|
Gb-|--6--6--6--6--8--8--6--6--6--6--8--8--6--6--6--6--8--8-------------|
Db-|--7--7--7--7--------7--7--7--7--------7--7--7--7-------------------|
Ab-|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
Eb-|-------------------------------------------------------------------|

F#m7
Eb-|-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-----0-------------------|
Bb-|--------7-----------7-----------7-----------7----------------------|
Gb-|--6-----------6-----------6-----------6----------------------------|
Db-|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
Ab-|-------------------------------------------------------------------|
Eb-|-------------------------------------------------------------------|


They crowded up to Lenin with their noses worn off
A handshake is worthy if it's all that you've got
Metal shoes on wood push through our back
There's a splinter in your eye and it reads "REACT"

They shifted the statues for harboring ghosts
Reddened their necks, collared their clothes
Then we danced the dance till the menace got out
She gathered the corners and called it her gown

Please find my harborcoat, can't go outside without it
Find my harborcoat, can't go outside without it

They crowded up to Lenin with their noses worn off
A handshake is worthy if it's all that you've got
Metal shoes on wood push through our back
There's a splinter in your eye and it reads "REACT", R-E-A-C-T

They shifted the statues for harboring ghosts
Reddened their necks, collared their clothes
Then we danced the dance till the menace got out
She gathered the corners and called it her gown

She said...


7 CHINESE BROTHERS

"riff"
(G) 11-11-11-12----14----16-16-16-16---14--------11-11-11-12----11-9--7
(D) 0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0--0

..cont (G) 7--7--7
(D) 0--0--0--0--0--0--0-

{riff}
This mellow, sweet, short-haired boy, woman offers pull up a seat
Take in one symphony now, we've just begun to battle
Wrap your heel in bones of steel, turn the leg, a twist of color
Autumn waited hold it to you in the colored come another

C9 D9 D Dsus4 D D D
Seven chinese brothers swallowing the ocean
C9 D9 D Dsus4 D D D
Seven thousand years to sleep away the pain
C9 D9 D Dsus4 D D D
She will return,
C9 D9 D Dsus4 D D D
she will return

{riff}
This mellow, sweet, short-haired boy, woman offers pull up a seat
Take in one symphony now, we've just begun to battle
Wrap your heel in bones of steel, turn the leg, a twist of color
Autumn waded seven seas swimming colored come another

C9 D9 D Dsus4 D D D
Seven chinese brothers swallowing the ocean
C9 D9 D Dsus4 D D D
Seven thousand years to sleep away the pain
C9 D9 D Dsus4 D D D
She will return,
C9 D9 D Dsus4 D D D
she will return

{Break:

Chord: Bsus2 x24400

(G) --------0-----
Fill (D) ------4-----4-
(A) --2-2---------

Chord for two measures/Fill twice/Chord for two measures/
then these chords: D/// A/// }

{riff}
This mellow, sweet, short-haired boy, woman offers pull up a chair
Take in one symphony now, I guest we lost that battle
Wrap your heel in bones of steel, turn the leg, a twist of color
Autumn waded seven seas swimming colored come another

C9 D9 D Dsus4 D D D
Seven chinese brothers swallowing the ocean
C9 D9 D Dsus4 D D D
Seven thousand years the Communi did reign
C9 D9 D Dsus4 D D D
She will return,
C9 D9 D Dsus4 D D D
she will return

C9 : x32033
D9 : xx0210


SO. CENTRAL RAIN

Original chords by: ?
Corrections by: alysia oakley (smo7146@oberlin.edu)

{ opening riff }
E: ---------|-------------------|-----------------|----------0-|---0------0---
B: ---------|----------3--------|-3---------------|------3-----|-3---3------0-
G: ---------|--------2---2------|---2-0-----------|----2---2---|--------2-----
D: -----2-3-|-0 {let ring out!}-|-------------2-3-|-0----------|--------------
A: -3-3-----|-------------------|--------3-3------|------------|--------------

