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#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.#
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From: rwiltshi@csc.com
Date: Fri, 26 Jun 1998 23:54:19 -0400
Subject: s/swimming_emmet/listen_to_the_river.crd

"Living Room" (From the "Arlington to Boston" Album)
by: Emmet Swimming
Tabbed by: Eric Wiltshire and Tom Gallo

Verse:
E           F#           A
Gave up trying, you've been seen lying around
               C#        B
Hoping someone would, tell you where to go
E               F#          A
You swing your partner, God's your partner now
                         C#         B
And you just dipped him on the floor


Bridge:
A             C#
If you see me going by
A                B
Then you've seen me going by


Chorus 1:
A      B
I thought life meant you were living
C#        B
I thought death meant you were dying
A     B
Now I sit around and I stare
E                     A       A
How dare call this a living room.........my living room


Verse:
E           F#            A
Gave up caring, you've been seen staring out
             C#          B
Did you expect the, paneling to glow
E                  F#               A
You're looking for a savior, to take things over now
                  C#          B
Seems you don't want to try


Bridge:
A             C#
If you see me going by
A                B
Then you've seen me going by


Chorus 2:
A      B
I thought life meant you were living
C#        B
I thought death meant you were dying
A     B
Now I sit around and I stare
E
How dare call this a living room
A      B
I thought time would always be there
C#        B
I thought my life might go somewhere
A     B
Now I sit around it's a big dispair
E
How dare call this a living room


Bridge:
A    C#   A    B (chords for the solo before vocals)
(softer)
A             C#
If you see me going by
A                B  (louder)
Then you've seen me going by

Repeat Chorus #2: (Then pick up ending)

Ending:
A            B
I'm sending you a post card
C#             B
Yeah I'm sending you a postcard
A         B            E    A    B
I stare in my living room


The only suggestion I have is to play along and listen to the song in order

to get the strumming patterns and to pick up certain dynamics that are
important to the song. The song is easy to learn after listening to it for
A while.
Have fun and enjoy!
Suggestions email: wiltshet@jmu.edu
"I always wanted to be somebody, but I should have been more specific."
     --Lily Tomlin
(Thanks for your help on this one Tom)
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