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1. My Calm/Your Storm


There are two parts to this song:
Cliff -> Capo 2 
Derek -> Clean (Key of E, which makes Cliff's part in D for you theory folks)

I will transcribe Cliff's part (which is the melody, really) as accurately
as possible. Derek's will follow at the end, and corresponds directly with
Cliff's, so if there are fans playing both parts, all the changes are at 
the same time. Play along with the record and this will make more sense. 
All chords are above the ~approximate~ lyric sung at that point. Again, 
listen to the record, it will become very clear.

All chords are given relative to the Capo (ie in this case G is really an A,
A->B, etc)

Intro: 
G D A D
G D A D
Enter Band:
G D A D
G D A D
First Verse: (Same as Intro Lick)
G D A D
Seven years on the seven seas
G D A D
The winds have ceased all is well at ease
G D A D 
There's no tempest to attack me
G D A A ( <-- note this last line, the A is held)
Afloat on the boat of mediocrity

Bridge 1:
G D G D
Way back when You first calmed me
G D A A
At peace with you I'd always be
G D G D 
But now it's empty methodology
G D A A
The fine white tomb that no one sees.

Chorus:
G A D D
Ooh Ooh I am perishing
G A D Bm
Within the grey of faith and form
G A D D
Arise rebuke my content and my peace
G A C D
Make my calm, Your storm

Interlude: (Intro Lick)
G D A D
G D A D

Verse 2: (Same as Verse 1)
I want to navigate out of this lukewarm sea
Into the stream of reality
Let the waves throw their threats at me
Makes me hold on more tightly

Bridge 2: (Same as Bridge 1)
I want to set my sails free
Discontent with what will be will be
I want to kill this thief That steals life from me
And kill myself, the pharisee

Chorus: (same chords as above, slightly different lyrics)
G A D D
Save me I am perishing
G A D Bm
In this grey of faith and form
G A D D
Arise rebuke my content and my peace
G A C D
Make my calm, Your storm

Interlude:
G D A D
G D A D

(Solo) played over:
G D A D
G D A D

Chrous: (Same as Chorus, above)
(Last line)
G A G A G A C D
Make my calm Make my calm Make my calm Your Storm

Outro:
G D A D
G D A D
G D A D
G D A D

------------------
Derek: Clean guitar, played over Cliff

Intro:
Asus2 E B E
Asus2 E B E

Verse:
Asus2 E B E
Asus2 E B E
Asus2 E B E
Asus2 E B B (here is the change, as above in Cliff's part)

Bridge:
Asus2 E Asus2 E
Asus2 E B B
Asus2 E Asus2 E
Asus2 E B B

Chorus:
Asus2 B E E
Asus2 B E C#m
Asus2 B E E
Asus2 B Dsus2 E

Follow exact pattern as part 1


------------------
Chord Signatures:
------------------
Cliff: (all given relative to capo) || Derek (clean)

E|-3---0---2---2--- E|-0----2---0---4-----0--
B|-3---2---3---3--- B|-0----4---0---5-----3--
G|-0---2---2---4--- G|-2----4---1---6-----2--
D|-0---2---0---4--- D|-2----4---2---6-----0--
A|-2---0---x---2--- A|-0----2---2---4-----x--
E|-3---x---x---2--- E||-x----x---0---4-----x-- 

G A D Bm Asus2 B E C#m Dsus2


2. This World


G          320033
C          332010
D2(add4)   554030
Am         x02210
D          x00232
Em         022000
C2         x32033


Guitar: capo 2nd fret


-Intro-
G C D2(add4)(2x)


-Verse 1-
C
There's tarnish on the golden rule
             C               D2(add4)
And I want to jump from this ship of fools
G         C           D2(add4)     G
Show me a place where hope is young
          C             D2(add4)
And people aren't afraid to love


-Chorus-
G    C         D2(add4)   G                      C     D2(add4) G
This world has nothing for me and this world has everything
C         D2(add4)   G            C          D2(add4)
All that I could want and nothing that I need


-Verse 2-
G    C        D2(add4)       G       C          D2(add4) G C
This world is making me drunk on the spirits of fear.
        D2(add4)   G        C    D2(add4)
So when he says who will go, I am nowhere near.