C Em Gm F
Did you never call? I waited for your call
C Cm Bb C
These rivers of suggestion are driving me away
C Em Gm F
The trees will bend, the cities wash away
C Cm Bb C
The city on the river has a girl without a dream

chorus} C Dm x4
I'm sorry

{bass solo} C x4

{chords same as first verse}
Eastern to Mountain, third party call, the lines are down
The wise man wrote his words upon the rocks
But I'm not bound to follow suit
The trees will bend, the conversation's dimmed
Go build yourself another home, this choice isn't mine

chorus} C Dm x2
I'm sorry


{Am riff}
E(1) : -------------|-------0--------0----
B(2) : -1-----------|-------1-----1-------
G(3) : -2-----------|----------2--------2- x2
D(4) : -2-----------|----------------------
A(5) : -0-----------|----------------------


{bass solo} G x4 C x4

{same chords as other verses}
Did you never call? I waited for your call
These rivers of suggestion are driving me away
The ocean sang, the cities wash away
Go build yourself another dream, this choice isn't mine

Am riff x4
{end very intensely on Am}

-----

From: Carlos Yuzo Shine (c_shine@mailexcite.com)

SO. CENTRAL RAIN ("In The Attic" Version)

Well, I've bought the "new" (actually, it's a EMI compilation)
R.E.M. album, and I heard that "Time After Time/Red Rain/So. Central Rain"
live medley that contains a really nice version of "So. Central Rain".
It's just Michael singing and Peter playing.

To play this version, just replace the C on the bass solo:


e --0---------------
B ----1-----1-------
G ------------(0)---
D ------0h2---------
A -3--------------3-


and the G on the other bass solo:

e ---3---------
B -----3-------
G -----------0-
D -------------
A -------0h2---
E -3-----------
(actually, Peter doesn't play this way, but I think
this way is OK, too!)

Play the other chords in harmonics.

----

SO CENTRAL RAIN

Transcripted by Stefan Jagd Nielsen

I have this version from a 1985 concert where Peter is picking thourgh the song. I´t may
work on the IRS version from Utrecht 1987 but I´m not sure. This is how I´m hearing it.

Intro :

E-----------------------------------I-----------------------------0--------0--------0-----
B--------------------3-----3--------I--------------------3-----3-----3--------3--------0--
G-----------------2-----2-----2--0--I-----------------2-----2-----------2--------2--------
D--------2--3--0--------------------I--------2--3--0--------------------------------------
A--3--3-----------------------------I--3--3-----------------------------------------------
E-----------------------------------I-----------------------------------------------------

Verse 1

C-chord C-chord
E-----0--------0---0----------0--I-----0---------0---0-----------------0---------0----
B--------1------------1----------I--------1-------------1-----------------1-----------
G--------------------------------I----------------------------------------------------
D----------0h2-----------0h2-----I-----------0h2----------0h2--0h2----------0h2-------
A--3-------------3---------------I--3--------------3----------------3-----------------
E--------------------------------I----------------------------------------------------

Verse 2

Em-Chord Gm-chord F-chord C-chord cm-chord Bb-chord
E-----0--------0--------3--------3--------1--------1--------0--------0--------3--------1-----------------
B--------0--------0--------3--------3--------1--------1--------1--------1---------4--------3------
G-----------0-----------------3-----------------2-----------------0-----------------------
D--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
E--0-----------------3-----------------1-----------------3-----------------3---------1------------------

C-chord
E-----0---------0-----0----------0-I-------------------------------------------------------
B--------1---------------1---------I------------------------------------------------
G----------------------------------I----------------------------------------------
D-----------0h2-------------0h2----I--Repeat verse 1 and 2------------------------------------------------
A------------------3---------------I------------------------------------------------------
E--3-------------------------------i------------------------------------------------------

Chours same as intro

Bridge :

E--0--0---------0-------0--------0-I------3----------3-----3----------3-------------------------
B--1-----1---------1-------1-------I---------3----------------3-------------------------
G--2--------------------------2----I------------------------------------------------
D--2--------0h2--------------------I----------------------------------------------------
A--0------------------0------------I------------0h2--------------0h2--------------------------
E----------------------------------I---3----------------3-----------------------------------

E------3----------3-----3----------3-I------------------------
B---------3----------------3---------I----------------
G------------------------------------I------------
D------------------------------------I--Repaet verse 1--------------
A------------0h2--------------0h2----I----------------------
E---3----------------3---------------I--------------------

At the end of the song when Michael is shouting Peter is struming the Am totally wild.