-Chorus 2x-
G      C       D2(add4)   G                      C    D2(add4) G
This world has nothing for me and this world has everything.
C         D2(add4)   G            C          D2(add4)
All that I could want and nothing that I need.
G      C       D2(add4)   G                      C    D2(add4) G
This world has nothing for me and this world has everything.
C         D2(add4)   G            C          D2(add4)
All that I could want and nothing that I need.


-Bridge-
Am   C                 G         D
AND THE LEAST OF THESE LOOK LIKE CRIMINALS TO ME
Am C       G         D
SO I LEAVE CHRIST ON THE STREET


-Guitar Solo-
G C D2(add4) G C D2(add4) G C D2(add4) G C D2(add4)


-Verse 3-
G    C         D2(add4)    G              C               D2(add4)
This world has held my hand and has led me into intolerance
                                                                    
-Bridge-
    Em         D           Em          D
BUT NOW I'M WAKING UP, AND NOW I'M BREAKING UP,
    Em         D              C2
BUT NOW I'M MAKING UP FOR LOST TIME


-Chorus-
G    C        D2(add4)    G                     C     D2(add4) G
This world has nothing for me and this world has everything
C          D2(add4)  G            C          D2(add4)
All that I could want and nothing that I need.


N.C.
This world has nothing for me
This world has everything
All that I could want
And nothing that I need


3. Too Tender


THE EASY WAY - Simple to play, but doesn't sound like the original:

0x2100  E
x46600  C#m
x24400  B
x02200  A
4x6444  G#m
2x2200  F#m

INTRO/VERSE/CHORUS:  E, C#m7, Bsus4, A9, repeat...

E|---------0---------------0---------------0-------  etc...
B|-------0---0-----------0---0-----------0---0-----  Follow the chord
G|-----1-------1-------1-------1-------6-------6---  progression using
D|---2-----------2---2-----------2---6-----------6-  the same
A|---------------------------------4---------------  arpeggiated
E|-0---------------0-------------------------------  picking pattern.
   E ............................. C#m.................B...A

BRIDGE:  G#m, A, G#m, A, G#m, A, F#m, B

E|-----------------4-------------------------------0---------------
B|-----------4---------------4---------------0---------------0-----
G|-------4-------4-------4-------4-------2-------2-------2-------2-
D|-----6-------6-------6-------6-------2-------2-------2-------2---
A|---------------------------------0-------------------------------
e|-4---------------------------------------------------------------
   G#m ........................... A9..............................

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

THE HARD WAY - Sounds like the original, if you're able to do it...
Same as the easy way, with the following changes:

0x6200  E
X46200  C#m

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

THE BEST WAY - Put a 345- partial capo on the second fret. This is 
how I play it. (I think Derek actually does it tuned DGDGAD, capo 2.)
Sounds like the original AND is easy to play.  Same picking pattern:

ox40oo  E    |  # = any string fingered # frets above the capo
x240oo  C#m  |  0 = capoed string not fingered
x022oo  B    |  o = uncapoed string not fingered
3x00oo  A    |  c = uncapoed string fingered at same fret as the capo
2x4222  G#m  |  x = any string not played
cx00oo  F#m

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

VERSE 1:
Water water everywhere 
And I complain about my thirst
The prescription's in my hand
While the pain I curse

CHORUS:
I know the longer
I know the harder 
The walk will be 
With my callused feet
And my too tender knees

VERSE 2:
Stumbled upon the truth
Wished it'd get out of my way
When I see the light
I pull down the shade

REPEAT CHORUS

GUITAR SOLO

BRIDGE:
If I were as smart as Christopher
I'd find a closet
If I were as weak as Samson was
I'd make a prophet

REPEAT CHORUS (with derek)

REPEAT CHORUS (derek overlapping)
I know the longer
     (with my callused feet)
I know the harder 
     (and my too tender knees)
The walk will be 
     (I know the longer)
With my callused feet
     (I know the harder the walk) 
And my too tender knees


4. Suicidal Stones


Intro:
D Asus2 Bm-sus2 G
D Asus2 Bm-sus2 G
D Asus2 Bm-sus2 G
D Asus2 Bm-sus2 G
D    Dsus4

Tab: (This is the actual strumming patterns; hope it helps)

-2--0--2----3-3--3--  This is the first half of the pair;  I have tried to
-3--0--2----3-3--3--    approximate the timing with spacing between chords.
-2--2--4----0-0--0--  It also sound better if the first G is an upstroke,
-0--2--4----0-0--0--    and the following two G's are downstrokes.
-x--0--2----2-2--2--
-x--x--2----3-3--3--

-2--0--2--2-2----3--  This is the second half of the pair;  again, timing is
-3--0--2--2-2----3--    approximated with spacing between chords.
-2--2--4----4----0--  If you can squeeze in an upstroke of those bottom two 
-0--2--4----4----0--    strings between downstrokes of a Bmsus2, it will 
-x--0--2----2----2--    sound great.
-x--x--2----2----3--

Then the D to Dsus4 is simply strumming, listen to the record (I know... but it
 is the best way to get it all!)

Verse 1:
D      G
D      G

D      G

Bm     A
Bm     G      A      A
  
Chorus:
G      D
G      D
G      D
  
A      A

Intro is played here: (play pair of rhythms twice, but no D/Dsus4)
  D Asus2 Bm-sus2 G
  D Asus2 Bm-sus2 G
  D Asus2 Bm-sus2 G  
  D Asus2 Bm-sus2 G

Verse 2: (Played exactly the same as Verse 1, see above)

Chorus (Same as above)

Chorus (Same as above)

Bridge: (Cliff has no part here... Derek's part is the only one 
         being played; it is below)


Chorus (Same as above)

Chorus (Same as above)

Intro is played here: (play pair of rhythms twice, but no D/Dsus4)
  D Asus2 Bm-sus2 G
  D Asus2 Bm-sus2 G
  D Asus2 Bm-sus2 G  
  D Asus2 Bm-sus2 G

------------------
Derek: Clean guitar, played over Cliff

Intro: (These are weird chords, I have tabbed them out below.  It took
          me a good 5 minutes to even figure out a theoretical name for
           them, which are, btw, correct!)

  E Esus2  Aug-G#m-sus4 A9
  E Esus2  Aug-G#m-sus4 A9
  E Esus2  Aug-G#m-sus4 A9
  E Esus2  Aug-G#m-sus4 A9
  E             Esus4

Verse:
  E   Asus2
  E   Asus2
  E   Asus2
  C#m  B
  C#m  Asus2  B  B

(*Note on verse*: because E and Asus2 are both played on so many open 
 strings, you can get a clearer sound if right as you change chords, 
 you use your (free) pinky finger to mute the strings, almost as if you
 were using the finger as a bar.  E-mail me if you are lost on this.)

Chorus:
  Asus2  E
  Asus2  E
  Asus2  E
  B   B

Bridge:
  C#sus2  Bsus2

(*Note on bridge*: This pair is played 8 times underneath Cliff's vocals.  
  To play it as on the record, pick through the chords, do not strum them.
  A pattern focused on the high 4 strings will serve you best.  The 7th 
  and 8th times, quickly strumming the high 4 right as you change, then 
  continuing to pick them will sound best.  If you have questions on this, 
  let me know.  That's what I'm here for :-) )

The pattern is exactly the same as Cliff's

------------------
Chord Signatures:
------------------
Cliff: (all given relative to capo) 

E|-3---0---2----3-----2---           
B|-3---0---3----3-----2---           
G|-0---2---2----2-----4---           
D|-0---2---0----0-----4---           
A|-2---0---x----x-----2---           
e|-3---x---x----x-----2---           

   G Asus2 D  Dsus4 Bm-sus2               

----
Derek (clean)

E|-0---2---2---0----0----4------4------0--------0---
B|-0---4---2---0----0----5------4------0--------0---
G|-2---4---4---1----2----6------6------4--------6---
D|-2---4---4---2----2----6------6------4--------6---
A|-0---2---4---2----2----4------4------2--------4---
e|-x---x---4---0----0----4------4------0--------0---

 Asus2 B Bsus2 E  Esus4  C#m C#sus2  Esus2  Aug-G#m-s


5. Forget what you know


Intro:
  (Derek only; Cliff does not play)

Verse 1:
--------
   hE  hAsus2           C#m  A
  My friend why do you whip yourself
   hE       hAsus2  C#m  A
  With the leather of your life
   hE          hAsus2         C#m 
  Why do your memories build like
   A       hE   hAsus2  C#m  A
  Poison in your mind
   