PRETTY PERSUASION

Intro : (Play twice)

E ******** Esus ************************* E ******** D ***** A *****
E---0--- ---- -0-- 0---0-!---0-- 0--0-- --0--- strum. strum. !
B----420 2420 --0- --0----!----0- -0---- ---0-- ------- -------!
G------- ---- 2--2 ---2---!-2---2 --2--- 1---1- ------- -------!
D------- ---- ---- -------!-2---- ------ 2---- ------- -------!
A------- ---- ---- -------!------ ------ ------ ------- -------!
E----------------------------!----------------0-----------------------!

Verse :

Dsus---->D Dsus---->D Asus-(A)--(hammer on+off D,C#,B,C# on B string
)
It's.......what I want.......................
Dsus---->D Dsus---->D Asus--(A)--- >----------
I...........real............ize.....................
Dsus---->D Dsus---->D Asus--(A)--- >----------
All.........has been tried........................
Dsus---->D Dsus---->D Asus--(A)--- >----------
Follow..... eas....ily.....................

F#m-----(Bm, A)------F#m E(sus)--F#m (Esus: 2nd fret of
Cannot shuffle in this heat. It's all wrong A,D,and G strings
)
F#m-----(Bm, A )-----F#m E---> F#m
Try to put that on your sleeve. It's all wrong
E------->F#m
All wrong
Chorus :

D E ------->F#m D E--------->F#m
It's got pretty persuasion She's got pretty persuasion
D E-------->F#m D E--------->F#m
God damn your con fusion She's got pretty persuasion

Repeat the above for verse#2, and chorus ..

Bridge :

E/ F#m A--->E Dsus--->D, Dsus--->D.
In the light..................................
F#m A--->E Dsus--->D, (A)-->D, (A)->D,(A)->D,(A)->D,A.
All this hea...............bleah, bleah.........etc.......

Now play the TAB stuff again, then verse #3, then chorus again,
ends on F#m. ("Pretty persuay".)


Lyrics:

It's what I want, hurry and buy,
all has been tried, follow reason and buy,
Cannot shuffle in this heat, it's all wrong
Try to put that on your sleeve it's all wrong it's all wrong

He's got a pretty persuasion
She's got pretty persuasion
God damn, pure confusion
She's got pretty persuasion

It's what I want, hurry and buy,
all has been tried, follow reasoning,
And I put that in this heat it's all wrong
Try to wear that on my sleeve it's all wrong all wrong

He's got a pretty persuasion
She's got pretty persuasion
God damn, pure confusion
He's got pretty persuasion

In the line of heart,
All is peeling away,

It's what I want, hurry and buy,
all has been tried, follow reason and buy,
Try to put that in this heat it's all wrong
Cannot wear that on your sleeve it's all wrong it's all wrong


TIME AFTER TIME (ANNELISE)

The tune is in E flat, but uses standard RES chord shapes.

Play the main riff and chorus on a guitar tuned to F, or tuned normally and
capoed to the first fret, or tuned to E flat and capoed on the second fret.

Play the 2nd guitar part on a guitar tuned to E flat, so you can get the drone
effect. You can just play the 1st and 2nd strings if you want.

Play the 3rd guitar part (ringing chords) on a guitar tuned to E flat, using
this shape:
Eb chord shape: 079900

Main riff (tune to F or capo 1st fret)
F--|-0----0-0-0---3-3-sl-5-0---- This is the main riff and repeats many times
C--|-3----3-3-3---3-3--------0-- throughout the song. I believe that the main
Ab-|-2----2-2-2---2-2----------- chord here is Dsus2 with some extra picking
Eb-|-0----0-0-0---0-0----------- thrown in. Wierd, but not so hard once you get
Bb-|---------------------------- the hang of it. Tune to F to maximize ringing
F--|---------------------------- of open strings. (Or play in standard tuning
with capo on 1st fret).

2nd guitar (tune to E flat)
Eb-|-0-0-0-0----0-0-0-0---| This is the droning heard through most of the song.
Bb-|-5-5-5-5----5-5-5-5---| Play with either two or three strings, your choice.
Gb-|-9-9-9-9--------------|
Db-|----------------------|
Ab-|----------------------|
Eb-|----------------------|

Eb
Ask the girl of the hour by the water tower's watch
If your friends took a fall, are you obligated to follow

Time after Time section (guitar 1, F tuning)

Fm Ab Eb (main riff)
F--|-----0---------------3-0-------0----0-0-0---3-3-sl-5-----------|
C--|-------0---0------0------3-0---3----3-3-3---3-3--------0-------|
Ab-|---0-----0------0--------------2----2-2-2---2-2----------------|
Eb-|-2-----------------------------0----0-0-0---0-0----------------|
Bb-|---------------------------------------------------------------|
F--|---------------------------------------------------------------|

Fm Ab Eb
Time after time after time
Time after time after time

Eb
when the bull's on his hooves, when you gather friends by the tower
If you try to refuse, will they judge your worth by the hour?
Fm Ab Eb
Time after time after time
Time after time after time

Eb
If your tired and you're tried you can find me in my room
You can stay if you want and the third time you can't lose
Fm Ab Eb
Time after time after time
Time after time after time

Guitar solo (2 times)

Eb-|-7-5-4-5-4------------7-7-7-5-9-7-5----|
Bb-|-----------7-5-7-/9-7------------------|
Gb-|---------------------------------------|
Db-|---------------------------------------|
Ab-|---------------------------------------|
Eb-|---------------------------------------|

Eb
Ask the girl of the hour, by the water tower's watch
We can fight if you want but who will turn out the light
Fm Ab Eb
Time after Time after Time
Time after time after time

End on Eb chord (7th fret)

Notes: There are three guitars on this song. One (tuned to F?) plays the
main riff. The second basically drones on Eb notes, played on two strings at
once. A 12 string would be ideal for this part. A third guitar plays the Eb
chord on the seventh fret (with open Eb and Bb strings). It sounds like
there's more going on due to the interaction of these parts.


SECOND GUESSING

Original chords by: ?
Corrections by: Jonathan Blanks (joblanks@vt.edu)

Intro: E C# B

E A/Asus2 E///E///
Why're you tryin' to se-cond guess me?
E A/Asus2 B///B///
I am tired of se-cond guessing.
E A/Asus2 E///E///
What will be your look this season?
E A/Asus2 B///B///
Who will be your book this season?

A Asus4 Asus2 E
Oh.... Oh.... Oh....

D G D G D G B
Here we are Here we are Here we are

E A/Asus2 E///E///
Why're you tryin' to se-cond guess me?
E A/Asus2 B///B///
I am tired of se-cond guessing.
E A/Asus2 E///E///
What will be your look this season?
E A/Asus2 B///B///
Be in my club, write a book this season

A Asus4 Asus2
Oh.... Oh.... Oh....
A Asus4 Asus2 E
Oh.... Oh.... Oh....

D G D G D G B
Here we are Here we are Here we are
D G D G D G B
Here we are Here we are Here we are

End on E.


LETTER NEVER SENT

Chords by: Jeremy Price
Corrections by: Jonathan Blanks (joblanks@vt.edu)

Tuned guitar down 1/2 step

Intro:

D Cadd9
1 a & a 2 a & a 3 a & a 4 a & a 1 a & a 2 a & a 3 a & a 4 a & a
e|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------|------------------------3-------|
G|2---2---2---2---2---2---2---2---|0---0---0-----------0-------0---|
D|0---0---0---0---4---4---4---4---|2---2---2-----------------------|
A|--------------------------------|------------3-------------------|
E|--------------------------------|--------------------------------|

After the beginning part there are these series of chords :

D D D D G G C C C C D D D D G G C C C C

And then the chorus:

A G A G A G
Heaven's yours Heavens yours Heavens yours...etc

There there is this part:

Bm A D Bm A G
When I'm moving too fast Where's my new address?


Lyrics:

It's been pretty simple so far, vacation in Athens is calling me
And knock, knock, knock on wood, I thought I'd left you behind
Heaven is yours, heaven is yours, heaven's yours where I live

The thought of the catacombs left my soul at home
This letter never sent
And it's so far, it's so dark, i'm so lost
Heaven's yours, heaven's yours, heaven's yours where I live
(Another story, another story for a while, someone show me)
When I'm moving too fast, where's my new address?

The water is evening now, the catacombs are filling in
If my soul was made of stone, no, not, not so dark, dark

And it's so far, it's so dark, i'm so lost
And it's so far, it's so far, it's so far

Heaven's yours, heaven's yours, heaven's yours where I live
(Another story, another story for a while, someone show me)
Heaven's yours, heaven's yours, heaven's yours where I live
(Another story, another story for a while, someone show me)


CAMERA

So, let's call this "riff a".