Bridge 1:
---------
   C#m                   A         A   B    C#m
  You're re-running the mistakes  (of your mind)
   C#m               A    E
  In the theater of your mind
   C#m                  A
  Hoping that there'll be
     F#m                 D
  A happily ever after this time

Chrous 1:
---------
   E  open-A
  Let go
   E  open-A   
  Let go
   E  open-A
  Let go
   E   open-A
  And forget what you know

Verse 2: (Same as Verse 1)
--------

  You fear you've walked too far
  In the hemlock forest and you are lost
  But what error could you invent
  With more power than the cross

Chorus 2:
---------
   E  open-A
  Let go
   open-B      open-A
  Your sin is not an axe
   E
  Let go
   open-A            open-B  open-A
  That can fell the sacred tree
   E  open-A
  Let go
   open-B               open-A
  Your regret is not a net
   E
  Let go
   open-A              open-B     open-A
  That can dredge the forgetting sea

(Solo) Play verse chords over it: hE  hAsus2  C#m  A

Bridge 2: (Same as Bridge 1 above)
--------
  A wise man once told me
  When I was dying just the same
  The past can be like sidewalk chalk
  If you will dance and pray for rain

Chorus 3:
---------
  Play Chorus 1, then Chorus 2 until out...


Play verse riff and then stop as Derek, then cajon drums lead out.
-----------------

Derek: (Capo 2 --> His part is in D)
------

Intro: This is _fast_ and is built around a Dsus2 chord.  Practice,
  practice, practice... it is played through all the verses also.

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

This is repeated about a million times, i didn't even try to count.
It doesn't change until the bridge

Verse 1:
--------
  Play intro riff

Bridge: (These changes are along with Cliff's... finally, an easy part!)
-------
  Bm  G  (G A Bm)
  Bm  G  D
  Bm  G  Em  C

Chorus 1: (Changes at same time with Cliff)
---------
  D  G
  D  G
  D  G
  D  G

Verse 2:
--------
  Go back to playing intro riff

Chorus 2: (Changes at same time as Cliff's)
---------
  D  G
  A  G
  D  G
  A  G

(Solo)

Bridge 2 (Same as Bridge 1, see above)

Chorus 2: (Same changes as Cliff's)
---------
Play Chorus 1, then Chorus 2 through

Outro:
------
Intro riff over cajon drums, end on strummed Dsus2 chord

------------------
Chord Signatures:
------------------
Cliff: (clean)

E|-0----0-----4----5---0---2---2---0-----0--
B|-0----0-----5----5---0---2---3---0-----0--
G|-0h1--0h2---6----6---1---2---2---6-----8--
D|-0h2--0h2---6----7---2---4---0---7-----9--
A|-0h2--0-----4----7---2---4---x---7-----9--
e|-0----x-----x----5---0---2---x---0-----0--

   hE hAsus2 C#m   A   E  F#m  D open-A open-B

----
Derek (all given relative to capo)

E|-2---3---0---0----2--
B|-3---3---2---0----3--
G|-4---0---2---0----2--
D|-4---0---2---2----0--
A|-2---2---0---2----x--
e|-x---3---x---0----x--

   Bm  G   A   Em   D



6. Not Enough


G       320033
D       x00232
Em      022000
Am      x02210
A2      x02200
C       x32010
Dsus    x00233
Bm4/A   x04430
Bm7/A   x04435
C2      x32030


Guitar: Capo 4th fret


-Intro-
G D Em G D Am A2(2x)


-Verse 1-
G       Am      C      D   Am
I mount up with waxen wings,
C       G
High to reach the sun.
     Am     C       D   Am
And I am no further than,
C           G
Than when I first begun.
     Em      G        D
So I build a mount of Athos
              Em    G          D
To shape your form against the sky;
     Em G    D
With my home in your hands
   Em       G          D
To show all the people why,
   Em       G          D
To show all the people why.


Dsus
                                        
-Chorus-
G              D
Everything I do,
Em                     C2
It's not enough for you.
G              D
Everything I do,
Em              C2                      G
It's not enough, it's not enough for you.


D Em G D Am A2 Am Bm4 Bm7/A Bm4/A Am A2 Am Bm4/A Bm7/A Bm4/A


-Verse 2-
       Am     C      D
In the garden of my pride,
    Am    C      G                                
The lamented lime tree.
    Am     C            D                               
Too stupid to cry for rain;
Am        C          G                                
fruitless and choked out by weeds.
     Em      G       D
So I write a book of life,
              Em     G     D
Using the best words I can find.
         Em        G          D
For some struggler to snuggle up
         Em      G       D
When the world becomes unkind.
         Em      G       D
When the world becomes unkind.