D(4) !0-----------0-2-!3-------------0-!2---------------!----------------!
A(5) !----------------!----------------!----------------!------0---0---0-!

D(4) !0-----------0-2-!3-------------0-!2---------------!----------------!
A(5) !----------------!----------------!----------------!1-----1---0---0-!

That's the first eight measures of the song. In fact, that's the bass line for

all the verses. If you have a bass and a guitar both, the bass should play
this throughout (except for the chorus) and the guitar should not come in until

the third line of the first verse ("when the party lulls..."). If you have
just a guitar, then you should play this for the first two lines of the first
verse.

We'll call this "riff b".

e(1) !5-------------5-!----------------!------3---------!0-----0-----0---!
B(2) !3-----------3---!------3---------!----0-----0-----!--3-----3-----3-!
G(3) !2---------2-----!--2-------2-----!--2---------2---!----0-----0-----!
D(4) !0-------0-------!3-----------3-0-!2-------------2-!----------------!

There is, of course, ad lib. on the actual recording, but this is the basic
pattern.

And this is "riff c".
(slide)
e(1) !------------5/10!8-------------10!7-------------!----------------!
B(2) !----------3-----!----------------!---------10p8h!10----10--------!
G(3) !--------2-------! (pull-off and hammer-on)
D(4) !0---------------!

Also, throughout the chorus, there's a pretty typical sus4/add2 chord pattern;
for example, on the D chord, do something like this to the note on e(1):
e(1) !2-----2-2-3---5-!--3---2---0---2-!
Do the same thing on the second string while playing the A chord at the end of
the chorus. On the C chord, hammer-on to the third fret on the second string
(Cadd2) in a similar pattern.

verse 1
/From the inside room when the front room greeting
riff a
\Becomes your special book, it was simple then

riff b When the party lulls, if we fall by the side

riff b Will you be remembered? Will she be remembered? (Asus4/A)

chorus
G D C D
Alone in a crowd, a bartered lantern borrowed
G D C A
If I'm to be your camera, then who will be your face?

verse 2
riff b I fell by your bed once; I didn't want to tell you
riff b I should keep myself inbetween th pages
riff b Of the green light room if we fall by the side
riff b Will you be remembered? Will she be remembered? (Asus4/A)

chorus

play riff c twice, then:

verse 3
riff c From the inside room when the front room greeting
riff b Becomes your special book, it was simple then
riff b When the party lulls, if we fall by the side
riff b I still like you; can you rememeber? (Asus4/A)

chorus twice


(DON'T GO BACK TO) ROCKVILLE (2 Versions)

(DON'T GO BACK TO) ROCKVILLE (Version 1)

{intro : E / / / E / / / E / / / Esus4 E EaddF# E}

E A/Asus4
Looking at your watch a third time waiting in the station for a bus
E A/Asus4
Going to a place that's far, so far away and if that's not enough
B A G#m C#m Bm A/Asus4
Going where nobody says hello, they don't talk to anybody they don't know

E A
You'll wind up in some factory that's full time filth and nowhere left to go
E A/Asus4
Walk home to an empty house, sit around all by yourself
B A G#m C#m
I know it might sound strange, but I believe
Bm A/Asus4 A A/G#bass A/F#bass
You'll be coming back before too long

E F#m B
Don't go back to Rockville
A (B) 3-2-0---0-2--3-2-0--0
And waste another year riff: (G) ------2------------2

{same as above}
At night I drink myself to sleep and pretend
I don't care if you're not here with me
'Cause it's so much easier to handle
All my problems if I'm too far out to sea
But something better happen soon
Or it's gonna be too late to bring you back

E D B A B
It's not as though I really need you
E F#m B A B
If you were here I'd only bleed you
F#m C#m F#m C#m A
But everybody else in town only wants to bring you down and
B
That's not how it ought to be

{same as before}
I know it might sound strange, but I believe
You'll be coming back before too long

Riff that comes in during the later verses of "Rockville":

E

(E)------0------5----4--2--0----
(B)-----------------------------
(G)----------------------------- play twice
(D)--2--------------------------
(A)-----------------------------
(E)-----------------------------

A(sus4)

(E)------5-----7-----9----7----5-------
(B)------------------------------------
(G)---/6---6/7---7/9---\7---\6--------- play twice
(D)------------------------------------
(A)------------------------------------
(E)------------------------------------



--------------

(DON'T GO BACK TO) ROCKVILLE (Version 2)

transcribed by Jeff Elkins (jeff.elkins@nashville.com)
Corrections/additions always welcome.