-Chorus-
G              D
Everything I do,
Em                     C2
It's not enough for you.
G              D
Everything I do,
Em              C2                      G
It's not enough, it's not enough for you.


D Em G D Am A2 Am Bm4 Bm7/A Bm4/A Am A2 Am Bm4/A Bm7/A Bm4/A


Am A2 Am Bm4/A Bm7/A Bm4/A Am A2 Am Bm4/A Bm7/A Bm4/A(4x)


-Bridge-
  G                      D
I find direction in east-bound clouds,
    Em                     C2
And long for what they have.
    G               D
But when I step into its midst,
       Em                   C2
Its substance I cannot grasp.
     G                  D
So I paint a portrait of you
             Em             C2
As if you had human disguise;
     G                D 
With oil and canvas to be clay,
   Em                C2
To open up their eyes,
         G                D
Like you opened up my eyes.


-Chorus-
G              D
Everything I do,
Em                     C2
It's not enough for you.
G              D
Everything I do,
Em              C2                      
It's not enough, it's not enough for you.
G              D
Everything I do,
Em                     C2
It's not enough for you.
G              D
Everything I do,
Em              C2                      G
It's not enough, it's not enough for you.                        


D Em G D C2



7. All I Know


Intro:
G Am7 C D
G Am7 C D

(NOTE: If you are really ambitious, you can pick through these.  I have tabbed 
out a pretty nice way to go about it.  It is really fast, so it will take some
practice, and mail me if you ahve questions)

----------------------------------------
------3---------1------1p0h1--------3---
------------------------------2---------
--------------------------------0-0-----
---------3p0-h3---0h3-------------------
-3-3------------------------------------

 ---G--- ---Am7-- ----C----- ----D---- 

----------------------------------------------
-------3-----------1------1p0h1-----------3---
--------------------------------2-------------
----------------------------------0-(4)-0-----
---------0h3p0-h3-----0h3---------------------
-0-0h3----------------------------------------

 ---G--- ---Am7-- ----C----- ----D----


Verse:
   G        Am7            C            D
  Spit and the clay, when washed away
   G   Am7   C       D
  Gave the blind man sight
   G   Am7   C       D         Em    
  New eyes couldn't comprehend the sun
   D                       C   
  That by light ended the night

Bridge:
   D                     C
  Shackled in blindness since his birth
   D                     C              D
  Whose sin, was it him, what's it all worth


Interlude:
  G Am7 C D   }  This time, these are just strummed, not
  G Am7 C D   }     picked as earlier.


Verse:
   G        Am7  C    D          
  Now with eyes wide open they
   G           Am7
  interrogate him
   C            D
  Saying who is he
   G      Am7          C           D
  Do you believe what that man is saying
   Em    D          C
  Who do you say is he


Chorus:
   G    Cadd9 
  All I know
   D        Cadd9     G
  Is I was blind, he said
   C9       D   Cadd9
  And now I see
   G Cadd9 D Cadd9  G   Cadd9  D  Cadd9
  All I know is he healed me


Verse:
   G   Am7    C    D       
  I sit here today
   G   Am7         C          D  
  So I say that I believe in him
   G   Am7         C          D        Em
  Yet I cannot fathom the wind-like way
   D                 C
  That's made me new again


Bridge:
   D                     C
  Shackled in blindness since my birth
   D                C                  D
  Whose sin, was it me, what's it all worth.


Chorus: (Same as above)
  All I know
  Is I was blind, he said
  And now I see
  All I know is he healed me


Verse:
   G   Am7      C   D       
  Now new from the womb
   G   D                   (<-- Note the change from Am7 to D!)
  They interrogate me
   C            D
  Saying who is he
   G     Am7      C         D             Em
  Do you believe what that book is saying
   C                    D
  How gullible can you be


Bridge 2:
   D                 D
  Darwin my tend to disagree
   D
  I don't know
   D                 D
  Marx is writing a drug I need
   D
  Still I don't know
   D                 D
  Freud analyzes in my head
   D                 C
  Nietzsche's saying God is dead
  
  But I'm saying


Chorus: (Same as above)
  All I know
  Is I was blind, he said
  And now I see
  All I know is he healed me

Chorus: (Same as above)
  All I know
  Is I was blind, he said
  And now I see
  All I know is he healed me

Outro:
  G Am7 C  D    }  Go back to picking through these
  G Am7 C  D    }

   G            Am7   C     D
  Spit and the clay, when washed away
   G        Am7   C        D
  Gave the blind man sight


------------------
Chord Signatures:
------------------

Cliff: (all given relative to capo) 

E|-3---0---0----3-----2---0--- 
B|-3---1---1----3-----3---0---           
G|-0---0---0----0-----2---0---           
D|-0---2---2----2-----0---2---           
A|-2---0---3----3-----x---2---           
e|-3---x--(3)---x-----x---0---           

   G  Am7  C  Cadd9   D   Em



8. There's A Stirring


Cliff: (Capo 2, all chords relative to capo)

Intro:
  (Alt. Tuned guitar)

Verse:
   G                  G
  There's a stirring deep within me
   G              G
  Could it be my time has come
   G               G
  When I'll se my gracious Savior
   G                 G
  Face to face when all is done
   G                G
  Is that His voice I am hearing  
   G            G
  Come away my precious one


Bridge:
   C     D       G    G
  Is He calling me?
   C     D       G    G   G   G
  Is He calling me?


Chorus:
   G           D
  I will rise up
   Em  C
  Rise up
   G       C
  And bow down
   G          C
  And lay my crown
   G      D       C
  at His wounded feet

Interlude:
  Strum G

-------
 And then the entire song is repeated.  I know it looks easy; it 
  is!  If you just strum cleanly, and throw in a little picking on
  the high strings, this song is really nice.  It's as easy as that!

------------------
Chord Signatures:
------------------
Cliff: (all given relative to capo) 

E|-3---0---2---0---
B|-3---1---3---0---
G|-0---0---2---0---
D|-0---2---0---2---
A|-2---3---x---2---
e|-3--(3)--x---0---

   G   C   D   Em

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


9. Jar Of Clay


Intro:
  Em  G  Asus2  C
  Em  G  Asus2  C

  *NOTE: many of you are going "What!", because this intro is just chords,
  and obviously the recorded version is all picking.  Have no fear; the tab
  is here: :)
   
  -----0----------3----------0----------0------
  -------0----------3----------0----------1----
  -----------0----------0----------0--------0--
  ---------------------------------------------
  ------------------------0----------3---------
  --0----------3-------------------------------
 
  ---- Em ---- ---- G --- - Asus2 -- --- C ----
 
  This entire sequence is repeated over and over... the key is to be 
  *very* clean; it is easy to pick a string and accidently mute it.
  Practice, practice, practice!

Verse:
  *NOTE: The chords are not played here; they are picked, exactly as
    in the intro.  Use the same pattern and be consistent; it will help.*
  
    Em       G
  You have made me
    Asus2       C
  As a jar of clay
    Em       G
  And I may be hard pressed
    Asus2           C
  But I am not dismayed

   *NOTE: At this point, the chords are somewhat strummed.  Pick the bass
      note, then strum the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd strings (the 3 high ones).
      You will pick this up on the record, listen to it.*

    Em                G
  Begotten from the dust
    Asus2    C 
  I am dirty
    Em                     G
  And of these waters of life
    Asus2      C
  I'm so unworthy

  *Strum C here for 2 measures*

Chorus:
   G   G
  My ability
   Em           C    D 
  Won't get me very far
   G      G
  But my fragility
   Em                C       D
  Is a testimony to who you are

Bridge:
    C  
  Mold me, make me
    C-up  (See tab at bottom for this chord)
  hold me,
    C
  break me,
    C-up
  hold me

Chorus (Same as above)

(Solo)  *NOTE: Over the solo, just play the same intro pick pattern.*

Verse (Same as above)
        *NOTE: This time, the verse stays the same, but pick the chords
           throughout, instead of changing to strumming the second half.
           This will make sense when you listen to the record.*

Chorus

Bridge

Chorus

Chorus

Bridge
    
    C
  You are the potter,
    C-up
  I am the clay

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

I know I kept repeating "Bridge" and "Chorus", but the song is the same
3 parts over and over, the main Em-G-Asus2-C thing, the chorus of
G-Em-C-D twice, and the C-'C-up' thing over the bridge.  That's it!