This is my first post. I transcribe for myself quite frequently (solo or
duo acoustic arrangements), but don't usually put it down on paper (or
computer). I decided that it was time to share! Here's a tune that was
re-done by 10,000 Maniacs - further evidence of it's _timelessness_, in my
opinion.

* = fretted note play all strings marked "o", mute (or don't
@ = add for 4th play) strings marked "x"
% = add for 2nd


E oooooo A. oooooo A.. xooooo B. xooooo B.. oooooo C#m xooooo
====== ====== ------ ------ ------ ------
|||*|| |||||| 5||||*| 2|*|||| 7*||||| 4|*|||*
|**@|| ||***| |||*|| |||||| |||*|| ||||*|
|||||| ||||@| ||*@|| ||**|| |**||| ||**||
||%||| |||||| ||||||
||%|||

G#m oooooo F#m oooooo Bm4 xooooo
------ ------ ------
4*||*** 2*||*** 2|*||||
|||||| |||||| ||||*|
|**||| |**||| ||**||

(see end for performance notes)

INTRO:
E E4 E
E E4 E E2 E
A A4 A2
A A4 A2 A

VERSE 1:
E E4 E
Look-in' at your watch at the ti-ime
E4 E E2 E
Waitin' in the sta-tion for the
A. A4 A2 A. A4 A2
Bus
E E4 E
Goin' to a place that's far, so
E4 E E2
Far away and if that's not
A. A4 A2 A. A4 A2
E-nough

BRIDGE 1:
B. A. G#m
Goin' where no-body says hi
C#m C#m Bm4 A.
No, they don't talk to no-one they don't know

VERSE 2:
You'll wind up in some fac-tor-y that's
Full time there'll be no-where left
To go
Walk home to an emp-ty house
Sit around al-l by
Your-self

BRIDGE 2:
B. A. G#m
I know it might sound strange, but I
C#m C#m Bm4 A.
Be-lieve you'll be coming back be-fore too long

CHORUS:
E F#m B..(or B.)
Don't go back to Rockvil-le
E F#m B..(or B.)
Don't go back to Rockvil-le
E F#m B..(or B.)
Don't go back to Rockvil-le
(Riff)
..... Waste another year...

VERSE 3:
At night I drink my-self to sleep and
Pre-tend I don't care that your not
Here with me
'Cause It's so much eas-ier to hand-le
All my problems if I sleep on
'Em you see

BRIDGE 3:
B. A. G#m
Some-thin' better hap-pen soon
C#m C#m Bm4 A.
It's gonna be too late to bring you back

-CHORUS-

REFRAIN (bar chords):
E A B A B
It's not as though I didn't ne-ed you
E A B A B
If you were here I'd only bleed you
F#m C#m
- But ever-y bod-y else in
F#m C#m Bm4
Town - only wants to bring you
A B. (Tacet 1 bar)
Down - That's not how it ought to be...

-BRIDGE 2-

-CHORUS- (then repeat)


Riff (play just ahead of the beat)

A.. - then tacet (drift off) N.C.

e |--0~-----------------------|-----------------------------------|
B |--5~-----------------------|-----------------------------------|
G |--6~-----------------------|-6/7--6-----------6--7--6----------|
D |--7~-----------------------|----------9---7-9-----------9--7-9-|
A |--0~-----------------------|-----------------------------------|
E |--0~-----------------------|-----------------------------------|

1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +

...Waste another year

Performance Notes:

I play this with many open strings except in the REFRAIN, which is
really straight bar chords. The F#m in the chorus is probably a straight
F#m bar chord - Mike Mills plays the low F# on bass. BUT, I prefer to play
the following F#m7add4 chord (because it "jangles" and sounds fuller than
the bar chord):
F#m7+4 xooooo
------
6|||*|| <-- These two notes slide up
||*||| <-- from the E chord...
||||||
finger with your pinky --> |*||||

[If you use this chord, you will definitely want to play the "B.."]