Derek's part over the verse is almost impossible to get in one sitting,
so we have yet to totally tab it out.  His solo will also come later, as
more people want the chords to the entire CD than the solo to one song.
I'll get to work on that stuff soon, though, I promise!  But, if you do
have a second guitarist, adding his part over the chorus will really add
to the song.  Here it is:

Chorus:
   G   G
  My ability
   Em*          C*   D* 
  Won't get me very far
   G      G
  But my fragility
   Em*               C*      D*
  Is a testimony to who you are

His chords are all different forms of Cliff's, and are listed below.  All
the changes are at the same time.  Again (yup, I know you are sick of 
reading this!) it is very clear if you play over the record.

------------------
Chord Signatures:
------------------
Cliff: 

E|-3---0---2---0----0--
B|-3---1---3---0----3--
G|-0---0---2---0----0--
D|-0---2---0---2----4--
A|-2---3---x---2----5--
e|-3--(3)--x---0---(5)-

   G   C   D   Em  C-up
                     ^
                     You should note this is simply sliding the entire
                         C chord up a whole tone (2 frets), leaving the
                         open strings open.  (Thus my name, C-up.  It
                         is really like a harmonic D or something)
--------------------
Derek: 

E|-3---8---10---7--
B|-3---8---10---8--
G|-0---0----0---0--
D|-0---0----0---x--
A|-2---7----9---7--
e|-3---8---10---0--

   G   C*  D*  Em*
                ^
                You should let you finger holding the 5th string drag,
                    muting out the 4th string.  Try it, it isn't too hard.

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



10. Coming Home


Em         022000
D          x00232
C2         x32033
G          320033
C          332010
D2(add4)   554030
Am2        077500


-Intro-
Em D C2 G D C2 Em D C2


-Verse 1-
G                  D               C2
You say you want a living sacrifice
                          C
Well I am a burnt offering
                 D 
Crawling off the alter and
C2
Back in to the fire
G                 D
And with my smoke-filled lungs
     C2
I cry out for freedom
G                 D 
While locking and chaining myself
C2
To my rotting desires


-Prechorus 1-
D2(add4)   C         D2(add4)
AND I HATE THE STENCH,
      C  
BUT I SWALLOW THE KEY.
D2(add4)   C                   D2(add4) C
AND WITH IT STUCK IN MY THROAT, CAN YOU HEAR ME?
(C)
CAN YOU HEAR ME


-Chorus-
G          D               C2
I'M COMIN' HOME, I'M COMIN' HOME
Em         D               C2
I'M COMIN' HOME, I'M COMIN' HOME, BUT I'M STILL A LONG WAY OFF


G D C2


-Verse 2-
G    D                    C2
I am shelled-shocked, and I have walked
Through the trenches full of tears
G                   D
With the mortars of memory
  C2
Exploding in my burning ears


-Prechorus 2-
D2(add4)              C          D2(add4)
You stripped the trees of Lebanon
               C
And now you're stripping me
D2(add4)       C
Of the bark of false morality
D2(add4)        C
And the bite of selfish greed
(C)
Can you hear me?


-Chorus-
G          D               C2
I'M COMIN' HOME, I'M COMIN' HOME
Em         D               C2
I'M COMIN' HOME, I'M COMIN' HOME, BUT I'M STILL A LONG WAY OFF


-Bridge-
Am2         Em     Am2            Em 
WILL YOU RUN TO ME?  WILL YOU COME TO ME?
D
WILL YOU MEET ME, WILL YOU GREET ME,
WILL YOU DRAG ME HOME 'CAUSE I'M STILL A LONG WAY OFF


-Guitar Solo-
G D C2 Em D C2(2X)


-Chorus-
G          D               C2
I'M COMIN' HOME, I'M COMIN' HOME
Em         D               C2
I'M COMIN' HOME, I'M COMIN' HOME


-Chorus-
G          D               C2
I'M COMIN' HOME, I'M COMIN' HOME
Em         D               C2
I'M COMIN' HOME, I'M COMIN' HOME


-Chorus-
G          D               C2
I'M COMIN' HOME, I'M COMIN' HOME
Em         D               C2
I'M COMIN' HOME, I'M COMIN' HOME



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