In order to play this all on guitar (there is a piano in the
verses) you need to add notes to the E and A. chords - the E chord bounces
off-and-on an A note (the 4th) and an F# note (the 2nd) in the verse. The
A. does likewise with a D note (4th) and the open B string/note
(2nd).
This song is NOT that complicated. To start out, play the song
without all the 4th's, 2nd's, etc., and get a feel for it (stress the 2nd
and 4th beats). Then, play around with it until _YOU_ like the way that it
sounds.


LITTLE AMERICA

Main riff:

e(1)2---2---3-2-0---|0h2-2-2---2-0---|----------0-----|----------------|
B(2)--------------3-|--------------3-|1h3-3-3-------3-|--3---3---------|
G(3)----------------|----------------|----------------|----------2-2-2-|

repeat repeat repeat e(1) |------10--------|
B(2) |--8-------8-----|

chords over main riff: measure by measure
D---/D---/C---/G---/D---/D---/C---/G---
chords for chorus: measure by measure
G---/G---/Em---/Em---/G---/G---/Em---/A---

Lyrics:

I can't see myself at thirty, I don't buy a lacquered thirty
Caught like flies, preserved for tomorrow's jewelery, again
Lighted in the amber yard, a green shellback, green shellback
Preserved for tomorrow's eyes, in tree beer tar-black brer sap,
The biggest wagon is the empty wagon is the noisiest,
The consul a horse, Jefferson I think we're lost

Who will tend the farm museums? Who will dust today's belongings?
Who will sweep the floors, hedging near the givens?
Rally round your leaders it's the mediator season
Diane is on the beach, do you realize the life she's led?
The biggest wagon is the empty wagon is the noisiest,
The consul a horse, oh man I think we're lost
The biggest wagon is the empty wagon is the noisiest,
A matter of course, Jefferson, Jeffer

Lighted in the amber yard, a green shellback, green shellback
Sky-lied, sty-tied, Nero pie-tied, in tree tar-black brer sap,
Reason has harnessed the tame, a lodging, not stockader's game
Another Greenville, another Magic Mart, Jeffer, grab your fiddle,
The biggest wagon is the empty wagon is the noisiest,
The consul a horse, Jefferson I think we're lost
The biggest wagon is the empty wagon is the noisiest,
The consul a horse, Jefferson I think we're lost

----

LittLe america
tabbed by chris Lawrence (mustang@isLandnet.com)

I mainly wanted to improve the main riff here. the chorus kinda stumps me..
i think the one gtr is playing just power chords on the bottom two strings,
and another is doing some mid-range stuff. who knows...

E---------------------------------------------------------
B--7-7-8-7------------------------------------------------
G--7-------9^7-9\11-11-11--11-9--5\7-7-7-9-7--7-7-7-7-7-7-
D--0-----------------------------0---0-0-0-0--0-0-0-0-0-0-
A---------------------------------------------------------
E---------------------------------------------------------

the overdubbed notes can be played:

E-----------------------------------------------10----
B--7-7-8-7------------------------------------8----8--
G--7-------9^7-9\11-11-11--11-9--5\7-7-7-9-7--7----7--
D--0-----------------------------0---0-0-0-0--0----0--
A-----------------------------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------------

as for the chorus, try:

G Em G Em A
D-----------------------------------------
A--5----5-4-2-----2-4-5----5-4-2------7---
E--3----3-2-0-----0-2-3----3-2-0------5---

strum the chords for longer than i've shown, i've just shown the walking
notes...

interlude:

E------------------------------------------
B------------------------------------------
G--7\9--9-7--4-7-9-7--7-7\9-9-7--12--9-9-9-
D------------------------------------------
A--5\7--7-5--2-5-7-5--5-5\7-7-5--10--7-7-7- X 2
E------------------------------------------

the song ends on a D chord


From: Chris Lawrence (mustang@islandnet.com)

here is the little snippet of music that ends some versions of
reckoning:

(tuning = half step down = Eb Ab Db Gb Bb Eb)

Eb-------------------------------------------------------------
Bb-------------------------------------------------------------
Gb--7-7-7-7-7-7-5-7--5-5-5-5-5-5-4-5-4--4-4-4-4-4-4--4-0-2-4-0-
Db--0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0--0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0--0-0-0-0-0-0--0-0-0-0-0-
Ab-------------------------------------------------------------
Eb-------------------------------------------------------------

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